|4 years & up. A great place to start stimulating children's creativity. The new storage box with transparent lid contains a minifigure, a building plate, a great mix of standard bricks in various colors, house and wheels elements. 405 pieces.|
Customer Reviews of Ultimate LEGO Building Set
LOVED THIS TOY11/25/2013
My grandson was so happy getting the legos for his birthday. Will be getting him some more
Love LEGOs. This was such a great deal on a big tub of Legos. Bought for a Christmas gift.
Classic, great toy7/14/2012
I am under the impression that a lot of folks reviewing here are not particularly well acquainted with Lego in the context of the wider world of toys out there. They are expensive because the quality of construction is excellent. You do, invariably, get what you pay for. We buy Lego, Playmobil, PlanToys, etc. for our kids. These are all up there in the price bracket because they are durable and they fit together beautifully and consistently. My toddler son is now using my daughter's old Duplos and they look just like they did when we bought them. We buy "junk" toys occasionally, such as Polly Pocket, and I usually regret it. I paid $30 for a Polly Pocket "RV" and it literally went to pieces after very gentle use in a matter of days. I threw the whole thing away after a couple of weeks and she didn't care. My daughter will not remember that piece of junk when she is an adult but, like me, she will remember her Legos. I agree that there is quite a bit of space left over in this bucket, but you do see the piece count right on the package. Perhaps 400 sounds like a lot, but when it comes to Legos, yes, you do probably want more and the great thing is, with the excess room in the tub, you have room to add more pieces just like we did with her Duplo tub.