Mark your calendars! Earlier today, LEGO Ideas has set into the stone its deadline for this year’s Second 2016 Ideas Review on Monday next week, September 2. This means that submitted projects only have the next 3 days to gather the necessary votes to hit that 10K mark. Here’s LEGO Ideas official announcement:
As Autumn slowly creeps up on us, so does the Second 2016 LEGO Ideas Review deadline. Projects have until Monday September 5th at 12:00 midnight (Central European Summer Time or GMT+2) to gather support if they want to be considered in the Second 2016 LEGO Ideas Review. Want to help your favourite project reach the 10,000 supporter milestone before the deadline? Then help spread the word and push those projects to the finish line!
Projects that reach 10,000 supporters after midnight on Monday qualify for the Third 2016 review period ending Monday, January 9, 2017.
Currently, 12 awesome projects have gathered the necessary 10,000 supporters. Will any other projects make it into the Second 2016 LEGO Ideas Review over the weekend? You’ve got the power to make it happen.
As of this writing the following, LEGO Ideas Projects have made it to the circle of the 10K club.
Women of NASA by Maia Weinstock
Addams Family Mansion by afol777
Voltron – Defender of the Universe by Lendy Tayag
LEGO Observatory Mountain View by ThomasW
Modular Construction Site by Ryan Taggart
Merchant’s House by bigboy99899
Plum Creek – The Little House on the Prairie by SeigneurFett
Lamborghini Veneno Roadster by Firas Abu-Jaber
Lovelace and Babbage by Stewart Cromar
The Large Hadron Collider by Nathan Readioff
Star Wars UCS X34 Landspeeder by Aaron Fiskum
Spaceballs – Eagle 5 by Niels van de Keer
Not far behind to make it to the September 5th deadline is the Hulkbuster UCS by Raymond Chow. As of this writing, it still needs around 1,100++ votes in order to hit the 10K mark. Additionally, LEGO Ideas have also mentioned that the first 2016 LEGO Review Results will be coming soon. With nine projects that qualified, the anticipation to know which among these projects will finally receive the thumbs up from LEGO’s team of reviewers and designers is no less than thrilling.
What is your personal favorite among these LEGO Ideas project? Mine is Lendy Tayag’s Voltron – Defender of the Universe. Share us what you think in the comments below.