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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.
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.
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.