Here you’ll find reviews of Lego sets old and new.
This Lego beach buggy and windsurfer set was released in 1992. A really neat little set with some nifty design elements. For a set with just 44 pieces (Bricklink stats – I didn’t take mine apart to count!), there’s a lot of playability. There’s not just the beach buggy, but there’s also the windsurfing … Continue reading #FlashbackFriday – 6544 Beach Bandit
I honestly can’t believe that this set is nearly 30 years old (!) and was released back in 1988! This set has masses of playability. It comes with two minifigures and their grey suitcase – all ready for a trip away! Stand out features are the spoiler and sunroof, the stand under the ball hitch … Continue reading #FLASHBACKFRIDAY – 6590 VACATION CAMPER
#39001 Desert Rover Released back in 2011, the Desert Rover polybag was a promo with The Sun newspaper – and what a great little car this is. I bought this recently unopened from DoneDeal. I don’t own any other sets from the Pharaoh’s Quest range (I didn’t get it to complete a collection or anything), but … Continue reading #39001 – Desert Rover
I’m finding it hard to write any kind of an unbiased review about this set because I love it so so much!! Cost: €29.99 Pieces: 243 For an AFOL who’s interested in creating a Lego Town, Friends sets are a great way to add something other than police or fire to your layout; and while … Continue reading #41129 – Lego Friends Amusement Park Hot Dog Van
I’ll get straight to the point. This is a great set. Lego Friends Treasure Hunt in Heartlake City is a Lego/DK book/build combo with 103 Lego Pieces, Build Instructions (which depict scenes from the story) along with some real world facts. I think this a great product and really shows the possibilities of Lego. Each … Continue reading Review – Lego/DK Treasure Hunt in Heartlake City