I found this at my local Lego store, and picked it up mainly because I really wanted a light brick and this was the least expensive way to get it. This is my first review on Eurobricks.
Set Number: 5764
Set Name: Rescue Robot
Price: €14.99 / $16.99
The box is about 26cm x 19cm. The front shows the three models and the light brick on the front.
On the top, it shows a list of the bricks included.
The back shows the three different models.
Inside, there are two instruction manuals and two unnumbered bags.
There are lots of nice parts, but nothing really special. The amount of pieces is actually a bit low for a Creator set.
These are the most notable pieces in the set. There is a 2x2 curved slope piece in metallic gray/silver, plus two teeth pieces. Also the light brick seems to have some film that needs to be removed before it can be used.
Here is the light brick lit up. It has an orange light, not yellow which the box suggests.
The front page of the first manual showing how the light brick should be used.
Random instruction page.
Here are a few shots that I took as I was building.
Here are some pictures of the finished set.
It has a lot of joints but limited poseability.
Comparison to a minifigure:
The build was simple and easy, like all Creator sets. It takes about 10-15 minutes for an experienced builder.
There is not much playability, other than the light brick, but it is better than most Creator sets in this price range.
This set was a decent parts pack, with lots of hinges and joints, although probably not as good as other Creator sets. The most useful is the light brick, as this is currently the cheapest set that has a light brick in it. I usually like that most Creator sets have a lot of good pieces, and while the models do have some playability features, sets such as this one should only be bought if you're looking for some good joint pieces or you need a light brick.
End of Review.
Edited by WhiteFang, 07 December 2010 - 02:35 AM.
Indexed and poll added