Today, LEGO has launched a new gift with purchase set on the LEGO Shop with the LEGO Seasonal Ice Skating Rink (40416). You can get it for free until December 24 with purchases of $150 or more but unfortunately, it’ll be harder to find anything to purchase due to the Black Friday aftermath.
The set has 304 pieces and it includes two minifigures. The boy has on a red sweater with a white snowflake pattern. He has a double-sided head with a smile on one side and a smirk on the other. He wears a blue beanie to cover up the other face.
The girl wears a white sweater with some sand green snowflake printing. She also has a double-sided head with a smile on one side and a sleeping expression on the other. Both minifigures have a pair of ice skates to use.
On to the skating rink, the base of it uses a number of splat gear pieces in teal to make the skates spin around on the finished product. There’s one gear on the right side to rotate which spins the smaller gears around the fountain.
The back side of the skating rink has a little beverage stand that is surrounded by a couple of trees. There’s also an angled box to store the skates.
Overall, the LEGO Seasonal Ice Skating Rink (40416) is a neat gift with purchase set but the downside to it is not with the set itself, but finding products to purchase to reach the $150 threshold because there’s not that much left in stock because of Black Friday. I do like the use of the splat gears for the spinning function and it works fairly well. It’s a nice addition to any winter scene that you may be creating this time of the year.
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