Rebecca has been reviewing the Aira’s Pegasus Sleigh LEGO Elves set (41077). She has a couple of the pocket money LEGO Elves sets so she was very excited to also get this one. I adore LEGO Elves and really wish they had been around when I was younger.
As always the LEGO instructions were really easy to understand and Rebecca made her set easily. I was very impressed with how simple it is to make such an impressive looking playscene with so many moving parts and also without the need for batteries.
About the set:
Fly up to the sky in a magical sleigh pulled by flying horses!
Build a flying sleigh with Aira Windwhistler, the Wind Elf! Fly up to the clouds pulled by Starshine and Rufus, the 2 pegasi to help the LEGO® Elves find the magic wind key they need to send their lost friend Emily Jones back to the human world. Load up the chest with cookies for the journey and then follow the magic map with Aira and Azari Firedancer, the Fire Elf, to an ancient windmill in the sky. Miku the baby dragon has the last key, but how will the elf friends get it from her? Help Aira muster her magic wind powers to blow cookies towards Miku, and distract her long enough to grab the key. Includes Aira Windwhistler and Azari Firedancer mini-doll figures, plus Miku the baby dragon and 2 pegasi: Starshine and Rufus.
- Includes Aira Windwhistler and Azari Firedancer mini-doll figures, plus Miku the baby dragon and 2 pegasi: Starshine and Rufus
- Features Aira’s Pegasus Sleigh and an ancient windmill with a secret cave
- Aira’s Pegasus Sleigh opens for the Elves to get inside and features pop-out wings and a chest for storing supplies
- Windmill features turning sails, a fishpond and a cozy cave with a hook for the key
- Accessory elements include 2 cookies, a fish, lamp, map, signpost with the four elements, wind key and 2 power icons: wind and fire
- Build a magical Pegasus sleigh to fly up to the clouds!
- Head to the cozy cave to read the magic map
- Relax under the windmill by the pond after finding the wind key
- Windmill measures over 5” (13cm) high, 3” (10cm) wide and 2” (7cm) deep
- Pegasus sleigh (with wings extended and 2 pegasi) measures over 1” (5cm) high, 10” (26cm) long and 4” (12cm) wide
The chest opens and closes to store their cookies and the magic key.
The two pegasi, Starshine and Rufus have moving wings to help them fly.
The sleigh opens up to let Aira Windwhistler and Azari Firedancer mini-doll figures into their seats.
The sleigh wings pop out.
As well as opening, the trunk can also be used on it’s own, seperate to the sleigh.
Miku, the baby dragon!
The windmill has spinning sails.
Look at the little details, such as this lantern.
The windmill opens up to reveal a secret cave.
The fishpond makes a great place for the elves to relax after their adventures.
The girls have spent hours playing with this set, they love making up their own stories and I love hearing them “act” them all out.
Watch Rebecca’s video to see more of this LEGO Elves set in action:
It’s a magical set, available for £34.99 from the LEGO Shop. It is suitable for ages 8-12 years (and grown ups too, of course!).
Rebecca is now hoping that there will be a LEGO Elves Advent Calendar out this year, so I’ve got my fingers crossed! She has also mentally added Skyra’s Mysterious Sky Castle to her Christmas list.
We were sent this set to review. All opinions are honest and our own.