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Second Wave of LEGO DOTS Available!

The second wave of the super popular and fun LEGO DOTS sets are now available. The sets are full of decorative tiles in a rainbow of colors, and also a great selection of unique printed tiles. We discussed the sets in the first wave previously (see links at the end of this post), and below I have listed the new sets that are now available. Take a look and let me know what you think.

The first wave of LEGO DOTS sets included a selection of customizable bracelets, buildable desk supplies, and extra color and printed tiles in a small packet. All these sets are still available, and you can get them at the LEGO DOTS section of the Online LEGO Shop.

The second wave includes similar sets; more customizable bracelets, more buildable desk supplies, and a second packet of extra dots. The #41907 LEGO DOTS Desk Organizer comes with two open compartments and a drawer. The outside can be decorated with the colorful tiles (white, pinks and oranges – no printed tiles) in whatever pattern you like.

The #41914 LEGO DOTS Creative Picture Frames includes three buildable picture frames and tons of tiles for decoration in great colors (lavender, light-aqua, coral, yellow, black – no printed tiles). And the #41915 LEGO DOTS Jewelry Box features a brick-built jewelry box and dots in beautiful pastel colors (no printed tiles here either).

In the first wave, we got five individual bracelets; all with a great selection of printed tiles and other unique pieces. (We reviewed these previously, see links at the end of this post). In the second wave, we get three more individual bracelets; the #41911 LEGO DOTS Go Team! Bracelet, the #41917 LEGO DOTS Magic Forest Bracelet with some lovely printed lotuses and swirly designs, and the #41919 LEGO DOTS Power Bracelet with more unique prints.

Then, this time around, we also get a bracelet mega pack! The #41913 LEGO DOTS Bracelets Mega Pack features five different color bracelets and about 300 tiles to decorate them (including printed ones) – all in a nice project box to store everything.

The last new set is the #41916 LEGO DOTS Extra Dots – Series 2. As the name implies, these packets include extra tiles (both printed and un-printed) that can be used with the bracelets, the desk accessories, or for decorating your own LEGO creations.

I like LEGO DOTS a lot, especially the bracelets and Extra Dots sets. Besides decorating the bracelets, the pieces can be used for creating mosaics, signage, wall murals, and other decorations. Even just a few of these pieces can really spice up a LEGO creation due to the unique colors and prints. If you haven’t done so already, give them a try! The sets are available at the LEGO DOTS section of the Online LEGO Shop.

What do you think? Do you have any of the LEGO DOTS sets? How do you like them? And what custom projects do you use the tiles for? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below!

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  • Tanner May 29, 2020, 11:52 AM

    Very cool. We will definitely get these. They are great for signs and murals.

  • Julian May 29, 2020, 8:21 PM

    I wish the storage trays had better lids. The trays are nice and sturdy, but the lids feel a little flimsy.

  • Okosh May 30, 2020, 6:05 PM

    Okay, so I tried to spell out DOTS with the dots pieces like they have it on the logo, but I can’t do it. I can do the S and the T like they have it on the logo, but I can’t do the D and the O when the letters are three studs tall. If I make the D, O, and T four studs, then I can’t do the S. Help?

    • Håkan May 30, 2020, 9:33 PM

      I don’t think it’s possible to do it as in the actual logo with currently produced Lego parts. I guess you can do a three studs slanted O with 27925 Tile, Round Corner 2 x 2 Macaroni and 25269 Tile, Round 1 x 1 Quarter and a D by combining 27925 and 25269 with actual square tiles.

      (I guess you can also do a four studs S by zigzagging the quarter round tiles in a diagonal in the middle, which would create a readable, but somewhat serpentine shape)

      Perhaps you could also utilize an offset jumper or add the 39739 Tile, Round 1 x 1 Heart in some way. The shape looks closer to a true diagonal but its general shape seems to be slightly out of the System.

      Or 27263 Tile, Modified 2 x 2 Corner with Cut Corner – Facet.

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