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LEGO Friends summers sets reviews

by admin on August 4, 2013

in LEGO Friends

The long-awaited LEGO Friends summer sets are now available at the Online LEGO Shop and at LEGO stores, and I wanted to show you two of the best ones in more detail; the #41005 LEGO Friends Heartlake High, and the #41015 LEGO Friends Dolphin Cruiser! So let’s check them out! 🙂

LEGO Friends Summer Sets

#41005 LEGO FRIENDS HEARLAKE HIGH: In my opinion this is one of the best LEGO Friends sets. Not just because of the design, colors, accessories and mini-dolls, but also because a school is a must in Hearlake City! In fact I’m surprised LEGO didn’t release it earlier! Girls love role-playing based on real-life scenarios, and school is a big part of their life. Below are pictures of the whole school-building from the front and the back. You can also configure the school-building in two ways: a two-story building, or as a one-story long building. And, as usual with LEGO Friends sets, there are lots of really sweet accessories! 😀

#41005 LEGO Friends Heartlake High School

#41005 LEGO Friends Heartlake High Details

#41005 LEGO Friends Hearlake High Alternate Configuration

Here is the official description of the set: Have an exciting day at Heartlake High with Stephanie and Matthew. Ride Stephanie’s pretty blue bike to school! First, store her bag and her laptop in the locker, then head to science class and study plant cells under the microscope, experiment with chemical reactions using the beakers or look through the astronomy telescope. Be the star of biology class when Ms. Stevens calls you to the chalkboard to identify the different parts of the owl’s body! Help Matthew to point out the capital cities on the world map in geography class! Then Stephanie and Matthew wash their hands before lunch. Take some sandwiches and juice from the cafeteria and eat in the sun on the picnic table. Bring on the creative fun after lunch with art class and an easel, and then have music class with the guitar. After school, play basketball with Matthew or go for a bike ride! Includes Stephanie, Matthew and Ms. Stevens mini-doll figures. 487 pieces. Price: $49.99 – BUY HERE

#41015 LEGO FRIENDS DOLPHIN CRUISER: This is one of the most interesting LEGO Friends sets, and one of the most unique LEGO sets ever. LEGO never released a cruise-ship before, so there has been a lot of interest in this set not just from kids, but also adult LEGO fans. True to the LEGO Friends line the cruise-ship is full of details and accessories and it doesn’t disappoint!

#41015 LEGO Friends Dolphin Cruiser

#41015 LEGO Friends Dolphin Cruiser Details

Here is the official description of the set: Set course for an ocean adventure on the Dolphin Cruiser with Mia, Maya and Andrew. Steer the boat with Andrew and take the girls for a spin around Lighthouse Island! Shoot down the waterslide or go waterskiing with the personal water scooter when you find a great place to swim! Lay in the sun on the chaise lounges or search for dolphin friends with the sonar! Later, serve up snacks at the picnic table or blend up some yummy fruit drinks at the snack bar! When the sun goes down, open the Dolphin Cruiser to play inside. Get Mia and Maya ready for the party on the captain’s deck with a shower and some primping in the bathroom. Afterwards, hang out in the lower deck living room and tuck the LEGO Friends into cozy beds. Includes Mia, Maya and Andrew mini-doll figures. 612 pieces. Price: $69.99 – BUY HERE

There are also some smaller LEGO Friends sets released this summer that you might also like. If you are interested in any of the new LEGO Friends sets check out the Online LEGO Shop. Also, don’t forget that this month you will get a free LEGO ice-cream stand with any LEGO Friends purchase! 😀

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So what do you think? How do you like the new LEGO Friends sets? Did you get any of them yet? And how do you like the school and the cruise-ship? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below! 😉

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Acka bacca August 4, 2013 at 10:33 AM

I’ve gotta admit that the cruise ship is pretty cool but I don’t think my sisters going to be buying that anytime soon as she’s got her eyes on the bakery (she loves making cupcakes so its pretty much destiny for her to get it 😀 ) and tends to buy only smaller sets, unlike me who buys anything that I thinks cool regardless of price unless its over £70 🙂
Is there a word limit that my post shouldn’t go past admin? Just wondering as I tend to write a lot when I’m in my zone 😀

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Legoman640 August 4, 2013 at 2:15 PM

I don’t think so. 😕

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Kaitlin February 4, 2015 at 7:35 PM

That is rude you could atleast say I’m not trying to afend any of you Lego friend lovers like me!

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ninja of stealth August 5, 2013 at 7:40 PM

I agree the cruse ship is cool but the theme (the minifigures , if you can call them that.) no, no thank you, I like collecting darker pieces and not pink ( I hope this comment does not affined anyone, if so i’m sorry but its just my opinion) 😀

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Legoman640 August 4, 2013 at 2:21 PM

These sets are amazing! :mrgreen: I love the cruise ship and the school!

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