Sweeper & Excavator is LEGO set 60152-1. It has a score of 91. This is good compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 3 scored reviews and 4 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 13.08% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2017, and it is categorised in City.
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I can't be the only one who has noticed lego sets beginning to decline in quality and value for money. Thankfully, this set is an exception. Getting three major parts for $40 (USD) is a pretty good deal, especially considering how universal it can be. The Truck The service truck that comes with the set appears to be based off of the Mercedes-Benz Uniomog, also known as the worlds best multitool. It defends this title very well in the set, having off-road capability, front and rear attaching points, and pickup-style bed that can be converted into a flatbed (just take the sides off) Plus, with some effort, both the minifigs can fit inside. The sweeper The sweeper is a very interesting and useful addition, and helps to add more depth to a city scape. It is relatively simple, able to pivot up, down, left, and right. One downside of it is that because of its width, driving the truck with it attached on roads is pretty hard. The digger The digger is a pretty standard addition, but it improves play value and value for money. Now instead of a set focusing on one thing, you have one with two, a digger, and a sweeper. The digger is simple enough, not incredibly detailed but it does pretty well. One big problem it has is that the arms move in 'notches' instead of a smooth movement, meaning that when you move it up, you have to push for it to suddenly jerk upwards, then come to a stop, which usually spills out anything in the bucket. The trailer Adding even more value for money is the digger's trailer. It has a very simple design, but it does have little walls to keep the digger from rotating, which is a nice touch. Its only real flaw is that the wheels are too wide, because instead of them being under the standard width plates, the wheels are beside them, making the trailer wider than most roads. Overall I would highly recommend this, I did not regret buying it once.
Great Lego set. With a truck, trailer, and tractor in one set there are a lot of ways to play. Legos are expensive, but I feel like this set is a good value. It was too difficult for my 4 year old to complete by himself, but we did it together in a couple building sessions.
Kids will really like building this set and using it to help the LEGO City work crew finish the job, no matter what that job might be. This will inspire a lot of open-ended, narrative-based play, and we think kids will especially enjoy using the pretend jackhammer to take apart some LEGO structures.