The Arctic Ice Glider is LEGO item 60190 and it's recommended for ages 5-12. Its 50 pieces took us five minutes to assemble. The glider features an opening cockpit and spinning rotor. The mini-figure wears snowshoes and carries a computer pad, radio, and saw. LEGO item 60191 is an Arctic Exploration Team, featuring three mini-figures and a cute dog. The 70 pieces took us five minutes to assemble and it's recommended for ages 5-12. They'll drive their snowmobile to rescue an insect encased in ice. I love bugs, probably more than the next guy, but this team of four seems excessive, right? I mean, LEGO item 60192 is all about one mini-figure and one rodent rescue. But the bigger the animal, the bigger the machine! The Arctic Ice Crawler's 200 pieces took us ten minutes to assemble and it's recommended for ages 6-12. The Crawler features an opening cockpit, posable legs and an articulated arm with an opening claw gripper. All three Arctic sets are easy to build, and fun to play with. LEGO City fans will love these separate or together, because LEGO is a block, best served cold.
Each set is sold separately, and prices vary. 60190 is $6.99, 60191 is $9.99, and 60192 is $24.99.
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