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Lego Ideas TRON: Legacy (21314)

Product Information

  • Build, play and display with this futuristic LEGO Ideas 21314 TRON: Legacy toy from Disney, featuring 2 Light Cycles, each with minifigure seats and translucent-coloured light-style elements, plus a divisible TRON grid with attachment points for the vehicles. Use the grid as a display base for the Light Cycles or split it in 2 to recreate the chase scene from Disney’s TRON: Legacy movie. Alternatively, stage an Identity Disc battle between the 3 included LEGO minifigures—Sam Flynn, Quorra and Rinzler—on the grid. This building set includes a booklet with information about its fan creators and LEGO designers, plus the lowdown on Disney’s TRON: Legacy movie and its main characters.• Build Light Cycles for Sam Flynn and Rinzler, with authentic features and recreate the chase scene from Disney’s TRON: Legacy movie, or use it to role-play the disc battle scene with the LEGO minifigures!•This Tron: Legacy building set includes a Sam Flynn figure, Quorra figure and Rinzler figure, each with cool Identity Discs, plus an instruction booklet• Each Light Cycle measures over 1" (5cm) high, 6” (17cm) long and 1” (4cm) wide

Product Identifiers

  • Brand

    Lego

  • MPN

    21314

  • EAN

    5702016173772

  • eBay Product ID (ePID)

    19037433283

Product Key Features

  • LEGO Set Name

    TRON: Legacy

  • Age Level

    9-11

  • LEGO Set Number

    21314

  • Product Line (LEGO Theme)

    Ideas

  • Piece Count

    230

Dimensions

  • Weight

    0.308 kg

  • Height

    141 mm

  • Depth

    48 mm

  • Length

    262 mm

Additional Product Features

  • Country/Region of Manufacture

    China

  • Launch Month

    07/18

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21314: TRON: Legacy

Release Date

April 1, 2018

Starting Price

£29.99 / $34.99 / 34.99€


First proposed by the British brothers Tom & Drew (a.k.a. BrickBros UK), also known from their YouTube channel BrickBros UK, in October 2015, it took approximately 1½ to reach the 10,000 supporter milestone before being approved for production 6 months later.

To the right you can see Tom & Drew's original submission before LEGO Designer Junya Suzuiki and LEGO Graphic Designer Mark Tranter took over in order to turn their submission into an official LEGO set, in collaboration with the fan designers. Inspired by Tom & Drew's update to their project, the LEGO design team decided to include Rinzler's orange Light Cycle to the set as well to increase the overall play and display value.

The final set features 2 Light Cycles, each with minifigure seats and translucent-colored light-style elements, plus a divisible TRON grid with attachment points for the vehicles. You can use the grid as a display base for the Light Cycles or split it in 2 to recreate the chase scene from Disney's TRON: Legacy movie. Alternatively, stage an Identity Disc battle between the 3 included LEGO minifigures—Sam Flynn, Quorra and Rinzler—on the grid. This construction toy includes a booklet with information about its fan creator and LEGO designers, plus the lowdown on Disney’s TRON: Legacy movie and its main characters.

Description quoted from LEGO Ideas blog post found here: LEGO® Ideas 21314 TRON: Legacy - Available Today!

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Rev up your light cycle, Lego's "Tron: Legacy" set is here.

The new set, announced Thursday, lets you you build your own light cycle battles and recreate Identity Disc fights, all in Tron's familiar neon colors.

Based on the 2010 Disney film, the set includes two light cycles and minifigures for Sam Flynn, Quorra and Rinzler. The cycles race on a divisible Tron grid, which lets you place them side-by-side or send them chasing each other. All three minifigures come with Identity Discs, which you can attach to the back of each character, and Quorra has her sword.

The set was put into production after the BrickBros UK group submitted a proposal to Lego Ideas, a website where fans can post and vote on ideas for future Lego sets. The group first submitted the idea in 2015, it earned 10,000 supporters by April 2017 (the threshold Lego sets to send an idea to a formal review process) and was approved for production in November. This set will include a booklet about BrickBros along with more information about the movie.

