There is a BrickLink store located in Hungary named We Love What You Build (or WLWYB for short) that recently released what they call the First Periodic Table of LEGO Colors. I have been reading about this unique product on social media sites, and it seems that LEGO fans are very excited about it, so I thought to share it with our readers.
The idea for the Periodic Table of LEGO Colors came from sorting thousands of LEGO pieces in a myriad of colors for the WLWYB BrickLink store and wanting to have a reliable reference, and also because LEGO fans are often confused about the names and availability of some LEGO colors, especially the rare and unusual ones.
The First Periodic Table of LEGO Colors features 70 different colors and 12 different shapes. Each box shows the name of the color, the year of manufacture, and both the official LEGO and BrickLink ID. In addition, each box also features a real LEGO piece that is attached to the Periodic Table, so you can easily identify colors. The overall size of the is 15.7 x 11.8 x 0.6 in / 40 x 30 x 1.5 cm. It would make a nice decoration and useful reference for those who run a BrickLink store, or any LEGO fan who is looking for a unique decoration.
The price of the First Periodic Table of LEGO Colors is $39.95, which is very reasonable. In addition, the store is currently offering 20% off, and free worldwide shipping. If you are interested to get your own, visit WLWYB-Shop.com.
What do you think? How do you like the First Periodic Table of LEGO Colors? Would you find this useful for your own LEGO sorting, storing, and shopping? Or what other system do you use for identifying LEGO colors? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below!
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