Hogwarts™: First Flying LessonHarry Potter™
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Looking for an action-packed Harry Potter™ toy? LEGO® Harry Potter Hogwarts™: First Flying Lesson (76395) features flying lessons and Quidditch™ practice and can be reconfigured for many more magical adventures.
High-flying Harry Potter magic
A levitating broom function lets kids play out the famous flying-lesson scene from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone™ and enjoy endless other airborne adventures. Kids operate 3 long, transparent levers to raise the minifigures – Madam Hooch, Draco Malfoy™ and Neville Longbottom™ (with his precious Remembrall™) – into the air on their broomsticks. The model separates into 5 rearrangeable modules, including a Quidditch trophy room and storage room with equipment kids can use to practise the legendary flying sport of witches and wizards. There are other surprises too: an exclusive, golden, anniversary Professor Quirrell minifigure, 2 random wizard card tiles, plus the chance to add more rooms and build an entire Hogwarts Castle model.
- LEGO® Harry Potter™ Hogwarts™: First Flying Lesson (76395) is a versatile, action-packed playset featuring flying broomsticks to enchant and entertain fans of the Harry Potter movies.
- Includes Neville Longbottom™, Draco Malfoy™ and Madam Hooch minifigures, and 5 buildable, rearrangeable modules, including a Quidditch™ trophy room and equipment storage room.
- Kids use 3 long, transparent levers to play out the famous flying-lesson scene and enjoy endless other airborne adventures, including Quidditch™ practice.
- Young witches and wizards aged 7 and up with a passion for Harry Potter™ will be captivated by this magical airborne playset, which features famous characters and locations from the movies.
- The set measures over 6 in. (15 cm) high, 8 in. (20 cm) wide and 2.5 in. (6 cm) deep and connects easily to other LEGO® Harry Potter™ sets.
- This toy is one of a series of authentically detailed modular sets that kids can build, combine and rearrange to create their own Hogwarts™ Castle model.
- To celebrate 20 years of magic with LEGO® Harry Potter™, the set includes an exclusive, golden Professor Quirrell minifigure and 2 random wizard card tiles for kids to collect (16 in total).
- LEGO® Harry Potter™ toys contain favourite characters, amazing creatures and familiar locations from the popular movies. They’re an ideal gift for any child wanting to be part of the movie magic.
- LEGO® building kits fulfil strict industry quality standards to ensure they are consistent, compatible and connect and pull apart perfectly every time – and it’s been that way since 1958.
- LEGO® components are dropped, heated, crushed, twisted and analysed to make sure they satisfy rigorous global safety standards.
- November 29th, 2021Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Love all things Harry Potter.I would recommend this to a friend!I’m verry impressed with lego building sets.I’ve been a great fan since I was a child and my children were also great fan’sPlay Experience5.0Value for Money4.0Was this helpful?55Hogwarts™: First Flying Lesson
- June 15th, 2021Average rating4out of 5 stars4.0Remembrall!!!I would recommend this to a friend!I'm very happy with this scene being given a go in bricks. It's also very nice to have a set in which there is none of the main trio. I feel like I'm facing a tsunami of Harrys each time I open my HP minifig box. Happy to see Neville and especially Madam Hooch! The icing on the cake is the remembrall. That is a really cool prop to have as a printed brick. I know people usually complain about stickers. This time I'd say we miss one: the Hogwarts crest on the Quidditch set trunk. There could also have been clips on the walls to store the brooms, or a wee broomshed. But those are buildable with spare bricks any odd day, so that's not a real problem. My main issue is the structural question of why in the name of Merlin did Lego go for those webbed plates instead of regular ones? Nobody can use them for playing because minifigs cannot be standing there. That is a real fail in my opinion, if I consider only placing minifigs in there, interacting. Quite a bit of a shame. However, on the whole it is a nice little set, and the trophy case is a really good addition, making this part of the castle really Quidditchy.Value for Money2.0Was this helpful?45Hogwarts™: First Flying Lesson
- October 24th, 2021Average rating4out of 5 stars4.0Capes are back!I would recommend this to a friend!this set is great, I love the detail of the trophy room and the fact we have a Madam Hooch with a cape. Putting the gold turban on the other characters is great for a quick laugh.Play Experience4.0Value for Money5.0Was this helpful?45Hogwarts™: First Flying Lesson
- October 27th, 2021Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Good!Codes |I would recommend this to a friend!Very good little set, was hoping to get a little more out of it for the price, but other than that it was awesome! Lots of new cool pieces in this set though, highly recommend!Play Experience5.0Value for Money2.0Was this helpful?55Hogwarts™: First Flying Lesson