Tenoo Jedi Temple Review – Up to the Temple we go!

When LEGO anounced another 4+ Star Wars set we were all understandably concerned. However tying it directly to the Disney show was a stroke of marketing genius.

75358 Tenoo Jedi Temple

Give young kids aged 4 and up an awesome first experience of building and playing in the LEGO® Star Wars™ universe with this Tenoo Jedi Temple (75358) starter set. The temple has a ‘levitating’ rock function and detailed interior with lots of playful features. There is also a training droid and balance test for Jedi training, plus a speeder bike. A cool gift for Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures fans, the set also includes new-for-June-2023 LEGO minifigures of Lys Solay and Kai Brightstar, plus a Master Yoda LEGO minifigure. Fun to build The simple pictorial instructions are perfect for children who are only just learning to read. For added digital fun, the LEGO Builder app features intuitive zoom and rotate tools that let kids visualize their model as they build. The 4+ experience LEGO Star Wars 4+ construction toys are specially designed with Starter Bricks so even first-time builders can construct vehicles, buildings and more with just a little help from an adult or older sibling.

    • Learn-to-build LEGO® Star Wars™ set (75358) – Young kids can quickly build the Tenoo Jedi Temple and pretend to be Jedi apprentices in training with this fun-packed starter set
    • 3 LEGO® Star Wars™ minifigures – Lys Solay and Kai Brightstar with mid-size legs and Master Yoda with small legs. Each character has a lightsaber for Jedi training
    • Tenoo Jedi Temple – Features a ‘levitating’ rock function, a kitchen with a buildable blue milk carton, bunk beds with a hinged ladder, 2 clips for lightsabers and a crystal element
    • Buildable toy speeder bike and Jedi training equipment – The speeder bike has space for all 3 LEGO® minifigures, and there is a training droid and balance test to inspire children’s imaginations
    • Gift idea for preschoolers – This 124-piece LEGO® Star Wars™ starter set makes a fun birthday present, holiday gift or surprise treat for Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures fans aged 4 and up
    • Compact set for play on the go – The temple measures over 4.5 in. (12 cm) high, 5.5 in. (14 cm) wide and 3.5 in. (8 cm) deep
    • Fun to build together – Find step-by-step pictorial instructions in the box and check out the LEGO® Builder app for digital instructions, plus zoom and rotate viewing tools
    • The 4+ experience – LEGO® Star Wars™ 4+ building toys give kids a fun introduction to the Star Wars universe, helping them learn to build and develop their imaginations through play
    • High quality – LEGO® components meet rigorous industry standards to ensure consistent, strong connection and robust builds
    • Safety assurance – LEGO® components are tested to the max to make sure that they comply with strict global safety standards

Ages Pieces VIP Points Item Minifigures Value

We always wondered who was going to purchase 4+ sets based on The Empire Strikes Back. How many 4-6 year olds have been watching Episodes IV through VI without falling asleep? Luckily no kids are going to fall asleep with the easy to consume roughly 10 minute episodes of the young Jedi adventures. With another set rumoured the be on the way this summer. Now you can blast off on adventures with Bingbong Supercrest, Stev Trambor and Yoda. (Those are totally their real names.) The figures are really nice, these are high republic style robes which we have only recieved a similar style with the Jedi Consular in set 75205 Jedi Defender-class Cruiser

The set also features a purple lightsaber which we would love to see remain exclusive to Mace Windu, but it appears Disney has thrown that out the window. The set also features a training droid which has been given it’s own figure number: sw1271. Although we seem to think this training droid is actually RJ-83, which makes no sense to include a random training droid and not the named droid from the show. There is also a glaring omission of the Jedi Padawan Nubs

As per usual using price per piece makes no sense with a 4+ set that is covered in larger parts. Based on Canadian prices 49.99 CAD the set weighs in at 164 grams making it $0.30 CAD per gram, similarly the 75346 Pirate Snub Fighter which we recently reviewed weighs in at 193 grams and costs $44.99 CAD making it: $0.23 cad per gram.

Overall this is a great set for figures and nicely printed Star Wars parts as all 4+ sets do not have stickers. Their real names are Lys Solay and Kai Brightstar. So let the padawan adventures continues for 200 or so years before Anakin wipes them all out.

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