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No time to waste! Use your Master Builder skills to help Wyldstyle assemble a two-seater, flaming-fast dragster from the materials she collects. Help Emmet to escape from the Robo SWATs. Rev up the engine to jump over the spike strip road block and speed away. Dodge the Robo Police guns and their 4x4 SWAT car's flick missiles and deadly dynamite. Includes 5 minifigures with assorted weapons and accessories: Emmet, Wyldstyle and 3 Robo SWATs.
Manufacturer #: 6061126
Product Weight:1.5 pounds
Product Dimensions (in inches):15.1 x 10.3 x 2.8
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Comments about The LEGO Movie Super Cycle Chase (70808):
This is by far, the best THE LEGO MOVIE set that I have ever gotten. To start off, I got it last year when THE LEGO MOVIE was in theaters. It was hot off the shelf and I was so excited to have it. I built the SWAT car and the Super Cycle (I nicknamed it the Recycle :) and kept them put together for a long time because they were so playable (in my house LEGO doesn't stay together for long, there's always so many uses for so few pieces). They worked great with my city and they looked good too. First up- the SWAT car. I love it's bulky look and it's "hidden" storage compartment. It was the first vehicle I've gotten that could have two minifigures sitting side by side in the front. It had more than enough room for the guys to ride inside, and it was easy enough to get them in and out. It was pretty sturdy, but the swamp lights on the top of the roof kept getting knocked off. And sometimes, during really high-speed chases, the bumper would fall off. But other than that, it was a sturdy 'car'. I loved the flick missiles! Even though I never used them (sure, I tried them out once or twice, but I'm not a fan of artillery or guns or anything like that), but they were a cool little add-on. And the fact that they were hidden under the running boards was even better! It took me a while to build it, mostly because of the tiny pieces (that's why the set has such a high piece count, it's mostly 1x2 plates and 1x1 plates); it was challenging enough to make it interesting but not so hard that it had me frustrated! It was a really good design and the stickers were enough to make it interesting, but they were subtle enough that they didnâ€™t make it look to flashy. The best thing about the SWAT car was the oversized look and the chunky tires. Those tires really spoke to me. That's why this was my favourite vehicle out of the two that came in the set. Next- the Super Cycle. I love how this thing is orange. You don't see many colourful vehicles in LEGO, and orange is definitely an exception. I think the designers had fun coming up with this one! I'm still not quite sure what it's supposed to be, a motorcycle, or a flying type thing, but whatever it is, it was certainly interesting! I loved the fire coming out of the back! Unfortunately, that's why I took it apart soon after getting it- those flame pieces hit the top of my most used pieces list ;D But on the Super Cycle, they made it look really hot and super fast! I also loved the seating capacity! If you took the red brick off of Emmet's back and arranged things just so, you could fit another friend besides Wyldstyle in- so that made 3! Another thing that I loved about this vehicle was all the sweet stickers. The cherry one and the graffiti ones were my favourites. I think that the designers should have made the blue Wyldstyle's signature blue, and they should have added her signature pink, too, but that's just my preference :) And I loved loved LOVED the back wheel on this thing! The track fastened around the over-sized gear? So awesome! I don't know why, but it was my favourite thing on the Super Cycle! Overall, this was a great vehicle, but I still liked the SWAT car better. Iâ€™m classifying the spike strip with the SWAT car, because itâ€™s obviously for the bad guys. Itâ€™s not big enough to drive over, really, and it kept falling over when I did have it set up. I finally took it apart, and used the track pieces, along with the track pieces from the back â€˜tireâ€™ of the Super Cycle, to build a raider of some sort. But it was a cool little add-on, and the extra track pieces were a bonus. Finally, the awesome minifigures. The Robo-Swats kind of freaked me out, but their outfits were really cool. I just swapped out their robot heads for regular heads and left the grey hands as 'gloves'. The guns were okay, I took the lights off the top and I'm still playing with these guys today. Emmet is awesome. That's what he is- awesome. I love his face, hair-piece, outfit, and everything about him- except for the red brick clipped onto his back. After a couple of days, I took The Piece of Resistance off and never put it on him again, unless he was going to some special award ceremony or something. Wyldstyle was sweet! I love her hairpiece and outfit, but I'm not crazy about her face. I liked her Wild West face better, but at least this face is reversible. Overall, she was ok. Her outfit was a bit over-the-top with the graffiti and all that, and the hood was a bit bulky, but I still liked it. Overall, this was a great set and I loved it. It should have come with the brick separator like the picture showed, and less tiny pieces would have been nice, but still, I'm so glad that I got it. I am still enjoying the pieces and minifigures that it came with and will for many more years to come! SWAT Car: 9 out of 10 Super Cycle: 8 out of 10 Robo-Swats: 5 out of 10 Emmet: 9.5 out of 10 Wyldstyle (or Lucy as I prefer to call her): 9 out of 10
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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One of the Best Movie Sets Released!!!
