Saturday, January 08, 2005

If your little kids play with Lego blocks....read this

The amazing new storage solution for Legos
that automatically sorts the kid's blocks by size,
keeping them neat and tidy and ready to play.

maria



9 Comments:

At Saturday, January 08, 2005, Blogger 1 Blog Given said...

I wish they had something like that when I was a kid.

 
At Saturday, January 08, 2005, Blogger gn0 said...

That's sooo cool man!!

 
At Sunday, January 09, 2005, Blogger Andi said...

OR..... you could just have a big brick bucket and make sure your kids put them all in when done! Kids have to learn one way or another.....

 
At Sunday, January 09, 2005, Blogger Amanda said...

AAAAAh! What's all the fun in playing with Legos if they're already sorted? I remember playing with three buckets, I poured each onto a large sheet for easy clean-up.

 
At Monday, January 10, 2005, Blogger panthergirl said...

Ah, but here's the rub: kids often leave the legos attached to each other, so very few wind up dropping down into the lower levels. (we have this sorter)
It's still not a bad gadget, and a cool idea, it's just not as perfect as it seems. :)

My lego tip for today: I bought all of my son's Legos on eBay. People sell them by the pound. I just made sure to specify that they had to come from a non-smoking household.

 
At Monday, January 10, 2005, Blogger Meg said...

Hmmm...that would never work for us. Well, maybe it could, but we'd need at least six or seven of them! We've got a HECK of a lot more Legos than that will hold!

 
At Monday, January 10, 2005, Blogger Tricia said...

We also have a crapload of legos. I have TWO huge buckets right now, and for the most part they keep them in there. But that thing does look cool, I almost want it for myself lmao.

 
At Monday, January 10, 2005, Blogger Master Foley said...

Where was this when I was a kid?

 
At Thursday, January 13, 2005, Blogger Edgar said...

When i got tired of seeing my Lego blocks filling tons of cardboard boxes, i just built something that took ALL the blocks. Then this man saw it, stole the idea and that's how the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao was designed.

By the way, that person who bought the Lego blocks from eBay specifically requesting that they didn't come from a smoker's house.... Wow. Do you let your children out to play in the garden without their radiation suits? :D

 

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