#60191-1 Arctic Exploration Team has an aggregate score of 82. The average score is between 69.3 - 90.78, making this set average. Based on 6 scored reviews, 8 reviews total.
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The new Arctic sets are outstanding and a must have. The Arctic Exploration set (60191) comes with 3 figures and a husky dog. There are 70 parts in the set, it is a straight forward and easy set to put together. There are new prints and parts in this set and a great starter set for the new Arctic theme. Positive; 3 great new prints for mini figure and dog. there are no stickers. Great price point at under $10.00. Negative; The only issue that I could find was the rear "track" for the snow machine is a Technic pcs and not a track. They are smaller then the front ski's so it looks even smaller. I would recommend using a larger Technic parts or even with small track. So over all this is a fun and great set for all ages it has great parts for replay ability. So I would say a must have. Happy building.
I love the dog in this set it's cool
LEGO fans will love these three fun arctic sets - great separate or together!
All in all, this is a good little set. The minifigures are not bad even though I would have liked one more, and the builds are okay (though a bit plain/simple). Playability is fine – I like the suggested story but it can get a bit old after a while if this is the only LEGO Arctic set you have. The price is perfectly fine too.
I have developed high expectations for CITY Starter Sets over the last several years and 60191 Arctic Exploration Team is definitely a worthy addition to the range. The individual minifigures are all excellent and I think the snowmobile and ice formation epitomise the entire subtheme remarkably effectively, even featuring a tiny insect frozen in the ice. However, the presence of only three minifigures feels disappointing, particularly in relation to previous Starter Sets such as 60171 Mountain Fugitives. The husky is a wonderful alternative to a fourth human character but an additional explorer, perhaps dressed for mountaineering, could probably have been included too. Nevertheless, I would undoubtedly recommend this set to those looking for a flavour of the new Arctic collection.
Even after playing with LEGO for 40 years and writing reviews here on TBB for the past 12 years, I haven't lost that sense of joy from opening a new LEGO set. But it's not often that I'm genuinely surprised. I grabbed 60191 Arctic Exploration Team when I picked up the two sets we reviewed previously, thinking it would be nice to have a few more of the new minifigures — especially the new earmuff hat in another color. I wasn't expecting much from the set, but I'm deeply impressed with the sense of wonder that the LEGO design team have managed to build into such a small set by including the unexpected dragonfly piece.