Out of all the movie sets in the first wave this one is by far one of the best!! The build was quick but enjoyable. The super cycle was the most fun to build, interesting techniques and a decent size. Not exactly like the model in the movie but very close!! Unfortunately Bad Cop isn't in here but we do have Emmet and Wyldstyle!! Very nice minifigures. Decently sturdy and is good for play, and also very nice-looking on display. Iconic scene in the movie. Overall, a fantastic set! If you love the Lego Movie and are collecting the sets this one can't be missed!!
Awesome RoboCop Car
I personally found the RoboCop Car is cooler than the Super Cycle. Four mini-figures in this set are awesome!
I don't know where to start.
This set is simply AMAZING. What do I have to complain about? I played with this every single day when I got it. The minifigures are great, the SWAT van is awesome, and the Super Cycle looks just like the one in the movie. This by far made my top three favorate sets from this line. I love the set. Plus, if you combine Bad Cop's Persuit with this, it becomes even more fun. Overall, I totally think it is worth the $50. I would reccomend this to anyone thinking about buying it.
Great police truck, supercycle lacking
First up the minifigures are GREAT, the police truck is FANTASTIC and the playability is GREAT especially if you've seen the film. Pros: - Playability - Police truck, a fantastic bulky vehicle that children can grab with one hand and play with quite roughly without it breaking - Minifigs, Emmet, Lucy and the robocops look great Cons: - This set is purely for display. The supercycle lacks useful elements. I would recommend this set to everyone who has seen the movie.
Super Cycle Chase
A reenactment of one of my favorite scenes in the LEGO movie, this set is a real beauty. The transformation from movie to real bricks went real well for the Super Cycle and the police truck. The real meat of this set (and all other sets, in my opinion) are the minifigures. This set includes Emmet (the main protagonist of the great LEGO Movie) with a Lego version of the piece of resistance (in the Movie, it was really just a cap for KrazyGlue), Wyldstyle (Emmet's love interest and savior) has a unique hood piece, and three ROBO swat robots (two with a gun, and one for handcuffs). The Super Cycle features a fiery exuast area, unique wheels that don't look like they're supposed to be instruction made (that's how it was in the Movie), and it seats two characters comfortably. The ROBO swat's truck features a removable roof for seating the robots inside, a small drop area in the back for in case they cut ahead the heroes, they could drop some dynamite, and some hidden flick missiles. Also, there's a small tire destroying road block. Can Emmet and Wyldstyle escape from the Super Secret Police and reach safety? Or will the robots succeed in capturing the two heroes? Find out your own conclusion!
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The Awesome Chase
I say I'm maked this is so so so GOOD!!! i like it i going to use this in a stop motion because this is so good!!! :-)
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Quintessential LEGO movie set.
If you only buy one set from the Lego movie lineup, go with this one. Overall a very fun build with an assortment of great pieces (including lots of treads), great minifigures and one of the coolest Police SWAT trucks to grace your collection. The only downside to the bike is the amount of stickers. But I got over it and so can you. I didn't expect I would enjoy the SWAT truck as much as I do, but its just a great vehicle (secret dynamite compartment included). And it has a great weight to it, those be some sturdy studs. Theres not much differentiation between the Robocops, they all look the same to me. Emmet and Wildstyle look great. The price could be better. Oh well. Bought it anyways. Kids will most likely have a great time racing these things around the kitchen floor. If you loved the Lego movie, this is one for your collection.
PROS Easy to build Not fragile Gadgets CONS Pricey Can be broken if dropped, will come apart Instructions a bit confusing
Two cool Vehicles, Plus Figures
By Thomas F
from San Diego, CA
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This is one of those sets that seems really weird as you start to build, and is fun to watch take shape. The vehicles both ride low, but they actually roll very well. The motorcycle is a a fun mix of technic elements and decorations, and what's nice is that the front wheel actually can move a bit to the right or left. It can hold both Wyldstyle and Emmet well, which is impressive as Emmet wears the bulky Piece on his back, and is well-built. The police truck also looks great, though I rate it slightly behind the motorcycle because it's not quite as sturdy. For example, I broke the walls once when I first put on the roof, and two panels on the back sometimes fall off their hinges. It could also use a more interesting interior, but it's nice to have a vehicle that holds two.The roadblock is kind of unnecessary, but it contains really useful pieces, and you get one more robot out of it.
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