New Products Launched in

Update on 2 Jan 2011: Another new review of the 9349 – Fairytale and Historic Minifigure Set by Silentmode from EB can be found HERE

Update on 31 Dec 2010: Very informative review of the 9348 – City Community Minifigure Set by Silentmode from EB can be found HERE


Brickset highlighted 2 interesting sets that I didn’t know about previously… the minifig collections for city and ‘historic’.   Below are the new Dacta sets (set names link to Brickset so you can conveniently add to your ‘want’ list), and the links to USA and UK new product sites as well.  Also spotted are some Valentines Day sets in case you need to start preparing some gifts for your partner in 2011.  Enjoy! 🙂


9348 – Community Minifigure Set GBP39.99 (On UK but not USA site)

Bring your LEGO® town to life!

Add even more life to your bustling LEGO® town! This set features important people from everyday life in a community, such as a postman, hospital staff, a mechanic and many more. Includes 22 minifigures, plus a variety of accessories, such as food, animals, a laptop, a bicycle and a backpack!

  • Includes 22 minifigures: postman, hospital staff, mechanic and many more
  • Features a variety of accessories including food, animals, a laptop, a bicycle and a backpack
  • Explore all of the roles in a real community!
  • Provides endless hours of creative play!
  • Teaches functions of community workers and their responsibilities!
  • Promotes the development of expressive language and social skills

 9349 – Fairytale and Historic Minifigure Set GBP39.99 (On UK but not USA site)

Build a fairytale!

This set features a variety of minifigures that enable children to create and act out beloved fairytales and popular themes. A great addition to any LEGO® brick set, characters include pirates, a witch and wizard, a king and queen, mine workers, a mermaid and merman and many more. Includes 22 minifigures and great accessories!

  • Includes 22 minifigures: pirates, a witch and wizard, a king and queen, mine workers, a mermaid and merman and many more
  • Features a variety of accessories
  • Explore the differences of real life, make-believe and historic roles!
  • Provides endless hours of creative play!
  • Teaches storytelling through characters and their functions!
  • Promotes the development of fantasy, imagination and imitative skills!

 40015 – Heart Book

Build a keepsake for your valentine!

Build the love this Valentines Day with the LEGO® Heart Book! This buildable hinged book with heart design holds a wallet-size picture inside. Makes a perfect desktop display frame and gift for your sweetheart.

  • Holds a wallet-sized photo inside!
  • Makes a great gift!
  • Stands over 3” (7cm) tall and nearly 5” (12cm) wide when open

40016 – Valentine Letter Set

Say “I Love You” the LEGO® way!

This Valentine’s Day, build a special message to your valentine. Say “I love you” in bricks! Each letter comes on its own red base plate. Makes a special keepsake for LEGO® fans.

  • Build this special keepsake for your valentine!
  • Makes a great gift!


Unfortunately I couldn’t find any hi-res pics of the 2 new Dacta sets, but they look great from what I can see… yeah, and added both on my ‘want’ list on Brickset. 😛

Are they must haves for you too?  Actually it’s like getting another 2 advent calendars huh? 😀

9 Responses to New Products Launched in

  1. Lem-san says:


    I just started my own LEGO collection.
    from your opinion, purchasing a LEGO in Singapore is better thru ONLINE store or shops (toyshunt, simplytoys)?
    Thank you

  2. OCK says:

    I love the minifig sets! Never get the older community set…maybe i shld get this one

  3. wee chong says:

    it will be great if singapore were to sell 9348 and 9349 sets.

  4. wee chong says:

    i also notice that these 2 sets include more female minifig.

  5. amodularlife says:

    @OCK: Yeah, I prefer the new minifig collections compared to the previous one.

    @Wee Chong: More female fig is always welcome! There is always Borderlinx UK shipping if SG doesn’t bring in the sets, but I think there would be shops that’ll bring in the sets. Just have to be patient. 🙂

    @Lemsan: I would recommend a mix of both… international online shopping (online stores, bricklink or ebay) for larger sets/sets no longer brought in by LEGO SG and local stores for the smaller sets (where the shipping cost would far outweigh the cheaper set price from overseas.

    Also depends on whether you are picky about box condition… shipping can be tough on the boxes, plus you also take the risk of non-delivery and damaged items.

    Just do a simple cost-benefit analysis before you click on the ‘buy’ button. Have fun shopping!

  6. Lemsan says:

    Hi, me again. just another quick one. I saw simplytoys and toyshunt selling the odd blocks. like 9 cents for 1 gram of blocks. worth the $$$? sorry for all these questions.
    i m a LEGO noob

  7. amodularlife says:

    I’ve to confess, never did a comparison for those. I think the blocks are ok for the rare colors, not for the common ones. Try comparing to Bricklink to see if cheaper. You planning for a MOC already?

  8. Lemsan says:

    yes, MOC is next for me. 🙂
    just want to have some comments on getting the stuff here and there. got to be money wise.
    LEGO is expensive and that is good news. because you pay for quality.
    but i am hesistant about online purchases still.

    I was fascinated about the mechas from some Japanese website. built with LEGO. and I saw someone built a metal gear rex with LEGO. argh!!! I wish to make one too.

    my next purchase should be a brick remover.
    a handy tool for every LEGO fans, i supposed.
    i thought it was a LEGO ladder when i first saw it at my mum-in-law’s house.

    thanks for the advice and may the force be with you.

  9. walshklien says:

    yeah more city minifigs =)

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