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LEGO Boost 17101 Creative Toolbox £94.99 @ John Lewis & Partners
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LEGO Boost 17101 Creative Toolbox £94.99 @ John Lewis & Partners

£94.99£109.9914%John Lewis & Partners Deals
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Posted 19th Oct 2019

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Was looking for this for my son for xmas 109.99 but 94.99 with free delivery after code.
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  • An innovative STEM toy that allows children to explore science, technology, engineering and maths, while having fun and developing their creativity and imagination
  • Helps develop coding and constructions skills
  • Create interactive, robotic models!
  • Download the free app and control your creations
  • Five models to build - Vernie, the M.T.R.4 (Multi-Tooled Rover 4), the Guitar4000, Frankie the Cat or the AutoBuilder
  • Includes over 840 LEGO pieces, plus a LEGO Move Hub, Interactive Motor and a Colour & Distance Sensor
  • Move Hub features Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) connectivity, 2 encoded motors, activation button, internal tilt sensor and a light
  • Interactive Motor is an encoded motor
  • Colour & Distance Sensor detects distance, motion and colour, and can also function as a light
  • Build and code robots and models, and complete exciting activities with the playmat and intuitive LEGO® BOOST app (available for iOS and Android tablet devices)
  • Building instructions for all 5 models are included with the free LEGO® BOOST app
  • Includes a LEGO BOOST wall poster!
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Johnie number 5 is alive!
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Boris Bot...
dlids20/10/2019 17:40

Anyone know if these are any good


Built it with my boy last year - it was a decent jump in complexity from the regular sets, without being too difficult.

The robot alone is tremendous fun and can be tweaked/adapted to make *loads* of different things with the rest of the set.

If you have an old android phone going unused, put the Lego AR app on it - it adds an extra dimension to playing with the things he builds (my boy is Autistic, so he rarely plays with the things he creates). He really enjoys the building (following instructions, finding pieces, figuring out how it all goes together, then the deconstruction.
The AR app allows him to enjoy what he's built a little longer, before breaking it back up and creating something else.

With the exception of the Nintendo Switch, I'd say this is the best value Xmas gift he's ever had.
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Ordered!
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Boris Bot...
Johnie number 5 is alive!
Sammy8619/10/2019 16:25

[Image] Boris Bot...


Care tyo explain the point of that?
Johnny 5 alive !!
Anyone know if these are any good
Must admit... Looks pretty cool! A nice way in to coding.
dlids20/10/2019 17:40

Anyone know if these are any good


Built it with my boy last year - it was a decent jump in complexity from the regular sets, without being too difficult.

The robot alone is tremendous fun and can be tweaked/adapted to make *loads* of different things with the rest of the set.

If you have an old android phone going unused, put the Lego AR app on it - it adds an extra dimension to playing with the things he builds (my boy is Autistic, so he rarely plays with the things he creates). He really enjoys the building (following instructions, finding pieces, figuring out how it all goes together, then the deconstruction.
The AR app allows him to enjoy what he's built a little longer, before breaking it back up and creating something else.

With the exception of the Nintendo Switch, I'd say this is the best value Xmas gift he's ever had.
Skwoddie20/10/2019 23:20

Built it with my boy last year - it was a decent jump in complexity from …Built it with my boy last year - it was a decent jump in complexity from the regular sets, without being too difficult.The robot alone is tremendous fun and can be tweaked/adapted to make *loads* of different things with the rest of the set.If you have an old android phone going unused, put the Lego AR app on it - it adds an extra dimension to playing with the things he builds (my boy is Autistic, so he rarely plays with the things he creates). He really enjoys the building (following instructions, finding pieces, figuring out how it all goes together, then the deconstruction. The AR app allows him to enjoy what he's built a little longer, before breaking it back up and creating something else.With the exception of the Nintendo Switch, I'd say this is the best value Xmas gift he's ever had.


Which AR app is this? I only knew about the Hidden Side app which didn't appear to work with Boost?
My son played it once and now it’s ‘stored
Definitely the best thing I have bought my kids. You can build a variety of different 'robots' and with the app you can actually play with it as well. The robot is so much better than any anki thing. the app is essential to use it for both instructions to build and programming the robot but its so user friendly for kids. My 7 yr old daughter can just about manage to build the robots without making too many mistakes but it would be difficult for kids younger. I had to buy a tool box thing to keep all the pieces as some are tiny. Easily one of the best toys for kids
Thanks for posting @davejarman94 we have added your thread to the Highlights section
Thanks for the feedback @Skwoddie & @mitchelldfc ! We’ll probably give it a go. Our house is a bit overan with Lego but his teacher mentioned he enjoyed coding & notice do this.
maverikk21/10/2019 06:50

My son played it once and now it’s ‘stored


I’ll buy it off you and then post it as a deal...
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Any deals on this ? Doesn’t seem to drop very often
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