Pteranodon Chase is LEGO set 75926-1. It has a score of 69. This is bad compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 0 reviews, based on 8 scored reviews and 10 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 11.53% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2018, and it is categorised in Jurassic World.
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When I opened the box of the LEGO Jurassic World Pteranodon, I was a little concerned with the great number of very small pieces. There are three bags and one box of parts. This is a toy adventure for someone who can follow picture directions and has some patience. I would have loved this as a kid and I'm sure in a couple of years the grandkids will too. This is definitely no for kids who still put things in their mouth. The thing about this set that impressed me the most was the directions. There is a simple set of picture directions, on each open page of the booklet. It breaks it down so clearly that even a 6 year old should be able to do it. I have never been more impressed with any directions for anything, as I am with these. This is going to be hours of fun for my grandson with perhaps a little help from me.
Fun set my son wishes the net would go further. For the price I wish it came with another dinosaur. The net part is fun.
The Pteranodon Chase features a launcher on the jeep that can be loaded and kids can flick fire the net to try and catch the Pteranodon. The Dino egg can be stored inside the truck for safe keeping. Best of all, the dinosaurs are great!
All in all, I think this is a decent set. The jeep is quite nice, and the two minifigures included are good. However, the pteranodon is a little boring IMO, and I would have definitely liked at least one more minifigure. The price is also a bit too high, seeing how small the jeep is and considering that the pteranodon reuses molds. It's okay, but there are better sets.
75926 Pteranodon Chase was reviewed in issue 49 of Blocks Magazine.
So, for what is essentially a recolour of a dinosaur mould going back as far as 2012's Dino range, an odd-looking vehicle and minifigures that aren't exclusive, 75926 Pteranodon Chase is a concoction that doesn't come together to produce a set worthy of its price. There are better Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom LEGO sets available offering more substantial play and value. This one carries most appeal for completists and then for bargain hunters, once reduced.
This set offers the cheapest way to get an Owen Grady minifigure and a cool prehistoric animal, but chances are that, like me, you already have several pterosaurs so if you're planning on buying others in the theme with Owen in you can probably skip this one. The jeep is well made but way over-scale and while that won't bother the target age group, it did me. The net shooter is a nice idea but it doesn't really work as well as you'd want it to.