Summary: I purchased this item for my 7 year old grandson who was having difficulty following directions in school. The step by step directions are very well illustrated and he was able to construct the item with little supervision.
Summary: If you have a child that has a lot of legos this would make a great addition to their menagerie. It was easier to assemble then expected for the recommended age group. I would purchase another lego set to accompany this or just get a bigger set altogether.
Summary: This lego does not fly on it's own. Despite the picture on the packaging of it floating in the clouds, it mostly just sits on the floor, occasionally it sits on the table, or a chair. Honestly, it's kinda lazy.
Summary: This was a great addition to my helicopter-themed goodie bag. It was not too complicated, but it provided something for a bored little boy to do. I didn't want anything huge or complex, so this was the perfect choice for what I was looking for.
Summary: My kids love the Lego line of block toys and this is no exception. This LEGO Creator Red Thunder is a good small addition for kids who like to play with helicopters and airplanes. The fit and finish is classic Lego...very good to excellent. Overall, a very good block toy addition but tiny..
Summary: Legos are, IMHO, ideal toys for children of all ages. (Including those of us who continue to cling to our childish side.) They are well made, spur imagination, and can be used in almost an infinite number of ways. All these features are particularly on display with the Creator series of playsets.
Summary: super tiny! The box is only like 5x4" I paid $13 (w/ "free" shipping) and there's a price tag on the box for $4.95. Total rip off. I should have read the fine print more carefully. Disappointed : (
Summary: Very disappointed. I paid $13.76 for this item and it had a sticker price on it of $4.99! I've since seen it at Walmart for $6.96. I sure won't do this again. I also thought I was getting the bigger set for this price.