LEGO City Arctic Mobile Exploration Base 60195
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Alert the Arctic Expedition team and get the LEGO® City 60195 Arctic Mobile Exploration Base ready to go! Once you’re at the dig site, get the base set up and start working. Analyze samples in the mobile lab while the explorers check out the area for other interesting items on the snow bike. Hey, what's that in the ice block? Wow, that mammoth is massive! Come on, everybody; it's time to dig up some history!

Explore, discover and analyze at the Arctic Mobile Exploration Base, featuring a crane, trailer, platform, mobile saw, lab and a snow bike, plus 6 minifigures and a mammoth figure.

Includes 6 LEGO® minifigures: 4 arctic explorers, an arctic expedition leader and a driver, plus a mammoth figure.



Item No: 5702016109481
$149.00
or pay from $2.07 per week. Click here for more information marble finance logo
Product Description:

Alert the Arctic Expedition team and get the LEGO® City 60195 Arctic Mobile Exploration Base ready to go! Once you’re at the dig site, get the base set up and start working. Analyze samples in the mobile lab while the explorers check out the area for other interesting items on the snow bike. Hey, what's that in the ice block? Wow, that mammoth is massive! Come on, everybody; it's time to dig up some history!

Explore, discover and analyze at the Arctic Mobile Exploration Base, featuring a crane, trailer, platform, mobile saw, lab and a snow bike, plus 6 minifigures and a mammoth figure.

Includes 6 LEGO® minifigures: 4 arctic explorers, an arctic expedition leader and a driver, plus a mammoth figure.



Item No: 5702016109481
Product Description

Alert the Arctic Expedition team and get the LEGO® City 60195 Arctic Mobile Exploration Base ready to go! Once you’re at the dig site, get the base set up and start working. Analyze samples in the mobile lab while the explorers check out the area for other interesting items on the snow bike. Hey, what's that in the ice block? Wow, that mammoth is massive! Come on, everybody; it's time to dig up some history!

Explore, discover and analyze at the Arctic Mobile Exploration Base, featuring a crane, trailer, platform, mobile saw, lab and a snow bike, plus 6 minifigures and a mammoth figure.

Includes 6 LEGO® minifigures: 4 arctic explorers, an arctic expedition leader and a driver, plus a mammoth figure.



Item No: 5702016109481

Features & Benefits

  • Excavate on site with the Arctic Mobile Exploration Base!
  • Age Range: 7 to 12
  • Piece Count: 786

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Arctic city mobile exploration base
I got this set for my birthday and I was so excited I spent almost 3 hours building it. It didn’t get boring at all. All together the vehicles were almost 3 feet long! The mammoth was a very nice addition but the crane is not really sturdy. It detaches from the base too easily. Other than that it’s a great set I would highly recommend.
March 31, 2019
Originally posted at
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Fabulous set!
Great selection of minifigures, a variety of vehicles, and a mammoth! I consider this the best set of the Arctic theme. Assembling a set this size into a long “train” is quite large and impressive.

Two minor issues: it is difficult to turn the crane vehicle while rolling because of its length and/or six wheels, and the mobile laboratory lacks stairs or a ladder to the entrance (just use your imagination).

Not inexpensive, but I would get this large set instead of multiple smaller sets.
March 31, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Arctic city mobile exploration base
I got this set for my birthday and I was so excited I spent almost 3 hours building it. It didn’t get boring at all. All together the vehicles were almost 3 feet long! The mammoth was a very nice addition but the crane is not really sturdy. It detaches from the base too easily. Other than that it’s a great set I would highly recommend.
March 20, 2019
Originally posted at
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Fabulous set!
Great selection of minifigures, a variety of vehicles, and a mammoth! I consider this the best set of the Arctic theme. Assembling a set this size into a long “train” is quite large and impressive.

Two minor issues: it is difficult to turn the crane vehicle while rolling because of its length and/or six wheels, and the mobile laboratory lacks stairs or a ladder to the entrance (just use your imagination).

Not inexpensive, but I would get this large set instead of multiple smaller sets.
March 16, 2019
Originally posted at
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This set is so cool!
This set is awesome for play experience! I have no complaints about this set. The mammoth is super cool and how it all gets pulled around is so cool! Well there is on problem and that is the price! It is way over priced!
March 16, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Fabulous set!
Great selection of minifigures, a variety of vehicles, and a mammoth! I consider this the best set of the Arctic theme. Assembling a set this size into a long “train” is quite large and impressive.

Two minor issues: it is difficult to turn the crane vehicle while rolling because of its length and/or six wheels, and the mobile laboratory lacks stairs or a ladder to the entrance (just use your imagination).

Not inexpensive, but I would get this large set instead of multiple smaller sets.
March 2, 2019
Originally posted at
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a bit extreme in size
i'm really thinking there needs to be a size and price cap on city sets. around $100 in price with a comparable parts count. this is a set where the mammoth is the prize. that's what most people look at this set and want. the designer could've easily removed the circular saw and cargo sleds from this set, added a couple more hand saws, and probably been close to the $100 mark. a perfect parts count and price range for a growing lego collection for two boys (3 counting me) in a average sized house. i understand this is a business, but i'd gladly bought two of these sets for two mammoths at a better set size and price.
the front two units are pretty cool and make for some fun play (even acting as a sandcrawler for some jawas), and the mammoth has been used with ninjago, as a bantha for some tusken raiders, and as cavemen and t-rex food.
the rear two units (the saw and cargo rig) were built and destroyed within two days.
the ice cave is pretty cool. I think it'll be one of those side builds that finds it's way to the lego shelf for quick access for play time.
so in closing; some of this set feels like a waste but if 'ya want a mammoth it's about the only way. and, please, designers and decision makers, try to set a max goal of $100 worth of build for large city sets. preferably less for sets with much desired pre-formed animals so multiples can be bought.
February 25, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Arctic city mobile exploration base
I got this set for my birthday and I was so excited I spent almost 3 hours building it. It didn’t get boring at all. All together the vehicles were almost 3 feet long! The mammoth was a very nice addition but the crane is not really sturdy. It detaches from the base too easily. Other than that it’s a great set I would highly recommend.
February 20, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
a bit extreme in size
i'm really thinking there needs to be a size and price cap on city sets. around $100 in price with a comparable parts count. this is a set where the mammoth is the prize. that's what most people look at this set and want. the designer could've easily removed the circular saw and cargo sleds from this set, added a couple more hand saws, and probably been close to the $100 mark. a perfect parts count and price range for a growing lego collection for two boys (3 counting me) in a average sized house. i understand this is a business, but i'd gladly bought two of these sets for two mammoths at a better set size and price.
the front two units are pretty cool and make for some fun play (even acting as a sandcrawler for some jawas), and the mammoth has been used with ninjago, as a bantha for some tusken raiders, and as cavemen and t-rex food.
the rear two units (the saw and cargo rig) were built and destroyed within two days.
the ice cave is pretty cool. I think it'll be one of those side builds that finds it's way to the lego shelf for quick access for play time.
so in closing; some of this set feels like a waste but if 'ya want a mammoth it's about the only way. and, please, designers and decision makers, try to set a max goal of $100 worth of build for large city sets. preferably less for sets with much desired pre-formed animals so multiples can be bought.
February 4, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Arctic city mobile exploration base
I got this set for my birthday and I was so excited I spent almost 3 hours building it. It didn’t get boring at all. All together the vehicles were almost 3 feet long! The mammoth was a very nice addition but the crane is not really sturdy. It detaches from the base too easily. Other than that it’s a great set I would highly recommend.
January 30, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO