Hogwarts Moment: Potions Class is LEGO set 76383-1. It has a score of 91. This is good compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 3 scored reviews and 5 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 7.51% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2021, and it is categorised in Harry Potter.
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This was so much fun to do with my daughter. She loves playing with Legos and she loves Harry Potter, even though she's never seen the movie. The prices were very organized. The instructions were pretty easy, but sometimes we would put something on in the wrong direction and then would have to fix it. The other all creation was different and clever. I like how everything can fit inside.
In the end, Potions Class is my favorite of the Hogwarts Moment sets. The details in the build look good, and the stickers work a little better. However, I maintain that all these sets rely too heavily on stickers and not enough on building. The Minifigures in Potions Class are decent and have a lot of accessories. Plus, three minifigs for a set this size is great.
The ingenious packing of furniture and accessories inside 76383 Hogwarts Moment: Potions Class is definitely appealing and I like the consistent colour scheme inside. However, this set does rely heavily upon stickers and surpasses other Hogwarts Moment sets in that regard as some include more brick-built detail. This model does incorporate the fantastic snake carving though, which is probably my favourite single detail within this range.
Overall, I like the way the LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Moments: Potions Class (76383) is more cohesive than the Transfiguration Class in terms of items in the class as well as how everything gets packed up when the book is closed. The only main downside to these sets are the stickers used for the detailing but it's a double-edged sword because the inside covers will be very bland without them and there's no way that LEGO will do printing on both sides of a cover.