Showing posts with label New parts lists. Show all posts
Showing posts with label New parts lists. Show all posts

13 February 2021

New LEGO® pieces for February 2021

We love to keep you up to date with the newest LEGO® parts and so once again, TobyMac (on Rebrickable) has created this list showing all new elements added in February 2021, with links to which sets they come in, so you can check for the ones you might be interested in. 

50 LEGO elements that are new for February 2021 including printed and minifigure parts

As always, 'new elements' means new moulds, recolours and prints including minifigure parts.

29 January 2021

Which LEGO® sets have the most new parts? December 2020 & January 2021

It's been a while since our last list of the newest LEGO® sets that shows the quantity of new parts each of in them. This edition includes December 2020 as there were so few new releases. Developed in partnership with Toby Mac (from Rebrickable), we show both quantity as well as overall percentage of new elements. So if you like to buy sets knowing they'll contain stuff you don't yet own, use our table as one of your purchasing factors.

13 January 2021

New LEGO® pieces for December 2020 & January 2021

We love keeping you up to date with what new LEGO pieces are available for you to use in your building and so it is high time for another of our lists created by Toby Mac (on Rebrickable) revealing elements recently added. We skipped this last month as December was a quiet month for new releases so those few are included here, along with the absolute avalanche of January releases! There might also be a few pre-December ones that sneaked through.

Unfortunately it seems most if not all new parts are currently unavailable from Bricks & Pieces; at a guess I imagine this is because it is High Season for the LEGO Group. But whenever you're buying from LEGO including Bricks & Pieces, please consider following our affiliate links to get there; USA, UK or AU. New Elementary may get a commission.

18 November 2020

Which LEGO® sets have the most new parts? October & November 2020


Time once again for our regular list of the newest LEGO® sets showing the quantity of new parts each of in them. I say regular – this one actually covers about 2 months because there have not been many new releases recently. Developed in partnership with TobyMac from Rebrickable, we show both quantity as well as overall percentage of new elements. So if you like to buy sets knowing they'll contain stuff you don't yet own, use our table as one of your purchasing factors. 

If you're buying, remember VIP Weekend is happening in some countries this weekend, 21 and 22 November 2020. It's double VIP points and there are awesome gifts with purchase - but these may vary by territory, so do check yourself. Consider using our LEGO.com affiliate link; New Elementary may get a commission.

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03 November 2020

New LEGO® pieces for October & November 2020

With things relatively quiet on the new sets front recently, we skipped last month's list so here is a two-month bumper edition of the newest LEGO® parts. Toby Mac (on Rebrickable) has created this list showing them all with links to which sets they come in, so you can easily check for the ones you might be interested in. 

There are all the new teal parts from the new Mindstorms 51515 Robot Inventor (LEGO.com affiliate link; New Elementary earn from qualifying purchases) and 21324 123 Sesame Street with its opalescent globe. Interestingly, Tobias noticed when he imported the LEGO inventory that four printed pieces are different to what actually comes in the Sesame Street set presently.

08 October 2020

New and rare pieces in LEGO® Trolls World Tour sets

We sent some LEGO® Trolls World Tour sets to the talented New Zealand-based builder Grantmasters for him to use as 'seed parts' for his own creations, which we will reveal to you tomorrow! Included were 41251 Poppy's Pod, 41252 Poppy's Hot Air Balloon Adventure, 41253 Lonesome Flats Raft Adventure and 41255 Pop Village Celebration. 


But first we thought we'd give you this rundown on which elements are exclusive to those 4 sets (new moulds, recolours or prints) as well as the 'rare' ones that have only appeared in a few sets so far. We have created these tables with TobyMac using data from Rebrickable.

25 September 2020

Which LEGO® sets have the most new parts? September 2020


Here is the second installation of our latest resource for you: a list of the newest LEGO® sets and the quantity of new parts in them. Developed in partnership with TobyMac from Rebrickable, we  show this both in terms of quantity as well as overall percentage. So if you like to buy sets knowing they'll contain parts you don't have, use our table as one of your purchasing factors.

19 September 2020

New LEGO® pieces for September 2020

Now the LEGO® sets for September are (probably) all out and their new parts added to Rebrickable, TobyMac has created this list showing them all so you can easily check for the ones you might be interested in and which sets they come in. 

Harry Potter products account for much of them. There aren't as many new moulds this month; most are printed pieces and recolours. If you're buying from LEGO Bricks and Pieces, consider using our affiliate links: USA, UK. New Elementary earn from qualifying purchases.

12 September 2020

Which LEGO® sets have the most new parts? July and August 2020

Following the success of our published lists of new elements, created in partnership with TobyMac from Rebrickable, I've been thinking of ways we could use that data for parts-loving fans like you lot! Today we launch another useful resource for you: lists of recent sets showing the amount of new elements within them.


Why? Because while many of you simply purchase new elements individually, many also enjoy building official sets. So which new sets have the most new elements? We developed the table below to show this, both in terms of quantity as well as overall percentage. So if you like to buy sets knowing they'll contain parts you don't have, use our table as one of your purchasing factors.

03 September 2020

(CW:HP) LEGO® Harry Potter 75978 Diagon Alley: the new parts

Jonas Kramm took a detailed look at the first images of new LEGO® Harry Potter set 75978 Diagon Alley and reviews the actual set as well. Today, he presents a list of its new elements and discusses the most interesting. Editorial note: Although views expressed by Harry Potter's creator do not align with that of New Elementary, we continue to cover HP sets. Read about our stance here.


After the reveal of LEGO® Harry Potter 75978 Diagon Alley just a few days ago, it’s time to take a closer look at which of the 5544 elements are new. Some were already mentioned in my last article but now we have a complete list, based on the inventory on Rebrickable, which you can see after my summary.

24 August 2020

New LEGO® pieces for August 2020

We're commencing a new resource here on New Elementary for you all today thanks to TobyMac who is an inventory admin at Rebrickable. Many of you have mentioned you missed Jonas Kramm's monthly summaries of new parts at LEGO® Bricks and Pieces (and indeed a few lovely people even offered to start doing them). But Tobias has automated the process, and made it more thorough by preparing a list of all new pieces added to Rebrickable. An advantage to this list is that any elements which already existed but have been assigned a new Element ID by LEGO have been excluded from our list. We will bring you these lists every month, probably in the latter half. If you're buying from LEGO Bricks and Pieces, consider using our affiliate links: USA or UK . New Elementary earn from qualifying purchases.


Each month I'll give a short summary of new moulds that might be interesting for MOCs, and after that give a complete list of every new Element ID that has been added to the Rebrickable database so far that month. August has given us a lot of new elements; most coming from the LEGO® Super Mario theme including a lot of completely new moulds. It also gives us, for the first time on a large scale, parts with pre-applied stickers. You can read more about that in Ben Davies' article.
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