Rainbow Jewellery Stand is LEGO set 41905-1. It has a score of 67. This is bad compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 0 reviews, based on 3 scored reviews and 5 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 8.26% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2020, and it is categorised in Dots.
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My daughter got this set for her 7th birthday and when I asked her what she thought of it her words were : love it! Great for their fine motor skills and imagination. She loved creating her own pattern.
This set is an easy sell if you know a child who would love to build a jewelery stand. While it isn't an exceptionally good value, it is fairly priced, especially given the inclusion of eight shiny Cool Silver, Drum LacqueredMetallic Silver parts.
I like DOTS a lot as a concept. This one just isn't for me, but should be incredibly fun for the right demographic.
At $14.99 (14.99€, £12.99, 213 pieces), one could arguably find value just from the packaging in addition to the pieces that are included in the base build. The colourful decorative pieces are the intended selling feature and are a plus to AFOLs who could use more of these popular parts. My only quibble is that the coral pieces are paired with the pink pieces. While I love the coral colour, they're not the most complimentary, but I'm sure kids will love them.
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.