Reddit Reddit reviews LEGO Classic Large Creative Brick Box 10698 Build Your Own Creative Toys, Kids Building Kit (790 Pieces)

We found 11 Reddit comments about LEGO Classic Large Creative Brick Box 10698 Build Your Own Creative Toys, Kids Building Kit (790 Pieces). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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LEGO Classic Large Creative Brick Box 10698 Build Your Own Creative Toys, Kids Building Kit (790 Pieces)
Engage your kids in pretend play by letting them build their own play toys, such as creating a toy house or toy scooter. This classic creative kit of LEGO bricks comes with 33 different colored bricksThis brick box includes 8 different types of toy windows and toy doors, 2 green baseplates and 6 toy tires and toy wheel rims to create hours of creativity for kids; plus the LEGO inspired packaging serves as toy storageKids will become creative builders as they use these color toys to build a figure or build a castle while also engaging in kids playtimeThe large build and play LEGO Creative Brick toy playset is compatible with all LEGO construction sets for neverending creative playThe green baseplates in this build it yourself set measure over 6 inches long and 6 inches wide, and 4 inches long and 2 inches respectively, Kids will get to build and play with 790 pieces and is ideal for boys and girls between the ages of 4 and 99 years old
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11 Reddit comments about LEGO Classic Large Creative Brick Box 10698 Build Your Own Creative Toys, Kids Building Kit (790 Pieces):

u/AllGoldGold · 7 pointsr/evilbuildings

This 2,169 sq. ft. house made of lego took 10,079,829 pieces. Which comes to 4,647 pieces per square foot.

Per Wikipedia the Chang-Gu World Trade Center is 896,700 sq. ft..

So that would require 4,166,964,900 lego, not accounting for any structural differences between building a skyscraper and a 2 story house.

You can get 790 pieces of lego on [amazon](LEGO Classic Large Creative Brick Box 10698 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NHQF6MG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_Y5ktybPNSBE3D) for 46.99.

So roughly $247,855,291 in materials alone to build a building that size out of lego. I wouldn't call that being cheap.

(Please feel free to check my math, I have a degree in history math is not my forte.)

u/x_driven_x · 2 pointsr/IAmA

Fantastic idea!!! I hope you caused many gifts to be sent today!

I got them this lego box

u/ThaddeusJP · 2 pointsr/HotWheels

Lego Makes Creative Brick boxes that run 30-60$ USD

Medium Size - $30- 484 pieces

Large size - $60 - 790 pieces

ALSO, hotwheels has a car that will take lego minifigs: LetsGO

u/kevinstonge · 2 pointsr/pics

They aren't bad ... this is $50 for 800 pieces. Now, 800 pieces sounds like a lot, but if you have this box in front of you it's not all that much (lots of 1x1 and other tiny pieces). It's not bad, like I said, but for $50 it's just a bucket of plastic made with manufacturing technology that's been in place for decades. The prices are inflated due to brand recognition only. Then the kits have even more inflated prices due to double brand recognition (e.g., LEGO + Star Wars!)

u/CanadianHo · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

thats why i would rather buy the creator packs like this one then my kiddos can make whatever they want

u/VictorChen1 · 1 pointr/legodeal
u/foodforthoughts1010 · 1 pointr/DarkNetMarkets

K'nex do sell sets that are intended to be build. Such as their roller coasters. Lego does the same. But Lego also sells boxes of a large assortment of pieces that are intended to use to build whatever you want. Proof? K'nex set lego assortment