LEGO Ultimate Building Set - 405 Pieces (6166) (Discontinued by manufacturer)
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- This new tub features a great assortment of LEGO bricks and elements
- Includes building plate, minifigure, windows, doors and wheels
- Includes building instructions for 5 models and photo inspiration for 25 more
- New container allows for easy clean up and efficient storage - The transparent lid lets builders display their models
- 405 Pieces
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
This new tub features a great assortment of LEGO bricks and elements.
When your toddler has graduated from the Duplo stage and is ready to take the next step in his, or her, Lego journey, the Lego Ultimate Building Set is the ideal graduation gift. With 405 pieces stored in a durable plastic box with a see-through top, this set is the perfect place to let children continue to explore their imagination and engineering skills. The Lego Ultimate Building Set contains many small pieces and is designed for kids ages four and older.
The Ideal Lego Starter Kit
The Lego Ultimate Building Set includes everything a child needs to take the first steps to becoming an expert Lego builder. It includes one mini figurine, a building plate, and a wide mix of standard bricks in various colors as well as house and wheel elements.
Following the included instructions and using pieces in the starter kit, kids can build a house, helicopter, dog, and car. The only flaw is that the instructions may be challenging for younger children, and require adult assistance.
As is the case with virtually every Lego set, your child will be limited only by his, or her, imagination and perseverance. Although the kit is designed for younger children graduating from Lego Duplos, you can be confident that your child will never actually grow out of the Ultimate Building Set. All of the pieces can be incorporated into future Lego collections.
What's in the Box
405 standard Lego pieces with house and wheel element, mini figurine, durable plastic storage case, and instructions.
Large Brick Box
At a Glance:
- 405 standard Lego pieces allow for endless number of creations
- Comes with durable plastic box for storage
- Standard pieces will fit and work with all future Lego collections
- Instructions included for building house, helicopter, car, and more
- Four years and up
- 405 LEGO elements
Safety WarningWARNING: CHOKING HAZARD. Small parts. Not intended for children under 3 years.
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|Item Dimensions||15.12 x 8.98 x 7.56 in||7.05 x 14.55 x 7.09 in||10.31 x 14.57 x 7.09 in||7.52 x 10.31 x 2.83 in||12.13 x 10.24 x 0.12 in||10.43 x 9.72 x 14.76 in|
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|Number of Pieces||405||484||790||303||1||1,500|
Top customer reviews
This is a great box of many different pieces, enough to build TONS of stuff. WE also purchased the The Lego Ideas Book. but my daughter seemed to prefer the little booklet that came inside the Ultimate Building Set and go from there.
Great product, perfect for those who have a few kits and are looking to make their Lego collection really rounded out. Opens the door up to tons of possibility, Lego-wise.
This item was well packaged and arrived with in the estimate given by Amazon.
LEGO Ultimate Building Set - 405 Pieces (6166)
Then one day one of my friends recommended a "natural remedy" doctor. 'Oh great!' I thought. A witch doctor who's going to put some fake voodoo hex on my feet and tell me it hurts. No thanks. I'd rather go to a regular doctor who will hurt me the old fashioned way. But I decided to give it a try.
The good witch doctor prescribed the LEGO Ultimate Building Set - 405 Pieces. I didn't know how it would solve anything but he said to just put it somewhere low to the ground and he promised I'd see results. So I did. Sure enough, within minutes my children found them. Ever since, walking barefoot around my house as alleviated my "painless foot" syndrome. The best part about this remedy is, unlike traditional methods, you never know exactly WHEN the covert pieces embedded just below the carpet fibers are going to relieve your painlessness. My favorite times to receive treatment are between 1 AM and 5 AM.
My kids certainly have seemed to enjoy playing with these as well despite my telling them they're for medical purposes only.
Our 3 year old son is still a bit young but he's gotten pretty good at not putting pieces in his mouth, and keeping them on the table where his younger sister can't get to them.
He always pulls out the small book that comes with this set and asks me to build something. Aside from some pieces not going together well or never coming apart (short flat sections, it's like they'll only come apart for teeth or a small flat-head screwdriver) he has all the standard difficulties that a small child might have with Legos. That is, it's the first time he's been tasked with something that can be a lot more complex than the Duplo style blocks he's gotten used to. The variety of parts allows plenty of possibilities but it can also bewilder a young child.
Hang in there. You don't have to build everything the same shape and color in the book. It took a while to teach him that things don't have to look just like the book and that using your imagination is important. But therein lies the problem. This is a good sized set, but once we start building a given project we invariably run out of some type of piece that's necessary for construction to continue.
So now you can imagine a new, jury-rigged solution or run out and by more. Such is Lego life.