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LEGO Creator Vacation Getaways (31052)

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Explore exciting destinations with this awesome camper, complete with trailer, motorboat and an array of brick-built features and accessories. Remove the roof, windshield or rear section to access its detailed interior, complete with toilet, fold up bed, kitchen, sofa and a TV. The set also includes a foldaway barbecue, table and chairs, which can be transported on the camper's roof. This versatile 3-in-1 LEGO® Creator model can be rebuilt to create a summer home or a yacht. Includes 2 minifigures, plus a buildable bear.

The LEGO Creator Vacation Getaways (31052) Features:

  • Includes 2 minifigures, plus a brick-built bear

  • Features a camper, trailer with a motorboat and 2 trees with grass and flowers

  • Camper features a white color scheme with dark-blue and red stripes, yellow striped foldout awning, and a detailed interior including a toilet, fold up bed, kitchen, sofa, TV and luggage

  • Remove the camper roof, windshield or rear section to access the detailed interior

  • Camper with trailer measures over 3 inch (10 centimeter) high, 14 inch (36 centimeter) long and 3 inch (8 centimeter) wide

Features

  • Includes 2 minifigures, plus a brick-built bear
  • Features a camper, trailer with a motorboat and 2 trees with grass and flowers
  • Camper features a white color scheme with dark-blue and red stripes, yellow striped foldout awning, and a detailed interior including a toilet, fold up bed, kitchen, sofa, TV and luggage
  • Remove the camper roof, windshield or rear section to access the detailed interior
  • Camper with trailer measures over 3 inch (10 centimeter) high, 14 inch (36 centimeter) long and 3 inch (8 centimeter) wide

Additional Info

396202

61BF0285

673419246866

6135617

3 pounds

21.2 x 11.1 x 2.3

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Average Customer Rating:

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LEGO Creator Vacation Getaways (31052)
 
4.8

(based on 22 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (19)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 2 Stars

     

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94%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Fun (7)
  • Durable (5)
  • Entertaining (4)
  • Interactive (4)
  • Easy assembly (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Imaginative play (6)
  • Creative development (4)
  • Family (4)
  • Young children (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Collector (3), Working parent (3)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • Yes (5), No (4)

Most Helpful Positive Review

 

31052 Vacation Getaways

31052 Vacation Getaways is a three-in-one Lego Creator set which includes 792 pieces. When opening the sealed box, 9 unnumbered plastic bags (six of which are slightly smaller than the others) fell...Read complete review

