The first 2022 LEGO Ideas Review Results are in

The LEGO Ideas team has completed the first review of sets to reach 10k votes in 2022. This review covers projects that hit the threshold between January and May 2022. In total there were 39 different projects included.

From the 39 projects 4 have been selected to become LEGO products. Those 4 projects are…

LEGO Insects

This could be a nice lower priced LEGO Ideas set, and I am actually interested to see how the final product turns out.

The Orient Express, a Legendary Train

LEGO Train fans are likely going to be thrilled that this has passed review. This will be the first train under the LEGO Ideas banner.

Tales of the Space Age

Hopefully another lower cost LEGO Ideas set. I was a big fan of these when I first saw them online and I am hopeful that the end result will be a beautiful display piece. I hope LEGO at the very least includes 3 scenes.

Polaroid OneStep SX-70

I feel like this is one of those things that is cool if you are really in to it, but I suspect it won’t be a best selling LEGO Ideas set.

Here’s a recap of all the projects up for review. There are definitely some sets that I would have picked if I had the chance. The koalas are amazing and there were some fantastic castle builds in this line-up.

How do you feel about the results? Thrilled of furious? Excited or Indifferent?

5 thoughts on “The first 2022 LEGO Ideas Review Results are in

  1. Andrew Reply

    Happy that it isn’t another sitcom set ;).

    Ideas sets have suddenly become much bigger and more expensive. I like the idea of smaller, more niche sets – after all that is really the genesis of the Ideas concept.

  2. Mark Reply

    Hopefully 2 of these are in the affordable price ranges.

    Train fans will be very pleased.

  3. Scott Reply

    I wonder if the camera will be as good as the one they did on Lego Masters. 🙂

  4. Bryce Reply

    There was a good mix of stuff that made it to 10k. I also applaud the smaller sets and the lack of sit com. I think the Lancia would have been great, but each to their own.

    It’s just a pity there couldn’t be a half-baked K-pop entry this time…

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