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  2. Brickset

    [RSS]: This week's top news articles

    These are the most read articles that we've posted over the last couple of weeks: Article Date posted Views Likes Review: 71044 Disney Train and Station 13 Aug 27126 162 The one with the new LEGO Ideas set 08 Aug 24233 134 The new VIP program: your questions answered 07 Aug 13209 88 Disney Train arriving soon! 13 Aug 12908 106 LEGO teases F·R·I·E·N·D·S! 06 Aug 10999 82 Review: 70423 Paranormal Intercept Bus 3000 09 Aug 10531 103 Review: 75965 The Rise of Voldemort 06 Aug 9738 98 Review: 75895 1974 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.0 11 Aug 9614 88 2019 Inside Tour report 05 Aug 9173 107 Review: 70422 Shrimp Shack Attack 15 Aug 8114 94 © 2019 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  3. There's still time to pre-order a box of series 19 before their release on September 1st: This month we are offering Brickset readers an excellent preorder only offer for the new Minifigures Series 19 New/Unopened Box of 60 for only €179.99 when you enter code Brickset62 at checkout. That’s a saving of €59.41 / £17 / $36 (compared to the local RRP of 60 individual figures) Please note, this is a preorder only offer and all preorders will be shipped around the 2nd-4th September 2019. © 2019 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  4. OneOfAll

    Lego Ideas

    Не е много LEGO Ideas, но е свързано със сет от тази серия. Изключително много радва как е направена планетата.
  5. OneOfAll

    Lego Stranger Things

    Явно KevFett2011 е голям фен на Stranger Things и е направил различни сцени от трите сезона на сериала. Пускам последното му творение, но останалите може да видите в албума му от тук.
  6. OneOfAll

    МОК-ове превозни средства

    Mercedes-Benz 300 SL
  7. TheNewElementary

    [RSS]: LEGO® Ideas review: 21319 Central Perk

    Well, it might not have been your day, your week, your month, or even your year but we are here for you with our review of the new LEGO® Ideas 21319 Central Perk set. Could you BE any more excited? Well it might depend on whether you actually ever watched the television series Friends back in the 1990s. LEGO Ideas 21319 Central Perk is rated for ages 16+ and contains 1070 elements, seven minifigures and a small sticker sheet. It is due for release on 1 September 2019. Let's go and have a coffee with some friends now. Continue reading »View the full article
  8. Brickset

    [RSS]: Random set of the day: Slytherin

    Today's random set is 4735 Slytherin, released in 2002. It's one of 17 Harry Potter sets produced that year. It contains 90 pieces and 3 minifigs, and its retail price was US$10/£8.99. It's owned by 2696 Brickset members. If you want to add it to your collection you might find it for sale at BrickLink or eBay. Continue reading » © 2019 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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  10. Brickset

    [RSS]: What's hot this week

    These are the sets that have been viewed the most this week: TW LW Set Views 1 71044 Disney Train and Station 9427 2 2 ↔ 21319 Friends Central Perk 3219 3 1 ↓ 75192 Millennium Falcon 2753 4 9493 X-wing Starfighter 2459 5 8 ↑ 70419 Wrecked Shrimp Boat 2102 6 7 ↑ 42099 4x4 X-Treme Off-Roader 1961 7 6 ↓ 21318 Treehouse 1922 8 71040 Disney Castle 1917 9 70505 Temple of Light 1709 10 75895 1974 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.0 1633 © 2019 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  11. Brickset

    [RSS]: Using Boost for GBCs

    LEGO has recently started selling the Boost Powered Up! components separately at LEGO.com, and earlier in the year I was sent a set of them to review. I wasn't sure how to do so at first, given that on their own they are not terribly exciting, until I had the idea of creating a Great Ball Contraption (GBC) module that used them in some way. I'm not the first to use the Boost hub for GBC but I've not seen much evidence of widespread use, probably for two reasons: you need a phone or tablet to be constantly connected to it, and because it's battery powered it's not really suitable for use at public displays over several days where machines are expected to run faultlessly non-stop in a circuit of continually flowing balls. So, if I was to make use of it and create something that could be used at displays I'd have to solve the power problem first. Luckily, I'm adept at wielding a soldering iron so it turned out to be relatively easy. Advisory: This article contains explicit images depicting mutilation and modification of LEGO pieces. If you are of a nervous disposition, do not read any further. Continue reading » © 2019 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  12. Our second Parts Festival participant is Jaroslaw Walter (jarekwally on Flickr, Facebook & Instagram), a Polish LEGO® builder living in Ireland who is a member of the LEGO User Groups LUGPOL, Zbudujmy.to, Brick.ie and Lug.ie. Here's the first of the varied creations he's made for us. Building LEGO should make us happy. Personally I build to de-stress and forget about everyday problems. It helps a lot. I like enter to my room, sit down and combine different elements. At some point, ideas come to my mind. For this creation I used various parts from the selection provided by New Elementary. Continue reading »View the full article
  13. Brickset

    [RSS]: Random set of the day: Go-Kart

    Today's random set is 8256 Go-Kart, released in 2009. It's one of 11 Technic sets produced that year. It contains 144 pieces, and its retail price was US$14.99/£14.99. It's owned by 1885 Brickset members. If you want to add it to your collection you might find it for sale at BrickLink or eBay. Continue reading » © 2019 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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  15. Brickset

    [RSS]: Major changes at LEGO.com

    I'm not sure exactly when this happened, but yesterday I was informed by LEGO's affiliate network that shop.LEGO.com has ceased to exist and, effectively, LEGO.com is now what used to be shop.LEGO.com. Redirections are in place so the links from here to there should all still work, but we'll update them in due course. Much of the content that was often prominent on the home page -- games, videos and so on -- can now be found in the Kids zone. I guess the change makes perfect sense given that the main purpose of the site is to sell products, not entertain kids. It certainly looks to be an improvement but take a look around yourself and let us know what you think: USA | Canada | UK | Germany | France. © 2019 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  16. OneOfAll

    Lego Stranger Things

    Barb's Disappearing. Видео как обръща създателят модела :D
  17. OneOfAll

    Space & Hi-Tech MOC

    Hovercar
  18. TheNewElementary

    [RSS]: 2019 Parts Fest #1: Duncan Lindbo's TRT13 dropship

    Our Parts Festival begins today! If you missed yesterday's post introducing the LEGO® parts that our selected builders are using in their creations, check it out. To kick things off proper today though we have the one returning builder from a previous parts festival, Duncan Lindbo (donutsftw on Flickr and Instagram). Duncan is a member of the North Carolina LEGO Users Group who generally builds mecha and Space stuff and for his first build he has chosen one of the most peculair and controversial elements from our selection. Stud shooters: Kids love ‘em (I assume, since LEGO keeps making new ones) and AFOLs hate ‘em. So Shooter w/ Cross Axle, No. 1 (6248534|41812) probably wasn’t a part I would have sought out on my own but now that I’ve got my hands on a bunch of them (thanks Tim!) let’s see what I can come up with. The various ridges, flaps, and clips that facilitate the stud-shootin’ action give this piece some interesting texture, and because every part is a spaceship (or mech) part, my first thought was to use them as thrusters/engines on a mini spaceship. Continue reading »View the full article
  19. TheNewElementary

