LEGO 21319 Ideas Central Perk Friends TV Show Coffee Shop Set

LEGO 21319 Ideas Central Perk Friends TV Show Coffee Shop Set


LEGO 21319 Ideas Central Perk Friends TV Show Coffee Shop Set


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Features

  • This LEGO Ideas set includes 7 new-for-September-2019 minifigures: Ross Geller, Rachel Green, Chandler Bing, Monica Geller, Joey Tribbiani, Phoebe Buffay and Gunther.
  • The CENTRAL PERK café construction toy features the iconic main seating area including a sofa, armchair, 2 chairs and a table; service area with a brick-built coffee machine, service counter, cash register, cookie jar with 2 cookie elements, menu board element and other authentic items; a stage for musical performances with a sofa; extra seats and tables; 3 pillar elements in a new-for-September-2019 green color; umbrella stand with 2 umbrella elements; window with ‘CENTRAL PERK’ logo decoration; entrance doors; and 2 brick-built TV studio light rigs with translucent light-style elements.
  • The seating area for the show’s star characters is removable for easy play.
  • The minifigures each have their own items inspired by the TV series, including Ross’s brick-built keyboard and the following accessory elements: Rachel’s tray and coffee cup, Monica’s muffin, Joey’s pizza box, pizza slice and ‘man bag’, Chandler’s laptop, Phoebe’s guitar and Gunther’s broom.
  • Other accessory elements in this café playset include a newspaper, 15 coffee cups and a ‘Reserved’ sign, plus 3 vases and buildable flowers.
  • This Friends memorabilia LEGO building toy includes 1,079 pieces.
  • This LEGO Ideas set comes with a booklet with building instructions and information about this awesome set’s fan creator and LEGO designer. 
  • Build and display this Friends collectible construction toy or recreate your favorite scenes from the classic American sitcom.

Reviews

  1. Bought this for my wife during Lockdown, as she is a massive Friends Fan. So won so many brownie points!!! LOL. She absolutely adores this Lego set, we both enjoyed a few hours putting this together and now need to get a display case for it, because as I say she absolutely loves it and has put photos on facebook and Instagram during the build. So worth the money, now she is hoping that Lego bring out Rachel and Monica's apartment, which would in my opinion be the other iconic stage scene from Friends. So Lego if you decide to bring that out, you would definately earn me to score more Brownie points LOL. 
  2. I bought this set for my sister after she had sat for hours watching me build numerous Harry Potter sets. this was the first one she found that she absolutely loved. as soon as it arrived she began piecing it together. it was her first attempt at lego, but she found herself efficiently clicking blocks into place within minutes. after four hours she finished the set, and found her self flushed with pride as she sat back and admired her work. it is such as a stunning set, as most are from lego, and the attention to detail is astonishing. it looks just like the set from the show and small details such as the coffee machine and the flowers add a level of depth which make using it as a display piece all the more satisfying. I highly recommend this set, and encourage all fans of both lego and f.r.i.e.n.d.s to buy it.  
  3. This is a great set however my 12 year old built it in two hours. This is aimed at 16 year olds. Or is that just because it’s Friends? I’m confused by the Lego prices, age ranges and designs these days.
    My daughter wanted a cafe or bakery to actually play with and not sit on a shelf after making but I couldn’t find one (the Creator sets aren’t her thing and they’re basic and come with one croissant etc. That’s not a cafe/bakery). So settled for Friends as she liked the set up of it. But then where do you go with it? Years ago we just made stuff out of super basic bricks, and now there’s just endless sets to buy, (at great expense) build and then collect the others in a set. I don’t think children understand the concept of a Lego Destiny’s Bounty for £100 odd.
    Anyway waffling on but the Friends kit is worth the money - is it? A muffin and a tray and a cups of coffee? I think there are aspects that could make this work a lot better and I think Lego are taking the mick. We are being charged so much for so very little in all their kits. I recently made up a Golden Mech and that was truly crap. And what’s up with all the missing pieces? Got an advent calendar and no cape for Darth Vader???
    This is basically a rant about Lego and how a company who was so high can go so low.
     

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