31052 Vacation Getaways is a three-in-one Lego Creator set which includes 792 pieces. When opening the sealed box, 9 unnumbered plastic bags (six of which are slightly smaller than the others) fell out, along with a thick instruction book of 276 pages (also in a plastic bag). There are no stickers in this set, which is no surprise, since the bricks and pieces are supposed to be reused to build three different structures and two minifigures. The minifigures are a woman and a boy, quite possibly a mother and a son. The smiling freckle-faced boy is wearing a dark blue cap and he has short legs which are sand yellow. His torso is a combination of a red jacket over a dark red shirt and the back has a large logo printed on it. The torso is from the Deep Sea Exploration line and has appeared in 4 sets before this. The smiling woman's dark brown hair is on a ponytail, she's sporting earth blue legs, and wearing a green jacket with a belt over a lighter green shirt. There is a necklace printed on the torso as well. This particular torso has been included in 7 sets since 2015 including this one. Much to my chagrin, I noticed that neither of the minifigures have dual-sided heads. There are a few items that are, so far, unique to this set, for example the two medium blue inverted 2x2 tiles (element ID 6133855), the twelve sand blue 1x2x2 windows (6149585) and the funny looking reddish brown plate with studs on the side (6146301). All are recolors of existing parts. The instruction book indicates that the three builds have different levels of difficulty. The camper / RV is the most difficult build, the summer home is an intermediate one while the yacht is the easiest - or at least quickest - of the builds. I decided to start with the quickest build, then move to the medium build and finish my building session with the advanced model. When examining all three builds, I noticed that all of them are sturdy: each can be picked up and played with without bits falling off here and there. The house felt more fragile than the other builds, possibly because of its height or the fact that it is hinged and can open up rather suddenly when tilted, but in reality this was not the case. I thought was a very nice touch that the brand new yellow striped fabric piece was included in all of the builds. None of the three builds were very difficult to complete, in my opinion. I've always thought the technic pieces are the scariest of them all, and sticking the right pins in the right holes gets a bit tedious after a while. Some technic bits and bobs can be tight and have to assembled very carefully, or some function will be inoperable, but my opinion is that this set doesn't incorporate the more difficult building techniques, although the chassis of the camper is full of said scary pieces. There is some repetition, especially when building the camper chassis, but I found that the most repetitive build was the very symmetrical yacht. I will now look at each of the three alternative builds in detail: Catamaran style yacht: This build uses around 450 pieces of the 792 available and is full of neat details such as the radar, antennas, monitor/GPS, beds and chairs on the deck (which can be rotated a little). I especially liked the opening roof section which reveals the beds, it was very cleverly executed. Unfortunately, the woman's hairpiece is so tall that she cannot stand in the cabin unless bent from the waist. However, there are a few random colored 1x4 and 1x6 plates that can be used to build a plate-high ledge underneath the roof so that the figure fits in better. What surprised me is that there is no rail at the stern of the yacht which would prevent the minifigures from falling off the ship. I also wonder why the designers didn't use the yellow lifebuoy anywhere. Cottage/summer home: Such a cute two-storey house, an absolutely brilliant design which uses approximately 470 of the pieces of this set. In terms of height, this cottage is very close to Corner Deli (31050). Also this build features some fantastic details such as the TV-antenna and the brick-built furniture. The yellow car resembles an older Jeep (well, at least in my eyes) and it can fit both minifigures and some luggage easily. The barbecue area is really nice considering the tiny amount of bricks used to build it. The only things I found a bit funny is that there are no stairs going upstairs (for which there is no space anyway) and the lack of a door for the bathroom. As the two outside chairs are assembled quite early in this build, they were in the way when adding more bricks to the house walls, which meant that I just kept knocking them off their pedestals. I liked this build so much that I felt really bad tearing this build down and starting the final one. Camper / RV: The mainly white camper with thin gray, earth blue and red stripes running horizontally on its sides is the main build of this set which means that almost all pieces are needed to complete it. The only exception to this are the two medium stone gray beams with a cross axle (6123815) which, if I remember correctly, are only used in the yacht. The camper is a very cool, huge, and heavy behemoth of a vehicle. I'm guessing it is in the same ballpark with the white truck from Fairground Mixer (10244). I even dug up some of my road plates and it looks like the curved one is really tight for this vehicle, those lanes are going to have to be widened again, soon. I think my favorite bit of this build is the foldout awning and its clever mechanism, but its close competitor is the pullout / slide out section with the striped bed. I also really loved the brick-built foldaway table and chairs. The storage compartment under the bed fits the black camera if the zoom lens is taken off, but I couldn't get the green suitcase to fit in there with those pieces. The trailer and motorboat are nice small builds, but a fishing rod would've been a huge plus. I didn't really like the bear that much when I saw pictures of it, but after actually building it, I've changed my mind: the bear is adorable. The jury is still out on the trees and flowers, even now I feel they are a bit superfluous Although the camper is a formidable build, it also has a few things I didn't like so much: 1) Despite the opening roof and rear section, some parts of the camper are very hard to access. The frying pan, brown suitcase and map are nigh on impossible to be put back from whence they came. 2) A very minor annoyance: the rear overhang of the vehicle means that when putting the foldaway table or the rear roof section in their proper places, the front of the camper will bounce up unless steadied with one hand. 3) The sandwich on the kitchen cupboard is almost impossible to get out without the whole cabinet peeling off too. I tried covering the cabinet top with a 1x2 jumper plate (element ID 15573) which made the sandwich much easier to use in a play (or one could just push the sandwich into its place very lightly and forget about adding extra pieces). 4) I don't like the locking mechanism of the opening rear sections. It tends to stick, at least in my hands, and a couple of times I managed to pull the whole pin out. 5) I also don't like the detachable cockpit/windscreen, I have no idea where place my fingers when prying it out, and to add insult to injury, I succeeded in pulling a few parts off while doing this. 6) The space in the cockpit is very limited: I noticed that the boy won't fit in with his cap visor pointing forward, if he's attached to the studs on the blue front seat. 7) No door for the toilet. No space for one, either. I thoroughly enjoyed this set, and I guarantee that completing all three builds will result in hours and hours of entertainment (bear in mind that I'm not even counting in the hours of actual playing with the builds). A definite must-have for both camper and Creator fans! ps. I have a tip for those who have already built the yacht and are now trying to disassemble it. I noticed that the blue cross axle/pin contraption (element ID 4206482) is extremely hard to pull off when attached to the medium stone gray angle connector element (4211550). It is impossible to use the brick separator to pull the pin out because of the structure of the said angle element. I tried to use pliers, but was afraid I would bend the pin, so in desperation I stuffed one of the gray 6 long bars with the stop ring (6081975) inside the pin and lo and behold, off it came. Desperate times need desperate measures, I guess...

