Random set of the day: Friends 4-Ever Jewels & More

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Friends 4-Ever Jewels & More

Friends 4-Ever Jewels & More

©2005 LEGO Group

Today's random set is 7540 Friends 4-Ever Jewels & More, released in 2005. It's one of 20 Clikits sets produced that year. It contains 66 pieces, and its retail price was US$10/£6.99.

It's owned by 13 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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17 comments on this article

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By in United States,

Seriously?? We go from awesome power miners yesterday— one of the crowns of the Lego effort— to this????

Augh!!!

(Sorry to the people who like this set—if you can even call it a set...)

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By in United States,

And now back to our regularly scheduled broadcast of Clickts......

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By in Netherlands,

IMO the only useable Clickits parts are the transparant little rings which provide two anti-stud connections for some SNOT building. (And then only in some of the available colours.)
The rest of it to me is easily forgettable...
Indeed yesterdays Power Miners brought back much better memories!

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By in Australia,

From Power Miners to Clikits? Damn, Huwbot. Talk about whiplash...

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By in United States,

Wow. Huwbot probably pulled the Power Miners set yesterday just to convince us that he is NOT a Clikits-obsessed sentient being.

I'm on to you, Huwbot!

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By in Austria,

This is not even real LEGO imho.

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By in Turkey,

Don't worry, there are only 85 Clickit sets. So how many did we see until now, 7, 8? 70+ more sets to go...

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By in United Kingdom,

Death Star, Taj Mahal, Vestas Wind Turbine...

Is Friends 4-Ever Jewels & More next...?

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By in Finland,

TBH, I think the pieces look kinda interesting and overall the set doesn't look too bad. I almost want to give it a try!

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By in United Kingdom,

I remember that, bizarrely, those heart pieces were compatible with one of the Bionicle masks from 2004. I guess it was easier, in the moulding process, to base part of the mask shape around a piece that already existed, but...

The mouthpiece of 8602; it fits one of the heart pieces, upsidedown, exactly. I saw it mentioned, back in the day, on the Bionicle fansite I was part of; and that fact apparently has stuck with me.

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By in United Kingdom,

...I now want to see the thunder driller from yesterday in a bejewelled clikits form

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By in United Kingdom,

Can't this rubbish be taken out of the algorithm, like books and stuff? Considering there's no conventional parts in that "set"...

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By in Germany,

Just happened to find clikits sets in the toy shop I visited today. They're still there...

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By in Portugal,

Huwbot please stop put clikits as random set.

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By in Netherlands,

Hard to call this LEGO when its basicly beads you put on a string.

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By in Venezuela,

Jeez people, what happened? Did Clikits steal your newspaper or something?
Last year we all took it as a mild but amusing annoyance, but now you just seem bitter about it. The whole point of the RSotD is, as far as I understand, discovering new or forgotten sets and inciting conversation about them. Getting angry at the results you don't find appealing (this is how randomness works, it's gonna give you similar results every once in a while) is obtuse and counterproductive to the feature's intent.
I personally enjoy it better when the sets chosen aren't common System stuff, since it reminds us that TLG has, for better or worse, done quite more than just that. And yes, it might not be very useful, but if I had to take this set or nothing, I don't see any reason to turn it down. I could use the purple parts for something, and give away the girly stuff. Heck, I could give it all away to two girls I know!
The modularity is there. The compatibilty is there. The quality standards are there.
It IS LEGO, just not LEGO System. Removing it from the algorithm would be like censoring LEGO's toy history. And we all know what censorship entails.

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By in United States,

2019 is off to a great start! More Clikits please!

And I'm serious, too. I enjoy the meme. If you guys want Clikits removed, I'll fight with the same argument that Lyonel McBaseplate-11just made, and the same argument I and others made to add Constraction when it wasn't there.

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