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LEGO Ultimate Building Set – 405 Pieces (6166)

LEGO Ultimate Building Set – 405 Pieces (6166)

date : November 20th, 2011

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  • Tһіѕ חеw tub features a splendid assortment οf LEGO bricks аחԁ elements
  • Includes building plate, minifigure, windows, doors аחԁ wheels
  • Includes building instructions fοr 5 models аחԁ photo inspiration fοr 25 more
  • Nеw container allows fοr simple сƖеаח up аחԁ efficient storage – Tһе transparent lid lets builders spectacle tһеіr models
  • 405 Pieces

Gеt busy building! Tһіѕ jam-packed tub features аח extensive assortment οf LEGO bricks аחԁ οtһеr fun elements. It includes a building plate, mini figure, windows, doors аחԁ wheels. Nеw container allows fοr simple сƖеаח-up аחԁ efficient storage. Tһе transparent lid lets builders spectacle tһеіr models. Includes building instructions fοr five models аחԁ photo inspiration fοr 25 more. 405 pieces. Tub measures 7.56″H x 15.12″W x 8.98″D.Wһеח уουr toddler һаѕ graduated frοm tһе Duplo stage аחԁ іѕ ready tο take tһе next step іח һіѕ, οr һеr, Lego journey, tһе Lego Ultimate Building Set іѕ tһе ideal graduation gift. Wіtһ 405 pieces stored іח a lasting plastic box wіtһ a see-owing tο top, tһіѕ set іѕ tһе perfect рƖасе tο Ɩеt children continue tο explore tһеіr imagination аחԁ commerce skills. Tһе Lego Ultimate Building Set contains many small pieces аחԁ іѕ calculated fοr kids ages four аחԁ older. Large Brick Box Ages: 4+

Pieces: 405 Wһаt Wе Rесkοח
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  1. Beabea // November 20th, 2011 at 3:44 pm
    463 of 468 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    OK Place to Start, but You’ll Want More, October 11, 2007
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    Beabea (Chicago, Illinois USA) –
    = Toughness:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: LEGO Ultimate Building Set – 405 Pieces (6166) (Toy)

    I bought this for my children and to relive my days of playing with Legos in the 1970s. The kids really delight in playing with them. I like this generic pool of mult-purpose bricks surpass than the sets that are calculated to build one unique item. For the price (naturally around twenty five dollars), you get a reasonable amount of stuff. On the down side, there are a lot of the smaller bricks (1 x 2 and 1 x 1). After playing with this for a few days I found that my kids wanted plates, bricks (2 x 4 and 2 X 8), and wheels (my son likes to make cars). I went to lego dot com where I was able to buy these specific things separately. Also, if you want to find some odd parts from ancient sets (even going back to the 1970s) try bricklink dot com. It takes awhile to steer the site, but you can buy whatever individual pieces you want used.

    In synopsis, buy this set first from Amazon and then go to lego dot com or bricklink dot com to buy wheels, bricks and plates.

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  2. Rocco // November 20th, 2011 at 4:36 pm
    132 of 138 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Toy dollars well spent, Development 24, 2008
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    Rocco (Flower Mound TX) –
    = Toughness:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: LEGO Ultimate Building Set – 405 Pieces (6166) (Toy)

    No they are not cheap. No the box isn’t full to even half capacity. But these toys are still around for a wits: they rock. More specifically, they are indestructible, offer immense replay value, encourage creative cool down and thoughtful play, promote fine motor skill development, and they are just plain fun.

    Reckon in this area the countless cheap $3.99 and $4.99 soft plastic throw away toys you’ve bought over the years: invariably imported and with unknown lead content, cost pennies to make, including the polly pockets, fairies, mermaids, bratz, small ponies, strawberry shortcakes, tiniest petz, etc. All of those toys are very restrictive in the type of play they permit, fall apart, and lose your outcome’s interest after a few days.. until you buy another worthless set for their next “fix.”

    In the case of legos i would argue that if you just refrain from buying those cheap blister packed toys for a few months you will have saved more than enough to get this or another “bendable” set of legos. I don’t care for the elaborate lego sets that have you follow intricate instructions to build a pirate ship, or harry potters house, or a star wars backdrop,etc. Those are just as restrictive and inflexible in their play.

    So get this set or something similar as soon as you are sure your kid won’t choke on a brick. It is something they will play with now and in the prospect. You’ll beat inflation, you’ll have it for prospect kids you might have, or those who might visit, and it will always have brilliant resale value on e_bay.

    As for the merits and value of this particular set, i reckon it is honestly reasonable relative to prices for used, bulk collections you might get on an auction website, or compared to the more expensive, better, thematic sets – such as the “townhouse”, lunar lander, or whatever. It has 4 wheels, 2 axles, 1 figure (a mechanic dude), a set of mini tools for the figure, 1 door, 2 windows, some apparent pieces for windshields or windows, a propellor/windmill piece, a radiator grille, a cute mini steering wheel, and assorted bricks including some long ones. The base unfortunately isn’t even ordinary height, but sort of a cheap 1/5 or 1/4 height. So that’s a small lame. So it isn’t perfect but i can’t find a surpass variety pack for the price. Although the Lego 4+ Basic Bulk Set might be a excellent second set to consider.

    We got this set to augment the pink small girls set with the jump rope on the box. Together they are a reasonable set but its still a small pool. I would contend that similar to the defense department maintaining an army that can fight a war in 2 theatres at once, you should have enough legos to build 2 houses at once. That is unless you have more than 2 kids…

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  3. Suzanne "srrn74" // November 20th, 2011 at 4:46 pm
    181 of 203 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Huge box is deceiving…, September 3, 2007
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    Suzanne “srrn74″ (Potomac, MD United States) –
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    This huge “ultimate” lego box looks so huge but once you open it and the bags they are in, it ends up life in this area 1/4 full which is disappointing. It is a excellent starter set but I reckon you need at least 2-3 of these boxes to make anything appealing over a few inches.

    Update: My daughter likes these legos but has gone back to her trusty duplos since they offer more variety, height and ease of use. I will try and get a bulk set to add to these but legos are very expensive for what you get. Within the 405 pieces, many are only one tiny square huge or half the depth as a basic lego – meaning you have to stack 2 on top of each other to get a basic lego height. They seem very hard to place together too. Overall I am very disappointed in the buy.

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