|Manufacturer's Suggested Maximum Weight||100 Grams|
|Educational Objective(s)||Creative Thinking|
|Language:||English, Italian, French, German, Spanish|
|Number of Pieces||403|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Release date||1 June 2019|
|Mfg Recommended age||8 - 99 years|
|Item Model Number||75957|
|Product Dimensions||0.28 x 0.08 x 0.26 cm; 200 Grams|
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LEGO Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban Knight Bus 75957 Building Kit, Toy for 8+ Year Old Boys and Girls, 2019
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- Build the 3-level LEGO Knight Bus from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, with hinged opening side panel and removable roof for maximum internal access
- This Harry Potter LEGO set includes 3 minifigures: Harry Potter, Stan Shunpike and Ernie Prang
- The Knight Bus measures over 6” (16cm) high, 6” (16cm) long and 2” (6cm) wide
- 403 pieces Harry Potter LEGO set for boys and girls aged 8+ and for fans and big kids of all ages
- The LEGO Knight Bus 75957 toy playset can be built together with all other original LEGO sets and LEGO bricks for creative building
- Makes an ideal Christmas gift or gift for the holiday season for creative kids
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Give your young witch or wizard the ride of their life aboard the Harry Potter LEGO Knight Bus! When kids catch the purple triple-decker bus, they know they’re in for a wild ride back to Hogwarts. With a hinged side panel for easy access to the interior, and a removable roof to reveal the upper deck, this magical bus is bursting with play potential. Once Harry’s trunk has been loaded, it’s time to hold tight. As the Knight Bus races away, swerving around corners and bouncing over bumps, kids will love how the bed slides back and forth and the chandelier swings from the ceiling. The Knight Bus toy playset comes with 3 minifigures and plenty of fun accessories to transport wizards, witches and Muggles alike to a world of imaginative play.
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Purchased at £26.99 on an offer and really happy with the set. As stated I do not believe it to be worth £34.99 as set by Lego but I'm glad I waited. Really bute little kit with lots of detail including a sliding bed and a swinging chandelier. Must have for a Potter/Lego fan!
But it’s not Lego as I know it.
It’s supposed to be versatile. This isn’t. And it’s not cheap.
Build a bus. A purple one. That is all
Yes, the price seems high but when you look at the quality of a Lego set you start to understand why. Not only is the engineering behind the design impeccable but the bricks themselves slot together securely, are richly coloured and have limitless uses.
Building itself is a great deal of fun and the instructions are in a handy booklet with step by step images. The bricks come in numbered bags which correspond to each step in the booklet so you don't have 400+ pieces scattered around whilst you build. This also makes it much easier to segregate the pieces by type and colour and there is a large amount of variation in the pieces needed to create the Knight Bus.
There is a large amount of play value with this set. The most impressive thing for me was the way one side of the bus itself is hinged so you can open it up and access the inside to place your figures. The roof of the bus also lifts off to give access to the top deck. Stability overall was very good, I did play with it for a little while and didn't have issues with pieces dropping off as I played. This is probably due to the fairly basic rectangular structure but that is ultimately what a bus is.
The only thing is I would have liked it to be maybe a little wider as it is a little "snug" to get the figures in.
Total Pieces: 403
Approximate Cost per piece: £0.09
Build Time: 1.5 Hours