    [RSS]: 2019 Parts Fest #1: Duncan Lindbo's TRT13 dropship

    Our Parts Festival begins today! If you missed yesterday's post introducing the LEGO® parts that our selected builders are using in their creations, check it out. To kick things off proper today though we have the one returning builder from a previous parts festival, Duncan Lindbo (donutsftw on Flickr and Instagram). Duncan is a member of the North Carolina LEGO Users Group who generally builds mecha and Space stuff and for his first build he has chosen one of the most peculair and controversial elements from our selection. Stud shooters: Kids love ‘em (I assume, since LEGO keeps making new ones) and AFOLs hate ‘em. So Shooter w/ Cross Axle, No. 1 (6248534|41812) probably wasn’t a part I would have sought out on my own but now that I’ve got my hands on a bunch of them (thanks Tim!) let’s see what I can come up with. The various ridges, flaps, and clips that facilitate the stud-shootin’ action give this piece some interesting texture, and because every part is a spaceship (or mech) part, my first thought was to use them as thrusters/engines on a mini spaceship. Continue reading »View the full article
  20. Brickset

    [RSS]: Random set of the day: ARC-170 Fighter

    Today's random set is 7259 ARC-170 Fighter, released in 2005. It's one of 26 Star Wars sets produced that year. It contains 396 pieces and 4 minifigs, and its retail price was US$40/£29.99. It's owned by 5989 Brickset members. If you want to add it to your collection you might find it for sale at BrickLink or eBay. Continue reading » © 2019 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  21. Brickset

    [RSS]: Review: 70422 Shrimp Shack Attack

    Ghosts vary significantly in their capabilities and those appearing in the Hidden Side theme seem especially powerful. They are absolutely invisible so commonly avoid capture and may possess an incredible range of different minifigures, objects and even buildings! 70422 Shrimp Shack Attack certainly exemplifies this extraordinary ability, focusing upon a simple restaurant which can transform between standard and ghoulish designs. This distinctive set looks brilliant in official images and has elicited considerable anticipation among many fans, especially given its price of £44.99 or $49.99 which appears rather reasonable in my opinion. Continue reading » © 2019 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  22. Привет! Вече преливам от сетове и трябва да разчистя място. Не съм гледал за цени затова вие предложете може да ъпдейтвам темата със сетове или цени. Ако ви интересува нещо пишете ми на лично. От София съм и предавам лично. Сетовете са запазени някои са хванали прах и в момента са на части повечето продавам ги без кутии, но с инструкции. Само Hailfire веригата липсва и една счупена част 20 лв Само катапултите Неразпечатан Липсват 10-тина части 2 БРОЯ Има счупена част флаг Липсва една кафява решетка и езна шапка
  23. OneOfAll

    МОК-ове превозни средства

    Honda NSX Rocket Bunny
  24. OneOfAll

    Впечатляващи модели на роботи

    Clay's Battlesuit
  25. TheNewElementary

    [RSS]: 2019 Parts Fest #1: Introducing the Elements

    It is Parts Fest time once more here at New Elementary. We have posted a lovely selection of new-for-2019 LEGO® elements to some of the most innovative, inspiring builders we know and love. This time our featured builders are from Ireland, the Netherlands, UK, Germany, USA, Poland, France and Sweden; each with their own style and techniques to bring to our parts festival. In this first post, we wanted to introduce the elements included in this parts festival. All the elements are new to 2019 and almost all are completely new element moulds. Without further ado, let's meet the elements. Continue reading »View the full article
  26. Brickset

    [RSS]: Random set of the day: AT-AT

    Today's random set is 4483 AT-AT, released in 2003. It's one of 20 Star Wars sets produced that year. It contains 1068 pieces and 4 minifigs, and its retail price was US$100/£89.99. It's owned by 3607 Brickset members. If you want to add it to your collection you might find it for sale at BrickLink or eBay. Continue reading » © 2019 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  27. Banderbox is an interesting crowdfunding project that looks perfect for those with kids whose LEGO is getting out of control and under foot. Essentially it's a plastic box which folds flat for easy access to the contents that incorporates a building plate on its lid. Models built onto it can be folded back into the box intact when it's time to put it all away. There's also a pouch available that attaches to the side and can be used for keeping special parts in. It comes in a range of bold and pastel colours and can be stacked. There are available at a special launch price of £25 in the UK and around $30 in the US. You can find out more and pledge your support at Indiegogo or watch a short video and see more pictures after the break. Continue reading » © 2019 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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