Frozen II sets revealed!

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Images of six upcoming Frozen II sets have been posted by Serbian toy retailer, Kockarium. These are expected to be released during October and encompass some interesting subjects, including 41169 Olaf.

Update: Images have been removed in anticipation of being asked to do so by LEGO's brand protection team.

41164 Enchanted Tree House

  • 49.99€
  • 302 pieces
  • Anna, Olaf, Lieutenant Matthias

41165 Anna's Canoe

  • 19.99€
  • 108 pieces
  • Anna, Olaf

41166 Elsa and the Reindeer Carriage

  • 29.99€
  • 116 pieces
  • Elsa, Sven, Baby Reindeer

41167 Arendelle Castle

  • 79.99€
  • 521 pieces
  • Anna, Elsa, Kristoff

41168 Elsa's Jewellery Box

  • 39.99€
  • 300 pieces
  • Elsa

41169 Olaf

  • 14.99€
  • 122 pieces


Are you looking forward to these Frozen II sets? Let us know in the comments.

41 comments on this article

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By in United Kingdom,

cool. i like the Olaf!!!

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By in Netherlands,

Damn these are overpriced

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By in United States,

Some of these give off a very Elves-like vibe, which is good. I also see some very useful, and probably soon to be expensive on Bricklink, pieces and new prints! Only question, 41165 appears to have a teeter-totter directly in front of a troll's tombstone...? Maybe I'm not seeing that quite right?

Ps. Didn't notice the prices until now... yikes!

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By in United States,

I'll wait to see the movie first, before considering any of these.

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By in United Kingdom,

41166 Elsa and the Reindeer Carriage:
116 pieces. €29.99.
I'm aware it has 3 "figures", but that seems very steep.

There are bits of the builds here I like. The treehouse is nice, and the jewelry box is a novel idea, but nothing really catches my attention. Not at these prices anyway.

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By in United Kingdom,

For Disney Minidoll sets these are excellent, price are a wee bit steep but not that bad and some nice figures, though I prefer thebold Olaf minifigure previously seen but the new on fits the minidoll styling.

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By in United States,

I didn't really like the first Frozen movie (mainly because it didn't appeal to me) and I'm probably not gonna see the second one. These are all boring, and all but Olaf are overpriced as heck.

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By in United States,

Well, looks like I've got to save up for that Magic Tree House. The main tree itself is great, and those aspen/birch pieces are phenomenal! Here's hoping they'll be on Bricks and Pieces, as well.

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By in United Kingdom,

My daughter says yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes (all with jumping and down to go along with them). Now have big headaches about Christmas and birthday sets.

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By in Canada,

...Anyone notice the jewelry? And the jewelry box?
THE RETURN OF CLIKITS.
Our most indomitable overlord Huwbot, after his victory over Brickset, has set his eyes/sensors on a bigger prize: The LEGO Group!

Other than the disturbing revelation that we are being conquered by Clikits, the treehouse is nice. Very Elves-esque. Extremely disappointed that Elves is gone. It was such a great theme...

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By in United States,

NO NO NOOOOOOOO

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By in Denmark,

Overpriced?
ISD go home!!

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By in United States,

Arendelle Castle reminds me of the Knights Kingdom I subtheme from 2000 or 2001.

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By in United Kingdom,

Saw these on IG earlier, like the Arandelle castle but prefer the original from a couple of years back, the treehouse is a good build similar to Rosalyns healing hideout..
The rest are ok,

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By in United States,

Top of the castle reminds me of the top of the great hall in the first Lego Hogwarts.

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By in United States,

Olaf looks great!

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By in Canada,

Arendelle Castle looks like a really cute set! It reminds me a lot of older sets. Olaf is cool and I'm also getting a bit of an Elves vibe from some, especially the treehouse. I love the jewelry box, though. It's a really cute and clever idea and that new horse mold is beautiful.

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By in Poland,

Overpriced version of Elves :D
Love the castle and Treehouse <3

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By in Norway,

Birch trees! Also the big house reminds me of the original Hogwarts Great Hall :)

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By in United States,

looks a lot like lego elves. I'm only minorly impressed, though the Olaf does look neat. I'm not a big fan of that kristoff minidoll though.

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By in United States,

Big OOF on those PPRs, but the Olaf one mildly interests me.

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By in Puerto Rico,

Clikit is back to!!! Not interested in the slightest but some cool designs.

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By in United States,

Are these juniors or normal? Either way I think they're solid

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By in Netherlands,

Like that Olaf.
But those other RRPs make the new ISD seem like a bargain.
Perhaps that was the idea ;-)

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By in United States,

Frozen fans must be happy

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By in United States,

Disney tax is in full force on these sets.

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By in Latvia,

The Jewellery Box is an interesting idea! They could do more such things in different themes

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By in Poland,

Where are Olaf EYEBROWS?

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By in United States,

The pictures are still on Brothers Brick for those of you who have not yet seen them.

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By in United Kingdom,

Nothing jumping out at me wrt the sets but Elsa's new head I like

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By in United States,

What is the brand protection team? I have never heard of them until now.

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By in United States,

I really like these sets but I am a Frozen Fan. Not overly impressed with the Olaf build, that one would be a clearance only buy for me. After seeing these I understand why there are no Lego Elves sets this year. A couple of these would fit in quite well with some of the Elves sets. Wish the two smaller sets weren't "Juniors" but at least that means they shouldn't have all those darn stickers that will fall off eventually.

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By in Netherlands,

Funny that removing the images should in any way "protect the brand".
Actually, without the images as a remedy, those prices look even more atrocious if all you see is the number of pieces and the the ludicrous RRPs right next to them.
People will go "116 pieces for 29.99 Euro? WTF?"

Perhaps next the "brand protection team" will kindly ask you to remove the number of pieces as well.
After all, Brickset is UK based, and thanks to some stupid TLG policy, Europeans are not even allowed to see directly on the box how many pieces a set has - contrary to the US where this seems to be mandatory information.

Ah well, TLG is lashing out helplessly at small competitors in Europe already as they correctly fear that ever more customers are not willing to put up with their BS antics anymore. Good thing this site is called BRICKset and not LEGOset, for in a couple of years TLG might be just one among many selling brick based sets. Probably still the biggest, but certainly with smaller marketshare than today - and rightly so I might add.

"Brand protection team"... *shakeshead*

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By in United States,

Don't blame TLG for the excessive "Brand Protection" in regards to Disney licenses. Disney is ridiculously over the top when it comes to embargo on sneak peeks of their licensed products. It isn't exclusive to Lego. Disney does the same thing with Pandora Jewelry and many other licensed products. Their legal group is aggressively overprotective. There is absolutely nothing I've seen in the images of these new sets that would appear to give away any crucial plot points. Personally for me the worst spoiler was years ago when the sound track for SW Phantom Menace was released prior to the movie with a track named "Qui-Gon's Noble End", talk about a spoiler.

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By in Latvia,

For those who think the sets are overpriced, most of them are 4+ sets that have big pre-moulded parts, so the price is bigger. Just look at any Jurassic world 4+ set and look at the number of pieces and the prices

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By in United Kingdom,

you can call him Lieutenant Matthias if you want, Disney, but that is clearly Bail Organa XD should have known that when they bought star wars there'd be crossovers!

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By in United States,

"Update: Images have been removed in anticipation of being asked to do so by LEGO's brand protection team."

In anticipation? Wow. That's some next-level bootlicking.

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By in United States,

they don't show the photos. in the front page you could see olaf. so i would be thinking about getting him.

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