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laser pegs October 22, 2014 at 9:08 AM

Hi Admins!
I work at Laser Pegs. I see your site is very resourceful and you talk about several different “construction blocks” brands. Have you had any experience with Laser Pegs? We’ve come a long way in 8 years and would love for you to check our products out.
From officially licensed National Geographic kits, to Major League Baseball model kits to the zippy do kits, we’ve got a huge variety of themes and models. The best part? With all of our kits we give you instructions on building MULTIPLE models. Yes, each kit comes with one set of instructions to build the “main” model, then you go to the site and download (pdf) the manuals for any other model you want to build from that kit or design your own!
Have a look, give us a shot. We’ll light up your life!
Laser Pegs Web Team


admin October 22, 2014 at 9:43 AM

Tim, you are welcome to send me some samples and I can write a review. Please note that LEGO fans are pretty picky, so unless your product is top notch and compatible with LEGO, we may not be too enthusiastic. Anyway, if you feel like your products would meet LEGO fans expectations, I don’t mind reviewing them.


laser pegs October 22, 2014 at 1:37 PM

Thank you for getting back with us so quickly!
We would love to send you a couple sets to check out.
Of course they are compatible with Lego and the other sets. We feel we compliment their kits and they, ours.
We have several “lines”, from the clear bricks/plates and laser pegs kits:
These also include the 3d Liteboard Kits:

Then we have the Officially Licensed National Geographic kits:

The Mobile Power Source kits have tinted bricks and plates and are great for building on the go:

The Power Block kits have a large powerbase as part of the actual models, also include tinted bricks and plates:

The Runners kits are fun for kids to build, race, crash and rebuild!

The Zippy Do 3 in 1 is a child favorite:

We expanded on the Zippy Do power base and made more kits utilizing it:

Please, have a look at the entire lineup,
Let me know which ones you want and your address and we’ll get them out to you asap!
Thank you, again, for your time and consideration.
Laser Pegs


laser pegs October 22, 2014 at 1:39 PM

I apologize. I didn’t mean “a couple sets”, we’ll happily send you a set with each powerbase.
These are the powerbases:


admin October 22, 2014 at 2:06 PM

Tim, I sent you a PM with where you can send review copies. Just send whatever you feel would work best for LEGO fans and what your company is most proud of. ;)


laser pegs October 22, 2014 at 5:39 PM

Ok, that’s awesome!
Here’s what I’ve put the request in to send to you: This is our Spider, World of Bug themed kit. Build over 16 light up models in 1 kit. MPS Series Cars kit. Build over 4 light up models in 1 kit. Car Runners Series kit. Build over 8 motorized, light up construction models in 1 kit. Zippy Do Planes series kit. Build over 6 light up models in 1 kit.
This is a great power base for the Laser Pegs. You can create ever evolving Art and hang it on the wall! You can also build and display this as it is and keep all your Laser Pegs and other bricks in the green tub!
All of our kits are Lego and all other similar “bricks”, “blocks” and “plates” friendly!
Please, let me know immediately if you have any questions, comments or issues.
I will have tracking number for you tomorrow.
Thank you again!
Laser Pegs Team


admin October 22, 2014 at 7:35 PM

Tim, you can also email me your press kit with details, high-res images, and whatever else you have. :)


laser pegs October 27, 2014 at 4:34 PM

I trust you received the Laser Pegs when you arrived home, Friday.
We hope you and yours enjoyed them.
I’m working on getting the press kit over to you asap. We’re transitioning to the 2015 marketing materials, but you can see our full catalog at our site and and the new peg heads fun catalog with pricing here:


admin October 27, 2014 at 6:20 PM

Yep, I got them. I was out of town for the weekend, but I should have a chance to play with them this week. :)


laser pegs October 27, 2014 at 4:35 PM

If you let me know what you want/need specifically, I will send it over to you.
As for hires images, tell me what you want and I’ll send you a drop box link.


Dan October 29, 2014 at 4:20 AM

Dear Admins,

I spend two month designing and building Amsterdam style Canal House, and now I added it to Lego Ideas with detail description of all the historic and architectural features:

So pls take a look and, If you like it, post some news in your blog.

Many Thanks,

Best wishes,



admin October 29, 2014 at 9:38 AM

Dan, nicely done, thanks for sharing. I can certainly feature this. Is there a picture next to the other modulars that looks straigh on the buildings?


