Tech Wizard Showdown is LEGO set 72004-1. It has a score of 86. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 0 reviews, based on 4 scored reviews and 7 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 29.12% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2018, and it is categorised in Nexo Knights.
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I purchased this set a while ago and I love it. It is very sturdy, has a lot of play value, and looks really good. However, there are some minor issues: 1. The mech's legs are too short for its body. The only problem this raises is the fact that you cannot pose it very well. 2. The set includes no shoulder pads for Clay. This is just a minor issue, but I thought that you should know that before buying this. 3. The giant sword is placed at an awkward angle. This is also a posability issue. That said, I think that you should buy this set for someone ages 7-14. A younger child would have trouble with it.
My son received this set as a birthday gift. He was super excited about it and could not wait to put it together. He was very happy to finally have Monstrox. It makes a great addition to his other Lego Nexo sets.
This was a fun build: I was surprised by the techniques used occasionally, and there are a number of features in common with those used by some of the great mech builders, whose models can be found online. I loved the idea of the mech in the mech, and the printed holograms, as well as the mini figures are bold in their colour schemes. While the overall appearance of the mech is rather squat, with the knees perpetually bent, it is quite stable.
It's a solid set for $39.99. $29.99 would have been really nice (Like the King's Mech), but I understand the pricing due to the extra Battle Suit inclusion. Does it have its problems? Certainly. The sizing is the one major problem, making it look like a dwarf with its large torso and short legs. Is it a solid parts pack? Most definitely. Would I pick it up again? For sure. Despite the problems, it's a solid mech, and the Battle Suit really blends in well (the helmet that covers it is a sweet build as well).
All finished, this is a meaty set. The mecha doesn't fail to live up to my high expectations and the secondary builds are a lot of fun too. Honestly, I can't recommend this set enough.