The Lego "Tron: Legacy" set releases on March 31 and will cost $35, which roughly converts to £25 or AU$45.

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LEGO® 21314 TRON: Legacy

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LEGO has officially unveiled the final design for the next LEGO Ideas set, 21314 TRON: Legacy. Designed by Tom and Drew (aka the BrickBros UK), the set includes 230 pieces which make up two Light Cycles and three minifigures. The set will retail for $34.99 USD beginning March 31, 2018.

We’ll have the complete, hands-on review of this new set for you tomorrow, but in the meantime enjoy the new product details and photos.

The set has received a significant upgrade since it was announced as the next LEGO Ideas set in November of last year. In addition to including two more minifigures and an additional Light Cycle in orange, it appears that the entirety of the original Light Cycle has been redesigned to be more sleek.

The redesign, headed by LEGO designer Suzuki Junya, features several new elements and printed parts, but stays true to the concept and feel of the original submission. According to the BrickBros UK, they “went through several models before settling on a design we both liked,” focusing on achieving the correct scale between Light Cycle and minifigure as well as the right color scheme to “reflect the TRON feel.”

Three minifigures are included representing Sam Flynn, Quorra and Rinzler. The back of the box shows new Identity Disc prints with backpack, the two Light Cycles with display base, as well as the three minifigures.

Similar to the original design, the base retains the Light Cycle Grid appearance, using translucent tiles to achieve the computer-like lines and jumpers to attach the two Light Cycles. According to the press release, the base can also be divided into two parts that can be used to either recreate the Light Cycle duel or the disc battle scene.

Sam Flynn’s blue Light Cycle and Rinzler’s orange Light Cycle appear to be identical except for the accent colors, including a clear panel representing power stream effects clipped to the back of each cycle (a much closer representation to the film than the original submission).

Sam Flynn’s minifigure includes a blue Identity Disc, helmet, backpack and detailing closely resembling the Light Suits worn in the film with illuminated blue strips contrasting starkly against the dark body suit.

Quorra’s minifigure includes a similar Light Suit with different printing, backpack, a sword and a second blue Identity Disc.

Rinzler, the primary antagonist in TRON: Legacy during the disc battle and Light Cycle duel portion of the film, gets a Light Suit with orange highlights, a newly printed helmet and two orange-printed Identity Discs (since he was the only program to utilize two at the same time). His backpack appears to be a pin in order to accommodate both discs.

The price of $34.99 USD seems to be slightly high for a 230-piece set, though LEGO has clearly spared no expense producing exceptional minifigures to recreate the look and feel of TRON: Legacy. We expect this set to be quite popular, and will bring you our hands-on review soon.

Full press release and image gallery below.


21314 LEGO® Ideas TRON: Legacy
230 pieces | Available March 31, 2018
US $34.99 – CA $44.99 – DE 34.99€ – FR 34.99€ – UK £29.99 – DK 300DKK

Reimagine Disney’s TRON: Legacy movie scenes with LEGO® bricks!

Build Disney’s TRON: Legacy with this LEGO® Ideas set, featuring 2 Light Cycles, 3 minifigures and a TRON grid/display base to recreate the movie chase scene and Identity Disc battle.

Build, play and display with this futuristic LEGO® Ideas 21314 TRON: Legacy set from Disney, featuring 2 Light Cycles, each with minifigure seats and translucent-colored light-style elements, plus a divisible TRON grid with attachment points for the vehicles. Use the grid as a display base for the Light Cycles or split it in 2 to recreate the chase scene from Disney’s TRON: Legacy movie. Alternatively, stage an Identity Disc battle between the 3 included LEGO minifigures—Sam Flynn, Quorra and Rinzler—on the grid. This construction toy includes a booklet with information about its fan creator and LEGO designers, plus the lowdown on Disney’s TRON: Legacy movie and its main characters.

