CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Knex Value Tub 400 pieces
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- great quality
- encourages use of imagination
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K'NEX Value Tub - Loaded with 400 parts for lots of open-ended fun and endless building and play opportunities!
Includes instructions/ideas for 20 different models
Imagine….Build….Play! Imagine the possibilities to choose from with this 400 Piece Value Tub from K’Nex. Build large, complex toys or create a whole collection of toys to play with! With connectors, rods, bricks and wheels the sky is the limit to what you can create. Utilize the instruction/ideas to create 20 different models. Or, dare yourself and your imagination to build your own design using as many of the parts as you can. It’s easy to snap together the rods, connectors, and bricks to make a new design, or add wheels to make a vehicle. Whatever you can imagine, you can build it and then have fun playing with it!
20 Building Ideas/Instructions!
The 400 Piece Value Tub includes instructions and building ideas for 20 different models that you can create and build. You can build everything from an airplane to a rocket ship, from a dragster to a truck, or a Ferris wheel. The easy to follow color coded instructions provide a step by step guide to each model, from beginning to end, with a picture of the finished model, so that you can have fun building and then playing. Just choose which one you want to build and get started. Or, design your own creation and build whatever you can imagine!
Easy clean up!
The convenient storage tub makes for easy clean up, just drop the parts into the tub when finished building and snap on the lid. It’s as easy as that! Or, bring the tub with you, wherever you go, for fun and building at any time.
What's In The Box?
400 rods, connectors, wheels and bricks. Instruction sheet and storage tub.
K'NEX building sets are loaded with parts and building ideas!
choking hazard- small parts not for children under 3 years
Top Customer Reviews
* you can build houses
* simple stacking approach
* upgrade to Technics for 3D building
* those adorable little LEGO people
* wider variety of pieces and sets
* 3-dimensional construction
* more complicated trigonometric approach
* you can build bridges
* everything can rotate
And I saw a K'Nex set that lets you join LEGO and K'Nex ...
Looking at the K'nex sight, there are three sizes:
Standard: The original size, what we were hoping for.
Micro: These are tiny pieces, at least 1/2 the size of the standard.
Kids K'Nex: These are much larger pieces for very young kids.
These different sizes do not necessarily interconnect with the larger size (as Lego does with Duplo/Lego) and it is very frustrating that K'Nex doesn't say how much of each size one is getting in each set. The other sets (350/450) are similarly ambiguous.
Again, with Lego as the standard, I'd like them to list the number of each piece somewhere so one knows what they are getting. You can go to K'nex directly on their website and purchase parts directly instead of sets and it appears that this is the only way to get just the standard size.
We want the standard size becuase it is the right size for our children who like to make large creations but for whom the Kids size is too constraining.
Anyway, this product is an exceptional ripoff! This product is the 180 degree opposite of a quality toy like Snap Circuits, which are built to last and have the kid in mind.
To Amazon: Please stop distorting ratings -- Please offer a "zero star" option!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Grandson loved these. Hours of playing with learning creativity! I will buy more.Published 1 month ago by NurseKathyRN
Perfect to learn robotic. the pieces work as well, and the manuales are really easy to build.Published 5 months ago by Saul
A lot smaller amount than expected, but it was very fun to build with my son.Published 6 months ago by Starla
I had high hopes for this toy as my kids love putting this kind of thing together. It just didn't float their boat and I tried more than a few times to get them interested. Read morePublished 8 months ago by RG Pensacola