Random set of the day: Star Birthday Pack

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Star Birthday Pack

Star Birthday Pack

©2004 LEGO Group

Today's random set is 10083 Star Birthday Pack, released in 2004. It's one of 40 Clikits sets produced that year. It contains 70 pieces, and its retail price was US$6/£4.5.

It's owned by 7 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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14 comments on this article

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By in Australia,

Someone needs to give Huwbot a little nudge, he's stuck on Clikits.

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By in United States,

We are officially being trolled.

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By in United States,

#downwithhuwbot!

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By in Brazil,

-----.*.**HÅÇK3D BY ÇLÎKÎT§**.*.-----

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By in United States,

I find it funny that this set starts with the same numbers as USC sets, 10xxx. Maybe that confused poor Huwbot?

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By in United Kingdom,

once the lego movie part two is out, I can see clikits becoming a hot commodity for people wanting to MOC things from the Sis-Star System

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By in Sweden,

.....aaaaand we are back! :)

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By in Finland,

Remember, this is a 'random' set. It can be anything, and it's supposed to be an irregular choice! Another Clikits set is most likely even more random than some cool old set. It's not meant to be a list of purely awesome sets that everyone likes! ;)

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By in Italy,

^ Can't wait to see some Galidor, then!

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By in United States,

Something like this I feel, based on current Lego themes would sell pretty well in the party sections of many stores.

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By in Portugal,

Again clikits with random set.

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By in Hungary,

Huwbot, go home, you are drunk!

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By in United Kingdom,

Is this the set owned by the fewest Brickset members?

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By in United States,

@HugeYellowBrick: The least owned sets on Brickset are ten brick-patterned bags and one minifigure watch (all Gear items released in August): #5005512-1 , #5005514-1 , #5005518-1 , #5005520-1 , #5005523-1 , #5005525-1 , #5005531-1 , #5005534-1 , #5005535-1 , #5005537-1 #5005611-1 . Each of these is owned by only one Bricksetter.

The non-gear items owned by the fewest people (two) are:
• Supplemental System parts packs from 1950
• Switzerland-only System canisters from 1957, 1961, and 1964
#155-2 (cross track from Samsonite train sets, released 1966)
#66591-1 (a two-pack of the Han Solo and Chewbacca BrickHeadz)
#45025-1 (an Education set based around the revived Duplo Intelligent Train system)
All of these items are owned by only two people. So, generally speaking, it's all either really new stuff or really old stuff, typically released only to a limited and sometimes unclear market.

And while I'm looking around at this stuff, here's non-gear, non-book items 3 people own:
• Three 2003 Seasonal/Christmas sets released only at LEGO stores in Japan
• A bunch more 1950s/1960s System sets (supplemental parts packs, standard boxes, a mosaic set, a 24-pack of 1:87 scale molded vehicles,
#2000400-1 , a Serious Play set with an unclear release date
• Various Racers co-packs
• Dacta sets and a Primo sample polybag from the 90s
• Service packs with electrical elements from the 70s, 80s, and 90s
• US-only Preschool sets from the 70s (pre-Duplo)

So yeah, that pattern of old limited release items seems to sum up a lot of the least-owned sets.

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