5866 Rotor Rescue

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Rotor Rescue
5866 Rotor Rescue
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Flag-US $12.99
Flag-DE €9.99
Flag-UK £8.99
Flag-AU $14.99


6 - 12


December 4, 2009 (US) / December 30, 2009 (UK)



5866 Rotor Rescue is a Creator set released in 2009. It contains 149 pieces and building instructions for three different models, including a helicopter, air show bi-plane, or a high-octane speed boat. The helicopter configuration in the set resembles a helicopter used by the US Coast Guard, mostly the Eurocopter Dolphin, hence the name Rotor Rescue. Although it resembles this, says it is a mountain rescue helicopter. It is recommended for children aged 6 through to 12. Description This is a quote taken from Do not modify it. (visit this item's product page)

3-in-1 LEGO® helicopter to the rescue!
There’s no need to fear when this heroic mountain rescue helicopter is on the job! With working rotors and a back ramp, it also includes instructions for rebuilding the pieces into an exciting air show bi-plane or a high-octane speed boat. A great 3-in-1 building experience!

  • Helicopter to the rescue! Build it, then transform into a bi-plane or speed boat!
  • Rotors on the helicopter rotors really spin!
  • Ages 6+


  • Even though the helicopter is not up to minifigure scale, its 2 other models, the speedboat and the biplane are made up to minifigure scale.
  • In the biplane model, the second wing can be lifted off which creates the impression of a sports plane.
  • On you can get the instructions to make another boat that is powered by a propeller engine at the back.
  • The helicopter is seen in singer Ed Sheeran's music video for the song "Lego House."




Building instruction (Part 1)
Building instruction (Part 2)

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