LEGO Jurassic World Stygimoloch Breakout 75927
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Sound the alert! The Stygimoloch has broken free. Help it smash through the lab door and cause mayhem by flipping the workbench over and smashing the window, then make a speedy escape. The guard won’t believe his eyes when he sees the Stygimoloch charging towards him, so call for back-up!

Set the scene for a dino escape, featuring a laboratory with an observation deck and connected enclosure pen, plus 2 minifigures and a Stygimoloch figure.



Item No: 5702016110203
$53.00
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Sound the alert! The Stygimoloch has broken free. Help it smash through the lab door and cause mayhem by flipping the workbench over and smashing the window, then make a speedy escape. The guard won’t believe his eyes when he sees the Stygimoloch charging towards him, so call for back-up!

Set the scene for a dino escape, featuring a laboratory with an observation deck and connected enclosure pen, plus 2 minifigures and a Stygimoloch figure.



Item No: 5702016110203
Product Description

Sound the alert! The Stygimoloch has broken free. Help it smash through the lab door and cause mayhem by flipping the workbench over and smashing the window, then make a speedy escape. The guard won’t believe his eyes when he sees the Stygimoloch charging towards him, so call for back-up!

Set the scene for a dino escape, featuring a laboratory with an observation deck and connected enclosure pen, plus 2 minifigures and a Stygimoloch figure.



Item No: 5702016110203

Features & Benefits

  • Stage a security breach with a dinosaur lab breakout!
  • Includes 2 minifigures: Dr. Wu and a guard, plus a Stygimoloch figure.
  • Age Range: 6 to 12
  • Piece Count: 222

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Customer Reviews

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Amazing set
This set was fun to build, and uses many different types of pieces we didn’t really see until the new Jurassic World sets came out. The detail on the Stygimoloch is incredible, and for the price of the set, I feel that it was very detailed and was worth its cost. It is also a great edition to my other LEGO Dino and LEGO Jurassic World area in my LEGO city setup. It is overall an amazing set and I definitely recommend it!
April 28, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Nice Colors, Terrible Price and Minifigs
This set is a thumbs down for me. I just didn't see the need to make this set.
The minifigures are a let down. The best is Doctor Wu. I would have included another character in the set like Owen or Claire.
The Stygimoloch is a nice build but way to big. It should be much smaller.
The set itself is ok. I really liked the dark blue color instead of the bright blue from the first Jurassic World sets.
Overall Grad is a C-.
April 9, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Amazing set
This set was fun to build, and uses many different types of pieces we didn’t really see until the new Jurassic World sets came out. The detail on the Stygimoloch is incredible, and for the price of the set, I feel that it was very detailed and was worth its cost. It is also a great edition to my other LEGO Dino and LEGO Jurassic World area in my LEGO city setup. It is overall an amazing set and I definitely recommend it!
March 17, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Nice Colors, Terrible Price and Minifigs
This set is a thumbs down for me. I just didn't see the need to make this set.
The minifigures are a let down. The best is Doctor Wu. I would have included another character in the set like Owen or Claire.
The Stygimoloch is a nice build but way to big. It should be much smaller.
The set itself is ok. I really liked the dark blue color instead of the bright blue from the first Jurassic World sets.
Overall Grad is a C-.
March 12, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Stygimoloch Breakout
I picked this set up, put it together relatively quickly and its a nice set. Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom sets are some of the first LEGO Dinosaurs I've had the opportunity to get and they look like great sets so I try to pick them up.

This set with 222 pieces contains the Stygimolock Dinosaur which is a nicely painted Velociraptor body, legs from Dilophosaurus, I think they're new arms, and a new head mould. Its an alright little Dinosaur, it's Raptor size with nice printing, but I think I actually like the Raptor better as a dino. The Velociraptor has a snap jaw with teeth, the Stygimoloch does not have a separate lower jaw and something I'm noticing is that Stygimoloch is an Herbivor. I have the T-Rex Transport and the Jurassic Park Velociraptor Chase sets with a brown Raptor, and both T-Rex and Velociraptor (carnivors) have black claws. Stygimoloch claws are white. I prefer the overall look or the black claws. Stigimoloch alright Dino though. The head is new, and 4 tooth like horns need to be built into the back of it. They and the colour of them add some depth dimension to the already nice new head mould

Mini Figures are few but good. A key character Dr Wu, and another black and blue guard, all of which are dfferent in head/hat/accesories in every JW FK set.

