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LEGO Atlantis 8060: Typhoon Turbo Sub

by LEGO

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  • Year: 2010
  • Number of parts: 197
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Technical Details
Item Weight381 g
Product Dimensions26.2 x 28.2 x 6.4 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:7 - 14 years
Item model number219177
Number of Puzzle Pieces198
Assembly RequiredYes
Material Type(s)Plastic
  
Additional Information
ASINB002KCNV1G
Best Sellers Rank 70,232 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9 g
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Date First Available31 Dec 2009
  
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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

In the ocean's darkest depths the heroic diver struggles to wrestle the yellow Atlantis treasure key from the mighty Shark Warrior. Hoping to gain the upper hand, the diver fires the sub's hidden missiles--but will they be enough to help him get the key?

Product Description

In the ocean's darkest depths the heroic diver struggles to wrestle the yellow Atlantis treasure key from the mighty Shark Warrior. Hoping to gain the upper hand, the diver fires the sub's hidden missiles - but will they be enough to help him get the key?


• Set includes 2 minifigures: 1 heroic diver and 1 Shark Warrior
• Collectable yellow Atlantis treasure key
• Sub with rotating flip-over propellers to switch from movement to attack/treasure-grabbing mode
• Sub also features torpedo shooter, flick fire missiles, claw to hold treasure key, opening cockpit, and spinning propellers

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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Richard Kelly TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 24 Mar 2010
My six year old boy loves lego and has spent all his hard earned money on LEGO Atlantis products this year. The Typhoon Sub is a nice piece of lego engineering which is fairly simple to build. There are a few technical elements to the building - the front propellers tilt back and the back propeller rotates - but there is nothing that was really beyond his ability. It comes with a Manta Warrior and a standard Lego Atlantis diver, who sits in the sub itself. The sub is quite large, not as big as the LEGO Atlantis 8075 Neptune Carrier but it is still a good sized toy for a six year old to play with.

It's really quite robust when he plays with it as well, although a few bits sometimes fall off but that is part of the fun of lego you can always rebuild/improve the original design. If you give this to a younger child you can fully expect to be building it yourself as some of the bits are fiddly, but not complex.

I wish we had had lego like this 30 years ago!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Mad Gav on 7 Feb 2010
LEGO's new theme is suitably aquatic and the Typhoon is the best of the vehicles I've seen so far (still waiting on the Neptune Carrier).

My 6-year-old was able to build the majority of this model by himself (although the more technical part was beyond him). The instructions are simple and the build itself is uncomplicated.

The ability to rotate the front propellers/impellers is nice (even if I still really dislike the 'flick torpedos') And the model is pretty robust - although still subject to the usual wear and tear during play.

The sharkman seems hopelessly outclassed - but I'm assuming that imbalance will be redressed in other sets.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By J. Marsh on 9 Oct 2010
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My 10 year old son loves it, that's all there is to say really! I'm sure our household has more Lego than the Lego shop. My only gripe is that I do think the themed sets are overpriced, but then it's worth it as my son is constantly playing with it, or adapting it with other Lego pieces that he has. It certainly stimulates his imagination
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By foxy lady on 28 Jan 2014
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Happy son who,has enjoyed building this and playing. It was not too complicated to put together. A good present for a 10year old.
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