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Most Helpful Critical Review

 

What was and what could have been

This is one of those sets that could have been very good, but ended up being disappointing, mostly from a value perspective. I thought I'd treat the kids one weekend with a lego...Read complete review

This is one of those sets that could have been very good, but ended up being disappointing, mostly from a value perspective. I thought I'd treat the kids one weekend with a lego day and gave my sons the 60117 Lego caravan and car (which one of them really wanted), and the 60057 Campervan which I'd had in the cupboard for many months. For my daughter and myself I picked up the Vacation Getaways box .. a fun trio of travelling sets. My sons loved the City sets, they were fun to build, showed neat building techniques and looked great. My daughter and I built up the creator Getaway RV kit. Cutting to the chase for the low scores .. The RV, although being a good build, is let down by the sloppy and basic/poorly designed boat, tree's and I have to say the bear. Sure everyone else loves the bear, but it seems more like making up a Mixel then a neat animal. While city sets are easy and fun to play with, the RV seems like a missed opportunity in many ways. The worst part though is the price. Sorry Lego but 'whoa' this one is crazy expensive. You can buy 4 (or 5) city sets like the caravan and campervan in comparison, and is this set 4 to 5 times as big / good / encumbered with pieces ? Sadly, it's not. From a family values PoV this one falls flat. I do really like the RV and my daughter, sons and I have great fun playing out camping stories with all three sets, but it just falls flat on value for money. Most other Creator sets like the Detectives Office was awesome, showed skill and rewarded your purchase with endless bags of parts. Likewise City sets are excellent value and great fun to build and play with. As an 'in the middle' set this just needed something else to make it shine.

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3.0

It is a ok product

By asher the worker

from yonkers, NY

About Me Working Parent

Pros

  • Fun
  • Realistic

Cons

  • Difficult To Assemble

Best Uses

  • Creative Development

Comments about LEGO Creator Vacation Getaways (31052):

It was hard to build but i did it!

  • Was this a gift?:
  • Yes

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5.0

This set is so amazing

By Vicki Helman- Jones

from Waynesboro PA

About Me Collector, Parent Of Two Or More Children, Working Parent

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy Assembly
  • Entertaining
  • Fun
  • Great Value
  • Interactive
  • Realistic

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Creative Development
    • Family Time
    • Group Activity
    • Imaginative Play
    • Indoor

    Comments about LEGO Creator Vacation Getaways (31052):

    So many fun pieces to build an amazing camp site

    • Was this a gift?:
    • Yes

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    5.0

    One of my favourite models!

