Win LEGO MINDSTORMS 51515 Robot Inventor with Brick Fanatics

Brick Fanatics has teamed up with the LEGO Group to give fans the chance to win LEGO MINDSTORMS 51515 Robot Inventor.

LEGO MINDSTORMS 51515 Robot Inventor is going to offer fans the next generation of the LEGO robotics and coding system when it launches later this month. Containing everything fans need to build five robots, the 949 piece set will retail for £329.99.

Brick Fanatics has three copies of the new set, courtesy of the LEGO Group, to give away to three lucky winners in the UK.

To be in with a chance of winning the next generation of MINDSTORMS, Brick Fanatics wants to hear what your dream LEGO MINDSTORMS robot would do. Would it sort your bricks for you? Would it build your LEGO sets for you? Would it do something much more useful or imaginative than our LEGO-based suggestions?

We want to hear what your robot would do, ideas on how it would do it and how the LEGO-ness of it might help. Be creative, be inventive, be weird!

You are welcome to communicate your concept in words, draw something to show it, explain in a video or even use LEGO bricks to illustrate it.

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To ensure that a real expert is involved, Senior Design Manager Dan Meehan will judge the entries and pick out the three prize winners.

Entries should be emailed to by 23.59pm October 21 2020 BST [email protected], with the subject header ‘MINDSTORMS COMPETITION’. Please include your entry along with your name, age, postal address and a contact phone number. The email used to enter will be the email used for any correspondence.

For full details, including the terms and conditions, visit this dedicated competition page.

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Graham was the Editor up until November 2020. He has plenty of experience working on LEGO related projects. He has contributed to various websites and publications on topics including niche hobbies, the toy industry and education. Follw Graham on Twitter @grahamh100.

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