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LEGO Creator 7346: Seaside House by LEGO Creator
- LEGO Creator Seaside House 7346
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Profitez de la mer dans votre propre maison de bord de mer 3-en-1 - fait l'échelle de la figurine. Faire du surf sur la planche de surf, utiliser la douche extérieure et ensuite faire griller une fête sur la plage. Il suffit de regarder pour la Mouette embêtante, assis dans le palmier - il a faim trop. Cette maison de bord de mer détaillée comprend également un toit ouvrant et un toit amovible pour un accès facile. Lorsque vous êtes prêt pour un bâtiment de mer différentes, utiliser l'alternative fournie bâtiment pas au pour reconstruire dans une maison avec une cabane de plage ou un appartement de vacances mignon. Comprend la figurine du surfeur. Intérieur 2 étages caractéristiques avec ouverture de toit, toit amovible, double portes, véranda et douche comprend figurine de surfeur, mouette, crabes et poissons Packed avec accessoires, y compris la bouée de sauvetage, planche de surf, grill, Château de sable et même une vague dans la mer, maison, avec des fonctionnalités de cabane de plage un flux avec pont, palm tree et boisson machine dans la jetée de mer hut vacances appartement caractéristiques, meubles de terrasse et patio
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My caveat would be don't be put off by the 7-12 age recommendation on the box. It made me pause prior to ordering because my daughter is 12, the top end of the given range. Seems not to matter at all. It's not too easy but construction of the different house styles is not too difficult. It's just perfect - just enough challenge but not frustrating. Really, it should be ages 7-100! I also love that the Creator sets are unisex and appeal to either gender. One more warning - some of the pieces are quite small and sometimes the girls need help prying pieces apart. Not a big deal. My other critique of Lego would be that there seem to be SO many sets and themes geared towards boys that it is hard to find sets that are gender neutral. My girls aren't into Star Wars or Harry Potter. But, these Creator sets are 100% worth the money and I'm looking forward to buying more if new models come out in 2013.
This set arrived in June of 2012 and is part of Lego's wonderful Creator line (more on that below). The last time Lego did a beach-themed house was 2008 with set #4996. This year's set is a vast improvement, and though there has been significant price appreciation, the design is much better and it includes a far more interesting selection of hard-to-find bricks, especially the many light-blue bricks. The main build for this set is a modest two-story house with a red roof, stairway, upstairs deck, and plenty of doors and windows. What sets this design apart are the many small details. The beach has a sand castle and breaking waves. The side of the house has an outdoor shower with a hanging towel. There is the obligatory BBQ. The palm tree is all brick built. The second build is what might be called a two-story beach cabana with a little wooden pier. The last design includes two unattached buildings separated by a watercourse and footbridge. One of the buildings looks like a seaside drink/snack stand. All of the designs include the ability to remove roofs in order to gain access to the interior. Except for the seaside stand, none of the buildings have interior features. There is one mini-figure included, along with a surfboard.
Play-wise, this set works well with a wide range of Lego's other themes, especially the City and Friends lines (though my kids have no trouble placing Princess Leia and Harry Potter in a Creator house). It is mini-figure size, unlike some of the other Creator sets. And the set makes a great gift because if the child does not like it, they have the ability to make a wide range of other structures. At the very least, it is a good collection of very useful bricks.
So far, this is Lego's only Creator house for 2012. Lego had three Creator structures in 2011, two of which I still strongly recommend: 5766 Log Cabin and 5770 Lighthouse. Creator sets are made primarily out of general-use bricks and come with instructions for multiple builds. This is closer to how Lego was when I was a child, and it encourages kids to rebuild the structures either as the other designs or their own. The Creator sets, however, use more ingenious building techniques than what Lego offered decades ago. These are really marvels of miniature design.
Finally, at the risk of sounding like a shill for Lego, the Creator section of the Lego website has a nice collection of short videos that feature their own designers explaining advanced building techniques. These videos mesh nicely with this set.
This Seaside House set, from the Creator series, was a hit for the colors -- sand and light blue -- as well as some neat new pieces to our collection including palm tree pieces and big french doors with clear "glass." The completed constructions were fun not only to build but to play with. My son appreciated how the houses extended into landscape (true beachfront property) and the little "extras" like the sand castle, crab, espresso machine (seriously?! cute), and river with bridge.
I prefer the Creator series to LEGO's other series because:
* colors are more vibrant and earthier than the grey/black-heavy City series or various series with branded character/theme (lots of blues, greens, browns, golds, reds)
* the objects are from real life (houses, boats, animals, etc.), allowing children to identify with them while leaving fantasy designs such as dragons to the kids' own imaginations
* three sets of instruction means more play value
This was her third set and she had a lot of fun putting together one variation, taking it apart, making another one, and again, the last one. She loves the moving parts, the extra details and says she wants to live inside one of the houses!
A great set from LEGO and with three options for building, one of their best values.