When we discussed the new LEGO DOTS bracelets (see: LEGO DOTS Customizable Bracelets Review), I mentioned that I also ordered the #41908 LEGO Extra DOTS – Series 1 at the same time, but since it was on backorder, it took an extra couple of days for it to arrive. Now that I have it, I thought to talk about it in more detail.
Like the name implies, #41908 LEGO Extra DOTS – Series 1 includes extra 1×1 tiles to decorate your LEGO DOTS bracelets and LEGO DOTS desk accessories. Each packet includes 109 quarter-round and round tiles in total, including some printed and glitter pieces. The quarter-round tiles come in pink (19 each), dark-turquoise, magenta, and yellow-green (all of them 20 each). The round tiles come in glitter-translucent-blue (20 each), and white with print (10 each).
The most exciting pieces are the 10 printed tiles, as they come with 16 possible unique designs. Please note that which printed tiles you receive in each packet is random. So, amongst the 10 possible pieces per packet, you may get all different ones, or doubles, or even more of the same design. I got a couple of doubles in my packet. Also note that you will actually get one extra printed tile (so, 11 in total), as LEGO always includes one extra of each 1×1 element. And of course, you also get one extra for each color and shape of the non-printed elements.
Designs include a lighting bolt, a bone, a music note, a strawberry, a watermelon, a diamond, a rainbow heart, a rainbow poop, a skull, what they look like lavender tiger spots, and 6 different emojis with various facial expressions. All the different prints can be used as additional decorations for the LEGO DOTS bracelets and desk accessories. And of course, you can use them in other ways as well for various arts, crafts, and other building projects. The emojis are particularly useful for giving expressive facial expressions to brick-built characters, like this cute little robot shared by Reddit user ToaTom.
You may notice that this set is named #41908 LEGO Extra DOTS – Series 1, so we can expect more series in the future. The packets are only $3.99 each, so it’s worth to get extra ones for larger decorative projects like mosaics (limit per household is 50). If you are interested to get some they are available at the LEGO DOTS section of the Online LEGO Shop.
What do you think? How do you like LEGO DOTS? Do you have any of the sets or extra packets yet? Did you make your own patterns? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below!
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