Random set of the day: Striped Sunny Jewels

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Striped Sunny Jewels

Striped Sunny Jewels

©2004 LEGO Group

Today's random set is 7515 Striped Sunny Jewels, released in 2004. It's one of 40 Clikits sets produced that year. It contains 48 pieces, and its retail price was US$7/£6.99.

It's owned by 30 Brickset members. If you want to add it to your collection you might find it for sale at BrickLink or eBay.


 

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13 comments on this article

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By in Taiwan,

I still kinda think LEGO missed this one. It'd been nice if they made the three characters as real figures (not likely minifigure so Belville figures also work) than just some bracelets mascots.

As for the bracelets, not sure if they could had been in good use with other System parts such as decorating Belville houses?

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By in United States,

Certainly putting the 'random' in random set of the day today

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By in Australia,

I just had a quick glance at the Clickits theme because of this. I think I now have diabetes, so sugary.

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By in United Kingdom,

Whenever we might think that Friends, Disney Princesses, and the like are a bit too 'pink', we ought to remember that things have actually improved.

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By in United Kingdom,

I vaguely remember these as I hit one of my dark ages. Are they in any way compatible with other Lego?

Also curious as to how successful these were, both as a range in themselves and converting to core Lego sets.

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By in United Kingdom,

I recently came across a couple of Clickits sets secondhand (one had never been opened!!). They were an interesting concept but they didn't seem worth the price - I worked at Woolworths when they were around and they weren't good sellers. I have a theory though if they were re realised under a different name without the Lego name on they would probably be quite popular. Girls do seem to love beads by the gallizon and always love to have 'pretty' things to fiddle with - loom bands etc!! Because it said 'Lego' on the box it confused people!!

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By in France,

I have discovered the existence of this "theme" just a few months ago, on Brickset, and had never heard or seen anything of it before... Can we still talk about Lego? As a brand only, and as quoted in comments I wonder if it proved successful or not. Probably not enough to last long?

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By in Hungary,

"It's owned by 30 Brickset members."
Usually this number is several hundreds/thousands.

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By in United Kingdom,

I was exactly the target age for Clikits when it was around, and I loved it! A lot of my friends did as well: there was a while where it was a really popular gift to give if you were asked to someone's birthday party. Not something you'd really expect from Lego, but I felt I was getting too old for Belville and the rest of the themes at the time felt very boyish (I hadn't yet started getting into Harry Potter), so most of the Lego I amassed was Clikits sets. To be honest, even if Friends or Elves had been around I'd still have asked for Clikits, it was really good.

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By in Australia,

Not as useless as you might think: check out Maico Arts' use of Clickits parts in a GBC module!

https://youtu.be/ZWLctnZwZbU?t=693
(time: 11:33 if it doesn't go there straightaway)

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By in United Kingdom,

My daughters were the right age when the theme was around and they loved it. We still have a huge box full -- cushions, bags, beads, boxes, necklaces etc. etc., I kept it all. I'll dig it out again if and when they have daughters of their own.

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By in Australia,

Are the clickits pieces actually compatible with Lego studs?

Because I can see the decorating potential, here.

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By in United Kingdom,

It doesn't get much more random than this!

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