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LEGO Creator holiday set 10245 Santa’s Workshop unveiled at Bricks by the Bay

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LEGO Creator holiday set 10245 Santa’s Workshop unveiled at Bricks by the Bay

 

Santa’s Workshop includes 883 pieces and 6 minifigs, and will retail for $70 in the US. The set features the workshop itself, Santa and Mrs. Claus, elves, a sleigh with brick-built reindeer, and toy-making machinery. 10245 Santa’s Workshop will be out this October.

 

 

SOURCE:  Brothers Brick

 

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Carlsbad Santa

Oh, I've got to add this to my collection. Will build it then glue it in place for posterity, and display proudly in my Workshop office,

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SantaCoreyB

nice, I have to get a few.

they will be collectors items when they go out of production. or sell out.

maybe 3 will do.

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Santa Eric

I want one!

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Santa Johnathan

My kids shouted, "I want my own" at the same time! I'm not sure about them...but "Dad" is getting a set!

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Hogfather

I really would like one of those but the chnces of getting one locally will be slim here in OZ.

Looks like I will have to buy one from the US and have it shipped over.

That will certainly be a nice addition to the rest of my Christnmas Lego though. (Just a big child at heart)

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Eileen Strom

We will be getting one!

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Santa Hill

Dear Santa,

 

I have been good all year and want the Lego Santa' Workshop set. Tell the reindeer hello from me.

 

Ron

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Santa Ernie in Miami

Oh, I've got to add this to my collection. Will build it then glue it in place for posterity, and display proudly in my Workshop office,

NOT THE KRAGLE!!!!

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Felix Estridge

Ordered mine just now from shop.lego.com!

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Bestemor Claus

I have the Fisher Price Santa Village== or bits and pieces of it. ALthough the grandkids are technically too old for the set, they love playing Santa and the elves and children. I particularly find it fun to see them mix the Nativity set with them so Santa visits the Baby Jesus or vice versa and Mrs Claus offers Him cookies. Since we also have tons of Legos, I can see this set becoming part of the Christmas fun. However, one word of caution, Lego pieces under bare feet are torture.  

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Elf Without Jingles

LEGO Creator holiday set 10245 Santa’s Workshop unveiled at Bricks by the Bay

 

Santa’s Workshop includes 883 pieces and 6 minifigs, and will retail for $70 in the US. The set features the workshop itself, Santa and Mrs. Claus, elves, a sleigh with brick-built reindeer, and toy-making machinery. 10245 Santa’s Workshop will be out this October.

 

 

SOURCE:  Brothers Brick

 

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Me want this!

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Eileen Strom

Picked mine up on Sept. 17th when it became available in the store.

Also picked up the advent calendar one.

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Santa Castor

Just ordered mine direct.  Free shipping if the order is over $75, free exclusive additional set if your order is over $99.  Join the members club and you receive double points.

 

Oh, list price is $70, Amazon and eBay way higher than that at the moment.  These sets often sell out within days, although this particular one is not expected to.  Take it for what it is worth.

 

They family will assemble this, but it won't be a toy box item.

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SA Santa Jim

Just ordered mine - actually 2 sets - from shop.lego.com. And I am getting a free toy shop set as well. Happy, Happy, Happy.

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Hogfather

I ordered two yesterday, because of the so called lego tax we pay 70% more here in OZ. Considered buying form US but with the free postage for over $200 AUD it would have cost about the same to have them shipped form US.

 

I believe mine are coming form Europe go figure.Looking forward to seeing them.

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