LEGO Power Miners Titanium Command Rig (8964)

LEGO Power Miners Titanium Command Rig (8964)

  • Planetary drill spins when rig moves; transforms into vertical drilling platform
  • Cage and crane for holding rock monsters and laboratory for examining them
  • Titanium Command Rig in vertical position measures 13 inches (33cm) long by 8 inches (20.3cm)
  • Features 1 red rock-throwing monster, 1 blue rock monster and 3 minifigures (1 scientist, 1 Power Miner and 1 boss miner)
  • Contains 706 pieces
  • Net shooter and dynamite launcher and zip line for transporting monster cage
  • Wide by 17.5 inches (44.5cm) tall; red rock throwing monster measures 2.5 inches (6.4cm) tall

With a rumble of wheels and a powerful planetary drill, here comes the Titanium Command Rig! The Power Miners mobile headquarters transforms from massive rolling vehicle to vertical mining platform with dual-geared spinning drill and lots of gear and accessories. Just watch out for the giant red rock-throwing monster and his lever-action throwing arm!

* Features 1 red rock-throwing monster, 1 blue rock monster and 3 minifigures: 1 scientist, 1 Power Miner and 1 boss miner!

Rating: (out of 8 reviews)

List Price: $ 99.99

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5 thoughts on “LEGO Power Miners Titanium Command Rig (8964) ”

  1. Review by for LEGO Power Miners Titanium Command Rig (8964)
    I was very excited to start building this set. It took me around 4 – 5 hours to build it. It looks very cool when it is all done.

    The net launcer does not launch the net as far as it is supposed to.

    The rock monster does not throw the rocks as far as I saw on a different review.

    The crane tilt does not work good.

    The drill sometimes stalls.

    Only get it if you really, really want it as it is pretty expensive.

    If it were $50 it would be a better value, I think.

  2. Review by Catmom for LEGO Power Miners Titanium Command Rig (8964)
    My son loves this toy. The instructions are in TWO books and it took several days to put it together. My husband had to help my son finish it. My son made some mistakes putting it together and my husband had to correct those. The instructions are some times difficult to follow. Some of the pieces fell on the floor as it was being assembled and some of them got stepped on and bent, but they didn’t break. You will need lots of patience with tiny lego pieces to get this put together. It’s expensive, too. My son saved up the $100 to buy this over several months. I think it’s very over priced, but I have to admit, my son loves it and plays with it a lot.

  3. Review by XLeR8 for LEGO Power Miners Titanium Command Rig (8964)
    I just got my Titanium Command Rig in the mail. It’s the coolest LEGO toy in the world, I think!

    Some of my favorite things on it are how far Tremorox launches the rocks, and how high the tower is, and the features. The features are pretty cool. There are lots of features. Here some I like: the crane, net launcher, dynamite launcher and the drill. They all move!

    I also found some challenges with the TCR. Some good, some bad. I enjoyed putting the whole thing together. I did it by myself. It was not easy, but I put the whole thing together in about three hours. By the way, connecting the tower to the rest of the TCR is pretty hard.

    I bought my TCR on Amazon, because I looked at prices at other stores and not only was it less money, but I didn’t have to pay any taxes or shipping and handling! I’m glad to have saved money that way, because it’s the most expensive LEGO toy I’ve ever come across.

    Even though it was pricey, I had lots of fun putting it together and playing with it. If you’re a boy like me, I would highly recommend this toy!!!!!!!

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