LEGO Creator Monster Dino – 3 Remote Controlled Toys In 1

LEGO Creator Monster DinoThe  Lego Creator Monster Dino (4958)  is great remote control dinosaur for Lego fans and dinosaur lovers everywhere.

Watch this Lego dinosaur as it comes to life right before your eyes.

Build this remote control dinosaur toy and enjoy playing with it. He can walk forward or backward, move his head and arms, and roar.

This ferocious looking dinosaur also can glow in the dark which makes him even fiercer looking.

This Lego Creator Set Is Actually 3 Toys In One

You can build the dino monster or  you can build a walking spider or a crawling crocodile too. This kit has 786 pieces and full instructions for all three projects plus ideas for more creations.

Monster Dino Features

  • Fun remote control dinosaur
  • 3 toys in one –  dino monster, spider or crocodile
  • Glow-in-the-dark element
  • Step-by-step instructions for all  three model
  •  786 Pieces – Includes battery box, 2 motors, sound brick
  •  Remote control and additional infrared sensor included
  • Product Dimensions: 3.4 x 15.2 x 25.7 inches ; 3.6 pounds
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 9 – 12 years
  • Batteries: 3 AAA batteries required

Watch The LEGO® Creator Monster Dino In Action

This is a great toy. Unfortunately Lego is no longer making this model so you better grab it now while supplies last.

LEGO Creator Monster Dino

Great LEGO set.
It’s a great LEGO set. Had plenty of fun building the dinosaur and alligator forms (didn’t try the spider form yet)!
It looks pretty awesome once built. Read more
Published on September 14, 2011

Lego — always a good buy
By C. Burton on July 3, 2008
Verified Purchase
I purchased this for my son’s 6th birthday. Before it arrived, I was a *little* nervous that it was going to be a little too much for him. But his year-or-so of experience with Bionicles gave him the understanding he needed to build all three of the designs in this box. He required only a little guidance or correction to succeed. And the motor and remote control made this kit especially rewarding when he could see what he put together scurry around the room wirelessly.

The only cons that I see, and this would go for all Lego products today, is that they are much more ‘constrained’ in design than when I was a kid. Back then, one had to use his imagination to plan, build and enjoy. Today, the pieces go together one way and many kids (I assume) stop there. It takes some encouraging to get ours to “think outside the box”. Source: Amazon customer reviews

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