  • Includes 3 LEGO® minifigures: Sam Flynn, Quorra and Rinzler.
  • Features 2 buildable Light Cycles for Sam Flynn and Rinzler, and a TRON grid/display base.
  • Sam Flynn’s Light Cycle features a minifigure seat, authentic features and assorted translucent-blue light-style elements, including power stream effects.
  • Rinzler’s Light Cycle features a minifigure seat, authentic features and assorted translucent-orange light-style elements, including power stream effects.
  • TRON grid/display base features 2 detachable parts, attachment points for the 2 Light Cycles and translucent-blue elements.
  • Divide the grid to recreate the Light Cycle chase scene from Disney’s TRON: Legacy movie, or use it to role-play the disc battle scene with the minifigures.
  • Includes Quorra’s sword.
  • Accessory elements include Sam Flynn and Quorra’s blue Identity Discs, and Rinzler’s 2 orange Identity Discs. Attached to the back of each minifigure.
  • This construction toy includes a booklet with building instructions, information about the set’s fan creator and LEGO designers, and the lowdown on Disney’s TRON: Legacy movie and its main characters.
  • Each Light Cycle measures over 1″ (5cm) high, 6” (17cm) long and 1” (4cm) wide.
  • TRON grid/display base measures over 8” (22cm) wide and 3” (9cm) deep.

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21314 TRON: Legacy LEGO Ideas Set Review

Posted By Adam White on Mar 24, 2018 |

Back in 1982 Disney Pictures released one of their most ambitious movies yet, TRON told the story of a computer programmer who is transported inside the virtual reality world of a mainframe computer, where he interacts with programs in his attempt to escape and get back to the real world. Although the movie wasn’t a huge hit when it was originally released, it soon became a cult classic. Peoples love of the TRON universe prompted Disney to begin work on a sequel. TRON: Legacy was released in 2010 and was just as stylised as its predecessor. Legacy returned to the computerised world known as the Grid. Although both films looked vastly different there is one iconic aspect of both, which has captured the imagination of many – the Light Cycle. Which is the focus of the latest LEGO® Ideas set. Based on an original project idea by UK-based LEGO fans The BrickBros UK. The brothers love of TRON: Legacy inspired them to create a LEGO Ideas project based on the movie. We’ve headed into the mainframe and battled the programs to bring you our latest LEGO set review. Get ready to go back to the Grid.

Product Details

Build, play and display with this futuristic LEGO® Ideas 21314 TRON: Legacy set from Disney, featuring 2 Light Cycles, each with minifigure seats and translucent-colored light-style elements, plus a divisible TRON grid with attachment points for the vehicles. Use the grid as a display base for the Light Cycles or split it in 2 to recreate the chase scene from Disney’s TRON: Legacy movie. Alternatively, stage an Identity Disc battle between the 3 included LEGO minifigures—Sam Flynn, Quorra and Rinzler—on the grid. This construction toy includes a booklet with information about its fan creator and LEGO designers, plus the lowdown on Disney’s TRON: Legacy movie and its main characters.

  • Set Name: TRON: Legacy
  • Set Number: 21314
  • Pieces: 230
  • RRP: £29.99
  • Fan Builder: The BrickBros UK
  • Measurements: Each Light Cycle measures over 5cm high, 17cm long & 4cm wide. Display base measures over 22cm wide & 9cm deep
  • Availability: LEGO Brand Retail Store & shop.LEGO.com

Journey to 10k

Downloading from Devon, England, brothers Drew and Tom are the talented fan designers behind the LEGO® Ideas Tron: Legacy set. Tom and Drew’s small childhood collection of LEGO bricks inspired them to come up with their own scenarios and builds. In designing their LEGO Ideas project, “We went through several models before settling on a design we both liked. We wanted to get the scale of the Light Cycle to minifigure right, and the overall colour scheme had to reflect the Tron feel.”

