LEGO City Arctic Exploration Team 60191
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LEGO City Arctic Exploration Team 60191

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Grab the camera and head to the dig site with the LEGO® City 60191 Arctic Exploration Team! The team has found a cool artifact and need pictures before they bring it back to base. Load up the snowmobile and drive to the ice block. Free the artifact with the saw and store it safely in the snow trailer's storage box. Call the dog before he wanders off, then head back to camp to warm up and figure out what you've found!

Recover a cool artifact from the ice with the Arctic Exploration Team and haul it back to base, featuring a snowmobile, detachable trailer and ice block, plus 3 minifigures and a dog figure.

Includes 3 LEGO® minifigures: an arctic photographer, a snowmobile driver and an explorer, plus a husky dog figure.



Item No: 5702016108798
$16.00
Product Description:

Grab the camera and head to the dig site with the LEGO® City 60191 Arctic Exploration Team! The team has found a cool artifact and need pictures before they bring it back to base. Load up the snowmobile and drive to the ice block. Free the artifact with the saw and store it safely in the snow trailer's storage box. Call the dog before he wanders off, then head back to camp to warm up and figure out what you've found!

Recover a cool artifact from the ice with the Arctic Exploration Team and haul it back to base, featuring a snowmobile, detachable trailer and ice block, plus 3 minifigures and a dog figure.

Includes 3 LEGO® minifigures: an arctic photographer, a snowmobile driver and an explorer, plus a husky dog figure.



Item No: 5702016108798
Product Description

Grab the camera and head to the dig site with the LEGO® City 60191 Arctic Exploration Team! The team has found a cool artifact and need pictures before they bring it back to base. Load up the snowmobile and drive to the ice block. Free the artifact with the saw and store it safely in the snow trailer's storage box. Call the dog before he wanders off, then head back to camp to warm up and figure out what you've found!

Recover a cool artifact from the ice with the Arctic Exploration Team and haul it back to base, featuring a snowmobile, detachable trailer and ice block, plus 3 minifigures and a dog figure.

Includes 3 LEGO® minifigures: an arctic photographer, a snowmobile driver and an explorer, plus a husky dog figure.



Item No: 5702016108798

Features & Benefits

  • Hop on the snowmobile and lead an Arctic Expedition!
  • Age Range: 5 to 12
  • Piece Count: 70

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Customer Reviews

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More of these please!
This set ticks all the boxes for me. It's a starter set similar to 60163 and 60157. Each of these sets comes with one animal, three minifigs, one vehicle and some scenery or structure.

First of all it is great value for money compared to most any other set. A single collectible minifigure bag is almost half the price of this set. Sets that do have more pieces also cost significantly more.

Second, the fact that you get three minifigs and one animal makes this set just perfect. If you already have a large Arctic set, you probably won't be looking for yet another car or helicopter. Instead, you'll want more minifigs to add to your world. The dog and scientists are all beautiful figures. I love the fact that all figures are different as well.

Even though this set is great as an addition to a larger Arctic set, you also get enough stuff to play with this set on it's own. There's a small snowmobile and some sort of ice pillar with a pre-historic fossil inside. Kids will have hours of fun playing with this small set.

I would like to see more of these starter sets. It allows you to get a taste of a theme without having to spend too much money.
June 27, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
New Arctic Theme Starter Set.
The new Arctic sets are outstanding and a must have. The Arctic Exploration set (60191) comes with 3 figures and a husky dog. There are 70 parts in the set, it is a straight forward and easy set to put together. There are new prints and parts in this set and a great starter set for the new Arctic theme.

Positive; 3 great new prints for mini figure and dog. there are no stickers. Great price point at under $10.00.

Negative; The only issue that I could find was the rear "track" for the snow machine is a Technic pcs and not a track. They are smaller then the front ski's so it looks even smaller. I would recommend using a larger Technic parts or even with small track.

So over all this is a fun and great set for all ages it has great parts for replay ability. So I would say a must have.

Happy building.
June 27, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
More of these please!
This set ticks all the boxes for me. It's a starter set similar to 60163 and 60157. Each of these sets comes with one animal, three minifigs, one vehicle and some scenery or structure.

First of all it is great value for money compared to most any other set. A single collectible minifigure bag is almost half the price of this set. Sets that do have more pieces also cost significantly more.

Second, the fact that you get three minifigs and one animal makes this set just perfect. If you already have a large Arctic set, you probably won't be looking for yet another car or helicopter. Instead, you'll want more minifigs to add to your world. The dog and scientists are all beautiful figures. I love the fact that all figures are different as well.

Even though this set is great as an addition to a larger Arctic set, you also get enough stuff to play with this set on it's own. There's a small snowmobile and some sort of ice pillar with a pre-historic fossil inside. Kids will have hours of fun playing with this small set.

