What about this for Christmas?? Lego fans surely know what is to be in a room with plenty of nice sets or fantastic creations with a bunch of lost pieces in the floor (especially if you have kids nearby…). Sooner or later, I think that you’ve already tried the feeling of step one those bricks on the floor. Isn’t that great (not)?
To avoid that pain, there is now a great solution. Looks like that Lego has just created some new colored sleepers, that simply allow walking comfortably at home and step over a few bricks, without hurting your feet. Its soles are made for pretty soft material in order to be possible to soften the bloody pieces.
There’s no information about its availability or price but it would be certainly a great Christmas gift for a couple of people that I know. ...Continue Reading...
Three new battle packs (one from Ninjago and two from city) were seen recently on stores, constituting an alternative (and rather expensive!) way of getting additional or new mini-figures as well as its tools or accessories. Fifteen dollars is what they cost (each one, of course) and all of them bring four mini-figures.
The Ninjago pack (850632) has exactly thirty six pieces and the mini-figures are a Stone Warrior and a Scout, and two Ninjas, more exactly, Jay ZX and Zane ZX. Besides them, there is also a small platform to store their weapons.The City packs are two, one from the Police Continue reading
This two sets, hard to find in stores at this moment are a great added value to any town. Eight mini figures, including three police officers, a girl, two thieves, a business man and a garbage worker, traffic lights, traffic signs, a police ATV , an individual ATM and lots of other accessories for about 15 Euros are definitely a good business.
The Lego 8401, besides the four figures has also plenty of additional staff that includes three traffic signs and a traffic light, which are always welcome when you have road plates, a garden’ bench, that is very well designed, a garbage wheelbarrow, a garbage can, and a small but unusual fire hydrant. Continue reading