Rex's Rex-treme Offroader! is LEGO set 70826-1. It has a score of 82. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 0 reviews, based on 9 scored reviews and 12 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 48.87% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2019, and it is categorised in The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part.
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so i mostly got this for the dino but then turns out the main build and robo arm builds are really cool robo arm i expect but still. the weird motorized dino was underwhelming it was taking away from the dino in my opinion but other than that the main build was a pleasent suprise
Customer Video Review Length:: 0:49 Mins I'm not going to lie, when I saw that this set had a Velocraptor with a Machine Gun mounted on his back, I had to have it. The set has some other interesting builds, but I mostly wanted the dino. It's pretty awesome.
As a kid, I would have probably wanted this set. If I was a parent, I would probably buy this for my kid. It is a nice, fun design, and it comes with two main movie characters, as well as a raptor. Looking at the price, it is not overly expensive, and it is a good value at the same time. From an adult's point of view, this set is all about the raptor for me. I got the characters in other sets, and I don't really need the Offroader. All the same, I do like this set.
If you like dark blue colour, great selection of parts and a raptor, this set is for you!
The Offroader and Recon Rex-o-saurus can be rebuilt into different mixed creations, allowing for many different whimsical adventures. Stud shooters, buildable weapons and rotating turrets only add to all the fun.
Is it value for money? I am finding it harder and harder to tell these days. But it was fun, relatively simple, and not too quick to build, but not so hard as to take up a night. And the vehicle is immensely Zoomable!
I think this set is okay, but relatively unimpressive. The two minifigures included are alright – this is the cheapest LEGO Movie 2 set that comes with Rex (not counting polybags) – and the build itself looks okay. However, I personally don't find the alternate builds to be that good, and this doesn't really lend itself for play.
Although not a complex build, the buggy part of the build uses some cool elements, which results in an interesting looking set. I like how elements have been used to give the vehicle some unique looking angles. I also like how all the parts you need to build the main model and the alternate builds have all been incorporated into the main build, even though some of those parts aren't necessarily needed on the main build.
At this price, the set is fair value and provides a taste of the Rex Dangervest character. Compared to other sets in the range though, this does not have the most inspired design, so while it is well executed is not as instantly appealing as the imaginative 70829 Emmet and Lucy's Escape Buggy or attractive 70830 Sweet Mayhem's Systar Starship.