9 projects qualify for the 3rd 2015 LEGO review

Tim Courtney from LEGO Ideas has posted an announcement regarding the projects that have qualified for the 3rd and final review stage of 2015. The qualifying period ended on 4th January 4th at 12:00am Billund Time. In total, nine amazing projects garnered 10,000 supporters between September and January. We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to consider the following projects in the third 2015 LEGO Review:

Jurassic Park Explorer

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20.000 Leagues under the Sea NAUTILUS

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Toyota Landcruiser 40 Series

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Beatles Yellow Submarine

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HMS Beagle

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Apollo 11 Saturn-V

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Concorde Display Set

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National Park Service Centennial Vignettes

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Victorian London Christmas

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The Ideas team are wrapping up the second 2015 LEGO Review and will share those results of these projects with you over the coming weeks:

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2 thoughts on “9 projects qualify for the 3rd 2015 LEGO review

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    05/01/2016 at 17:45
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    I like the Nautilus and would be happy to see the Victorian London Christmas make it into next year’s winter range (after the disappointment of not getting a new winter village offering this year). Somehow I think it might be a bit big or too location specific though.

    Fingers crossed that Modular Library makes the grade though!

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