Monday, July 11, 2016

LEPIN 06022 NINJAG Temple of Airjitzu Review

It's been nearly a month since I did my last bootleg building bricks review, no thanks to Euro 2016. I'm glad it's finally over - congratulations Portugal for winning!

I'll be reviewing the Temple of Airjitzu this time...the bootleg version of course. I set my eyes on this set for quite some time but couldn't afford it at that time. It was the BELA version which I wanted but too bad my supplier in GM Klang did not have it. They had the LEPIN version instead which I readily accepted. The LEPIN 06022 is the bootleg version of the LEGO 70751. Box comparison below. Unlike the original version, the LEPIN version has an extra 122 pieces.

Original Lego 70751

LEPIN (Front)

LEPIN (Back)

Bricks Packaging

Let's start assembling!

Ta da! So much fun assembling this set! Now, the verdict below.

I'll rate this set 9/10. Somehow I feel that this time the mini figures and bricks quality are slightly better than the previous LEPIN sets eventhough this set has been out for quite some time. There were no missing bricks BUT I had one part which was the not the right size which screwed up one of my buildings. It's the cross axle bar (refer picture below) which was not the right length so I had to sacrifice one of the decorations for one of the smaller houses. The stickers are kinda small so you'll need steady hands (or small hands like me) to apply it on certain bricks. Apart from that, I had no other problems which this set. Oh, I love the LED light show! You can view it in the Youtube video below.

I ordered some LED bricks from China and decided to test it on the Temple of Airjitzu. Looks like a success!

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  1. How would you say lepin quality is? On a scale of 10, 10 being lego quality how do you rate lepin? Thanks!


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