The promotion for the LEGO Ideas Cosmic Cardboard Adventures (40533) is now live on the LEGO Shop and here’s a quick review of the set. It has 203 pieces and you can get it with purchases of $160 or more until May 30, while supplies last.
The minifigure is a kid with a Galaxy Explorer shirt. He does have a double-sided head with a large smile on one side and a nervous expression on the other. He does wear a brown helmet.
There are two parts to the build. The first is a teddy bear mech that uses red and blue roller skates. The arms are carrying a ray gun and a whisk with some umbrellas in the back of the mech.
The main build is a section of the bedroom which has the cardboard rocket. The rocket actually looks really nice but it does have some stickers to give it more detailing. The side flaps uses a new piece that looks like a flap from a box. There are two seats in the rocket, one for the kid and one for the cat.
On the floor next to it, there are some additional accessories like a scissor, some green paint, some green army men, and a flag at the corner showing the Space Command Center (493).
Overall, the LEGO Ideas Cosmic Cardboard Adventures (40533) is a very nice promo set but the threshold to get it is a little high. Again, you can get it from now until May 30 with a $160 purchase.
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