LEGO City Fire Station 60215
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LEGO City Fire Station 60215
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Product Description
Protect the citizens of LEGO® City with the action-packed 60215 Fire Station, featuring a 3-level fire station with office, relaxation room and scout tower, small waterside dock and a separate garage with large opening front door and a landing pad for the detachable scouting drone with spinning rotors and camera. This cool set also features a fire off-road vehicle with a stud-shooting fire hose and new-for-January-2019 working light and sound brick, plus a water scooter, 4 minifigures and a fire station dog figure.
Item No: 5702016369373
$105.00
Product Description:
Protect the citizens of LEGO® City with the action-packed 60215 Fire Station, featuring a 3-level fire station with office, relaxation room and scout tower, small waterside dock and a separate garage with large opening front door and a landing pad for the detachable scouting drone with spinning rotors and camera. This cool set also features a fire off-road vehicle with a stud-shooting fire hose and new-for-January-2019 working light and sound brick, plus a water scooter, 4 minifigures and a fire station dog figure.
Item No: 5702016369373
Product Description
Protect the citizens of LEGO® City with the action-packed 60215 Fire Station, featuring a 3-level fire station with office, relaxation room and scout tower, small waterside dock and a separate garage with large opening front door and a landing pad for the detachable scouting drone with spinning rotors and camera. This cool set also features a fire off-road vehicle with a stud-shooting fire hose and new-for-January-2019 working light and sound brick, plus a water scooter, 4 minifigures and a fire station dog figure.
Item No: 5702016369373

Features & Benefits

  • Show your child what life is like in a busy Fire Station!
  • Includes 4 LEGO® City minifigures: a fire chief and 3 firefighters, plus a fire dog figure.
  • Features a 3-level fire station with office, relaxation room and scout tower, small waterside dock and a separate garage
  • Piece Count 509
  • Age 5+

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Customer Reviews

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Fun little build for your city
This was a fun little build that I've added to my small city I have started, combined with the other fire sets from this year it looks great, it's a little on the small side for a fire depot, but meh!!! I did get to the end of the build and the instructions said 3 flat shiny grey plates on the top, I got 2 grey, and one gun metal grey, I've put in a parts request, but not heard anything back from them on my parts request.
June 27, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO
Less Features
I'll be honest, this is probably the lowest creative fire station Lego has to offer. Being a Lego City fan since 2011, it's safe to say that the other fire stations like the 2016 version or the 2013 one have much more to offer. Firstly, they had two fire truck entrances, but this one only has one. Additionally, they also have actual helicopters, not a puny little drone that takes up a lot of space. And the old fire stations are much bigger, sure they have more pieces, but those sets usually only take me an hour to build, and I'm sure kids could get some help from their parents if they don't know where a piece goes or if they need help getting those strings for the fire hose through the tiny hole. Finally, the old fire sets had really cool features. I can complement this set with its light-up sirens, but take the 2016 fire station, for example, it had a pole: an actual feature that real-life fire stations have, or the 2011 fire station, it had a net for catching kittens or people who are trapped inside houses (the commercial even showed them using the net for that reason). I personally actually like this set a bit, all I'm saying is it could've been better if there were more features and more pieces to make it larger.
June 27, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO
Great fire station overall
Finally LEGO have made an affordable fire station this set is great I love how it has a small dock and the 4x4 is realistic the only thing I don’t like about it is the flashing lights they are cool but are big and bulky I took them off and used brick built ones. The station was easy to assemble for me as I am a very experienced LEGO builder but a 6yo would love building this set and it would take them the best part of an afternoon. The fire station itself has a cool garage and the tower can store tones of figures and if you need more buildings they would be easy enough to add for any aged LEGO fan
Overall get this set if you want an affordable fire station.
June 27, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO
Confused
I’m confused about this set. I don’t know why this fire station is a downsize from the old one. I don’t know if one of the fire trucks (car) from the old station turned into a drone but I’m disappointed and confused
June 22, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO
Confused
I’m confused about this set. I don’t know why this fire station is a downsize from the old one. I don’t know if one of the fire trucks (car) from the old station turned into a drone but I’m disappointed and confused
June 17, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO
Less Features
I'll be honest, this is probably the lowest creative fire station Lego has to offer. Being a Lego City fan since 2011, it's safe to say that the other fire stations like the 2016 version or the 2013 one have much more to offer. Firstly, they had two fire truck entrances, but this one only has one. Additionally, they also have actual helicopters, not a puny little drone that takes up a lot of space. And the old fire stations are much bigger, sure they have more pieces, but those sets usually only take me an hour to build, and I'm sure kids could get some help from their parents if they don't know where a piece goes or if they need help getting those strings for the fire hose through the tiny hole. Finally, the old fire sets had really cool features. I can complement this set with its light-up sirens, but take the 2016 fire station, for example, it had a pole: an actual feature that real-life fire stations have, or the 2011 fire station, it had a net for catching kittens or people who are trapped inside houses (the commercial even showed them using the net for that reason). I personally actually like this set a bit, all I'm saying is it could've been better if there were more features and more pieces to make it larger.
June 13, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO
Fun little build for your city
This was a fun little build that I've added to my small city I have started, combined with the other fire sets from this year it looks great, it's a little on the small side for a fire depot, but meh!!! I did get to the end of the build and the instructions said 3 flat shiny grey plates on the top, I got 2 grey, and one gun metal grey, I've put in a parts request, but not heard anything back from them on my parts request.
June 12, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO
Great fire station overall
Finally LEGO have made an affordable fire station this set is great I love how it has a small dock and the 4x4 is realistic the only thing I don’t like about it is the flashing lights they are cool but are big and bulky I took them off and used brick built ones. The station was easy to assemble for me as I am a very experienced LEGO builder but a 6yo would love building this set and it would take them the best part of an afternoon. The fire station itself has a cool garage and the tower can store tones of figures and if you need more buildings they would be easy enough to add for any aged LEGO fan
Overall get this set if you want an affordable fire station.
June 12, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO
Less Features
I'll be honest, this is probably the lowest creative fire station Lego has to offer. Being a Lego City fan since 2011, it's safe to say that the other fire stations like the 2016 version or the 2013 one have much more to offer. Firstly, they had two fire truck entrances, but this one only has one. Additionally, they also have actual helicopters, not a puny little drone that takes up a lot of space. And the old fire stations are much bigger, sure they have more pieces, but those sets usually only take me an hour to build, and I'm sure kids could get some help from their parents if they don't know where a piece goes or if they need help getting those strings for the fire hose through the tiny hole. Finally, the old fire sets had really cool features. I can complement this set with its light-up sirens, but take the 2016 fire station, for example, it had a pole: an actual feature that real-life fire stations have, or the 2011 fire station, it had a net for catching kittens or people who are trapped inside houses (the commercial even showed them using the net for that reason). I personally actually like this set a bit, all I'm saying is it could've been better if there were more features and more pieces to make it larger.
May 31, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO
Fun little build for your city
This was a fun little build that I've added to my small city I have started, combined with the other fire sets from this year it looks great, it's a little on the small side for a fire depot, but meh!!! I did get to the end of the build and the instructions said 3 flat shiny grey plates on the top, I got 2 grey, and one gun metal grey, I've put in a parts request, but not heard anything back from them on my parts request.
May 31, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO