|Manufacturer's Suggested Maximum Weight||2.3 Kilograms|
|Number of Pieces||137|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Release date||7 February 2018|
|Mfg Recommended age||4 - 10 years|
|Item model number||9475|
|Product Dimensions||58.5 x 50.01 x 12.5 cm; 1 Kilograms|
PLAYMOBIL 9475 Spirit Riding Free Lucky's House Playset, Multi-Colored
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- Come for a visit at lucky’s happy home on the frontier
- Arriving in miradero from the big city, lucky isn’t sure she will ever fit in, but this home is her safe Haven
- Figures can bend, sit, stand and turn their heads
- Encourages children to explore and learn while having fun
- Set includes large house, lucky, Aunt cora, spirit, pots and pans, dishes, utensils, table and chairs, fencing, friendly goose, and lots of other accessories
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Come for a visit at lucky’s happy home on the frontier. Arriving in miradero from the big city, lucky isn’t sure she will ever fit in, but this home is her safe haven. Walk into the kitchen with all the furnishings, where aunt Cora is cooking dinner on the stove and the table is set for a delicious meal. Lucky shares all about her day's adventures, while aunt Cora is focused on teaching lucky Etiquette and reminds her to be cautious with her wild escapades. She needs to be a proper lady, after all! outside, lucky visits spirit before she heads off to school, reminding him of their upcoming adventures. Upstairs, you’ll find spacious rooms for the whole family. Lucky keeps a poster of her mom in her room so she’ll always remember her. Set includes large house, lucky, aunt Cora, spirit, pots and pans, dishes, utensils, table and chairs, fencing, friendly Goose, and lots of other accessories. Recommended for ages four and up.
Spirit Riding Free Lucky's Happy Home
Come for a visit at Lucky’s Happy Home on the frontier. Based on the hit Netflix series, Spirit Riding Free.
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Arriving in Miradero from the big city, Lucky isn’t sure she will ever fit in, but this home is her safe haven. Walk into the kitchen with all the furnishings, where Aunt Cora is cooking dinner on the stove and the table is set for a delicious meal.
The Fun is in the Details
Lucky shares all about her day's adventures and sets the table, while Aunt Cora is focused on teaching Lucky etiquette and reminds her to be cautious with her wild escapades. Set includes large house, Lucky, Aunt Cora, Spirit, pots and pans, dishes, utensils, table and chairs, fencing, friendly goose, and lots of other accessories. Recommended for ages four and up.
Collect All Of Your Favorite PLAYMOBIL Spirit Riding Free Sets!
Map out tomorrow’s adventures in Lucky's room. Here is where Lucky can be found working on her studies or dreaming up a plan for her and Spirit and all her friends. She keeps her precious keepsakes locked away in the treasure chest.
Lucky's Dad with Covered Wagon
Lucky and Spirit's Horse Stall
Abigail and Boomerang's Horse Stall
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Reviewed in the United States on 23 December 2018
Reviewed in the United States on 30 May 2019
I was pleasantly surprised to discover that this is the most solid Playmobil structure I've put together so far. If you have ever put any of these sets together, you may remember that many of them are held together by these tiny little yellow plastic , I'm going to call them snaps. These can be a weak point (although the Pyramid has none whatsoever).
Anyway, the Lucky Spirit has NONE of these tiny yellow snaps that usually hold walls into place. But the house does snap together. I would say that when you are putting this together, make sure that you hear the pieces SNAP in place--otherwise the pieces are not 100% connected. (Walls, floor, roof etc). The hardest part I found to snap in place was the porch roof, and that was probably due to its awkward shape and points of contact. It took a few times and I was at the point of wondering whether or not it was supposed to snap in tightly like the rest when BINGO... I got it.
Anyway, now it's put together and I can say, happily, that this is much sturdier than ALL of the other structures I have, so I'm wondering if Playmobil is upping their game. This is on the small side, but what the heck, it's Playmobil