Random set of the day: Long Neck Dino

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Long Neck Dino

Long Neck Dino

©2004 LEGO Group

Today's random set is 7210 Long Neck Dino, released in 2004. It's one of 48 Creator sets produced that year. It contains 33 pieces.

It's owned by 116 Brickset members. If you want to add it to your collection you might find it for sale at BrickLink or eBay.


22 comments on this article

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By in Australia,

Man. Given the competition, I was so hoping it'd be a Clikit, today.

Anyway, that's actually a pretty good appoximation of a sauropod, you know, it really is.

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By in United States,

Kinda looks like something scraped together with some parts that were just lying around...

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By in United States,

What a coincidence that RSOTD is a dinosaur after all the JW news

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By in United States,

Long neck Dino being it’s scientific name of course. This thing looks like a cross between the Loch Ness Monster and K-9 from Doctor Who.

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By in United States,

XD @GeordiePaul that is exactly what it looks like!

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By in Netherlands,

Huge contrast compared to the recent T-rex announcement :D

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By in Australia,

Hey! My four year old posted this on the Ideas site!

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By in New Zealand,

This model is a zillion times more engaging than 75936! I would buy this.

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By in United States,

"Long Neck Dino"
10/10 naming strategy.

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By in Finland,

The name is almost like made up by me - I don't remember a single actual dinosaur name!

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By in United States,

Good dino doge

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By in Israel,

Hahaha! That name decision was like:
LEGO: let's give a kid this set and ask him what is it's name

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By in Russian Federation,

Go dinos.

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By in Turkey,

I would pass this even back then.

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By in Sweden,

I actually think it looks quite alright for a polybag brick-built dinosaur thingy something

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By in Spain,

Ohhh. Huwbot has stolen my idea for its picture!!

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By in United States,

Given pretty much all of it is common, basic bricks, I think it looks pretty darn good myself.

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By in United States,

10/10 dinosaur. Way better than the Jurassic park one. Why doesn't Lego make more sets like this one? And they wonder why profits are down.

*end satire*

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By in Italy,

I just love Huwbot's very subtle sense of humor.

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By in United States,

Lol, any idea why they chose yellow for the feet?!

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By in Netherlands,

@LegoSolo77 the picture saturation is bad, it's actually Tan.

I thought the same about the "yellow" at first glance.

Some photos of the model itself, and not the packaging look a lot better.

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By in Australia,

^The genius of the design is they built in details such as muddy footprints. Gonna bricklink this one and add it to the Flintstones house!

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