The project was submitted in November 2015 and took about a year and a half to get to the 10,000 supporters. After hitting the required 10,000 votes the project was officially announced as the next LEGO Ideas set in November 2017. Since the set has been transformed into the set you can see more of below by LEGO Designers (and rogue programs) Junya Suzuki and Samuel Johnson, along with LEGO Graphic Designer Mark Tranter.

The Build

The LEGO Ideas platform has given us some pretty varied sets over the last few years, especially recently with the likes of the Saturn V, Old Fishing Store and the most recent, the Ship in a Bottle. The 21st LEGO Ideas set scales things back a little compared to those, but just because it’s a little more compact, doesn’t mean it scrimps on creativity. In fact the set actually bucks the trend compared to most Ideas sets. Once the fan design goes through LEGO Design process, it’s not that unusual for it to be scaled back a little, here we get two bikes instead of one, two additional minifigures and a slightly less intricate display base.

The build itself is quite simplistic with only two bags of elements, which translates into three main sections, beginning with the display base. This represents a section of the futuristic world of Tron, known as the Grid, matching the aesthetics of the movie perfectly. The Grid is made up of a series of plates and tiles, with two separate sections pieced together with a couple of tiles. The use of Dark Azur plates topped with black tiles and trans-blue elements works really well and almost gives off the neon glow of the mainframe.

Both sections of the display plate feature a couple of single stud topped 1×2 plates, these can be used to place the minifigures in an epic Identity Disc battle more are better suited to displaying the Light Cycles. I say better suited as there is a slight issue, when you place the Light Cycles on the base, you’ll notice there don’t sit flush. This is a combinations of limited points of connection and the fact the wheels aren’t alined with the 1×8 plate which anchors each Light Cycle.

The slight oversight isn’t a major issue and despite not being ‘fully’ connected the Light Cycles still stay stuck to the display place, even when being held upside down, should you wish to do so, it’s ok we won’t question your display choices. Anyhoo although the Grid section is a little different from the original project design I think I prefer this version. The world of TRON especially in the 2010 sequel, is very sleek and minimalistic, which is nicely captured in this simple part of the build.

The rest of the build concentrates on the Light Cycles, as mentioned above the set includes two of them. Although they are trimmed in different colours to represent the two different programs, the builds are identical. The Light Cycle is a little more slimlined compared to the one originally submitted design. In fact although it’s based on the Legacy version of the vehicle, the LEGO versions have an air of 1982 ones about them, although probably not intentionally.

There are a nice selection of parts used including some recently released pieces including both right and left 45 degree bow plates, transparent banner elements and a couple of transparent round plates, which have print detail to help blend them into the body of the bike. The ‘wheels’ can be turned although movement is quite limited, partly due to have they are connected together and the alignment to the base of the bike. The Light Cycles are a decent LEGO representation of their on-screen counterpart, although there are a few little niggles such has the minimal use of grey elements. Some are necessary due to only being available in that particular shade. However the most grating use of parts is the Light Cycles accelerator handles, these are grey instead of black. The element is still in use in black, as it has featured in a number of 2018 sets already, so it’s a shame it hasn’t been used here.

One of the most fun inclusions in the set is the Light Cycle’s light trail, these are so simple using just a banner piece which is has been used quite a lot in the NEXO KNIGHTS range of late. The light trails are almost as iconic as the cycles themselves and the banner pieces are the perfect element to recreate them. They look great when the Light Cycles are on the display plate, thanks to how they are staggered.

The Minifgures

The set includes a trio of minifigures based on three main characters from TRON: Legacy – Sam Flynn, son of the original movie’s main character. Quorra, an advantaged program who helps Sam on the Grid and Rinzler, Clu’s primary enforcer, who was originally known as Tron, before being re-purposed by Clu. Each minifigure includes a Identity Disc, which is a 2×2 round tile that has a hole in the centre of it. This combined with the print detail adds a nice bit of detail to each character and they can be placed on the back of the minifigures, with Rinzler using a fairly rare element officially called the Angle Plate with Snap, this is a neck piece with part of a Technic pin on it, this allows the two Identity Discs to be clipped on it.

