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Here is my review on 60341 The Knockdown Stunt Challenge: THE GOOD: Nice exclusive minifigure and bike body (at least for now) 7 glow in the dark star pieces and few 1x1 round tiles. THE NOT SO GOOD: Owning 2 other stunt challenges, this one just feel a bit underwhelming in terms of challenge compared to the other two I have. I'm actually happy with what I bought. Great minifigures, glow in the dark star pieces and a new stunt bike body with prints. The challenge itself is simple and does not need much practise to clear but then in comparison, the double loop and the blade challenge are a lot more fun. Make sure pay attention when building the knockdown challenge as if the pins are connected the too tightly, it's not going to move as smoothly as it can/should be. Given I bought this with 25% off, I don't feel as bad in my wallet but again, if no discount I probably won't have buy this and wait for the parts to be available later assuming they will.
Here is my review on 60340 The Blade Stunt Challenge: THE GOOD: The biker minifigure is excellent. The actual stunt also require some practise not just running a bike through. THE NOT SO GOOD: RRP is very high. Ended up buying another set from the Stuntz sub-theme. I do like this set and the minifigure I want turns out to be excellent as expected. I do also think some of the parts are great. In terms of the stunt itself, originally I thought it is easy to pull compared to the double loop stunt but I was wrong. It still take some practise to run the bike through the blades. I think this is a great addition to create a custom stuntz course but by itself it can get bored quite easily. The biggest drawback of all the stuntz sets are the price, RRP is so high (well most lego sets are nowadays). If not because of the 25% off special, I probably would have wait until brick & pieces start selling the cool parts. Probably not a recommendation to everyone but you are keen to get some new minifigures and do find the stuntz bikes fun, then this is something for. Still only recommend when you can get more 20% off though.
Here is my review on 60339 Double Loop Stunt Arena: THE GOOD: The minifigures. I love the bikers, both are great. Lots of fun with the loops and different configuration. THE NOT SO GOOD: High price tag. The loop stunt takes practise to master. (may be this is also a good point) Scratches on the clear parts for the loop. I actually like this set, I knew before I buy this set that the Stuntz sub-theme's point is to have fun and I did. The minifigures are awesome as usual, and surprised the main biker head is actually non-yellow head. All the new parts are cool but it's a bit disappointing some of the clear parts got scratches (I seriously think no way to avoid it if LEGO aim is to reduce plastic packaging) and I wish we have unique prints on the bike body. The double loops are actually very fun even though it is a bit difficult to pull off (you can see my video to understand how difficult to pull it off). And all the parts included allow you to create a very very challenging stunt course. I think the worse enemy of this set is the price, understand that with lots of big pieces it is going to be pricey but without discount, the price tag is a very very high bar to clear. To be honest though, I probably won't have bought this set if B&P did not remove all new 2022 parts but I'm glad I did since I had fun with this. However, I will probably only recommend this set when it's on discount and only to fans who want the new parts nor want to have some fun with the Stuntz Bikes.