A Review of the LEGO Elves Aira’s Pegasus Sleigh

A Review of the LEGO Elves Aira's Pegasus Sleigh

Grace has always loved making up games with her toys. Whether it be a line of dolls sat down in a classroom or a bunch of teddies laying ill in a hospital, Grace has a really vivid imagination. So you can imagine how excited she was when she was invited to review the brand new set from Lego Elves which was released recently. It gave her the opportunity to build the sleigh, the windmill and construct the Lego Elves and winged horses followed by the reward of playing with the set.

A Review of the LEGO Elves Aira's Pegasus Sleigh

The story is of the wind Elf, Aira Windwhistler (whom Grace has renamed Windy) and her friend, Azari Firedancer, the fire elf (whom Grace has renamed Flame) together with Starshine and Rufus, the two Pegasi (Grace has renamed Glide and Flutter) who are helping the Lego Elves find the magic wind key to help send their friend, Emily, back to the human world which she came from. Miku the dragon has the last key but how will the two elves get it from her?

The sleigh itself opens in order for the Elves to get inside and it also features pop-out wings, and a secret chest attach to the back. The windmill has turning sails, a fishpond and cave which features a hook for the key.

The whole set comes with two LEGO Elves, a baby dragon, two Pegasi, the sleigh, the windmill and lots of little extras including cookies, fish, a lamp, a map, signpost and key.

LEGO Elves Pegasus Sleigh

Grace has absolutely loved making up adventures. She has used her other Lego characters to add to the experience. Last Sunday she and I set up an adventure in our conservatory where the sleigh entered a race in which all the Lego animals watched and applauded. However, disaster struck when the sleigh crash-landed and Windy had to be taken to the tree of life (my orchid) to be saved.

But don’t just take my word for it. Listen to what Grace has to say.

 

The Pegasus Sleigh retails at a rrp of £34.99 and is suitable for 7 to 10 year olds.

Disclosure: We received this LEGO set in return for an honest review. Please note that all words, images, the video and opinions have been formed by the owner of this blog and have not been influenced in any way. Please do not reproduce any of the content or images on this post without prior agreement from Verily Victoria Vocalises.

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5 Comments

  1. August 5, 2015 / 9:42 pm

    Those look excellent, the Tubblet loves Lego so we’ll look out for these. #pocolo

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