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BrickRack – LEGO display for minifigs & more

by admin on December 3, 2013

in Taking Care of LEGO

One of the issues that LEGO fans will all face sooner or later is storing and displaying their LEGO collection. We have addressed this topic many times (see links at the end of this post), and today I would like to introduce you to yet another system to display your minifigures (and small LEGO creations) called BrickRack. So let’s check it out! 🙂

LEGO Minifigure Display by BrickRack

What I particularly like about this system is that it is dynamic. I was never a fan of locking away LEGO into cabinets – sure, it keeps them dust-free, but it also means they loose their playability. So I favor systems that keeps LEGO neat and organized, and at the same time interactive. BrickRack is such a system – compatible with the true spirit of LEGO.

LEGO Display by BrickRack

BrickRack is a new, and innovative way to display your LEGO minifigures and even small LEGO creations by providing a rack system with grooves. The grooves are sized just right to slide in regular LEGO bricks. Then, you can attach your LEGO minifigs or whatever else you want to those bricks. Pretty simple, but brilliant, isn’t it? Below are some details on the BrickRack LEGO display system:

  • BrickRack will display up to 175 of your LEGO minifigures.
  • BrickRack features 7 rows of unique, custom grooves designed for holding LEGO bricks.
  • Each of the 7 rows can hold 25 LEGO bricks (2×2). And each row is 6 LEGO bricks apart.
  • Just slide your bricks into the groove and start building!
  • Approximately 15.6″ wide x 17.5″ high.
  • Many of your LEGO sets and minifigures can now be organized, displayed and enjoyed using BrickRack.
  • Easy to hang on the wall.
  • BrickRack is made by Doss Industries of Burlingame, California and is patent pending. (They also make display systems for other collectibles.)

Pretty nifty isn’t it? And as you see you can use BrickRack not just for displaying your minifigures, but also you can use it for small sets and your own LEGO creations. Or even make a “picture” that you can change any time you like – maybe with the change of seasons or special events? 😀

LEGO Display System by BrickRack

If you are interested in the BrickRack LEGO display system, you can check out their website at BrickRack.com. You can also purchase your own BrickRack at $69.95 at the same link. I have added a link to their website in the right-hand side-bar for future reference.

LEGO Minifig Display by BrickRack

What do you think? How do you like the LEGO display by BrickRack? Is this a solution you would like to try? Feel free to share your thought and your own display and storage solutions in the comment section below! 😉

You might also like to check out the Care & Feed of LEGO section for more storage and display ideas or select from the following related posts:

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Fikko3107 December 3, 2013 at 10:07 AM

Ooh…$70. Pretty costly, don’t you think?

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admin December 3, 2013 at 10:13 AM

It depends. I built a minifig display for myself and that costs about 50 bucks, so it is not unreasonable. Our President keeps telling us that there is no inflation, but prices on everything are skyrocketing. Especially food and raw materials. Not iPhones though. We are doomed to consume iPhones. 🙄

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Fikko3107 December 3, 2013 at 10:20 AM

I…Do not understand that last line.

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admin December 3, 2013 at 11:27 AM

Probably because you are not in the USA. 😉

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ninja of stealth December 3, 2013 at 12:19 PM

$70.00! whaaaaaa?! 😯 I thought, “oh this is cool! and probably not that expensive!” but whoa. other than that this is pretty awesome! 😎

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admin December 3, 2013 at 1:43 PM

This brings up the question; what price would you think would be fair? 😉

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Lloydguy December 3, 2013 at 8:59 PM

I think $30-$40, at the most $59.99 would be fair, but it looks like it is easy to make.

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ninja of stealth December 4, 2013 at 12:23 PM

I agree with lloydguy. definitely $30.00

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Tien Do December 3, 2013 at 10:00 PM

I prefer a magnet whiteboard with magnetic bricks, more flexible and economical :). A $70 flat board is too much for something you can DIY 🙂

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admin December 4, 2013 at 9:31 AM

That’s actually use as well, but I made my own magnetic board. 😉

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