Introducing LEGO DOTS

LEGO® DOTS has been unveiled in London this morning, but what exactly is this brand new theme? It has long rumoured to be a buildable jewellery range, this is partly true but it’s more of an arts and crafts focused line. There will be wearable elements, along with home décor items. LEGO DOTS is an extension to the LEGO system of play, so it uses familiar elements to create these new sets. As the name suggests, the focus is on smaller LEGO elements, which are combined to create colour patterns and artistic creations. These will include plenty of new printed and recoloured elements. There will be various sets available when the theme launches in March, which you can check out below.


  • Rainbow Bracelet (RRP from: £ 4,99 / $ 4,99 / € 5,99)
  • Funky Animals Bracelet (RRP from: £ 4,99 / $ 4,99 / € 5,99)
  • Dark Unicorn Bracelet (RRP from: £ 4,99 / $ 4,99 / € 5,99)
  • Cosmic Bracelet (RRP from: £ 4,99 / $ 4,99 / € 5,99)
  • Tropical Birds Bracelet (RRP from: £ 4,99 / $ 4,99 / € 5,99)

LEGO DOTS Wearables

Room Décor

  • Photo cubes – 3 animal cubes for picture displays (RRP: £ 12.99 / $ 14,99 / € 14,99)
  • Jewellery holder for e.g. rings, necklaces, bracelets (RRP: £ 12.99 / $ 14,99 / € 14,99)
  • Pineapple pencil holder (RRP: £ 17.99 / $ 19,99 / € 19,99)
  • Mini picture frame (no sale in Western Europe) (RRP: $ 3,99)







Booster bags – bags with raw coloured and decorated tiles (RRP: £ 3,99 / $ 3,99/ € 3,99)



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    The BOOSTER bags look interesting…

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      Wow, this would have been very popular in 1986…

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        Is that the year people stopped inviting you to parties?

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          You don’t have to be rude. We are all entitled to an opinion without having to be subjected to childish comments and personal attacks!

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