Year Released: 2015
Set Number: 60092-1
Name of Set: Deep Sea Submarine
Number of Parts: 252
Minifigures: 3 - 2 males and 1 female
Minimum Recommended Age to Build This Set: 6 years old
3 Minifigures – The toy has 3 minifigures with an assortment of accessories including 2 scuba divers and a submariner.
Fixtures – The Deep Sea Explorers Submarine toy also has a submarine, shark, crab, seaweed and a whale shark ribcage which features multiple explore function.
Structure – The toy also consists of an opening hatch, tilting thrusters, bulky external stabilizer tanks, bubble cockpit, robotic arm with flashlight and robotic arm with hands that serve as grabbers.
Accessory Elements – The Deep Sea Explorers Submarine also comes with a camera, treasure box, crowbar, a ruby, a crystal and five gold coins.
What Age Range Is This Toy For?
This submarine toy is especially designed for kids, both girls and boys, ages 6 to 12, but older kids might also enjoy this set. Even though it is meant for children as young at six, younger kids might need guidance from adults as they build it. The Deep Sea Explorers Submarine toy will be perfect for very adventurous kids who love being underwater and exploring so much.
Why People Like This Toy
As various reviews on this submarine toy suggest, the Deep Sea Explorers Submarine isn’t just a set of lovely pieces that will look good on any shelf. The toy is cute and offers a good bit. It is also well-built and very convenient, particularly for kids. All the parts are easy and simple to use and put together, as it includes steps and directions for use.
Most of the people who review this toy noted that the toy’s structure came out nicely. The addition of a shark and two divers was a nice touch since it offers more room for situations such as play time. The submarine toy can also float really well. The tiny storage areas located on either side of the submarine was a nice facility. As a whole, the Deep Sea Explorers Submarine toy, as well as everything that comes with it, looks and performs well.
Many people who review this toy said that this is very convenient to use. But anyway, let this review give you an idea on how the toy is being used. Just open the sub's glass bubble cockpit, climb into it, go under water, and let the tilting thrusters push you through the water. Upon reaching the bottom of the sea, use the built-in flashlight and grabber found on the submarine’s robotic arms to get the treasure chest.
Pros And Cons
- The toy’s measurement and weight complement well, which gives you the idea that it is very easy and hassle-free to handle, especially for kids.
- It has moveable thrusters that are powerful enough to push you through the underwater.
- The toy has a flashlight and grabbers found at the submarine’s robotic arms.
- This submarine gives kids more room play with Ryder in the truck, as it opens up easily
- The submarine is sturdy, resilient and can stand up to lots of play time.
- The stickers are a little difficult to apply for a beautiful finish, but kids can always get their mom or dad to help out with decorating the submarine toy. It also adds some fun.
- The toy’s not as big as it seems in the picture on the packaging box. Perhaps the reason is because the toy is intended for kids’ use.
Skills Taught By This Toy
Imaginative Play - This toy teaches imaginative play skills as children play out various adventures for their minifigures to go on.
Motor Skills - This toy teaches fine motor skills as children build and take apart the set.
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