Random set of the day: Sweet Dreamy Jewels

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Sweet Dreamy Jewels

Sweet Dreamy Jewels

©2004 LEGO Group

Today's random set is 7514 Sweet Dreamy 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 42 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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25 comments on this article

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By in United States,

Clikits again! I know what you're up to, Huwbot. That Power Miners set from the other day isn't working to throw off my trail!

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By in United States,

Boy am I getting tired of these pink lego political hacks! How’d they even make it past concept stage??

Edit: I just hacked into the brickset server (sorry Huw) and found the algorithm for the random set.

{random}~_^* {set} dj%[€|] {percentage regular sets—3%} s^{>~} {percentage clickets sets— 97%}

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By in United States,

LEGO has obviously hacked Huwbot and are using it to conduct studies to see if Clikits should make a comeback in 2020. All aboard the hype train!

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By in United States,

How is this even a Lego set?It looks like bracelets and leads with legos studs and small decor on the.

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By in United Kingdom,

Yesss, Huwbot continues it's obsession. How many Clickets sets has it chosen since it started doing this daily post, I wonder? Are there any repeats, and how many Clickets sets have yet to be represented.

Also, this one seems kind of expensive, for the apparent contents. Plus, £/$7 went further in 2004, wasn't that the contemporary price of a Bionicle Toa for the time? This is thin gruel.
Edit: it's better or worse. A Toa metru from 2004 was a dollar more than this in America, but a pound less in the UK. Either way, a much more substantial deal compared to this!

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By in United States,

That name though...

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By in United States,

Coming out of my Dark Ages around 2001, I introduced my daughters to LEGO. They were immediately smitten. Once I discovered that Clickits were available, I was convinced they would love this line, seemingly designed for young girls. Reality could not have been farther from the truth. I don’t believe they ever opened a single Clickits set. Why? Because in their eyes, this wasn’t LEGO. It was just a toy jewelry set that wasn’t even particularly appealing.

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By in United States,

Officially being trolled.

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By in Australia,

... okay, all jokes aside, is anyone else a little tired of Clikits?

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By in United States,

Going through the RSOTD tag, and using the find the word thingy on the browser, this is the 6th one in the last 97 days, and the 9th overall. Strangely, there were NO sets from this theme in the first 91 days!

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By in United States,

Let's start a petition to remove Clickets from the algorithm! Who's with me?!

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By in Singapore,

@MCLegoboy There ARE rumors of a craft jewellery theme called iCreate being launched this year...

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By in United Kingdom,

It's interesting that no other theme generates as much community-spirited conversation as Clikits.

For that reason alone, they deserve every RSOTD slot they get.

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By in Turkey,

So, 9 down 76 to go... I hope RSOTD doesn't repeat, or we are screwed...

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By in Belgium,

Huw described the algorithm in one of the posts, pretty sure "and has not been rsotd before" is in it. So rest assured, only 76 more chances...

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By in Netherlands,

If I was Huwbot I'd take all my life savings, go to Vegas, and put it all on Clikits. It has to be a sign.

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By in United States,

YES! Back to Clikits.

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By in United States,

Just imagine the vitriol if Huwbot were to select, say, Galidor...

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By in United Kingdom,

Huwbot -
I want Fabuland.
Give us Fabuland.
I demand it.
Gimme Gimme Gimme

Please........

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By in Hungary,

Stop.

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By in United Kingdom,

Oh my, TLG really was in a mess back then, wasn't it.

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By in Portugal,

Definitively Huwbot is not random.

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By in United States,

Heh, that's what my groupies refer to me as.

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