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How to motorize the LEGO Hogwarts Express

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When we talked about the new LEGO Harry Potter sets, we mentioned that, unfortunately, the #75955 LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Express is not set up for motorization right out of the box. Some LEGO trains come with all Power Functions elements included (like the LEGO City trains we talked about previously). Some LEGO trains don’t […]

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Combining three LEGO rollers coasters

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As we discussed previously, LEGO released three roller coaster sets in a short period of time to introduce the new roller coaster track system. The three sets are the #70922 LEGO Batman Movie The Joker Manor, the #10261 LEGO Creator Roller Coaster, and the #31084 LEGO Creator 3-in-1 Pirate Roller Coaster. You can find reviews […]

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LEGO App-Controlled Batmobile coming!

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We recently talked about the two new LEGO City trains that integrate the reworked LEGO Power Functions system (see: LEGO City Trains with New Power Functions). To summarize the most important changes from our previous discussion; the new system works with Bluetooth instead of infrared, the connectors are now the same as the LEGO BOOST […]

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Illuminated & animated billboards for LEGO

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LEGO customizer BrickStuff is known for making very high-quality light-kits for LEGO sets and custom creations. Many of the lighted LEGO displays you find online and at LEGO conventions are powered by BrickStuff lights. The uniqueness of BrickStuff is that their lights are so tiny and their wires so thin that they can fit inside […]

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LEGO Architecture Statue of Liberty facelift

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When we talked about the #21042 LEGO Architecture Statue of Liberty(see: LEGO Architecture Statue of Liberty Review), we discussed that while both the pedestal and the statue itself had beautiful and impressive designs, the flat face and unusually long neck appeared somewhat odd. I was hoping that someone will come up with a good alternate […]

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LOMO – the LEGO compatible coding game

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There is an interesting LEGO-related project on Indiegogo that I was recently made aware of. LOMO is an interactive coding game introducing children to all four elements of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) by using a LEGO-compatible robot, control board, and coding bricks, but without the need of an app or other screen-based software. LOMO […]

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i-Brix wireless lights for LEGO coming soon!

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If you are a regular reader here, you might remember the exciting wireless technology for lighting up LEGO creations developed by i-Brix (see: Update on i-Brix Wireless Lighting for LEGO) . After a successful Kickstarter campaign, the i-Brix team has been hard at work to wrap up the design and manufacture of the first i-Brix […]

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More LEGO travel-trailers & camper-vans

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Back in 2016, we discussed all the various travel-trailers, camper-vans, and motor-homes LEGO released through the years (see: LEGO Travel-Trailers & Camper-Vans). We went all the way back to the 1970s, when the first LEGO recreational vehicles appeared, then looked through the ’80s and the ’90s, finally finishing in 2016. As we mentioned in that […]

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