Monkie Kid's Team Secret HQ is LEGO set 80013-1. It has a score of 94. This is good compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 3 reviews, based on 3 scored reviews and 6 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 2.78% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2020, and it is categorised in Monkie Kid.
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After 50 years of Lego building I must admit I think this is one of the best sets Lego have ever produced. The new Monkey Kid theme is great and has really grabbed the imagination of my 10 year old son. The set itself is one of the most imaginative and best designed sets I have ever done. The hq is huge and the boat theme works really well. This sets new standards and is very good value. I hope Monkey King is a huge success for Lego
The price tag for Secret HQ is high, limiting how many people will buy this set. However, the value of the kit overall is good. You get a slightly better than average cost-per-brick, and good build time. I usually expect a better than good value for a set this big though. While it remains a decent value at full price, a sale makes the value better. Additionally, the issues I have with this set are small. I am generally not a fan of undetailed side builds, and this set's inclusions are no exception. I also wish the Minifigure selection was different and included more characters. Otherwise, Monkie Kid Team's Secret HQ is a solid set that I greatly enjoyed.
Overall, the LEGO Monkie Kid Monkie Kid's Team Secret HQ (80013) is a pretty nice set that incorporates some neat hidden features within the ship. This is probably my favorite part of the whole set. The little builds are not too significant and are just used to give kids more play options as a whole. The minifigure selection is alright and most of them can be found in other sets from the wave.
The biggest set of the Monkie Kid line does not disappoint. It has a varied build that never gets too repetitive or boring, with a lot of eye-catching colors that still somehow manage to evoke the real-world design it's trying to emulate. Some of the smaller boats don't really feel necessary, but Mei's is awesome, and Monkie Kid has his own cool mini-mech that's fun to compare to the larger Monkey King version. And being able to pull the boat apart to look at all the various gizmos and references puts Pigsy's Food Truck to shame. Hopefully you've got some large shelves though!