When LEGO premiered the Friends Central Perk Ideas set, we assumed that would be the last time the company would go to the iconic program. A lot of Ideas certified sets are one-offs. But apparently, were getting a 2nd season! This time its the one with the Friends apartment.
When you consider it, a LEGO Friends home set is perfect. Theres no chance anybody in real life might have managed those homes in New York City on those type of salaries. But at $150, this set brings the renowned house areas down to an affordable price.
And although $150 isnt a low-cost LEGO set, the company did go all out. For your money, you get 2,048 pieces, including brand-new Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Chandler, Ross, Joey, and Janice (Joeys ex) Minifigures, wearing timeless clothing from the program.
The set even comes with props to reenact your preferred scenes, like the one where the kids only had a canoe for furnishings or the one where Monica put the Thanksgiving turkey on her head. You get both iconic homes and the adjacent corridor between the two. You can link them up or display them individually.
Rather of going for an in-universe look, it looks more like a TV studio set. You probably cant find out whats behind the secret door in Rachels house, as the sets do not include any adjacent rooms like bed rooms.
The Friends Apartment set will go on sale for $150 on May 19 for VIP members, followed by a larger release date of June 1, 2021.
And although $150 isnt a low-cost LEGO set, the company did go all out. The set even comes with props to reenact your favorite scenes, like the one where the boys just had a canoe for furniture or the one where Monica put the Thanksgiving turkey on her head. Rather of going for an in-universe appearance, it looks more like a TV studio set. You most likely cant discover out whats behind the secret door in Rachels home, as the sets do not include any adjoining spaces like bed rooms.
The one with the two apartments! Can you find all the moments from timeless Friends episodes? https://t.co/TqFYOgImqT pic.twitter.com/sLKd8DFmr6
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