Work on Olivia’s latest invention in her hi-tech bedroom!
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LEGO® Friends Olivia’s Deluxe Bedroom is set on a pink heart-shaped base and perfectly reflects Olivia’s scientific side. Her robot has a functioning elevator and track system to get to the top of the room, and there’s a separate breakfast area with a coffee machine that pops the mug out when the coffee is ‘ready'. You'll also find a desk with computer and drawers, swivel chair, rocket-shaped bed and a tablet. This fun toy includes a mini-doll figure and a buildable robot figure.
Includes an Olivia mini-doll figure, plus a buildable Zobito robot figure.
Features a rocket-shaped bed, functioning elevator and track system, a desk with computer, 2 drawers and a swivel chair, plus a separate breakfast area with functioning coffee machine.
Accessory elements include a tablet, coffee cup and a milk bottle.
Help Olivia get to work on her latest invention with her trusty assistant, Zobito.
Use the functioning elevator and track system in this fun toy to help Zobito reach the top of the room, where he powers down at night.
Use the tablet and computer to help Olivia arrange to meet up with friends.
Suitable for ages 6-12.
Olivia’s bedroom measures over 3” (9cm) high, 3” (9cm) wide and 3” (9cm) deep.
Breakfast area measures over 2” (6cm) high, 2” (6cm) wide and 1” (4cm) deep.
Combine with 41327 Mia's Bedroom and 41328 Stephanie's Bedroom to explore more LEGO® Friends bedrooms and collect all the heart-shaped baseplates.
Olivia's Deluxe Bedroom is rated
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Cute Friends set! Need more like thisI had previously given a positive review to Olivia's Creative Lab and suggested that Lego produce more sets like it. So I was really pleased to see this new set which continues the robot theme. My daughter, who is 5, loved this one and built it without adult help. I do find the price steep for what it is but that goes for just about every Lego product. I like the whole bedroom Friends series...the Friends sets seem to be improving as the designers figure out that little girls are into more than just puppies and pink, pink and more pink.