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If You Are Sick of that LEGO DISASTER ZONE,
You will love the BOX4BLOX
Award-winning Lego Storage and Sorting Organizer BOX4BLOX
Available Exclusively Through Amazon.com
BOX4BLOX sorts your Legos automatically by size, grading the bricks
through a series of grids, getting rid of your Lego mess off the floor and
making clean-up time fun
All the large Lego blocks stay in the top yellow tray with
the large grid.
All are medium to large blocks stay in the blue tray
the medium grid.
All small to medium Lego parts in the red tray
with the small grid.
All the hard-to-find small bits and pieces end up in the bottom
With the four trays and lid BOX4BLOX forms a 10¼ inch (260mm) cube
that holds approximately 1,600 Lego bricks
Manufactured with high quality ABS plastic
(the same plastic as Lego bricks are made from
More than 100,000 sold BOX4BLOX internationally
VOTED "HOME ORGANIZING PRODUCT OF THE YEAR
I highly recommend this product if you plan on keeping the sets and using them again.
The long skinny Legoes fall all the way to the bottom, but they are obvious and easy to pick out with all the little pieces on the bottom.
What inevitably happens is some of the creations fall apart when they get played with.
This box is expensive and absolutely useless in sorting Legos! Save yourself the money! You still have to sort through the blocks--it only helps with the smallest blocks.Published 4 days ago by Jay Treadway
This product does exactly what it says it will do. It sorts the bricks quite well. The only reason for a four star rating is that the cover came out of the box warped and will... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bryan Smith
It's smaller than I thought it would be For the price. Haven't tried it yet with the blocks it's a presentPublished 1 month ago by John Brennan
This organizer helps the kids find specific legos by sorting them into the three boxes via size. Large items remain in the top bin while heads and other small pieces make their way... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Charity J. Wharton
The sifting idea is great, but the boxes themselves don't hold many legos when your sons have so many! The boys don't use it as much as I had hoped.Published 2 months ago by M. Defour
It's nice to keep the pile of "parts I'm planning to use, MOM!"
in, and as the mom, i love that i have "the cube" to
sweep the parts into... Read more
This is a fantastic idea, but needs some improvement before it's a fantastic product. The concept is great - it's supposed to filter the pieces by size, allowing the smaller items... Read morePublished 3 months ago by momof6
It's not a perfect system, but this is a great tool for getting some semblance of sanity for large lego collections. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kyle Wheeler
This would be good if you had 300 pieces or less. Any more, and it's really a waste. Pieces get stuck in the holes, shake it enough and just about every piece falls to the bottom. Read morePublished 4 months ago