X-1 Ninja Charger is LEGO set 71737-1. It doesn't have a score so far. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 1 scored review and 6 reviews total. We know this set was released in 2021, and it is categorised in Ninjago.
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it is a good value for your money. it is fun to play with. would recommend.
If you like LEGO sets that look cool when displayed on a shelf, the X-1 Ninja Charger won't disappoint. If you like fun build experiences, collecting cool minifigures, or buying sets with lots of useful parts for your own creations, there's a lot to like here too. If you're a Ninjago fan who missed out on the original, this is a great way to catch up on or grow your collection without having to turn to the secondary market. But if you buy sets to check out the cool play features and to vroom or swoosh them around, I have to recommend you give this set a pass.
A brief look through Kai's vehicles from recent years will demonstrate that the LEGO Group took a while to really perfect the right balance between style and substance. Revisiting a set from six years ago that didn't quite get that balance right was a risk, and one that ultimately – when priced at £44.99 – hasn't paid off for fans.
The LEGO Ninjago Legacy X-1 Ninja Charger (71737) is a decent set with most of the value going towards the minifigures. The only downside is that the minifigures are duplicates from other sets in this 2021 wave. The X-I Ninja Charger itself is a nice upgrade from the 2015 version with some good detailing all around. It doesn't look as bulky now but instead has a more sleeker profile.
I have some seriously mixed feelings about this set. Compared to the source material and original version, the updated X-1 does feel like an interesting change to the design. At $49.99 US for 599 pieces, the price for a part comes in at just over eight cents, which isn't terrible considering it includes five minifigures. The build is straightforward but interesting. There's a good mix of useful parts for those looking to reuse elements in their own creations. But overall, this set left me cold. The play features are either weirdly self-limiting or don't work at all. The minifigure assortment is weak compared to other Legacy sets, with only a single exclusive figure. And, darn it, I liked the classic look of the X-1 better.