Release Year: 2014
Pieces: 326 (with 2 minifigures)
Parts & Minifigures
Unfortunately this set doesn’t bring anything new to the table right now, but it did when it first came out, and still does bring some good parts to have. For instance, you get a nice flame in transparent blue and clear, seen at the end of the main water cannon. This was a new part in 2014, and has now been seen again in 76026: Gorilla Grodd Goes Bananas. There is also a 1×1 plate in yellow with hollow stud, which are very popular in firefighter sets, as they work really well as the end of a fire hose nozzle. Aside from those, there is the jet engine, a nice 3×4 crate in yellow, two very nice windscreens, and plenty of other goodies we find in many sets.
This build is not overly difficult. There aren’t any real specialised elements. The only tricky part for kids may be the sticker application, and the the threading of the house string onto the reel.
Time for a rating! This set gets 9 out of 10 fire hoses. I’d liked to have seen a small ladder in the set as well, but to be honest, I don’t know if airport fire trucks are equipped with them!
The next review will be my second modular, 10218: Pet Shop! The last time I wrote one for a modular, it ended up being very large, so it might be another two post edition.
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