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LEGO 71040 - Das Disney Schloss
|Preis:||EUR 429,99 GRATIS Lieferung innerhalb Deutschlands.|
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- Dieses Set bietet Kindern ab einem Alter von 16 Jahren ein altersgerechtes Bauerlebnis
- Lässt sich mit anderen LEGO® Minifiguren kombinieren, um endlose Abenteuer zu ermöglichen
- Das Disney Schloss ist 74 cm hoch, 48 cm breit und 31 cm tief
- Das Set enthält mehr als 4.000 LEGO® Steine
- Achtung: Nicht geeignet für Kinder unter 3 Jahre aufgrund verschluckbarer Kleinteile - Erstickungsgefahr !
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Mit dem Disney Schloss holst du die zauberhafte Disney Welt zu dir nach Hause. Dieses äußerst detaillierte LEGO® Modell besteht aus mehr als 4.000 Teilen, bietet ein lohnendes Bau- und Spielerlebnis und enthält einige faszinierende, zur Disney Themenwelt passende Funktionen. Die detaillierte Fassade und die Türme bilden wunderbar Cinderellas Märchenschloss aus dem Walt Disney World® Resort nach. Jeder zugängliche Raum des Schlosses verfügt über spezielle Funktionen, denen die größten Disney Zeichentrickfilme als Vorlage dienten und die zusammen mit den enthaltenen Minifiguren endlose Spielmöglichkeiten eröffnen: Micky Maus, Minnie Maus, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck und Tinkerbell. Du kannst aber auch Figuren aus deiner Sammlung benutzen.
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Now on to my review...wow where to start. Let us start with the sheer amount of pieces in various size, color, and shape. I truly enjoyed the plethora of pieces and building types. Mind you I'm a bigger guy, with large hands, and the fine detail work with 1x1 tiles and such was tedious. The building breakdown and illustrations were all easy to follow and didn't overwhelm you on any given step. The pieces come in bags from 1-14. The extremely thick manual and stickers come packaged in plastic without cardboard. The pieces themselves are tucked in one white flimsy box or placed alongside said box.
I was surprised to see that there were fewer stickers than I had anticipated. The stickers are of really good quality. The exposed brick stickers are laser cut and not just bricks printed on a larger gray background sticker. I was very concerned about the stickers being big and ugly. The set really is not complete without them. The illustrations do a good job of placement suggestion as well. In the end, I'm happy with my sticker placement.
The set utilizes most of its surface area well. I think there were some missed opportunities to incorporate more Disney easter eggs here and there. The archery area could also have used a little more detail as well. The addition of a rack for bow and quiver would have been nice.
The room details are well thought out. I like all of the Disney films presented in model. I think there is some area for Disney characters to maneuver within. I do wish the set had come with more characters. Cinderella would have been nice. I didn't mind having Mickey, Minnie, Daisy, and Donald as I skipped those in the mini figure collection. The best figure of the bunch though is Tinkerbell.
Now I'd like to talk about what I didn't like in the set. I thought the piece count is a little misleading as there are so many tiny pieces utilized here. The price per piece is on point, but it would have been nice to have more of the larger pieces when able to be used. Many times, as with most Lego sets, multiple 1x1 tiles are stacked when unnecessary. I'm not sure how the designers could have avoided stacking methodology.
My other main complaint is structural integrity of the set. This set CANNOT be easily moved without breaking down into 3 sections. I would avoid moving it at all costs for children under the age of 7. If they would like to play with the set, then I suggest placing it on the floor in 3 sections for ease of play. The final tower construction has the weakest structural integrity. I was assembling, with both hands, and the tower buckled/shot out of my hands and onto floor. Luckily only a few pieces came off, but the area between Snow White Mirror and above the mirror is extremely fragile. I'm not thrilled with the sets ability to teeter from tower up. The base is very very solid, but the jump plate usage above is lacking. I would be very careful about the handling of tower sections as well. Too tight of grip and one could buckle on you.
Overall I'm satisfied with this as a display piece. I highly recommend it for Disney and Castle Enthusiasts alike.
Pros: Piece shapes/colors, premium laser cut stickers, overall building aesthetic, detailed manual, display function, variety of extra pieces included
Cons: Structural integrity, misleading piece count
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The set is divided into numbered bags 1-14 with most of those stages having multiple bags. The nods to Disney works are present from the beginning, even before the walls go up. Two frogs near a crown symbolize the Frog Prince, and each 'room' of the castle contains nods to various films with accent pieces. Building could be a little monotonous, but with each stage developing a new scene area or containing a figure you can keep yourself amused.
There are no technic elements to be spoken of in this set, which was much appreciated by my wife, but the build still has some very technical aspects that result in very creative detail. The grandfather clock on the main floor is a lot of fun to piece together and the decorative aspects of the wall exterior give a great look to the finished set.
I gave the set a four-star rating essentially because it is more of an endurance test with a great looking display piece as a finishing trophy than it is a particularly challenging build. If you're considering buying this for your children to play with, keep in mind the price tag, the perpensity of children to lose pieces (or incorporate them into other Lego sets so you'll never see the pieces again), and the fact that the castle comes with only five minifigures. This is meant to be a display piece, and it does a pretty good job of that.
I'm including a photo of the grandfather clock I referenced earlier, taken while we were still building.