More 2017 Creator and Classic sets revealed

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Robo Explorer

Robo Explorer

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The emergence of 2017 set images continues with a couple more Creator sets and some Classic boxes, further to the Elves sets revealed earlier today.

31062 Exploration Robots is of particular interest to me and the other images are available to view below.

31062 Exploration Robots

31064 Seaplane Adventures

10706 Blue Creative Box

10707 Red Creative Box

10708 Green Creative Box

10709 Orange Creative Box


I think some AFOLs had high expectations for the Creative Boxes and may be a little disappointed by the results, although I am sure they will prove popular with children.

What do you think of the sets revealed so far? Let us know in the comments and keep an eye on the homepage for more 2017 set images very soon.

Note: We are aware there are images of Rogue One sets doing the rounds but because they are of dubious provenance and the likelihood of being asked to remove them is high, we have decided not to display them here yet.

37 comments on this article

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By in Venezuela,

I NEED that Robot

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By in Poland,

I'm excited for poor-man Walle with Lightbrick <3
And Creative Boxes are great way to spark some imagination!

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By in Netherlands,

What is used as the eyes for the robot?

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By in United States,

Oh my g o s h I need that robot

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By in Germany,

I like the robot but the seaplane is definitely my favorite here - I just love treasure hunting sets!

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By in United States,

The robot is a great color and very Johnny Number Five / Nintendo Game and Match Robot from the 80s.

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By in United States,

Love that robot! I wish they would use more interesting colors like that for other Creator sets. So sick of yellow, red, blue, green, and orange for everything.

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By in United Kingdom,

You can add me to the list of those eager to get hold of that robot - love it!

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By in United States,

The robot looks great, but I'm also happy that the classic box names appear to be applying to the pieces in them. I'm fond of building spaceships with bright highlights, so the Orange Creative Box looks like just the thing.

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By in United States,

The robot looks great, and I rather like the creative boxes.

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By in United States,

The good: Robot and Seaplane look top notch. Great sets.
The bad: Those creative buckets are a huge let down. Not only are they very small, but they contain mostly generic, fairly uninteresting pieces.

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By in United States,

I like both the Creator sets. But what's with the robot's right arm? Is that a socket into which multiple accessory arms will attach?

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By in United Kingdom,

Is 2017 the year of the orange fish?

But that robot is very lovely!

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By in United States,

Looks like the Johnny 5 ideas set did get made, just a bit smaller.

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By in Slovenia,

Robot and plane are going to be in my LEGO Collection. :)

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By in United Kingdom,

Robot looks very simple, yet very appealing. I tend to stay away from a lot of the smaller creator range, but this one I'd buy. I think it'll get a lot of love from children too.

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By in Australia,

Does anyone know of the Biggles books by Captain W.E Johns? Well, Seaplane Adventures is a dead copy of at least 3 of the Biggles books. The techniques are really good too and it is a plane that is build up with bricks, rather than with specialized pieces. I am definitely getting that set no matter how much it is!

The robot looks coll and has some very good use of pieces. But its not my thing.

I had high hopes for the Creative boxes as well. They are horrible!

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By in United Kingdom,

Seaplane Adventures looks quite nice! I like that one!

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By in United States,

The Creator sets look great but it's a shame not to get any pics of their alternate builds! Guess we still have a while to wait on those.

Classic sets are kind of disappointing to me — when I heard about their size I'd hoped they might be a satisfactory replacement for Mixels (or going back further, X-Pods), but their parts are generally much more basic. I guess with the Classic theme that's not too surprising, and they do have some cute models, but there's nothing about their parts selection that would make me want to buy multiples of them rather than a single bigger Classic set with a wider range of pieces. After all, Classic is generally not an expensive theme.

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By in United States,

The robot is adorable! And I like the focus on color for the creative boxes.

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By in Netherlands,

That robot looks like an excellent buddy for Wall-E!

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By in United States,

OMG! It's the Seaduck!

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By in United States,

Another robot fan here. Instant purchase!

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By in Australia,

The "creative" boxes restrict creativity because they're so small.

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By in United States,

@Okay Yep, 31064 Seaplane looks like a dead ringer for the Sea Duck from TaleSpin.

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By in United Kingdom,

i must have that robot it is brilliant!!!
i am definitely getting it instantly!!!!!!!

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By in Canada,

They all look great. The Creative boxes are a great addition at that price tier and have lots of useful parts.

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By in Australia,

Where were these images found?

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By in United States,

A train! A train! oh...shoot....

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By in Philippines,

Out of all the robots they make for creator theme. This one is by far the best. A must buy for me

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By in United States,

Oh my gosh. That robot is awesome!!

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By in United States,

Looks like Mixels became these little packs... without the Mixel marketing campaign

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By in United Kingdom,

Add another tick to the "Who wants the robot?" tally.

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By in United States,

The Exploration Robot is the most beautiful thing I've seen come out of Lego recently. Insta-buy.

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By in United Kingdom,

Are those new eye prints on the red crab?

And I'm another fan of that robot.

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