Dabbling with DOTS III: Jewellery Holder 41905

In which we look at the 41905 Jewellery Holder, play with some DOTS, and uncover an anomalous orange…

With the new range of LEGO® DOTS, we have looked at the bracelets as well as the extra’s parts pack. today I thought we’d take a quick look at the new Jewellery holder which contains a number of new and rare elements, as well as a copious number of the ‘dot’ elements – which I shall merely use as a generic term to refer to 1×1 tiles of any shape…until we come to look at them a little closer.

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Dabbling With Dots I: Extra Dots: Series 1 [41098]

What’s in the bag?

About a month ago, we heard about the forthcoming arrival of LEGO® Dots. This is a range of jewellery and decor items pitched squarely at the 6-10 year old market, where some children might be reluctant to create a model of their own , because of doubts in their own creativity. The DOTs sets have far more free form instructions, to help you decide how you might choose to to place small square, circular and quarter circle 1×1 tiles – in a wide variety of colours.

LEGO Dots is due to be released on March 1st 2020, but some have made their way into the wild a couple of days in advance of this. I picked up a few of the first wave of sets, and will present them over the course of the next few days.

First I thought I would start with 41908 Extra DOTS – Series 1. Recommended retail price for these is $AUD5.99, but I found them at K-Mart (an Australian retailer) for $AUD5 per pack. So I bought a couple, to look at the consistency between them. The pack purports to contain 109 parts, including 10 ‘surprise charms’. These surprise elements are white round tiles, with emoji like expressions printed on them. On the packet there appear to be 16 different printings in this bag – and the printed elements here are different to those seen in the other sets currently available. Read on to see what I found inside…

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LEGO® DOTS Officially Revealed. [ANZ Pricing available]

In recent years, there have been rumours of a new jewellery/craft centred theme: DOTS. This range has been officially unveiled at the Nuremberg Toy Fair today, as we as a site in London, where Artist Camille Walala has just unveiled a house tiled with LEGO® Dots.

Looking like a fusion between household accessories and jewellery, the new DOTS sets allow you to decorate with a collection of plain and decorated tiles. We will see a range of bracelets as well as jewellery boxes, pencil holders and more, when the line is released in early March 2020. Read on for further images…

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