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Doctor Who the Tardis Mini Construction Playset

by Dr Who

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  • Constructable Tardis
  • 60 piece set
  • Articulated eleventh Doctor figure and Amy micro figures
  • No batteries required
  • No batteries required
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Technical Details
Item Weight91 g
Product Dimensions5 x 14 x 20 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:5 - 17 years
Item model number03850
Number of Puzzle Pieces53
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
Material Type(s)Plastic
  
Additional Information
ASINB004W1T8YW
Best Sellers Rank 14,787 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight150 g
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Date First Available11 April 2011
  
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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months

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Build your very own TARDIS and re-create adventures in time and space with the Eleventh Doctor and Amy Pond! The TARDIS, or Time and Relative Dimensions in Space, is the Doctor's vehicle and home that can take him to any place and any time. Remember, its bigger on the inside than the outside! Includes constructible TARDIS, fully articulated Eleventh Doctor and Amy Pond micro-figures.

Product Description

Travel through time with Amy and the Doctor by assembling the Character Building Doctor Who Mini Tardis. Put together this 60 piece kit to create your own miniature version of Doctor Who's famous time-travelling vehicle, complete with opening doors. While it's not really bigger on the inside than the outside, it's definitely big enough to carry the Amy Pond and Doctor micro-figures where they need to go. Suitable for ages 5 and up.

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Rob State on 20 Aug 2011
I bought this for my 4 year old son, who loves watching home made doctor who lego episodes on youtube - but this unfortunately should be avoided. we perservered with making the tardis, but it just would not stay in one piece - the slightest knock and it would fall to pieces - i'd say even looking at it, and there it goes again . . . Sigh!
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mr K on 10 Jun 2011
This is a nice looking little Tardis once built, but looking at is really all it's good for. The doors are really flimsy and I can imagine they'd break with very little encouragement, and that's if you manage to close the doors if you at any point push them inward. You almost have to pull the model apart to close them again, which isn't recommended as it's enough of a pain to attach the doors in the first place.

Make sure you like where you place the model as if you move it you're sure to lose the lantern, it doesn't stay securely on top at all and I would really consider glue for it. Definitely not safe for younger fans to play with.

Something nice to look at on a shelf maybe, but really can't recommend it as a toy.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. Cole on 15 Jan 2012
I was really disappointed with this kit, as I really like the Cybermen / Dalek figures in the range.

The moulding quality of the bricks is terrible - the edges are incredibly sharp and pointy, and could hurt a small child, while there are still mould marks where the bricks have been remove from their production sprues. Some of the design elements are questionable - the base is three 2x6 stud tiles, for example, instead of a more sensible 6x6, while the "roof" brick sits on four 2x4 tiles, when a deeper roof brick would have better. All of these together mean that, when assembled, you can still see the gaps between bricks, in a more obvious way than a Lego kit.

Like other people have said, the doors are fiddly and next to impossible to close without partial disassembly (Which makes the cardboard "TARDIS interior" piece a bit pointless), but a worse problem is that the four "frame" panels around the TARDIS aren't quite the same height as the support pillars, leaving a slight but noticeable gap at the top or bottom.

I haven't had the lantern fall off mine.

The Doctor figure is nice, but Amy just doesn't quite look right (The character design emphasises the lengths of people's faces, which doesn't work for her), and the way her hair has been designed makes moving her head difficult. Oh, and the top of the sonic screwdriver isn't green like in the illustration.

I know I'm probably not the target market, but this could have been a better toy than it ended up being. As it is, if your kids are Who fans, this is probably the best you're going to get; it's just that it feels like the second-best lego-y TARDIS kit, of the one available.
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21 of 26 people found the following review helpful By M. Jackson on 18 May 2011
It was with much anticipation we bought this set (2 of them!) for my two boys age 6&8. They are both well versed in the world of Dr Who and lego. So our expectations were high. Sadly this set was not up to these expectations.
The 11th Dr Figure is probably the highlight of this set, it is a lovely cartoonish replica of the Doctor, captures the doctor well, the Amy figure is also good, but doesn't quite capture real Amy in the same way.
The tardis itself is were the problems start, it is incredibly fiddly to put together. Both of my lad struggled and they are usually pretty good with other similar construction sets, getting the doors on was a particular feat!. When on the doors have no easy way of opening or shutting them. Some of the bricks didn't click together as well as I would expect (such as the lamp on the top of one kit kept popping off!) Since construction, even the smallest amount of play has resulted in the model falling apart (this doesn't happen with usual construction toys). Also since then the flimsy door connectors on one set have broken totally, resulting in me having to do a repair job.
I fear, as with most of the Character Options Doctor Who range now, this has been designed with collectors rather than children in mind. It would happily be built and sit on a collectors shelf, but doesn't have much play strength. Needless to say I wont be buying the other sets.
This is a great idea, but very badly implemented
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Dalek360 on 25 May 2011
I bought this product thinking the box would be bigger than it is, but the set overall is mostly quite small. It's too much money for 60 bricks. The Tardis doors kept falling apart every time I opened them. The roof of the Tardis takes a while to get on. The stikers are fiddly and the Doctor does not have a sonic screwdriver and where's Rory gone? I recommend you buy the Dalek progenitor room first.
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By LORIEUX on 2 July 2014
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The sending was very fast and the product corresponds well to the description. I shall advise(recommend) to a friend.
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By Tracy Webster on 21 May 2014
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It came quickly and was as expected. Thought the structure would be more complicated/more pieces but ideal for younger children.
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By Josh Roberts on 27 April 2014
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I am a huge whovian and absolutely love this product, looks great when made and it is good quality stuff
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