Lego officially unveils its beautiful Lego Icons “The Kingfisher” (10331)

Lego continues to surprise and delight building and nature enthusiasts with the official launch of its latest set in the Lego Icons series: The Kingfisher. This set, aimed at adults and collectors alike, combines the delicacy of nature with the precision of Lego design, creating a decorative piece that captures both the beauty and dynamism of this iconic fishing bird.

Lego Icons Kingfisher (10331): Details

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The Kingfisher (10331) set is a model that depicts a kingfisher in action, perched on a branch above a body of crystal clear water, about to dive to catch its prey. With 834 pieces, the set promises not only a rewarding building challenge but also a final result that is a true work of art.

This set is the result of the creative collaboration of the Lego community, where ideas submitted by fans are voted on and can, as in this case, be turned into commercial products. With 375 Lego points won, this concept won over the community and the judges with its originality and finesse.

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Available from February 1, 2024 for €49.99, the set is not only a decorative object, but also an immersive building experience. Lego highlights the set's ability to offer a moment of relaxation and escape, offering builders an experience that goes beyond simply assembling bricks.

Features such as kingfisher joints, which simulate movement, and attention to detail in the depiction of water and surrounding wildlife, underline Lego's commitment to creating sets that are both realistic and poetic.

With this launch, Lego confirms its position as a leader in the creation of innovative and themed sets that speak to the passions of adult builders. The Lego Icons "Kingfisher" set is sure to be a coveted piece for Lego lovers and nature lovers alike, providing a touch of tranquility and beauty to any living or working space.

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