21335:Idea Motorised Lighthouse by 5th Jan,2023.
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21335:Idea Motorised Lighthouse by 5th Jan,2023.

Today we are reviewing Ideas 21335 Electric Lighthouse, which passed the third review of LEGO Ideas 2020 for the final mass production slot. The original design of the electric lighthouse is 47 cm high and stands on an isolated island. A real lighthouse with rotating lights is achieved with the help of light bricks placed at the top and a small motor mounted at the bottom of the model. The fan designer of the model, Sandro Quattrini, is a 20-year-old guy from Canada.
The parts pack consists of 13 serial packs, a dark blue 32x32 base plate, 4 mountain parts, a motor, a set of lighting parts and a control box. There are 2065pcs of parts in total, and the construction time is about 6 hours.
There are two manuals in total, the first one is the foundation of building the lighthouse, the second one is the main body of building the lighthouse. The first manual begins with the history of the lighthouse, the Fenier lens, and an interview with a fan designer.
Adhesive paper has 2 small pieces, one is decorative painting and map, the other is mirror adhesive paper.
There are two of them, a female sailor and a lighthouse keeper.
The women's clothes are printed front and back, with two-color legs, a green fisherman's hat and a compass.
The lighthouse keeper's clothes are also printed front and back, with a captain's hat and a telescope.
The head is all one-sided.

Instead of the ocean, the deep blue floor is covered with bricks of various colors. Different colors make it easier to locate parts.
The electrical parts of the electric lighthouse are hidden in the rock at the bottom, and the giant controllers and motors are installed first. The bottom of the motor has several black rubber parts as shock absorbers for use.
Although it is 18+ product line, the drawings need to be teased this time. Can you see a few parts placed there at a glance? The previous tradition of highlighting the location of parts is gone. Sometimes, after the previous step is completed, the next step can not be found.
The next step was to enclose the electronics inside the rock foundation, which used four large rock bricks. The large rock bricks have a single shape, so the designers added different details to these parts to reflect different rock forms.
The driving part is made up of some interesting parts, such as gold rings as gaskets, red technology plugs, etc. Let's run the electricity to see if the transmission can turn smoothly before encapsulation.
Once the interior was complete, large slabs were used to cover the foundation, paving the ground for the houses behind and the lighthouse.
The battery case is cleverly hidden in the mountain. This rock block is movable, so you can change the battery easily.
The caretaker's house is a very delicate little building. The exterior walls of the house use 1X2 and 1X1 bricks hanging on the walls to reflect the style of bricks.
It has a bed, side table, fireplace, chest of drawers, tea set and map.
Interior parts include wall clocks, pans, forks and wine bottles. The stove that heats the water has a light effect linked to the light of the lighthouse. The map on the desk mentioned earlier is a map of the coastline of the Gaspe Peninsula (Quebec) -- the lighthouse model was inspired by this family trip.
The light from the fireplace creates a warm color through the orange transparent brick, which fills the whole house and looks very warm.

The name plate on the roof reads: Australia-Aurora Point. The roof is detachable, so you can take off the scenery inside the house.
The main structure of the lighthouse is composed of stud support +1X4 hanging bricks, and then a variety of curved panels are used to form the facade, which was used in the 21309 Saturn V.
The electric drive meshes with an eight-tooth gear and rotates the shaft by 90°, which greatly reduces the speed of rotation and enhances torque.
This 2X4 Lego Fresnel lens is a brand new piece that went through a number of prototype screenings before finally being used in the current version. Using mirror adhesive paper attached to 2X3 bricks with angles, light can be redirected through the lens.
Transparent rolling shutter door parts are used as glass walls, but we should pay attention to the front and back sides when putting together, and the smooth surface is rolled inward.
The two ends of the transparent roller curtain can be inserted into the 1x2 circular projection plate to form a cylinder.
The light is not very bright, it is not very visible during the day, but you can see the beam.
Let's take a look at what it looks like when it's all done.
The whole kit assembling process is rather boring in the early stage, and the position of the parts needs to be checked very carefully when the bottom is constructed. The instructions are not very clear, and the lighthouse and the house are relatively easy. After the completion of the overall structure is still very good, high degree of viewing, not to mention a rotating lamp. The cost performance of the set is not very affordable, after all, there are expensive motors in the set, but remove the motor, the soul of the lighthouse is gone, which is a difficult part to choose.

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