CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
LEGO Bricks & More Builders of Tomorrow Set 6177
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- Set Contains 650 Pieces
- LEGO bricks for endless building fun
- A box with all of the basic LEGO bricks you need to build just about anything
- The only limit is your imagination
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If your an old school LEGO builder and you need plenty of basic bricks, this is the set for you. No specialized angles or smooth pieces here. Just bricks. If you've got plenty of the new sets with all the specialized pieces, this is the kit to round out your inventory and start creating your own designs.
I purchased this box (along with LEGO® Bricks & More Deluxe Brick Box 5508) to increase the ratio of "plain" pieces in our collection. The boys were ecstatic when I presented it to them. Every day their faces beam when they show me their latest creations. Our basement floor currently features a fire station; a McDonald's; a bike shop; a house; and a boat.
Lego Bricks are unfortunately very pricey. I cringed when paying for this. But the pain goes away when you think about just how much value comes from this unassuming tub of plastic bits. My boys have logged several extra hours of electronics-free playtime since we introduced these new pieces. Over time they'll log many, many more. And as my 20+ year old Lego collection proves, these things survive.
My only criticism is that this set has no base plate. Boo. Other than that, though, it is a great value for a great set of bricks. It's back to basics - 1x1s, 1x2s, 2x2s, 2x3s, and 2x4s in a variety of really nice colors. I especially liked the lime green and the bright orange. I was worried that my son in particular would find the lack of specialty bits made the set boring, but on the contrary the two of them will sit together and play very happily. There are enough bricks that they don't have to fight over who has what. I especially like that there are lots of 1x1 bricks - as a child I never felt that I had enough of these and they're so versatile (and cute!). I realize that the recommended age for this toy is 5 years and I let my daughter who is almost three play with it, but the nice thing about it is I get down on the floor with her so supervision is playtime for both of us. I think it's great that even in this digital age something as classic and timeless as Legos can still draw kids' attention.
They still hurt just as much to step on, though, so I'd like to re-recommend that Iris storage bin. You'll thank me for it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good assortment of multicolored parts to supplement and already existing brick cache. I would not recommend to someone buying bulk lego bricks for the first time, as it has a... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Rory McCormick
My grandson was wanting extra blocks to build his "own creations" with. These have served the purpose and kept him busy and happy.Published 17 days ago by CiCi
All Lego products are excellent. Our grandson (five years old) loves the dozens of sets that he has.Published 1 month ago by G. Roth
The colors are fun, the quality is fantastic, the kids (and inner-children) are happy. There seems to be a disproportionately large number of small (1x1, 1x2) pieces compared to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by CrocMama
Our 8-Year-Old LOVES this set. He's played with it for six months now and has yet to get bored!Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer