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#1154 SET REVIEW: 10275: Elf Club House

Today we're thrilled to be reviewing this year's Holiday set, the Elf Club House! We were sent this by LEGO to review but our view will be our own. We aim to provide a unique review from the perspective of a MOC builder and fan of building techniques and choose to score sets out of 100, giving 20 points each for a variety of factors.

Overall, it's a fantastic Holiday set with it’s unique design, ingenious roof techniques, great part selection and fun play features.

Check out the below images for all the new parts and interesting techniques:

Our full thoughts on each category are as follows:

Building techniques 19/20 – the slanted roof technique are very clever, along with the well-built toys and bed mechanism, technique lovers will enjoy this set

Part selection 19/20 – you get a lot of new colours for pieces in this set and a wide variety of pieces in white and sand green. The reindeer is a great inclusion and the stickers aren’t overwhelming yet add nice details.

Creativity 18/20 – an elf club house is quite different to our usual annual Holiday sets and the features such as the waffle machine, bed mechanism and interior space and all pretty unique too.

Value for money 16/20 – at first glance the price-to-part ratio is incredibly good, but the build does use a fair amount of small pieces. However, it’s still definitely worth the money and it just feels like the perfect size for the price you’re paying.

Minifigures 17/20 – the elves use a new torso print and which is quite different to previous elf designs. Each minifigure also features a cute facial expression.

Overall thoughts 89/100 – a fantastic Holiday set, with it’s unique design, ingenious roof techniques, great part selection and fun play features.

Let us know your thoughts on the latest Holiday set in the comments! Will you be picking it up for the festive season?

1 Comment

Your math is off. If there are 5 scoring categories... it only missed out on 11 points. So 11 minus 100 is 89...not 83. This ranks it at a B+, just shy of an A-.

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