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Posted 3 November 2023

LEGO 71453 DREAMZzz Izzie and Bunchu the Bunny Set

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LEGO DREAMZzz Izzie and Bunchu the Bunny set features a posable rabbit toy figure to be built in 2 ways plus the TV show character minifigures
Kids can help Izzie create a large version of her favourite cuddly toy to help rescue the stuffed animal kidnapped by a nightmare Grimspawn
The large 'living' version of Bunchu has a fully articulated neck, tail, arms and legs; it's easy for kids to pose it and recreate cool scenes
Using story-led building instructions kids equip Bunchu with roller skates and gloves or bee wings and a stinger to catch the evil spawnling
Includes LEGO DREAMZzz Izzie minifigure with armour, sword and hourglass accessories plus Grimspawn and a small Bunchu bunny animal toys figures
Creative animal toys are designed for 7+ year old kids, boys and girls who can spend hours of imaginative play fun on their own or with friends
With LEGO DREAMZzz imaginative play toys kids can immerse themselves in the action; check out the full range of dream toys sets based on the DREAMZzz TV show and expand the fun
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Edited by a community support team member, 3 November 2023
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  1. Parappathepappa's avatar
    A steal! I bought this last week for £12.99, thinking that was the price bottom.
    lego_images's avatar
    Seems to be a race to the bottom on the Dreamzzz range
  2. john.spartan's avatar
    I can't help but feel Lego need to push the series into some of the streaming services - prime or Disney+.
    It's a great little series, it's free, the kids enjoy it and the sets tie in well.

    But if you're not aware of the series, you're looking at these sets wondering (edited)
    Martin_SimpsonYPk's avatar
    Hi John, the whole 20 episodes are currently on Netflix... The kids can't get enough of it...
  3. dreadbricks's avatar
    I'm with you - I really like this range
    I've bought most of the sets are they are great - nice colours, great minifigures
    I wonder if it's a loss leader for Lego so they can get the kids into it?
    I don't think they are ready to give up on it just yet so cutting prices so much doesn't make sense otherwise (edited)
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