The cage build itself is good. It ends up being a nice complete pen built out of fewer larger pcs rather than more smaller bricks. I think they did this because it means larger stickers like control panels and calendars end up on 1 pc rather than overlapping over 2 or 3 bricks, but it ends up being an alright size.

Stil I think what they could've done to give this set more value is move those red light torch pieces somewhere else and added 2 more of those black electric fence sections to make the pen just a little bit bigger. That's not much extra as far as parts and cost and it would enlarge the area quite a bit.

Great set, I got it at double VIP points but it's either a slight bit too expensive OR just needs a little bit more to be perfect for the price.
March 11, 2019
Originally posted at
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Stiggy!
This is my personal favorite set from the wave!

The highlight of the set is the new Stygimoloch! It looks great with that new head mold, and it is refreshing to get an herbivore.

The minifigs are great! Dr. Wu was a relatively hard minifig to get back in 2015, so its nice to get him in a cheaper set this time around. The generic Jurassic World worker looks great as well, but it would have been nice to get 2.

The build is perfect! It is basically a better version of the Raptor Escape set from 2015. The pen looks great and has respectable size. The attention to detail considering the part count is impressive. There is also an observation window up top and a lab which doubles as a play feature. I even love the sticker selection!

This set is pretty close to perfect IMO, especially since this is the only proper enclosure set in this wave.
March 11, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Amazing set
This set was fun to build, and uses many different types of pieces we didn’t really see until the new Jurassic World sets came out. The detail on the Stygimoloch is incredible, and for the price of the set, I feel that it was very detailed and was worth its cost. It is also a great edition to my other LEGO Dino and LEGO Jurassic World area in my LEGO city setup. It is overall an amazing set and I definitely recommend it!
March 11, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Stygimoloch Breakout
I picked this set up, put it together relatively quickly and its a nice set. Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom sets are some of the first LEGO Dinosaurs I've had the opportunity to get and they look like great sets so I try to pick them up.

This set with 222 pieces contains the Stygimolock Dinosaur which is a nicely painted Velociraptor body, legs from Dilophosaurus, I think they're new arms, and a new head mould. Its an alright little Dinosaur, it's Raptor size with nice printing, but I think I actually like the Raptor better as a dino. The Velociraptor has a snap jaw with teeth, the Stygimoloch does not have a separate lower jaw and something I'm noticing is that Stygimoloch is an Herbivor. I have the T-Rex Transport and the Jurassic Park Velociraptor Chase sets with a brown Raptor, and both T-Rex and Velociraptor (carnivors) have black claws. Stygimoloch claws are white. I prefer the overall look or the black claws. Stigimoloch alright Dino though. The head is new, and 4 tooth like horns need to be built into the back of it. They and the colour of them add some depth dimension to the already nice new head mould

Mini Figures are few but good. A key character Dr Wu, and another black and blue guard, all of which are dfferent in head/hat/accesories in every JW FK set.

The cage build itself is good. It ends up being a nice complete pen built out of fewer larger pcs rather than more smaller bricks. I think they did this because it means larger stickers like control panels and calendars end up on 1 pc rather than overlapping over 2 or 3 bricks, but it ends up being an alright size.

Stil I think what they could've done to give this set more value is move those red light torch pieces somewhere else and added 2 more of those black electric fence sections to make the pen just a little bit bigger. That's not much extra as far as parts and cost and it would enlarge the area quite a bit.

Great set, I got it at double VIP points but it's either a slight bit too expensive OR just needs a little bit more to be perfect for the price.
March 6, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Amazing set
This set was fun to build, and uses many different types of pieces we didn’t really see until the new Jurassic World sets came out. The detail on the Stygimoloch is incredible, and for the price of the set, I feel that it was very detailed and was worth its cost. It is also a great edition to my other LEGO Dino and LEGO Jurassic World area in my LEGO city setup. It is overall an amazing set and I definitely recommend it!
February 27, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Nice Colors, Terrible Price and Minifigs
This set is a thumbs down for me. I just didn't see the need to make this set.
The minifigures are a let down. The best is Doctor Wu. I would have included another character in the set like Owen or Claire.
The Stygimoloch is a nice build but way to big. It should be much smaller.
The set itself is ok. I really liked the dark blue color instead of the bright blue from the first Jurassic World sets.
Overall Grad is a C-.
February 19, 2019
Originally posted at
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