Good news for LEGO Parts aficionados! LEGO have just loaded up new elements to the online Pick a Brick system (formerly known as Bricks and Pieces), which means that plenty of new parts from the June 2022 release window are now available!
Check out all the new parts in your respective regions below:
To learn more about how you can order these parts, here’s more information on LEGO’s Pick and Build hub.
Wade Dave has also shared his handy PDF of some of the more interesting elements loaded to Pick a Brick! Do note that prices are in AUD.
Be sure to also check New Elementary’s roundup of brand new October elements – some of these should be available in about 3 or 4 months on Pick a Brick!
There’s also a new quality of life change, and I’m really pleased that the LEGO Pick and Build team have been so quick to implement this change based on feedback, but you can now filter by system!
This means you don’t need any Duplo or Technic elements when searching! Or you can just exclusively look at Duplo elements if that’s what you’re into.
In the filter section, you’ll find this in the “System” dropdown.
For me, I’ve been waiting AGES for this Pick and Build update for one thing and one thing alone – the new Sheep Wool element is now available to order. It’s not cheap… but I absolutely need to upgrade my flock of Sheep with some new Sheep Armour.
This new Wool accessory was first introduced in 60346 Barn and Farm Animals, and as a big collector of LEGO livestock, I just had to grab a few of them.
Another thing I noticed is that a lot of the newer elements have had some insane markups applied to them. See above for some examples.
I really don’t think these new Corn elements (as cool as they look) are worth US$5.02 a pop.
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Awesome! While I love pick a brick I agree with you, some pieces are crazily priced!
We have always bought sets with the anticipation of being able to add pieces in the future from Bricks and Pieces. Now, one teeny tiny piece of corn is $6.38 Can. There is no way we will be paying for this steep of a price increase for pieces to add to sets bought. In fact, I can see this greatly impacting how much lego we even continue to buy from now on; any set that we normally would have bought with plans to add to via bricks and pieces since sets come with so few speciality pieces, we will simply walk away from. In addition, one of the biggest fans in my household is my teen girl who has always bought tons of animals….but $19 for the new horse, $21 for a giraffe, and $5 for a tiny bunny will end this. It’s now completely out of affordability range. Very sad, really.
Hi Lynn for animals I go to AliExpress,com much cheaper different varieties and colours all ship from China but for mics it’s worth the price you may have to put them together yourself but they are just as good as Lego
That would explain why Duplo and Technic logos started showing on preview pictures. It’s pleasing to see Lego make such changes. Some categories (such as animals and food) can be difficult to distinguish Duplo elements from Lego elements without referring to third-party sites. I’d like to see Friends elements added to the system as well, so mini-doll figures can be excluded from searches.
I wonder if some parts are purposely priced high to encourage buying of the sets instead of the new pieces? Giraffe: $26. Horse: $21. Corn: $7.50. Grocery prices are not just rising at the supermarket… In fairness, it looks like the more expensive elements are those that have multiple colours and are not a flat surface for printings. (E.g., printed tiles are still cheap.) Could be more expensive due to more complicated moulding?
The Globe’s printed tiles are now available for individual purchase. (6361435 for Australia.) Some of these look like they’ll be snapped up pretty quickly! Thank you Jay for the update.
Some of those prices are insane