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Top Ten Lego Kits


The best LEGO sets for Christmas 2016 As LEGO fever hits London and the brand new LEGO store, Bianca Barratt rounds up the best sets to buy this Christmas Friday 18 November 2016 18:22 GMT The best LEGO sets- in pictures LEGO has always been one of the most beloved gifts received on either a birthday or Christmas. The huge satisfaction taken from building something from scratch and then actually getting to play with it is something that only the LEGO company has ever really managed to capture. With the opening of the biggest LEGO store in Leicester Square this week, we got caught up in the LEGO excitement and have rounded up the best sets to buy this year, proving that it's not just for kids. 1. LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon 75105 Build the most iconic spaceship of all time with this fantastic Millennium Falcon kit. Once built, you can enjoy the rotating top and bottom laser as well as the dual spring loaded shooters. This comes with mini-figures of the whole gang and is suitable for ages 7- 11.

£89, Tesco, Buy it now 2. LEGO Friends Amusement Park Roller Coaster 41130 Build your own amusement park with this set, including a roller coaster and a Ferris wheel. As you build each part you’ll notice a new activation, including the rotating gondolas on the Ferris wheel and the moving roller coaster cars. Suitable for age eight and up. £71, Tesco, Buy it now 3. LEGO Parisian Restaurant This stunning set will take you right to the cobbled streets of Paris. Capturing the heart of a French restaurant, it includes a chef, waiter and romantic couple as well as a second floor apartment, plates of food and even a little rat- perfect for fans of the film Ratatouille. Suitable for age 16 and up. £133, LEGO, Buy it now 4. LEGO Creator 10220 VW Camper Van Create your own model of the legendary VW Camper and reminisce about the swinging 60s. the attention to detail is excellent- the interior strikes an uncanny resemblance to the real thing. There’s a front cabin bench seat, gear stick and the iconic spherical speedometer.

A perfect gift for an enthusiastic LEGO collector. Suitable for age 16 and over. £80, John Lewis, Buy it now 5. LEGO The Simpsons 71016 Kwik-E-Mart The ultimate gift for fans of The Simpsons, this model of the famous Kwik-E-Mart comes complete with the owner, Apu, as well as the whole Simpsons clan. Remove the roof to stock the shelves with market essentials. Suitable for age 12 and over. £153, John Lewis, Buy it now Follow us on Twitter @ESLifeandStyle and on Facebook ES Best product reviews are unbiased, independent advice you can trust. On some occasions, we earn revenue if you click the links and buy the products, but we never allow this to bias our coverage. The reviews are compiled through a mix of expert opinion and real-world testing.The 12 Greatest Track-Focused Cars of the 21st Century We're hugely appreciative of the many automotive Lego sets available today, but we're also hungry for more. After some heated debate, we came up with 10 cars that need to be turned into official Lego kits—and soon.

Lamborghini CountachLamborghini CountachThere's a reason the Lamborghini Countach has come to define the supercar. Its Marcello Gandini-penned wedge shape is striking, but pure in its simplicity. An early LP400 Countach like the one pictured above would make an excellent Lego kit thanks to its especially clean shape. Jaguar E-TypeJaguar E-TypeDo we really need to explain why Lego should build a Jaguar E-Type set? It's one of the most beautiful cars in the world, and seeing its famous XK straight-six rendered in bricks would be so rad. Ten of the Most Interesting Shifters Ever Made This Is What 20 Years of Neglect Does to a Jaguar E-Type The 500-Pound Backpack Everyone Seems to Want to Carry 10 of the Smallest Details That Have the Highest Impact on Performance Admit It: You Have Always Wanted to Try This Here's What It's like to Drive a 450-HP Time-Attack Focus ST on the Street Why an Old Detroit Inline-Six Is Worth Saving Meet the Man Who Designed the 2005 Ford GT

This Exceedingly Original VW Beetle Is a Facebook Exec's Pride and Joy The NSX, GT-R, and 911 Turbo All Get to 150 MPH Astonishingly Quickly 10 Style Essentials for the Modern Commute Feature, LEGO, Top 10, Toys Feature: Top 10 LEGO Mindstorms Creations You've seen the strangest LEGO creations, now check out the top ten LEGO Mindstorms creations. Whether it be a Pirates movie theater, pinball machine, or even a robotic toilet flusher, you'll find them here. Continue reading to view them all. YouTube user "horseattack" has uploaded a video of a functional LEGO printer that he built, connected to an Apple Mac. Everything was reportedly built from scratch, "including analog motor electronics, sensors and printer driver, the USB interface uses a 'wiring' board." The pen slides back and forth, building images and text one line at a time. It'd probably have trouble with the finer details, though maybe it could just use a finer pen. A LEGO master wanted to create something that could actually be used, so a pinball machine came to mind.

This LEGO NXT-based creation features 9 touch sensors and four motors -- "two are used for the ball return and two for the spinners." If you're a LEGO minifig, you don't need frills like an HDTV projector or Blu-ray disc player. You need this handcrafted LEGO Mindstorms NXT movie theater, compete with pirate theme. First of all, this whole motorized Lego theater set up is legit. Skip to about 2:30 for a behind-the-scenes look at how it all works. [Sources 1 | 2] Here's a first: a pancake-making robot created using "LEGO Mindstorms, LEGO bricks and two ketchup bottles." That's right, it can make pancakes of all shapes and sizes, including the famed Mickey head. You can pre-program what shape you'd like your pancakes to be before the Lego-bot starts a-cooking. Here's a first: a fully-functional digital clock made with LEGO Mindstorms. Powered by two separate LEGO Mindstorms bricks communicating through Bluetooth, "each number has five layers and each layer is controlled by the one above it so it starts from the bottom and builds the number from the ground up."

Let's face it, not everyone is a master at Sudoku, but solving the puzzles just got a lot easier...if you've got one of these LEGO Mindstorms robots that is. Built by Tilted Twister, this creation is the world's first sudoku puzzle-solving LEGO robot. Basically, "it scans the sudoku puzzle using a light sensor, calculates the solution to the puzzle and then writes the digits." Touchscreen vending machines are so yesterday, the latest trend is the 8-bit-looking LEGO Mindstorms model, or so we'd like to think. This miniature version may not dispense dozens of varieties, but it comes complete with a functional coin slot. For his third year project, a college student "built a robotic face (from Lego mindstorm) capable of expressing emotion, and software that allowed the robot to responded to the tone of the user voice." In the future many more devices around the home may have the ability to recognise and respond to emotion. For those looking for a hands-free toilet flushing solution, look no further than the RoboFlush.