Spinjitzu Kai is LEGO set 70659-1. It has a score of 80. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 0 reviews, based on 2 scored reviews and 3 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 43.77% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2019, and it is categorised in Ninjago.
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My friend has been able to collect all the different kinds of Ninjago spinners except the 2019 ones (2011-2012 spinners, 2015 flyers, 2018 spinners and 2018 flyers), and my favorites are the originals, and then these ones. I'm not a fan of the ripcord powered ones (save the Airjitzu's) and the original 2011 ones are too hard to come by sealed, so when the pictures of the Spinjitzu pieces leaked, I was satisfied. They're the most show-accurate spinners yet, and probably the most playable. There are 3 different attachments you can clip onto your spinner, which are defense, attack and speed. The speed ones feel really filler, because if you spin the spinner without any attachments, it goes faster than 'speed' mode and looks a lot cleaner. Attack mode looks cool as you're spinning it, but if you put your finger 3 inches away from the spinner it will fall over. Also, I tried battling two of them with both speed modes attached and if one hits another, it just makes itself fall over. Defense is by far the best mode. It looks the best while spinning, and if one spinner hits another with the attachments on, it actually knocks over the other one, unlike the other two. Kai is the easiest Legacy ninja to get, but he is my favorite, so I picked this one up. His accessory is a silver katana, which is probably the easiest weapon to get in the entirety of Ninjago. However, it's impossible to spin the spinner with it in his hand. This is one of the first Lego sets I've bought at full price, and I regret doing so. It would've been better if they put 2 kinds of attachments in and made it $5, or just made it $7 or $8 instead. Still, it's a new take on the spinners, and might be the best yet. 7/10
My five year old is a huge Ninjago fan and we were excited to see these new spinners come on the market. The mini figures themselves reflect the newer dragon seasons and come with a much improved "mask" (it is all one piece that covers the face and doesn't move as much). The little spinner was really fun itself, but once you put on the extra add ons it doesn't really spin anymore as pictured on the box, hence the 4 stars. That was slightly disappointing but overall this is a good addition to a Ninjago fan's collection. My five year old was able to put it together by himself with little assistance, which was also a plus.