Play out an epic dinosaur battle in this detailed LEGO® Jurassic World™ 75930 Indoraptor Rampage at Lockwood Estate play set. Help Owen, Claire and Blue rescue Maisie from the hybrid dinosaur inside the 3-level building, featuring configurable walls, a museum, laboratory, office, bedroom, removable windows, collapsing roof function and a large buildable triceratops skull. This toy for girls and boys includes 6 minifigures and 2 dinosaur figures.
- Includes 6 minifigures: Owen, Claire, Maisie, Mills, Wheatley and Eversol, plus an Indoraptor and a Velociraptor Blue figure. Also includes a baby dinosaur element.
- The 3-level Lockwood Estate features an office, bedroom with bed, laboratory area with museum display cases and a collapsible roof.
- Indoraptor and Velociraptor Blue feature posable limbs, head and snapping jaws.
- Also includes a buildable triceratops skull.
- Customize the estate using the configurable walls.
- Push the dinosaur heads through the windows to cause a smashing effect.
- Place the baby Velociraptor in the laboratory and run some DNA tests.
- Pull the lever to activate the collapsing roof!
- Weapons include a tranquilizer gun and an axe.
- Accessory elements include an auction hammer, umbrella and a dinosaur egg.
- Lockwood Estate measures over 8” (22cm) high, 6” (16cm) wide and 8” (22cm) deep.
- Owen's bike measures over 1” (3cm) high and 1” (5cm) long.
- Indoraptor stands over 4” (12cm) tall.
- Triceratops skull measures over 3” (8cm) high, 3” (9cm) wide and 2” (6cm) deep.
- January 2nd, 2019Average rating3out of 5 stars3.0DefectivePurchased for: SonMy son was so excited to get this for Christmas, from Santa no less. Guess how he felt when he went to put together the indoraptor and one of the leg connecting parts was defective! One legged dinosaur! Not happy. Paying over $100 for a set is crazy anyway, but to have it not even complete! So disappointingJanuary 5, 2019Emily, Customer ServiceOh no! I'm sorry to hear your son's dino wasn't up to snuff. Don't worry, though! Our Customer Service team is happy to get things sorted. It's easy to get in touch at LEGO.com/Service.Play Experience5.0Value for Money3.0Build Time: 1 daysBuilding Experience: Intermediate LEGO builderWas this helpful?35Indoraptor Rampage at Lockwood Estate
- April 22nd, 2018Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0AwesomeI would recommend this to a friend!This is a lit set. I have always been a fan of the Jurassic Park series and this perfectly tops off my collectionPlay Experience5.0Level of Difficulty2.0Value for Money5.0Build Time: 2 hrs 5 minsBuilding Experience: Expert LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Indoraptor Rampage at Lockwood Estate
- September 25th, 2020Average rating3out of 5 stars3.0The scaaaaaaaale!MoistMac |I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfSo ya this set is pretty good, the figs, the interior plus I love how they put the triceratops skull in. But I have one HUGE problem with it and many other Jurassic world sets, THE SCALE! PS. This might ruin some of the Jurassic world sets for you . The scale for this set is ridiculous, as you see in the films, velociraptors are usually shorter than people! Let alone %50 bigger! This wouldn’t be such a concern from me if they could fit easily through the doorway but ya that didn’t happen. This had bugged me for a while but I tried not to let this bother me. But then the indoraptor happened and I ya. I mean, I know it’s a bit bigger than a velociraptor, BUT THIS IS RIDICULOUS! It is almost the size of a LEGO T. rex for crying out loud! Plus this thing could fit in doorways in the movie. LEGO please fix this problem in any new Dino molds you make. Anyway besides that I would give this a 7/10 just cause I think they could have added more and cause of the scale issue.
