Rainbow Bracelet is LEGO set 41900-1. It has a score of 95. This is good compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 2 reviews, based on 2 scored reviews and 7 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 1.98% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2020, and it is categorised in Dots.
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Easy to build once, but the real fun happens after experimenting with different combinations. Rainbow arches and rainbow circles are my favourite patterns to make!
Crafty kids will love getting creative with LEGO Dots. We like that the line ranges from jewelry to desktop items, and that the larger kits include storage and sorting trays to make building easier. And all the crafts are super easy to change up whenever kids want a new look.
41900 Rainbow has tiles befitting that description. Both of the 1x1 printed rainbow tiles were used in 21045 Trafalgar Square, but the quarter circle printed rainbow piece is new to this set. Of all the bracelets, I think this is the least exciting to AFOLs, mainly because there aren't many pieces here that we haven't seen before.
I feel like I say this every review, but I feel a bit torn. On the one side: The builds are boring. There is nothing special going on, and all just serve as a canvas for the DOTS. On the other side: The DOTS part of the sets are very nice. My kids love coming up with designs, albeit a tedious job to add the parts one by one. The goal of the theme is to spark creativity, and that it does. The theme is also met with a great response, both from adults and kids. On social media, I see many creative designs passing by. So I think LEGO hit the mark with the idea. If you want to do something else with your LEGO bricks than only building vehicles and buildings, this is a nice change of pass.
LEGO Dots is certainly fulfilling a need we haven't seen from the company in a long time, but the way they've integrated buildable bracelets with common LEGO tiles is nicely done. Even if adult collectors may not be interested in the jewelry aspect of the sets, the various tiles and the potential for the strap piece could be used for some fun building projects. The bags of extra tiles are worthwhile too.
Beyond as a fashion accessory for a child, what utility do these bracelets have? They are likely to be show up on the wrists of adult fans at conventions, and knowing how inventive the community is will no doubt find their way into fan builds too – the flexibility that they offer may come in handy.
As someone who likes colours, the designs have been well thought out and I can see the new printed tiles appearing in MOCs giving a great reason to buy a few packs to play with or simple use as parts packs for your own building enjoyment. Such fun!