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Hi,

just thought I'd pass on this find, for all of those other lego fans (and their kiddies of course). Lego storage box for all of those pieces we so easily loose!

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Organize your LEGO® bricks!

This classic and convenient storage unit is just what you need to keep your LEGO brick collection off the floor! Includes a sturdy red wooden frame storage unit and 4 plastic storage trays featuring compartments in different sizes.


Storage Tray Unit measures 14" wide x 14" tall x 12" deep! (35cm x 35cm x 30cm)
Some assembly required, bricks not included.
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#1
Looks great, but for the amount of Lego I have we'd need about 8 of them :(
#2
nice find going to have some of that was looking at them awhile ago but price put us off

nice find rep addded:thumbsup:
#3
nice idea. good to develop organisation skills - especially for boys.

unfortunately have fallen out with Lego, after going to legoland and being very dissapointed.
#4
Lots of other good offers on the Lego site as well.
banned#5
How can anyone be put off by legoland? Its perfect for its target age ranges. Good buy by the way.
#6
Isn't rummaging through a box of lego or tipping it all out on the floor all part of the fun ?
#7
nice idea if it works, my kids can't even keep it in a box let along organise it. We did try organising the k'next into drawers but over the months the bits were put back in which ever drawer was easiest and it was soon a jumble again. We would also need about 10 of these to come anywhere near organising our lego collection.

It is a good saving if it is what you are after.
#8
We use the Ikea tall storage boxes, the ones that have several plastic trays you pull out, we have 2 of these on the go and still need more and they hold loads of lego!
#9
Is this as cheap as a generic DIY thing for holding screws and other little bits and pieces?
#10
Cool find...
#11
blackpeppa

unfortunately have fallen out with Lego, after going to legoland and being very dissapointed.


Agreed, I thought it was very poor too and appalling value for money - even with the tesco discount. I suspect you might have been spoiled by the organisation in american theme parks. LL Windsor is a total shambles by comparison.

Hasn't put us off the lego though. This storage unit is OK but not much use to me because it is so small.
banned#12
walibe
How can anyone be put off by legoland? Its perfect for its target age ranges. Good buy by the way.


Totally agree. Went to Legoland Windsor last September with the Wife and 3 kids, aged 6, 8 & 12. We all thought it was great. Can't see how anyone with kids wouldn't enjoy it.
#13
el-beatle
Totally agree. Went to Legoland Windsor last September with the Wife and 3 kids, aged 6, 8 & 12. We all thought it was great. Can't see how anyone with kids wouldn't enjoy it.


Well, we queued for ages in traffic in Windsor to get to the car park. Then queued for 45 minutes just to get in the gate. Once inside the kids got on about 3 rides all day thanks to queuing for hours and the rides were, frankly, poor. There was insufficient space in the food places and the kids couldn't see the stunt shows because they were too small to see over all the adults at the front. We also went to Orlando this year at very busy easter season, and by comparison Legoland was something of a joke gone wrong. There are many great things to enjoy in this country but not this one ever again thanks.
#14
the boxes look great although would need a fair few for the amount of lego in this house.
My 13 went to legoland this year on a school trip and thought it was total rubbish
#15
I know what you mean about the size. We keep most of our sets in boxes/tubs in toy boxes, on shelves, table tops and any other surface our youngest can find! (we've managed to get him to keep the dining table clear but we definately need some organisation to our ever expanding collection. We will use these (yes, I did get more than one :whistling:) for sets we're currently making (as Sonny Boy likes to open all the bags in one go whenever he gets a new set! Which does make the process of finding parts take much longer incidentally but maybe he thinks he's helping to prolong the pleasure?) and for other small parts, as he's forever sorting them out but they get mixed up when they're in piles.

Of course, that's the idea... Reality can sometimes be very different.... :o

I'll let you know how they measure up (no pun intended) when they're delivered and assembled (I'm excited though)

Thanks for all the great feedback, good to know there are so many other lifelong lego fans out there. :thumbsup:

As for legoland (it's the walk up and down that hill to get into the main park bit that gets my goat, I'd prefer it steeper and shorter! or even better, a lift!... Or a conveyor belt like they have at the airport.... Or at least not having the long uphill hike to get out after walking around all day :viking: Or am I just getting old (it's alright, don't answer that, I still get asked for ID when I go out, so I can't be that old!). Anyhow, I was going to say, Tesco's now do clubcard deals for full day tickets to legoland for £8.75 of vouchers, or full annual passes for £16.75 of vouchers (here), at least that way you wouldn't have to pay, per se. (You may notice that the merlin annual passes have gone up to £31.25 in clubcard vouchers, from the £27.50 it was before the August mailing, but it's probably still good value compared to the full regular price of £125 each). I know it's not too riviting for us bigguns but the little ones seem to love it. Or could it be the unavoidable trip to the lego shop at the end that keeps them wanting to go back for more? Hmmmm :thinking:
#16
They've arrived :-D

Look really good! I'm going to assemble it today and get back to you about how much it can store, but the trays are a good size, I think I'll be pleasantly suprised!

Has anyone else received one yet?
#17
Sold out now.
#18
Hi,

I know it's expired now (hope some of you got it while it was a bargain) but I did say that I'd say what I thought of this, once it was assembled. For the sake of sticking to my word and for any others that may think of buying it at another time, I shall do so now (sorry for the delay).

Basically, we think it's great. Very solid, appealing to the eye and touch. It took me less than 10 minutes to assemble and holds a decent amount of lego - probably more than we expected. Having said that, if you have babies/toddlers about, the drawers slide in and out very easily, so you may want to put it out of reach, unless you enjoy picking said "previously stored" lego up that is ;-)

We're happy with them, hope anone else that got one is too :-D

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