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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Construct one of the world's most iconic buildings in small, yet precise, detail with the Nanoblock Empire State Building. Using building blocks only millimeters wide, this fun and challenging set recreates the massive Empire State Building on a miniature scale. Standing just over 8 inches when constructed, this 740-piece set lets you create a detailed replica of one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World that fits in the palm of your hand.
The Empire State Building is one of the most famous structures ever erected. For many years the largest building on Earth, the Empire State Building is considered one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. Using microsized building blocks, Nanoblock has recreated this iconic structure in precise detail on a truly miniature scale. This 740-piece set recreates the 102-story skyscraper in impressive detail, though the finished product is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand.
Our testing team found assembling this 3D puzzle to be an enjoyable and exacting task. Although it could probably be assumed, Nanoblock sets are more suited for those with smaller hands as opposed to larger ones. With easy-to-follow color directions, this puzzle can be enjoyed equally by young children as well as adults--though young children might have an advantage in assembling it as they have much tinier hands. Nanoblock indicates the intended age for this set is eight and up, but younger builders who are familiar with building blocks and following instructions would probably be able to complete this set without problems.
Featuring building blocks as small as 4 by 4 by 5 millimeters (L x W x H ), Nanoblock uses a unique interlocking method called double fin technology to create pieces a fraction of the size of other blocks. Already a sensation in Japan, Nanoblock is bringing the 3D minimodeling craze to the rest of the world, offering fun and challenging puzzles for builders of all ages.
740-piece Nanoblock Empire State Building puzzle and instructions.
The parts look like Legos, but they're very small, tiny, even.
My son and I are enjoying the slow process of putting this together - he is now taking a break by doing some Lego Ninjago - his favorite.
Overall, this product is worth consideration for purchase and would make a great give for oneself or someone else.
Waste of money, if you think your 10 year old is going to put it together.Published 14 days ago by VAZ
It's just as expects. It arrived on time and it's an excellent way to learn about world architecture, my son 6 years old love them!!!Published 6 months ago by Rossmary
I bought this as a gift. It came nicely packaged and was brand new. It was awesome to see the finished building.Published 8 months ago by Jennifer
my daughter(14 years) loved it! she has many nanoblock sets and this one looks great assembled. challenging enough but not too much.Published 8 months ago by jules a
Of course, the Lego Architecture series is the gold standard, but if you don't have $150 to plunk down on anything but the smallest models, these Nanoblock buildings are great! Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mary Van
I got this for a family Christmas activity project but my daughter completed assembling it in just a couple of hours. But it was fun, while it lasted.Published 9 months ago by Warren
Was happy enougH with one to buy this second one as a stocking stuffer. Downside: their Chrysler Bldg looks just like it, and their Familia Sagrada looks like it was produced by... Read morePublished 9 months ago by M C Kubiak
I bought this for my 7 year old as a Christmas gift. Looking at the size of the blocks and instructions(although they are pictorial,however a little confusing) I thought she may... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Shells Tarkar
This set was a little challenging for my 11 year old son. He has assembled Lego sets for ages 16+ without a problem. The pieces are so tiny, they can be difficult to work with. Read morePublished 10 months ago by H. Roth