09 May 2024

Revealed: LEGO® Icons 10334 Retro Radio

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Well, many people thought it would be a gramophone, but no, it's slightly newer than that – LEGO® Icons set 10334 is a Retro Radio! Coming on 1 June, this vintage recreation has some neat LEGO® Technic functions inside, as well as another version of the new sound brick that premiered recently in the Harry Potter Sorting Hat.

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10334 Retro Radio
US$99.99/ €99.99/ £89.99/ AU$169.99/ 42990 HUF/ CA$129.99/ 2599 MXN/ 899 CNY
906 parts
Height: 32cm/ 13 inches, Width: 23cm/ 9 inches, Depth: 7cm/ 2.5 inches
Released 1 June 2024 

Set 10334 on LEGO.com

It features a dial to turn the sound on and off, or to switch between different pre-recorded sounds, mimicking a real radio. 

Don't like the offerings of the sound brick? They left space to slip your own phone into the rear casing!

We love this 1950s/‘60s color scheme, but we reckon a lot of people will have fun switching out the aqua to their own preferences.

Either way, we're happy to see so many pieces recoloured to Light Aqua. Here's what we spotted in these images:

Technic Brick 1 x 2, and Plate 1 x 1 x 2/3 with Open Stud both in Light Aqua

Brick Curved 2 x 4 x 1 1/3 with Curved Top, Slope Curved 2 x 2 Inverted, Plate 2 x 10 and Sound Brick 4 x 4 all in Light Aqua

Technic Panel Fairing 2 x 3 x 1 in Medium Nougat and Minifigure Wand in Red

Bar 6L with Stop Ring in Flat Silver, and 6 light grey pieces with printing of the radio controls.

There are no stickers! The printed pieces all happen to be on grey parts. 

What are your thoughts on this mechanical marvel? Let us know below, and watch out for our full review by TobyMac coming later this week. 

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  1. Well it would have been nice with some colour consistency for the aqua parts. At least they don't fake it but show how bad it actually looks on the promo photos, guess you can't complain to customer service then, can you?

    1. I can barely see the inconsistency you mention in these photos—I don't think I would've noticed any at all if I hadn't been told to look for it.

    2. The difference in colour of the 1x2x5 bricks was the first thing I noticed.

  2. Is there any word on the Lego designer(s) for this one?

  3. Curious what sort of music/sounds it will have in the sound brick. Some Lego-related easter-eggs in the sound clips (like songs from the Lego Island radio or something like that) would be nice, but with the world of music licensing being what it is I'm expecting more generic stuff.