On the occasion of this Toy Fair 2011, LEGO presented licensed products, including display bricks for the collectible minifig series, storage lockers and "heads", new watches, and new saddlebags. transport.
A priori, 3 models of storage bricks for minifigs are planned, a blue version with 8 slots, a yellow version with 8 or 16 slots and a red model with 16 slots which can therefore contain a complete series.
The rest of the advertised products can be seen in the dedicated gallery uploaded by FBTB (From Bricks To Bothans).
Definitely, the coverage of this event is impressive, and some photo galleries are most interesting: Public chat Jedi Insider, you will find good pictures with many views of the different sets. Click on the image below to access it.
Public chat SirSteveGuideyou will also find dozens of good photos with many views of the different sets. Click on the image below to access it.
FBTB (From Bricks To Bothans) has also just put online its gallery dedicated to Toy Fair 2011. Click on the image below to access it.
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