LEGO sort and store head £25.00 down from £39.99 at John Lewis
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LEGO sort and store head £25.00 down from £39.99 at John Lewis

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Found 21st Oct 2013
The fast and easy way to sort and store your LEGO bricks. Simply tip your LEGO bricks into the Head Sorter, then shake gently, allowing the LEGO bricks to sort into small, medium, and large sections. And with its built-in carry handle you can carry and hold over a 1,000 LEGO pieces. Very useful for tidy builders! Brand LEGO Dimensions H30 x Dia. 25cm Eligible for International Delivery YES Lego Type LEGO Storage Suitable From 4 years Warning! Not suitable for children under 3 years.

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Think this has been posted cheaper pink-ka
Edited by: "karri123" 21st Oct 2013

still loads in Costco Liverpool for less than £11

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karri123

Think this was posted earlier and cheaper at Amazon pink-ka



I did do a quick search but I'm rubbish at it haha only one I could find was months old.

pink-ka

I did do a quick search but I'm rubbish at it haha only one I could find … I did do a quick search but I'm rubbish at it haha only one I could find was months old.



I actually edited that because it might have been a "girl" one today but sure this ones been cheaper too. Not bought it personally, just seen it around! Felt the need to explain when the temperature was dropping rapidly with no comments, it's sometimes difficult to know why.

Eta Think it was cheap at Asda recently and Amazon price matched
Edited by: "karri123" 21st Oct 2013

Original Poster

karri123

I actually edited that because it might have been a "girl" one today but … I actually edited that because it might have been a "girl" one today but sure this ones been cheaper too. Not bought it personally, just seen it around! Felt the need to explain when the temperature was dropping rapidly with no comments, it's sometimes difficult to know why.



I think sometimes people get confused with this one which is a sort and store and not just the head version which are cheaper so probably think this is over priced, It is a lot of money for a storage tub but when I did a search on here the cheapest it's been on here was £22 or £23 I think it was and that was months ago. I've just checked amazon and they seem to have price matched John Lewis as well.

Just searched again and cheapest was £18, I'm rubbish at the search, so no wonder why it's going cold haha
Edited by: "pink-ka" 21st Oct 2013

pink-ka

I think sometimes people get confused with this one which is a sort and … I think sometimes people get confused with this one which is a sort and store and not just the head version which are cheaper so probably think this is over priced, It is a lot of money for a storage tub but when I did a search on here the cheapest it's been on here was £22 or £23 I think it was and that was months ago. I've just checked amazon and they seem to have price matched John Lewis as well.



Ah that might be it, the pictures do look similar so easily confused perhaps. As I said not something i've ever purchased so never really paid any attention to the detail and perhaps the same for others unfortunately

Lol, well at least we know

As a comparison, the girl version of this sort and store head was cheaper than this from Amazon recently @ £21.77 bought on 30/9. It is now £19.41 amazon.co.uk/Leg…s_1 so even better - typical! There seem to have been various posts for various Lego heads and lots of confusion over which is which! The sort and store one seemed huge to me when it arrived and works a bit like a sieve system with trays of various sized holes inside the head. The boy one (the one listed here) was £35+ on Amazon when I got the girly one so my son had to make do! Therefore this seems a very good price to me. whether from JL or Amazon! The other heads you can get are just storage 'buckets' and come in 2 sizes I think small (around £12) and large (around £17). Hope that helps / makes sense?!

Just to add to the info for future reference if you don't already know about them: I got an 8 stud Lego brick storage box (listed on HUKD) for about £12 the other day and was absolutely amazed at how enormous it is. The pictures don't do these things justice and I hadn't bothered to read the measurements!! I'd highly recommend both brick and the sort and store head.:)

Hamish402

As a comparison, the girl version of this sort and store head was cheaper … As a comparison, the girl version of this sort and store head was cheaper than this from Amazon recently @ £21.77 bought on 30/9. It is now £19.41 http://www.amazon.co.uk/Lego-Sort-Store-Girly-Face/dp/B007I0C6BQ/ref=pd_sim_k_h_b_cs_1 so even better - typical! There seem to have been various posts for various Lego heads and lots of confusion over which is which! The sort and store one seemed huge to me when it arrived and works a bit like a sieve system with trays of various sized holes inside the head. The boy one (the one listed here) was £35+ on Amazon when I got the girly one so my son had to make do! Therefore this seems a very good price to me. whether from JL or Amazon! The other heads you can get are just storage 'buckets' and come in 2 sizes I think small (around £12) and large (around £17). Hope that helps / makes sense?!Just to add to the info for future reference if you don't already know about them: I got an 8 stud Lego brick storage box (listed on HUKD) for about £12 the other day and was absolutely amazed at how enormous it is. The pictures don't do these things justice and I hadn't bothered to read the measurements!! I'd highly recommend both brick and the sort and store head.:)


where was your brick from?

^ It was from Asda via this deal: hotukdeals.com/dea…709 if you look at the last post, apparently the 4 stud bricks were / are cheap in Home Bargains @ £5.99 - great price if you can find them!

Oh and I also have the 'lunch box' Lego brick which looks like the storage brick but doesn't stack. These are sometimes around for £3ish. NOTE they are tiny: their length is about the width of the 8 stud brick so no comparison at all and much flimsier plastic too! Hope that helps with any further confusion as they do often seem to get compared on here!

muffin33

where was your brick from?


In case you are still getting updates on this deal and are interested the Lego storage brick 8 in yellow is back in stock at Asda! I posted it a little while ago.
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