LEGO Fairground Collection 10303 Loop Coaster
The massive LEGO Fairground Collection (10303) Loop Coaster set consists of 3,756-pieces and would be a perfect summer build. You won’t need to tinker with motors, as this is a gravity-driven roller coaster, complete with one train, a boarding station with opening barriers and a control panel. Just lower the bars to secure riders into cars and then release the brake to send the train to the foot of the elevator.

LEGO Optimus Prime 10302 Transformers Set
It’s official, the new LEGO Optimus Prime (10302) has been revealed, and this Transformers robot isn’t just a static set, but rather one that actually transforms. Consisting of 1,508-pieces, it boasts 19 points of articulation that let you easily convert it from robot to truck alt mode and then back again. Best of all, you won’t need to rebuild anything to transform it back and forth.

Final Fantasy VII Remake Buster Sword Digital Clock Alarm
This Final Fantasy VII Remake Buster Sword Digital Clock is unlike any other that you’ve probably seen, as it appears to be just a display piece when not in use, but at the push of a button, the face glows in various colors. What do the colors mean? There are a total of five alarm songs included and the RGB LEDs change depending on which one is played. Aside from the sword and lights, it’s just your standard alarm clock. Read more for a short video and additional information.

Mazda 1mm Dice Worlds Smallest
A team of welders from Mazda Motor Corporation managed to create a 1mm square dice, and it looks like a speck of dust to the untrained eye. This project was purely for to see how far they could take precision sheet welding and required stainless steel foil plates with a thickness of just 0.05mm that were masterfully joined together. More specifically, they had make all the faces in a T-shape, eventually bending them into place using a pair of fine tweezers. Read more for an up-close image.

Back to the Future DeLorean LEGO Set Photography
Photo credit: Benedek Lampert via Peta Pixel
At first glance, this may look like a computer-generated scene featuring the iconic Back to the Future DeLorean, but it’s actually just a cleverly photographed LEGO set. Photographer Benedek Lampert grew up with the film and when LEGO contacted him about reviewing their upcoming DeLorean set, it was an offer he could not refuse. However, instead of just a simple build video, he wanted to recreate some famous scenes from the trilogy. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.

Wolverine x Halo: The Master Chief Limited Edition Boots
Limited to 117 pairs worldwide, the Wolverine x Halo: The Master Chief limited-edition boots will be sure to snatched up very quickly when they go on sale for $225 beginning March 29 at 12 p.m. ET on the company’s website. Featuring a “117”, which is Master Chief’s Spartan number, on the exterior heel of the left boot, UNSC (United Nations Space Command) insignia throughout the boot, and an outsole outfitted with the in-universe logo to designate the “Materials Group”, the manufacturer of the Master Chief’s Mjolnir armor. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.

Adam Savage Mythbusters Head-Mounted NERF Dart Blaster
Adam Savage is known for creating some bizarre gadgets in his Tested one-day build series, and this latest project will definitely make you look twice. No, it’s not a futuristic hat, but rather a functional head-mounted Nerf dart blaster. Put simply, it consists of two revolving magazines with a green-dot laser for aiming. Should you need to warn someone, a siren up top is there for the job. Read more for a video and additional information.

LEGO 10300 Back to the Future Time Machine
The LEGO Group partnered with Universal Brand Development to reveal a new three-in-one reproduction of the Back to the Future Time Machine. The set (10300) consists of 1,872-pieces and has all the parts you need to recreate the car from either the first, second or third movie, complete with a light-up flux capacitor, a box of plutonium, Marty’s hoverboard as well as LEGO minifigure versions of Doc Brown and Marty McFly. Read more for two videos, including a hands-on review.