After being unceremoniously leaked through a grainy catalogue photo, LEGO have officially revealed the 2nd LEGO Ideas set of 2022 – 21332 The Globe!
With a global (heh) release date of 1 February 2022, the 2,585-piece LEGO Ideas Globe will be priced at US$199.99 / AU$319.99 / £174.99, and will be available exclusively on LEGO.com, or your local LEGO store.
Be sure to also check out my review of the LEGO Globe to see more photos, and more importantly, how impressive it spins!
See below for regional pricing and links:
- 21332 Globe [US] – US$199.99
- 21332 Globe [AUS] – AU$319.99
- 21332 Globe [UK] – £174.99
- 21332 Globe [EU] – €199.99
- 21332 Globe [CA] – CAD$269.99
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Announced all the way back in September 2020 (which feels like a lifetime ago), the LEGO Globe brings fan designer Guillaume Roussel’s successful project to life, adding to LEGO’s expansive list of brick-built everyday objects such as the Typewriter, Adidas Superstar Sneaker and Bird of Paradise pot plant, among others.
Explorers, get set for adventure! The LEGO Group has revealed the LEGO® Ideas The Globe, sure to spark fans’ imaginations of traveling around the world, exploring new places and building new memories.
The 2585-piece set beautifully shows a realistic, customizable vintage brick-built earth globe, with printed names of the continents and oceans that glow in the dark so you can display and see the world at every moment. In addition, once built the set spins, a first for a LEGO globe at this scale.
The set was designed as part of the LEGO Ideas® platform, a LEGO initiative that takes new ideas that have been imagined and voted for by fans and turns them into reality. France-based LEGO fan, Guillaume Roussel, was responsible for creating the concept for the LEGO Ideas The Globe – having been inspired by the tales of Jules Verne. Talking about how he approached the design, Guillaume said: “When approaching the design, I asked myself ‘what could be creative, educational and touch most of the world?’ And the answer was just ‘the world itself’”.
It’s quite a sizable set – the Globe’s circumference
diameter measures approximately 83cm, and the model’s dimensions are 30 cm (11.5 in) in length, 26 cm (10 in) long, and 40 cm (16 in) high.
It’s a great display piece, especially if you like old timey objects, or maps in general, and yes, it will go incredibly well with the LEGO Map for those into cartography.
Enjoy more lifestyle photos that LEGO have provided.
I’ll be publishing my review of the LEGO Globe very soon, so be sure to keep your eye on the blog for my full review.
In the meantime, you can check out my Speed Build video on my Youtube Channel to see the set come together!
21332 The Globe will be available on 1 February 2022 exclusively on LEGO.com, or your local LEGO store.
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John Cooper says
This is a copy of MORK set 031001 !
Now flat earthers can hate Lego too… 😀
They can’t because the World Map exists!
This set is great news for the Hollow Earth people though.
I can’t imagine that I would part with $320 for this set.
Yeah, that’s why I felt it was pretty pricey in my review.
If it was 20% off, it becomes slightly more appealing.
I think you have a small typo on the globe. It’s described as almost 83cm (eighty-three) but based on the dimensions on the product page, 8.3cm (eight point three) looks more accurate.
Looks like another interesting set to add to the wishlist!
There is a dimension wrong somewhere as it says 30x26x40cm so there is no way it can be 83cm diameter, but 8.3cm is not right either. 8.3cm is something like 14 studs; maybe 8.3 inches?
Apologies, I meant to write circumference!
This will be the basis for the next Death Star