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Lego Super Mario Piranha Plant Priced At Just $60 Designed For Adult Collectors

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Lego's latest Super Mario Piranha Plant set

In recent years, Lego has delighted adults with a series of intricate and reasonably priced sets designed to bring a touch of greenery into their lives, all without the need for pruning or watering. Notable releases in this line include the Lego Bonsai Tree, Orchid, and Succulents. Now, joining this unique collection is a Mario-themed set that's sure to captivate enthusiasts.

Introducing the Lego Super Mario Piranha Plant, a 540-piece set priced at $60 that strikes an ideal balance between aesthetics and affordability. Interestingly, it doubles as a sort of coin bank, with the ability to hide a couple of Mario coins inside, making it a fun addition to any Mario fan's collection.

One of the standout features of this set is its interactivity. You can manipulate its chomping mouth, adjust its stem and leaves, and what's more, Lego assures that you can construct it from the ground up, allowing the Piranha Plant to emerge as if it's growing out of a pipe, as mentioned in the company's official press release.

Mark your calendars for November 6th, as that's when this delightful creation becomes available. And for some, like the author's wife, it's already earmarked as a must-have Christmas gift. So, get ready to welcome a unique and engaging addition to your Lego collection this holiday season. [no_toc]


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