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LEGO City 3368: Space Center

by LEGO

Price: £119.82
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  • Includes 4 minifigures: 2 astronauts, an operator and a mechanic
  • Features rocket, control center, launch platform, satellite, countdown clock, vehicle, spacesuit, fuel tank and tool station
  • Fill up the rocket with the fuel tank and pump, activate the elevator to lift the astronauts up to the cockpit, and use the tools to adjust the rocket engines
  • Load the satellite before blastoff
  • Rocket measures over 14” (35cm) tall, Control center measures over 5” (12cm) wide and 2” (5cm) tall, Vehicle measures over 1” (2cm) wide and 2” (5cm) long, Launch platform measures over 10” (25cm) wide, 10” (25cm) long and 11” (27cm) tall
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Technical Details
Item Weight1.3 Kg
Product Dimensions48 x 37.8 x 7 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:6 - 12 years
Item model number3368
Main Language(s)English, English translation
Assembly RequiredNo
Material Type(s)Plastic
  
Additional Information
ASINB0042HOTRW
Best Sellers Rank 36,332 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.9 Kg
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Date First Available2 Oct 2010
  
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This product is subject to specific safety warnings
  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months
  • Warning: Only for domestic use

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Manufacturer's Description

Send the LEGO City space explorers on a mission to Mars!
3...2...1...blastoff! It’s a big day at the LEGO City Space Center and everyone is readying the rocket to launch. Fill up with fuel first and use the mechanic to adjust the rocket’s engines. Activate the elevator to load the astronauts into their cockpit. Then get back to the control center to start the countdown. Make it your mission to send this super crew into space.

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57 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Chris Hall TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 26 April 2011
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The Lego City Space Centre is another new incredibly well designed and detailed addition to the 'Lego City' series. The set is aimed at children between the ages of 6 and 12 years of age. Children younger than six may struggle a little with the instructions and find the lack of interactive elements a little unfulfilling. Youngsters over the age of twelve would also more than likely prefer something a little more challenging (i.e like the popular Technic range). But between this age range the set really is an ideal toy.

The set is basically a space rocket and launch pad, including a small mission control building and a mini service-buggy. Although the Space Centre is relatively minimal in its overall design, there are a number of key details that add that special `Lego' touch. Rotating lights, a movable camera, a fuelling line, a working lift, a flip-down countdown sequence and a mini satellite, are just a few of these excellent details.

The rocket itself is quite impressive, standing at a full 36cm in height. The top compartment of the rocket can be opened out - breaking away to reveal an internal satellite or to show the astronaut piloting the rocket (the included video shows these two options).

The complete set is built up via four separate bags of pieces. It is advised from the outset that the pieces in the bags should not be mixed when putting together the set. There are three instruction manuals that take you through the construction of the set in clear, concise and easy to follow stages. There are not too many overly complex or repetitive stages in the construction of the set, so this stage should be largely a very enjoyable one for most youngsters.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A R Hartley VINE VOICE on 21 July 2011
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Providing a review of a lego product is always going to be a problem. Lego seem to feel these sets are for kids to build but I dont know of a single adult who does't enjoy spending hours building these to the frustration of the child who it was bought for!! Once again this is a really fun item not only in the build but in the playability once constructed. The build instructions are the usual high standard and the quality of the pieces are very good. I suppose the only slight negative with not only this product but any model specific set is the lack of building options as time goes on due to special parts in the set but overall a great product.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By McColey on 16 Aug 2011
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I loved LEGO when I was a child so was quite pleased to find that my own daughters love it too! They had a smaller set before this and really enjoyed building little houses and gardens, but this, well this was to be a whole new challenge for them! My first mini mistake was presenting it to them (aged 5 and 6) and saying "there you go, build that then!" because they proceeded to open the box and all the smaller bags that it contained to make a nice big pile of parts. After a few minutes of face pulling and head scratching they brought the instructions to me and said "It's a bit hard", and at that moment I realised that it had been packaged in several bags for a good reason!!

The instructions are very straight forward and all the parts are presented in bags that relate to each section of the construction, so after our small mistake (and a few harsh words between adults!), we set to work on laying out all the parts and deciding which bag they actually belonged in! It probably added an hour to the construction of our space centre, but after a few hours we had the most amazing, interactive LEGO toy I had ever had the delight to play with (the girls enjoyed it too!). It has now been up and down several times and I am amazed at how easily the girls (for their young ages) are able to throw it together, zoom it around the room for a while, land the rocket in a little pink garden (made from their original set) and pretend to abduct little flower princesses for intergalactic experimentation!! What I think I am trying to say is that this isn't just a hardcore building project for boys, it's interactive, playable and very much appreciated by the girls too!!

I can see our LEGO collection growing in the future!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By maximus TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 16 Jun 2011
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This was great fun to put together, the instructions, as always with lego, were very easy to follow - which was good as this set is so complex (not complicated) that one small mistake would obviously put the whole design off and be very hard to find.

We have a few of these lego city models now and they work well with each other, being similarly themed.
We had some issues with the numbered bags, but not too much bother, but for a moment there we thought we were missing a few things, but as it happens we actually had some things spare - which for some reason was very exciting.

All in all a great fun set
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dr. P. J. A. Wicks VINE VOICE on 5 May 2011
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Completion of Lego space-station 3368

· The instructions were very clear and easy to follow - a 6 year old, 9 year old and 11 year old all had no problems.
· The labelling of each packet was very clear, 1, 2, 3, 4, and they matched the instruction booklet so this was easy to follow.
· The smaller bag inside no.2 was relevant to build no.2 - the children felt this was a waste of packaging as it did not need to be in a separate bag.
· One of the additional packages wasn't numbered and held pieces for no.1 and no.3 which was quite confusing - it would be better if all the parts needed for each build were in the one correctly labelled bag.
· The 6 year old found following the instructions easy but struggled with getting some of the pieces to connect together.
· No.4 structure became rather fragile, as the last pieces were added it had a tendency to collapse. However, once complete the structure was stable.
· The final part of No.4 needed two people to work together as it was quite complex.
· The three children thoroughly enjoyed building the Space Station, and have had lots of fun with it since it has been completed. The moving parts, such as the lift, the opening rocket and the control booth are all great hits.
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