LEGO Harry Potter 76429 Talking Sorting Hat: The official visuals are here

Ah, the magic of LEGO and Harry Potter merges once again to charm fans and collectors alike! The official announcement of the LEGO Harry Potter 76429 Talking Sorting Hat set has sent waves of excitement through the community. This isn't just another set to add to our growing collections; it's a piece of nostalgia, a tribute to one of the most iconic artifacts in the Harry Potter series.

LEGO Harry Potter 76429: Details


Imagine the thrill of building this 561-piece talking Sorting Hat, painstakingly crafted to capture every crease and shadow that brings this animated character to life. It's not just a static replica; LEGO promises an interactive experience with 31 different sound combinations, presumably to announce the home of each new Hogwarts student.

  • Set number: 76429
  • Name: Talking Sorting Hat
  • Release Date : 01/03/2024
  • Number of pieces: 561
  • Price: 79.99€
  • Minifigures: 1
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And let's talk about the special touch: a never-before-seen Harry Potter minifig. It's the kind of detail that makes fans' hearts beat faster. LEGO clearly understands what it means to be a fan, not only giving us an object from our favorite fictional world but allowing us to participate in its creation, brick by brick.


Available from March 1, 2024 for €79.99, this set is not just a toy, it's an experience, a collector's item that speaks (literally) to generations of fans of J.K. Rowling's universe. Imagine it enthroned on a shelf, grabbing the attention of all visitors, ready to judge their character and assign them to their home – Gryffindor for the brave, Ravenclaw for the learned, Hufflepuff for the loyal or Slytherin for the ambitious.

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Quentin, a 30-year-old writer who's been passionate about Lego since I was very young. I regularly publish articles on the latest Lego news and releases, sharing my knowledge and passion with readers. I'm also active in the online Lego community, where I share my creations and exchange ideas with other enthusiasts. If you're a Lego fan, you won't want to miss my publications!

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