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LEGO Classic Large Creative Brick Box 10698
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- Build your own amazing buildings and more with this classic collection of LEGO bricks in 33 different colors
- Includes 8 different types of windows and doors, 2 green baseplates and 6 tires and wheel rims
- Green baseplates measure over 6” long and 6” wide, and 4” long and 2” respectively
- LEGO Creative Brick building toys are compatible with all LEGO construction sets for creative building
- 790 pieces – For boys and girls between the ages of 4 and 99 years old
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10698 LEGO Classic Large Creative Brick Box - 790 pcs.
- Makes a great gift idea because LEGO fans can always use more bricks
- Great introduction or addition to any LEGO collection
- Inspires and encourages free building and imagination
Endless Possibilities For Creativity And Imagination!
Kids can start exploring their creative side with the LEGO Classic Large Creative Brick Box! This collection of LEGO bricks in 33 different colors provides the perfect creative toolkit for budding builders of all ages to enjoy some classic LEGO construction. With many different windows and doors, along with other special pieces, kids will stay busy for hours with all of the building options! Suggest a story-starter to get their creativity going like an undersea adventure or a day at the zoo and watch what 'out-of-the-box' creations they come up with, or use one of the included building ideas to get things started! Either way, this set allows imaginations to run wild! Introduce your kids to the LEGO sets you loved when you were young!
LEGO Classic Large Creative Brick Box Features & Functions
Eight types of windows and doors with eight different frames.
Special pieces include three sets of eyes and window frames.
Story-starters, like living in a castle, and building ideas are included in the set.
All models pictured can be built from this set simultaneously, like this cool scooter.
Comes in a useful plastic storage box.
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Building possibilities are endless with a wide-range of LEGO bricks in 33 different colors.
This is our go-to holiday gift this season. Stored in an adorable lego-shaped container, this 790 piece set contains a variety of colors and pieces for building anything and everything. The Classic set is the perfect complement to other Lego sets but is just as fun on its own!
Choking hazard. For ages 3 and up
WARNING Small parts not intended for children under Age 3
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|Item Dimensions||10.31 x 14.57 x 7.09 in||7.05 x 14.55 x 7.09 in||10.25 x 15 x 5.5 in||12.13 x 10.24 x 0.12 in||10.43 x 9.72 x 14.76 in||6.46 x 7.09 x 7.09 in|
|Item Weight||2.2 lbs||2.2 lbs||1 lb||2.47 ounces||4.96 lbs||0.99 lb|
|Number of Pieces||790||484||900||1||1,500||221|
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Lego in general are educational, the kits have taught my 5 and 3 year old to follow directions without having to read and the larger kits have provided us with fun family time. This collection will inspire them to use their imagination to build whatever they please in whatever color they wish.
I have attached two pictures to show how the bricks are bagged and the back paper of the exact bricks you will receive. Several windows, doors, baseplates, wheels, ramps, dots, building bricks, smooth finishing pieces - see picture for exact color and number of each piece.
The yellow storage brick is also nice if you do not already have a place for your Legos. I am planning on using it as decor for their Lego themed bday party. If you are looking for other Lego storage options, ikea trofast drawer system was an inexpensive way to organize by color.
If you are just getting introduced to Legos, do not expect it to be full once the bags are opened and dumped. You will receive 790 pieces and this retails for $60. At the Lego rule of 10 cents per Lego, this seems to be a great deal. This box full of Legos would be hundreds of dollars.
Lego has been around for generations so there isn't a question of durability or craftsmanship. If you need an activity for your children, looking to add to an existing set, giving a gift for a Lego lover this set will be a perfect choice. Anyone who gets involved with Legos knows the obsession that follows to have more bricks, so just add on!
I also recommend the classic bright set, that was a great purchase to add the "girl" colors to my boys collection of stereotypical boy colors. The classic medium set was ok, but I probably wouldn't purchase that again, I would get the bright set or this large box again.
As you can see, its just enough to be high enough to cover the minifigures head (not included), but there are not enough left to build a roof.
Yes, you could finish the house with other pieces, but at this price, I should have enough 4x2's to build a reasonably sized house.
4x2 bricks are the workhorse of creative building with Lego, no matter how much LEGO has attempted to market smaller, more complex and specific creations as the 'new' heart of Lego, and not buildings and houses. Any child who grew up with Lego knows its *ALL* about the 4x2.
This is a 790 piece set, with only *67* 4x2 bricks.
On average, most colors only have FOUR 4x2 bricks - !?
The 4x2 is relatively large and expensive, so Lego sells sets with really high piece count - like this one at 790 - but uses tiny pieces no one cares about to push up the piece count. In this case, only 8% of the pieces are 4x2's.
...and I love Lego's response to people's complaints about 4x2's - 'hey, come to our website and buy by the BRICK' - where 4x2 pieces are $.30/pc!
I don't even think LEGO *wants* to sell these building sets anymore (this set was created 'by demand!'), because the vertical sales of endless expensive, complicated *model* sets of licensed characters (like its own, or Batman, Star Wars, etc) are much more lucrative. Most of these sets aren't even buildable by kids until they are competent readers who can follow complex instructions, and once they have built it, the bricks have little or no replayability. Build the model, you're done. Did I mention these model sets seem half the size of as the picture on the box?
Some of Lego's model sets are completely phoned in as well - the original Minecraft sets, for example - uh, my kids and I have played ALOT of Minecraft - the original Minecraft sets - I don't even know what they were *supposed* to look like - they looked like a mess - and, of course, where Minecraft is a game of large 1 meter square blocks, the LEGO version was comprised of tons of the tiniest pieces I have ever seen. Once we opened the box, we didn't even bother building our Minecraft set, it was so disappointing.
Having bought only one other model sets other than the Minecraft one, I don't even like my kids to see the model sets in the store - because yes, the cover art is exciting and cool, but I know that the out-of-the-box experience is not. Dad will wind up building the entire thing, my daughter will play with it for 5 minutes, start taking some pieces apart, and it will be nothing more than a mess of tiny toy pieces no one plays with for the rest of its lifespan.
I have talked to other parents, and Lego's strategy is a universal disappointment.
Lego, the 'CLASSIC' Lego experience is having a child open their first set of legos, which is mostly 4x2, so they can build big, beautiful buildings of their own imagination. You can sell your one-off model kits, but let's see you sell at least ONE set which is mostly 4x2, and bring that core experience of replayability back to kids of this generation.
I chose this set because it does contain some parts I think are important for a core set - like windows, doors, and wheels - but when I see the vast number of tiny useless filler this set has, it just makes me upset about what kid's experience is with modern Lego marketing.
There are 790 pieces in the box along with different sizes of window, tires, rims, base plates, etc. Many hours of enjoyable fun for kids.
I also didn't think that the container was very well made. It seemed very flimsy and wouldn't even fit the large green foundation sheet that we already own and I had hoped to use it as storage for our other lego sets. Also, the lid doesn't attach securely so if it gets tipped over (not even dropped just tipped) the lid pops off and the legos spill out.
I now am planning on buying the larger set in the cardboard box and just storing them in a plastic tote. I get a LOT more legos this way for the same price (almost double). Seems like quite a bit of the price for this set is for the cool looking lego storage kit but, they should have invested in making it more sturdy.