Cole's Earth Driller is LEGO set 70669-1. It has a score of 92. This is good compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 5 reviews, based on 4 scored reviews and 7 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 8.91% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2019, and it is categorised in Ninjago.
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I love this set so much because it comes with cole, i also like the bigure, gees and the driller itself. I think this is a ultimate upgrade to the old driller but that set is not that bad still. I love cole and his scythe of quakes! i love all of the interesting play features on the driller lie how you can turn the engine and it will activate the drill or you can pull the driller along and it turns the drill. I also like how the bigure looks so much like a regular minifigure it barely looks brickbuilt it almost looks like a mold!!!! Overall this really cool set is amazing because: 1. comes with cole 2. Comes with bigure 3. Has amazing interesting play features I would recommend this to anybody who likes cole or ninjago for people of all ages! this could also be displayed and played with! I love COLE!!!! COLE!!!! COLE!!!! COLE!!!! COLE!!!! COLE!!!! COLE!!!! COLE!!!! COLE!!!! COLE!!!! COLE!!!!
Overall, I think this is another strong addition to the LEGO Ninjago Legacy lineup. Both of the builds are great updates to their original LEGO versions – I especially like the Earth Driller and its interior. The four minifigures included are not bad, and the playability is quite high due to balanced forces and a fun drilling feature. Finally, the price is good too, as both the build size and the piece count seem very fair for the price. Pretty great set overall, would recommend.
I'll admit, I am a little biased here because the original Earth Driller was one of my favorite Ninjago vehicles, so nostalgia factors in. But unlike some of the other Legacy Ninjago sets, this is not a mere recreation with modern pieces, but a vast improvement that pays tribute to both the original set and the vehicle from the show. And the Stone Warrior works well using the brick build design. This set is a worthy way for some to enjoy a classic Ninjago set or for newer fans to get introduced to the design. I would easily recommend this to even a modest fan of the series, although I recognize that it's not perhaps the most affordable set.
I highly recommend this set from the perspectives of both the build experience and the finished set. It looks great and offers huge amounts of playability – a worthy addition to anyone's LEGO NINJAGO collection.