Forest Tractor is LEGO set 60181-1. It has a score of 89. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 0 reviews, based on 4 scored reviews and 6 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 20.5% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2018, and it is categorised in City.
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Put it together for my 3 1/2 Year old who loves lego thanks to his big sister being a prolific Lego builder. Well this tractor was a pleasant surprise. The main vehicle is nice and solid. With few parts to knock off for a little guy. The claws pop off on occasion but he has already figured out how to put them back on.The wheels are very nice and the Tractor does look pretty well sized for a mini figure. The 16$ price for this set is very good. I think one could easily build a trailer if you have a bin of parts at home.
We picked this up along with 60182 Pickup & Caravan (The camper). The two sets just seem to go together very well. I love the build of the tractor especially with the large tires which isn't common with most Lego tractor sets. I prefer the larger sets overall but every once in a while they knock it out of the park with the small sets. The whole new series of City (forrest sets) are a big hit with my kids.
The Forest Tractor brings back a lot of fun memories from my childhood. But, it is also a nicely designed set that I think will be fun for kids to play with. The set also comes at a good value in terms of both cost/brick and build-time. My only real issue with it is that the cab is poorly designed. You have to disassemble the whole thing in order to get a Minifigure to fit inside. Overall, I think this is a good buy, even at full price.
It took us 15 minutes to assemble. The first thing I noticed are its giant rubber tires - this little machine is sturdy and rides well on all surfaces. The poseable arm with opening claw is great to pick up and transport trees and logs.
A minifig-scale Claas Xerion. What's not to like? I can find no fault. It's pretty much the perfect City set: a great-looking model of an interesting vehicle that provides some play value, albeit limited.