The LEGO Quake Mech comes straight from the LEGO Ninjago Movie! Fans of the film will surely love this incredibly designed and detailed set. It was released on December 1st, 2017. Let’s take a look inside and see what we can expect from the LEGO 70632 set.
LEGO 70632 Quake Mech Ninjago Movie Set Review
Who doesn’t love ninjas and tech? The people of Ninjago certainly do. The Quake Mech is the weapon of choice of Cole.
This set brings the LEGO Quake Mech seen in the LEGO Ninjago Movie, so you can recreate scenes from the movie in your home! With this mech, he can weaponize sound to save reporter Fred Finley from the shark army trying to attack him. This 1202-piece set is 33cm high, 16cm long and 30cm wide. This set is perfect for children in the 9-14 years old range.
The LEGO 70632 set brings the mech suit in a wonderful, realistic manner that is true to the movie and looks very fun to look at and play with. The unicycle mech is very posable, with hidden “soundwave” missiles and much more.
The LEGO Quake Mech stands on a single wheel, which of course makes it hard to balance. But it does have a stand behind it that helps it stand up, in spite of the wheel. This makes this set cool to display while not playing as well.
What’s in the box?
- 1202 pieces
- 5 minifigures (Cole, Misako, Crusher, Mike the Spike and Fred Finley)
- The Quake Mech, with details such as an opening minifigure cockpit, posable arms, gripping fists, fold-up shoulder ‘loudspeakers’, 4 ‘soundwave’-shooting flick missiles on each shoulder, and a big wheel with stabilizer
- Cole’s hammer
- Misako’s bow and arrow, complete with a quiver
- Crusher’s fish sword
- Mike the Spike’s fish spear
- Fred Finley’s microphone.
The Fred Finley and the highly anticipated Lady Koko/Misako minifigures are new for December 2017.
LEGO 70632 Speed Build Video
This video has a speed build of the set which is yet to be released.
LEGO Quake Mech Pictures
So what do you think? Are you as excited about the LEGO Quake Mech as we are? You may also want to check out the new LEGO Ninjago 2018 sets. Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!