Response from LEGO SHOPSeptember 29, 2020Natasha, LEGO® Customer ServiceThings can get a little tricky when we're creating a set based on an upcoming movie! In some cases, we have to base our designs on early drafts or concept art. It takes us a long time to create a LEGO® set, and we want to make sure that it's good and ready in time for a movie's release! We do our best to make sure things are as close to the final movie as possible, but if a detail changes during production, we may end up with a set that's not totally accurate. Either way, all our movie-based sets are okayed by the creators and they're always fun to play with! :)Play Experience3.0Value for Money4.0Building Experience: Advanced LEGO builderWas this helpful?35Indoraptor Rampage at Lockwood Estate
- May 13th, 2018Average rating2out of 5 stars2.0Price VS Complexity VS Actual Valuestaee |Purchased for: SelfWhat should have been a large, interactive, and complex set was ultimately bogged down to a disappointing build. I should start by saying that while I am a fan of LEGO, I am an even bigger fan of the Jurassic Park franchise. LEGO did a fantastic job in 2015 with their sets. Each set spoke volumes and had just the right level of complexity. As of writing this review, I’d have only assembled the Indoraptor set, and boy was it a frustrating set. My problems can be condensed into one simple issue, and that is the relationship between the price, complexity, and the value. Whenever LEGO creates builds based on a property, they usually have tiered sets. The main big set, usually over 1,000 pieces, is the biggest and the most prestige of the sets. While that can be said for the ‘Indominus Rex Escape’ from the 2015 sets…. The king of the new Jurassic World sets disappoints big time. Let’s get the dinos out of the discussion first. This set features two dinosaurs: The Indoraptor and Blue. All I’m going to say about Blue is that we already have a Blue from the 2015 sets, and there’s another set in this series with the same exact Blue.. So having her doesn’t add much value in this set. The Indoraptor on the other hand… It’s just not that impressive. The paint job is flat. There’s no metallic paint on it whatsoever, not even the decals on the sides, which would have helped. A lot of the detail on the indoraptor is non-existent because it blends too well with the base paint. The sculpt in of itself is also disappointing. It’s hands are too small, the frills are barely there, and the head detailing is minimalistic… This is disappointing especially considering the amount of detail the Indominus Rex had in 2015.. including metallic decals! There are a lot of minifigs in this set, however, most of them are either available in other sets or are not detail heavy… Their hair pieces are impressive though! The actual set though… was very frustrating for me. First things first, it’s way too small for $130. There is an iconic scene, as seen in the trailers, involving the Indoraptor and a balcony/window… There is no way this indorator can do that. The windows and balcony are too small, even for the minifigs! The glass rooftop is so small, and the flimsy action of it falling isn’t as effective as you think it would be. Infact, the whole manor was small for a set that costs this much. Second, the actual mansion is frustratingly repetitious. Building this set kept getting increasingly mundane. It’s the same thing: floor plate, two pillars, windows, another floor plate, two pillars… Over and over again. A large part of this problem boils down to lack of creativity. LEGO could have added a staircase, or more dinosaur displays… even a room with paintings.. But no, it was just the same thing over and over again. For crying out loud, we had two identical rooms that only had a vase in them… WHY? Let’s not even talk about how plain the façade of the manor looks…. It’s just plain beige bricks! Another problem is the justification of the price. As I was building this set, I started to understand what LEGO was doing to amp up this mediocre set.. They just made it needlessly complicated. There are many shortcuts that LEGO could have gone with instead of the overly complicated build. Every 5 steps could have been reduced to 1 or 2. And when you’re building the same room over and over again, you’d want a more simplified build… Ideally, this mansion should have two sides with hinges where you can close them up so that it seems like full house. Further proof of LEGO struggling to justify the price is adding Blue to this set, along with a motorcycle… The same one from multiple other sets, including the ones from the 2015 sets. I mean honestly, it doesn’t get more lazy than that. When you compare this to the big 2015 set, you start to see why I’m frustrated. The Indominus Rex Escape was a whole paddock, that had a crane operated by a minifig, a backside that had a science lab, a helipad with an actual helicopter, and a gyrosphere that had its own dedicated launch area… AND it was big! Now THAT is a set worth $130! So, would I recommend this? Only if you are a diehard Jurassic Park fan. If I weren’t one, I’d invest heavily on the other sets that seem to be more worthwhile.Play Experience2.0Level of Difficulty3.0Value for Money1.0Build Time: 5 hrsBuilding Experience: Advanced LEGO builderWas this helpful?25Indoraptor Rampage at Lockwood Estate