1000 pc Classic Building Bricks - Bulk Blocks w 54 Roof Pieces and Better Variety - Compatible with All Brands
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|Educational Objective(s)||Shape Recognition|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||10 x 2 x 6 inches|
|Number of Pieces||1000|
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- A Big Bag of building bricks - 1,000 pcs with bonus roof pieces in 10 Colors including purple, pink, & light blue
- Tight fit with all major brands
- Unbeatable value- 1,000 piece set compatible with all major brands at an affordable price
- Variety of high quality bricks in unique shapes and colors
- Less fillers than competitors- All the bricks kids need in one convenient pack!
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Let your creativity and adventurous spirit roam free with our Big Bag of Bricks collection! Our bricks are compatible with all major brick building brands, yet at a lower cost compared to leading competitors. Enhance your brick collection with our unique sets such as light up bricks and our classic colored bricks. Our sets would make any child’s creation one of a kind.
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10 Different Colors
This set includes 10 different colors : blue, green, yellow,
black, pink, white, grey, light blue, red and purple. The selection of
colors will give you the chance to build whatever your imagine
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1x1 = 120 pieces
1x2 = 226
1x3 = 40
1x4 = 30
1x6 = 31 (one has mis-shapen end)
1x8 = 49
2x2 = 142
2x3 = 90
2x4 = 102
2x6 = 30
2x8 = 49
2x10 (flat) = 20
roof = 53
L-shaped 1x3 = 62
The 2x4,6,8s total 181 pieces, which is MUCH better than Lego offers.
They fit Legos very well with only a few exceptions. Given the cost savings, I have no problem tossing a few bad fit pieces out. To get a similar mix of Legos would have been twice as much or more. So, definitely not Legos, but a good bargain and my kids are happy. They built things using these blocks and our Legos. You can't tell which pieces are Legos and which are not as you look at the constructions.
First, these are far less expensive than Legos. After taking size of pieces into account, I think this set is less than 1/3 the price of Legos. I bought the 650 piece Builder of Tomorrow set on sale at Toys R Us for around $30. It is very nice but as another reviewer said it is mostly small pieces. If you define a large piece as 2x4 or greater it has 7% large pieces. I love Legos but they are very expensive and any effort to provide a high-quality alternative is much appreciated.
The first thing I did was try to tried to break a few pieces applying reasonable pressure and none of them broke. They look a lot like Legos, the exterior dimensions appear to be the same. Oddly, the walls of the off-brand appear to be slightly thicker, and in comparing the underside of the 2x4 I see that that the Lego has a single cross-beam only on the middle cylinder while the off-brand has three cross-beams, one on each cylinder.
The finish on the Legos is nicer. They are shiny, unmarred, and have clean lines. The off-brand has random, small vertical lines in the finish, like the lines in my fingernails now that I'm no longer young. There are occasional bigger imperfections, knots and small gouges that the Legos don't have. That said, none of that would make the slightest difference to a bunch of kids playing with blocks but it does speak to a difference in quality.
The fit on the Legos is nicer too. Every Lego I've tried is perfect, with a silky feel to the connect, and a easy but satisfying snap to the disconnect. These are variable, they just don't have the same tolerance control. Some feel like Legos, some are really hard to put together, some are too soft. Also, I did find one piece that was completely out of whack and did not hold at all. That said, again, for the most part these blocks are usable.
The colors are very close, so close that I had to concentrate to see the difference. I looked at blue, red, yellow, white, and dark green, and they were all close. When I alternated the two brands in a stack it became somewhat more obvious but unless you are looking for it, it isn't really a problem.
I'm a little sad about writing this review. I had hoped that these would be as good as Legos without the hefty price tag. And I would have bought more of them but that isn't going to happen. If you are a Lego aficionado, these are definitely not for you. They are not of the same quality. But if you have a bunch of kids that play Lego together and you are just looking to extend the pool of blocks, these are a good deal. Yes, there might be a occasional dud that gets tossed, but overall these blocks work OK.
Since then, however, we have not had a problem with the pieces breaking. We have been playing with them quite a bit and they've generally been satisfactory. A few pieces are a little "off" (fit not quite right) but none of this has been a big problem for my kids.
I also got the Lego bucket at the same time. The Lego-branded bucket has 600 pieces, but Lego makes a point of including a disproportionate number of tiny pieces (including many tiny "elbow" pieces, which are almost useless), which means you get far less for your money than the packaging leads you to believe.
This seems pretty cynical on the part of Lego. They seem to want to drive you away from "free play" sets by making it impossible to get the larger bricks. It's a shame, because this was a mainstay of the Lego experience when I was a kid. (Interestingly, we also bought Lego's pink-bucket brick set for girls, which is more substantial and well-rounded. They may want to bring more girls into the fold, so they beefed up the girls' set.)
So given the choice between this set, with a handful of imperfect pieces, and the more expensive Lego set with fewer pieces and less value overall, I think this is a pretty good value. I would consider buying another set.
If you are a parent with kids, I'd think about this set. If you're an adult Lego geek and you're very discriminating/picky, you may want to splash out for the official bricks.
The manufacturer also contacted me (in the comments below) to offer to replace the set. I haven't taken them up on the offer, but shows they stand by their product.
Top reviews from other countries
I will NOT be ordering these again.
Reviewed in Canada on January 1, 2019