    By Nekki

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about LEGO Creator Vacation Getaways (31052):

    This model was so fun to build! If you like taking apart models to create different ones, you should buy this. If decide to build the caravan, there's a lot of detail in it. And the extra small bits like; pull-out bed, secret compartment underneath bed, cupboards - makes it really fun to play with. I'd recommend this for builders under 14 years of age. They'll get a big kick out of building this and playing with it. The price is definitely worth it because it's model that you can rebuild into 2 other different cool models that are also fun to play with.

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    5.0

    For a Lego collector

    By null

    from undisclosed

    Verified Buyer

    Comments about LEGO Creator Vacation Getaways (31052):

    This will be given as a gift.

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    5.0

    Three In One

    By Indy

    from Australia

    About Me Grandparent

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Durable
    • Easy Assembly
    • Entertaining
    • Fun
    • Great Value
    • Interactive

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Creative Development
      • Family Time
      • Imaginative Play
      • Indoor
      • Outdoor
      • Young Children

      Comments about LEGO Creator Vacation Getaways (31052):

      I like the three in one set value for money and just right for my Grandson and his Dad to put together .Hours of fun and it looks just like his Daddy's RV this set will have many adventures.
      As always my go to store for my Family now living in Rochester MI.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

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      5.0

      I always buy Legos!

      By null

      from undisclosed

      See all my reviews

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      Comments about LEGO Creator Vacation Getaways (31052):

      My grandson only wants Legos for all the holidays. I'm no expert, I just try to give my grand children what they ask for.

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      5.0

      good choice for a boy.

      By huizhu

      from undisclosed

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      Comments about LEGO Creator Vacation Getaways (31052):

      good choice for a boy.

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      5.0

      Great as usual

      By null

      from undisclosed

      Verified Buyer

      Comments about LEGO Creator Vacation Getaways (31052):

      It's Lego, what can I say?

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      5.0

      Always the best

      By Desgar88

      from Miami

      About Me Collector

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Entertaining
      • Fun
      • Interactive

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Creative Development
        • Family Time
        • Imaginative Play
        • Young Children

        Comments about LEGO Creator Vacation Getaways (31052):

        Like all sets of lego, the product is excellent. This set is particularly versatile to be able to perform several scenarios. I am very happy with the purchase of this product

        • Was this a gift?:
        • No

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        (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

         
        3.0

        What was and what could have been

        By Sh0ck

        from Undisclosed

        Comments about LEGO Creator Vacation Getaways (31052):

        This is one of those sets that could have been very good, but ended up being disappointing, mostly from a value perspective. I thought I'd treat the kids one weekend with a lego day and gave my sons the 60117 Lego caravan and car (which one of them really wanted), and the 60057 Campervan which I'd had in the cupboard for many months. For my daughter and myself I picked up the Vacation Getaways box .. a fun trio of travelling sets. My sons loved the City sets, they were fun to build, showed neat building techniques and looked great. My daughter and I built up the creator Getaway RV kit. Cutting to the chase for the low scores .. The RV, although being a good build, is let down by the sloppy and basic/poorly designed boat, tree's and I have to say the bear. Sure everyone else loves the bear, but it seems more like making up a Mixel then a neat animal. While city sets are easy and fun to play with, the RV seems like a missed opportunity in many ways. The worst part though is the price. Sorry Lego but 'whoa' this one is crazy expensive. You can buy 4 (or 5) city sets like the caravan and campervan in comparison, and is this set 4 to 5 times as big / good / encumbered with pieces ? Sadly, it's not. From a family values PoV this one falls flat. I do really like the RV and my daughter, sons and I have great fun playing out camping stories with all three sets, but it just falls flat on value for money. Most other Creator sets like the Detectives Office was awesome, showed skill and rewarded your purchase with endless bags of parts. Likewise City sets are excellent value and great fun to build and play with. As an 'in the middle' set this just needed something else to make it shine.

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