Jungle Mobile Lab is LEGO set 60160-1. It has a score of 87. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 0 reviews, based on 4 scored reviews and 8 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 28.4% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2017, and it is categorised in City.
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I am thrilled with this set. The vehicle looks very rugged, is well suited for rolling through a dense jungle. The front windshield is well protected from tree branches and rocks by the bars. Ample ground clearance allows it to climb over obstacles with ease. The waterfall and staircase has a couple of fun play-features, a frightening surprise will shock those who try and swing across the river to reach the jewel. The minifigures have some cool looking clothes, with printing on the front and back of their torso. The river could be a bit bigger for the kayak to be placed on. Some rocks in the river for the mobile lab to drive over would have been neat. Overall, I'm happy with this new set and look forward to building my own Jungle for the mobile lab to explore.
The Jungle Mobile Lab is an easy one for me to recommend...and if you act quickly, you might even be able to nab this at a fairly substantial discount!
Me and my seven year old loved this set. Especially the truck, flower, and kayak. The truck has a very good science lab in the back, which is more educational a theme then Lego City cops and robbers.
In my mind, this is a fantastic set packed full of great minifigures, plenty of playability and a striking vehicle which looks fit for purpose. This set is one of the highlights of the theme, offering great value for money.
I don't buy a lot of City sets (I'm a Star Wars guy) so I don't know how this compares to the norm. But it is a fun set with a lotta neat details, and is the cheapest way to get the minifig-eating plant. When all put together, though, it feels a little disparate, with the lab, ruin, and plant almost seeming like different sets collected together for $50.
While I would have gladly paid $50, possibly $55, something about $63 after tax was just a bit big to chew. And then I had to consider: The new colors, in bountiful numbers. The functionality. The new elements, across a wide spectrum. This set has a lot going for it, and I would certainly recommend it. Especially if you can get a lower price.