No matter the emergency, when it comes to search and rescue missions, the Airbus H175 is first responders trusted mode of transportation. Lego’s 2,000-piece set lets aspiring engineers not only create one of their own but also learn how the rotorcraft works with the motorized and manual features of the real-life version. Once complete, the motor will spin the rotor and tail at slow and fast rotor speeds and operate the retractable landing gear, winch, and engines, while builders can explore the steering mechanism and pitch of the rotor blades. The building set is ideal for ages 11 and up and requires 6 AA batteries. Also don’t forget to check our list of the biggest LEGO sets ever made.
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