Elf Club House is LEGO set 10275-1. It has a score of 86. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 9 reviews, based on 6 scored reviews and 14 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 20.81% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2020, and it is categorised in Icons.
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I really like this build: the Club house itself has lots of areas for activity – the kitchen table, stove, waffle pan, wrapping station, as well as the bunk room. The reindeer and sleigh, along with the additional gifts and toys provide a broad range of display and play situations. The windows, and little nooks in the building provide lots of opportunities for creative lighting and photography as well.
The Elf Club House (10275) is a well-designed set. Additionally, it comes at a good value. The only major downside is the Minifigures. They should have moveable legs, and there should be more of them. Alternatively, the set could include a second reindeer. Regardless, the contentious points about this set are all minor. This is an impressive addition to the Winter Village Collection.
I almost didn't buy this set because of the black box. Had I known that the instructions were going to be printed on black paper, I would not have bought it. The instructions were VERY difficult to see. The set includes very dark green and very dark brown bricks. Those pieces do not show up on the black paper making the build less fun than it should be. PLEASE - go back to white paper and light colored boxes!
This is an easy, easy set to recommend to buy, as you'll enjoy every moment of the set. With LEGO being in such short supply this year, I wouldn't hesitate in pulling the trigger on the Elf Club House, especially if you want to avoid missing out for Christmas this year.
10275 Elf Club House reminds me of traditional cuckoo clocks, resembling authentic chalets while heightening certain architectural features. The resulting model looks absolutely brilliant, including impressive external detail and some splendid furniture inside. I think the beds could have been improved but the wrapping station looks especially realistic and I love the outdoor lights, despite some initial reservations.
While it does not quite feel like great value for money, there is enough fun to be found in this model to recommend it anyway. This latest Winter Village set is a delightful set that evokes that festive feeling both during the build and once it is complete. Those with children should ignore the 18+ label and build it as a family to get in the Christmas mood, while those without should indulge their inner child for this annual LEGO tradition.
I may have been a little negative on the marketing choices for this set, but once you've built it and thrown away the packaging you're left with something that is really nice. The build is creative and innovative, finding new tricks to add into a well-established theme. The new reindeer piece is fantastic, the elves are cute, the brick-built gifts are clever, and even the tree is outstanding. For those who are looking to reuse the bricks in their own creations, there's a solid mix of useful elements at a reasonable 8 cents per part. Being part of the Winter Village Collection is likely to help the collectible aspect of this set, too. All in all, this was a solid win for me. If you're looking for a fun addition to your holiday displays, this set may just be the right one for you.
Being the 12th entry in the Winter Village theme, I find it particularly impressive that 10275 Elf Club House is still able to bring something new to the table. While the play features may not be particularly complex, I really appreciate the designers' effort to come up with some relatively original ideas rather than the typical missiles or trap doors. The same level of care can be seen in many other design choices made throughout the set. The end result is a lovely display piece for your Christmas setup, with a very enjoyable building experience. This is definitely one of the best entries in the Winter Village subtheme in my opinion.
Although the Elf Club House (10275) looks similar to the Gingerbread House from last year, it looks decent for Chris' first entry in the Winter Village subtheme. There are some really good looking areas around the house that I like including the waffle maker/chimney and the wrapping paper area. The decorations in front of the house are done nicely as well. The large Christmas tree is also something that I found well done.
I adore this set. Sure I've complained along the way, there's bits I don't love, but that's because a perfect set doesn't exist. My complaints over the chimney, boring Minifigures, and small footprint are completely wiped away by how great this set looks and how fun it is to play with. It was a great build, nothing groundbreaking just solid fun, and Chris McVeigh's skills are on full show.
The Winter Village range has become a much-loved sub-theme amongst LEGO fans. Many use them to create wondersome festive displays and this will make a fine addition to any of those displays. The build is great fun, with some wonderful architectural flourishes and fun play functions. The way the roof sections have been achieved is very clever and despite the various angles, it's still very solid. The elf Minifigures inject even more character into the set and I like they are all unique, even if this could have been expanded with different coloured elf hats. I also prefer the moulded Reindeer in place of the brick-built versions. If I had to choose something I wasn't as much as a fan of, then it would be the exterior could have played up the Elves connection a little more.