LEGO 42120 Technic Rescue Hovercraft to Aircraft Toy, 2 in 1 Model, Building Set for Boys and Girls 8 + Years Old

LEGO 42120 Technic Rescue Hovercraft to Aircraft Toy

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About this item

  • Features 2 in 1 detailed amphibious hovercraft toy that rebuilds into a twin-engine aircraft for young builders' long-lasting roleplay fun
  • Kids will love the ‘hover’ effect, turning fans, cockpit and rotating warning light, just like on a real hovercraft air-cushion vehicle
  • The hovercraft features concealed wheels to enable its pretend travel over land, water, mud, ice, and other surfaces while on missions
  • Tired of hovering? Then create a Twin-Engine Aircraft with moving rudders and ailerons and take to the air
  • The LEGO Technic 2 in 1 set makes a great birthday, holiday or anytime gift for adventurous kids 8+ years old who love rescue vehicle toys
SKU: B08G4SR6C8
Dimensions: 7 x 35.4 x 19.1 cm; 575 Grams
Model: 42120
Material: Plastic
Colour: Multicolor
Pack Quantity: 457
Batteries Required: No
Batteries Included: No
Age: 8 – 99 years
Assembly: Yes
Colour: Multicolor
Material: Plastic
Quantity: 457

From the manufacturer

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LEGO Technic Rescue Hovercraft building kit

Discover the perfect gift for kids aged 8 and up who enjoy action play and love boats.

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Role-play rescue missions

This model is packed with authentic details, just like a real hovercraft, making it ideal for imaginative play.

LEGO Technic Rescue Hovercraft

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Realistic cockpit

Details include seats, control panel and handlebar.

Rotating fans

Warning lights and fans rotate as the vehicle moves.

Easy to steer

Use the gearwheel on top to control the hovercraft.

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Another model to build

Rebuild the hovercraft into a twin-engine aircraft.

Rotating blades

Steer the aircraft to see the blades rotate.

Moving rudders and ailerons

Check out the aircraft’s many features.

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2-in-1 model for even more building fun

Playtime lasts even longer as kids rebuild their rescue hovercraft into a twin-engine aircraft.

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