S.O.G. Headquarters is LEGO set 70640-1. It has a score of 80. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 0 reviews, based on 4 scored reviews and 5 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 44.78% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2018, and it is categorised in Ninjago.
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This Dojo training center has a spinning wheel trap, a whirling hammer and spinning blades. The ONI motor bike provides racing fun, and the headquarters even has a bike repair section. Each section is hinged so they can be positioned many ways.
I love the feeling I get when my kids see a new box of Legos. My 14 and 7-year-old sons both love building with them, and my 9 year-old daughter likes to get in on the action. This kit was a hit from the moment it hit our door. Our youngest spent two evenings putting it together -- technology time, which this mother loves. He was able to follow the booklet of instructions with little trouble and has been playing with it ever since. Even better, it's inspired my boys to start creating new worlds with their other zillion Legos. The pieces are detailed, the kids love it, and the instructions made it something even our 7 year old could successfully build. A win, especially for those who love the movie.
This is a really fun set. It's one of those sets that looks even better when it's all put together - I wasn't so sure it was good value for money when I saw the pictures on the box but when it's all built it's definitely worth the money. There are some really good minifigs in the set, the door construction is interesting and the little bike is a great build - it's only a small bike but it's been cleverly designed and looks really good. My boys are fighting over it and wish that more of the sets in this range had those bikes for the baddies to ride! The completed set itself has got a lot of playability, and there are lots of nice little details in the scene that add to this.