The print detail on each character is really well done in particular Rinzler, who’s darker suit is trimmed with slight splashes of orange and uses a recoloured version of the newer Iron Man helmet. Oddly I’m not a fan of the piece when used on Iron Man, but the piece is perfect for the character and makes Rinzler the sets best minifigure.

Both Sam and Quorra have alternate facial expressions, with the latter also including a sword along with her Identity Disc. Sam includes both a hair piece and a rather cool little helmet, which is mixture of a classic helmet piece and a transparent visor, normally used on Space Shuttle astronauts. Just like Rinzler, this is the perfect LEGO representation of what is seen in the movie. It’s nice the set includes three minifigures although Quorra, feel a little like a spare part has she isn’t really incorporated into the rest of the set, but makes sense in relation to the scene in the movie on which the set is mainly based upon.

Overall

TRON may not be a current brand, but it has a dedicated fan base, who helped the set to reach 10k in the first place and LEGO Ideas is the perfect platform to allow fun little sets like this to be made. Although it’s a more substantial set when compared to the original fan design, it’s still a fairly small set and so doesn’t take that much building. However a set doesn’t need to keep you building for hours to be impressive, it makes a nice little display piece and it will be one of sets that will become a collectors piece in years to come, especially if TRON ever appears on the big screen again There are a couple of questionable design choices such as the grey handles and the slight gap between the bottom of the Light Cycle and the Grid section. Finally a special mention must go to the first few pages of the instruction booklet, not only do we get to learn a little more about the fan designers and the movie we also get an impressive image of the LEGO Designers recreating the TRON movie poster. 

Set 21314: TRON: Legacy will be available exclusively from LEGO Brand Retail Stores and shop.LEGO.com from March 31st. Thanks to the LEGO community engagement team for sending us the set to review. The opinions express within this review are those of BricksFanz and do not reflect those of the LEGO Group.

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The TRON franchise introduced a new look to the cyberpunk genre. The vehicles in the recent installment inspired a lot of hype for a futuristic aesthetic. If you’re a fan, the TRON Legacy bike LEGO Kit is a nice step into the TRON fandom as you can build your own!

Why get a TRON Legacy Bike LEGO kit?

LEGOs are among some of the most popular toys ever. If you’ve never heard of LEGOs, you’re probably living under a rock and you need to build yourself out. Adding to their large collection, the TRON Legacy bike LEGO kit features over 230 pieces to play with. The set includes the iconic characters of Sam Quinn, Quorra and Rinzler alongside each of their identity discs (or edgy frisbees). Also, you get a LEGO version of Quorra’s cool sword.

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Light Cycles

The main attractions of this LEGO set are the bikes. Canonically called Light Cycles, there are two Light Cycles within this kit. The LEGO set has a divisible grid you can use as a base for your Light Cycles. To spice up the bike experience, there is also an attachable lightstream to create cool light effects when riding. Plus, as a bonus, the bikes actually spin!

You can attach the identity discs to the back of the minifigures to imitate the look from the movies. Detach them when you want the characters in a battle stance. Create diverse LEGO poses for the characters as they hold their identity discs.

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The LEGO set comes with some step-by-step instructions to get you started with the TRON experience. The building is easy and fun for anyone above 10 years of age. Otherwise, you’d have to supervise them while they play LEGOs. Adults can join in on the fun too, co-building is a great way to teach kids how to construct stuff and develop their interests.

The TRON Legacy Bike kit is undeniably a precious LEGO set. Made for fans of the TRON franchise, the kit is fun for people of all ages. Whether you found the original TRON franchise or your introduction was from TRON Legacy, this bike kit does not disappoint.

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