Set:7162

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Set 7162 Rotor is a large boxed set released in 2010, portraying the villain Rotor, member of Von Nebula's gang.

Profile

  • Name: Rotor
  • Type: Large Set
  • Set number: 7162
  • Subtheme: Villains
  • Release date: July 2010
  • Pieces: 145
  • MSRP: $19.99 (US)
  • Ages: 8-16
  • Instructions

Product Description

The following is a product description taken directly from LEGO. View the source here

Attack from every direction with Rotor!
Incoming object identified as LEGO® HERO FACTORY® villain Rotor, one of Von Nebula’s most dangerous minions. Capable of incredible speeds and mobility with his helicopter jet pack, Rotor uses his lethal biohazard gas to attack from every direction! Get too close and the whir of his rotors might be the last sound you’ll ever hear!

*Armed with biohazard gas shooter and meteor blaster
*Helicopter jet pack spans over 10” (25cm)
*Over 8” (20 cm) tall

Set Information

The set's box

The set consists of 145 pieces.

Features

The set features a Meteor Blaster, which is connected to the bottom of Rotor's left forearm. Rotor has a jetpack on his back, and the jetpack can move higher or lower to fly in a straight direction. The jetpack has a rotor can spin around.

Collectibles

The set includes an orange helmet. Despite the helmet having no eye holes, Rotor has an orange head. His forearms and chest armor have various stickers.

Trivia

  • Unlike 7148 Meltdown and 7157 Thunder, which have their Meteor Blasters placed on their left forearms horizontally, Rotor's Meteor Blaster is placed vertically.
  • Rotor's legs are built the same way as Bionicle's large sets in 2006-2009.
  • Rotor's blades are the same as Tuma's sword and the Cendox V1's blades from Bionicle 2001-2010/Generation 1.
  • The Biohazard Gas Shooter has a silver piece that is the same as the Av-Matoran sets' from Bionicle G1.
  • Unlike Hero Factory's sets in 2010-2012 and Bionicle's 2009 and 2010 sets that have Glatorian heads that wear helmets, Rotor's helmet and Vapor's helmet from 7179 Bulk & Vapour do not have eye holes.
  • In Rotor's prototype set, he has silver shoulder armor and does not have orange tubes. The television episodes depict Rotor as this.