I would like to see more of these starter sets. It allows you to get a taste of a theme without having to spend too much money.
June 11, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
New Arctic Theme Starter Set.
The new Arctic sets are outstanding and a must have. The Arctic Exploration set (60191) comes with 3 figures and a husky dog. There are 70 parts in the set, it is a straight forward and easy set to put together. There are new prints and parts in this set and a great starter set for the new Arctic theme.

Positive; 3 great new prints for mini figure and dog. there are no stickers. Great price point at under $10.00.

Negative; The only issue that I could find was the rear "track" for the snow machine is a Technic pcs and not a track. They are smaller then the front ski's so it looks even smaller. I would recommend using a larger Technic parts or even with small track.

So over all this is a fun and great set for all ages it has great parts for replay ability. So I would say a must have.

Happy building.
April 16, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
More of these please!
This set ticks all the boxes for me. It's a starter set similar to 60163 and 60157. Each of these sets comes with one animal, three minifigs, one vehicle and some scenery or structure.

First of all it is great value for money compared to most any other set. A single collectible minifigure bag is almost half the price of this set. Sets that do have more pieces also cost significantly more.

Second, the fact that you get three minifigs and one animal makes this set just perfect. If you already have a large Arctic set, you probably won't be looking for yet another car or helicopter. Instead, you'll want more minifigs to add to your world. The dog and scientists are all beautiful figures. I love the fact that all figures are different as well.

Even though this set is great as an addition to a larger Arctic set, you also get enough stuff to play with this set on it's own. There's a small snowmobile and some sort of ice pillar with a pre-historic fossil inside. Kids will have hours of fun playing with this small set.

I would like to see more of these starter sets. It allows you to get a taste of a theme without having to spend too much money.
April 1, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Cool Set
I was in Toys R Us in Canada looking for some clearance items and on a whim picked one of these new sets. I love the starter sets.

This one is geat in every way. Cool pcs, I like the frozen dragon fly pc. The dog is awesome. Really cool Mini Figures with nice printing and interesting accessories like snow shoes and hats/helmets. The snow mobile and trailer look really great as a LEGO vehicle and something I knew about with this theme that is much more striking in person is the colour scheme. It's so nice. The Orange and Blue look really good together. Over all, this little set exceeded my expectations in every way and makes me want more Arctic sets.

I'll definitely pick up at least one more of the larger sets in the City Arctic theme in the future. Now LEGO, all we need is some white base plates.
March 31, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
New Arctic Theme Starter Set.
The new Arctic sets are outstanding and a must have. The Arctic Exploration set (60191) comes with 3 figures and a husky dog. There are 70 parts in the set, it is a straight forward and easy set to put together. There are new prints and parts in this set and a great starter set for the new Arctic theme.

Positive; 3 great new prints for mini figure and dog. there are no stickers. Great price point at under $10.00.

Negative; The only issue that I could find was the rear "track" for the snow machine is a Technic pcs and not a track. They are smaller then the front ski's so it looks even smaller. I would recommend using a larger Technic parts or even with small track.

So over all this is a fun and great set for all ages it has great parts for replay ability. So I would say a must have.

Happy building.
March 31, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Lego animals
My daughter recently got a cat as a companion to one of her Lego minifigures from the Lego Movie 2 bag. The Lego dog in this set goes perfectly with her cat. Now, her Lego community is coming together and becoming more diverse.
March 28, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
More of these please!
This set ticks all the boxes for me. It's a starter set similar to 60163 and 60157. Each of these sets comes with one animal, three minifigs, one vehicle and some scenery or structure.

First of all it is great value for money compared to most any other set. A single collectible minifigure bag is almost half the price of this set. Sets that do have more pieces also cost significantly more.

Second, the fact that you get three minifigs and one animal makes this set just perfect. If you already have a large Arctic set, you probably won't be looking for yet another car or helicopter. Instead, you'll want more minifigs to add to your world. The dog and scientists are all beautiful figures. I love the fact that all figures are different as well.

Even though this set is great as an addition to a larger Arctic set, you also get enough stuff to play with this set on it's own. There's a small snowmobile and some sort of ice pillar with a pre-historic fossil inside. Kids will have hours of fun playing with this small set.

I would like to see more of these starter sets. It allows you to get a taste of a theme without having to spend too much money.
March 8, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Cool Set
I was in Toys R Us in Canada looking for some clearance items and on a whim picked one of these new sets. I love the starter sets.

This one is geat in every way. Cool pcs, I like the frozen dragon fly pc. The dog is awesome. Really cool Mini Figures with nice printing and interesting accessories like snow shoes and hats/helmets. The snow mobile and trailer look really great as a LEGO vehicle and something I knew about with this theme that is much more striking in person is the colour scheme. It's so nice. The Orange and Blue look really good together. Over all, this little set exceeded my expectations in every way and makes me want more Arctic sets.

I'll definitely pick up at least one more of the larger sets in the City Arctic theme in the future. Now LEGO, all we need is some white base plates.
January 15, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO