First Look At the LEGO Unikitty! Collectible Figures Series 1 (41775) Blind Bags

Brickset has uploaded our first images of the contents of the upcoming LEGO Unikitty! Collectible Figures Series 1 (41775), which were first announced by LEGO last April. Found over at a LEGO Certified Store in Zagreb, Croatia, Brickset reader Alan K was kind enough to share these images. The flyer itself follows the typical collector sheet format similar to LEGO CMFs. The sheet and blindbag itself is marked with the Series 1 logo, which suggests that LEGO intends to follow-up with another wave later on.

What I find particularly interesting is the use of new parts to make the Unikitty! Collectible Figures more stable, especially at the neck area. Unlike Unikitty’s first iteration, this later version is sturdier thanks to the introduction of a new 1×3 inverted tile with hole in the middle as you can see below. This allows a 1×1 round plate with shaft to be inserted snugly underneath. It’s surely an improvement both functionally and aesthetically. The cloud baseplate is also an excellent piece with lots of potential.

However, it should still be noted that feeling your way through these LEGO Unikitty blindbags is practically impossible. So if you’re planning to collect all 12 of them, then your best shot is to purchase the whole box and share some to your Unikitty-minded friends. Are you planning to get all of the LEGO Unikitty! Series 1 Collectible Figures? Let us know in the comments below.

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Author: Albert Balanza

Teacher, student, dad, AFOL, psych geek & everything in between. :)

2 thoughts on “First Look At the LEGO Unikitty! Collectible Figures Series 1 (41775) Blind Bags”

  1. I decided to grab 3 out of a new box. I thought it would be a pretty safe bet. I ended up with three of the ice cream cake UniKitties. Ugh! Terrible luck on that one.

    1. Yep, I understand the frustration. The chances of feeling your way through these Unikitty collectible figures blind bags to get the exact figure that you want, are sadly, close to zero.

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