Anna & Olaf is LEGO set 41618-1. It has a score of 84. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 3 reviews, based on 7 scored reviews and 9 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 30.11% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2018, and it is categorised in BrickHeadz.
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BrickHeadz are a great pastime for my daughter and I. She loves collecting them and building them with me. LEGO has a great selection, although the price variations ($9.98 - $80+) for a single figure seem a bit extreme.
I bought 6 different sets of BrickHeadz to serve as party favors for my daughter's birthday. Although she's not a big fan of Frozen, the Olaf was the reason I bought this set. He's so cute, with bunny teeth and stick-hair! I like the design of BrickHeadz, with the obvious shape of the set being squares/rectangles, but I do wish they had more playability. My 8-year-old son had a Batman BrickHeadz, but after a while, he lost interest of the static character and dust started forming. Now, he's lost the whole thing! Anyways, the Anna has a lot of great details, such as three new printed pieces (the design on her dress, her collar, and her freckles!) and her braids look realistic! The use of smooth pieces in her hair and cape give the character lots of texture and dimension. They could look great as a decoration, or some office toy to look at. While the build is not challenging, I would recommend giving this to older kids. Since these BrickHeadz sets mostly remain unmoving, older children who don't enjoy "playing' as much will like collecting these. A quick notice - the eyes of these BrickHeadz are not nearly as bright as shown on the box - the white part is slightly gray-ish. Overall, this set is a great addition to any Frozen or Lego lover's collection! It's a quick and fun build, and accurately depicts the characters from the movie!
41618 Anna & Olaf was reviewed in issue 48 of Blocks Magazine.
We had a lot of fun with these unique Legos. We especially love the iconic character details like Olaf's carrot nose. Moreover, what we really like is that it only took us about 10 minutes to build each character and even less for Olaf.
This is a fantastic little LEGO set, Anna is represented well by the format, due to the different colours and details, but Olaf steals the show. It's a lovely set and I can easily recommend it to Frozen fans. It's also nice to see some different Brickheadz that aren't connected to Marvel and Star Wars.
I think this set is alright. I like Anna's BrickHeadz a lot, but Olaf's BrickHeadz isn't super accurate and his arms look weird.
41618 Anna & Olaf are another 4x4 & 3x3 pair and the set is a gem in terms of newly recoloured pieces.
I do like a good BrickHeadz and the the two girls here are among my favourites, mainly on account of the colours which make a nice change from the dull palette of most Star Wars and Super Heroes ones. Olaf doesn't do much for me, although I appreciate he's a popular character who would be missed if he wasn't included.