Jason November 27, 2014 at 4:29 AM
Jason November 27, 2014 at 4:30 AM

Sorry, posted on the wrong website. My bad.


admin November 27, 2014 at 10:49 AM

Jason, I’m a blogger, I don’t sell minifigs. The article clearly mentioned where to get them. ;)


Debby December 10, 2014 at 1:10 AM

HI!! Have a question for you. I am looking for a snoopy/Woodstock kit for a Christmas gift. I understand Lego does not have a licescense with them. I did find the nanoblock snoopy kit but it appears the only way to order that is overseas, and I need by Christmas. Any information would be appreciated!!!Thank you Debby


admin December 10, 2014 at 9:56 AM

Debby, Toys’R’Us carries a good selection of Nanoblock kits. An if you know the Nanoblock set number you can also try searching eBay, where you can sometimes find items that are not available from retailers. Please note that Nanoblock is not really kid-friendly and is more meant for adults and modelers. Good luck in your search!


prophetm January 3, 2015 at 12:32 AM

Requesting help to build the Disney castle. Never really worked with LEGOs before but my daughter is really interested in it, so I have questions:

1. any guess how many and what types of tiles to use?
2. has anyone ever built it before and have any design plans?
3. What is the best way to start?

Any help would be appreciated!!!


admin January 3, 2015 at 10:34 AM

That sounds like an awesome project! I’m not sure what you mean by tiles. Do you mean baseplates to build on? That depends on how big you want to build the castle and what is your budget. People have done some really nice custom Disney Castles, however I don’t know anyone who would have gone through the trouble of producing instructions – it is a lot of work. However you can browse Google Images to find inspiration from Disney Castles others have built.

The easiest and cheapest way to start working on your castle is to purchase one of the LEGO Disney Castle sets, and start expanding on it. Perhaps you even want to get two, so you have extra elements to work with. You can find all the LEGO Disney sets here: LEGO Disney sets at the Online LEGO Shop

Hope this helps, and let me know if you have any other questions. :)


GavT January 7, 2015 at 2:41 PM

Hey guys, I made a LEGO DUPLO train set video you might enjoy. Made with my kids help over the Christmas break, inspired us to start a Youtube channel too.


admin January 7, 2015 at 2:53 PM

Cute! Thanks for sharing! :P


bilge January 26, 2015 at 3:17 PM

I saw this unique concept 1+1=1 on a liquid iron transporting wagon alias “torpedo wagon”. Its worth to share with lego fans, train fans and people open for new concepts in your blog.
2x same set, build the huge one :) cool for brothers/sisters.
check this out:

I’m supporting this, and hoping more will do. Looks promising.

thanks for reading,


Shirley Littleton January 31, 2015 at 10:07 PM

How long does it take to receive to light up base?


admin January 31, 2015 at 10:08 PM

Shirley, what do you mean?


Vinnie February 4, 2015 at 10:13 PM

Hello! I just came across your amazing website today and just wanted to express my gratitude. Clearly this site is lovingly maintained and contributed to by those passionate about Lego. I am a 44 year old rediscovering my childhood love for Lego and your site is almost like a museum, there is so much to see and read! In an Internet that is over-flowing with “things”, I very much appreciate such a fun, friendly site dedicated to one of the most amazing toys/creative tools/exploration sets/insert-your-adjective-here. :-) Fantastic job!


admin February 5, 2015 at 11:33 AM

Vinnie, thanks for the kind words. Hope you will continue to have fun looking around. You are also welcome to participate in the discussions, subscribe to updates, ask questions, share your own insights, etc. We are a friendly and open community made up of nice people who are discovering or re-discovering the LEGO hobby, like yourself. Play well! :)


Coz February 5, 2015 at 9:12 AM

LEGO Dr. Who!!!!!!

BBC Worldwide and LEGO® have announced a deal to produce a range of Doctor Who Lego, based around a proposal made by fan Andrew Clark last year:

The 12th Doctor – Lego Concept (® 2015 The LEGO Group)Doctor Who and LEGO® fans around the world received exciting news today as The LEGO Group announced that it would be producing a LEGO Doctor Who set.

The concept for a Doctor Who set came from the LEGO® IDEAS website where fans can submit ideas for a set and vote for their favourite idea to be produced.

Doctor Who began in 1963 on BBC Television and is the world’s longest running sci-fi drama. Starring Peter Capaldi as the Doctor and Jenna Coleman as his companion, the hit BBC One show has become a global phenomenon with a loyal and passionate fan base.

The Doctor Who concept from fan Andrew Clark received the 10,000 votes requisite for The LEGO Group to consider it for production.

A licensing agreement between BBC Worldwide and The LEGO Group will see the new set available in all of The LEGO Group’s key markets before the end of the year.

Andrew’s winning design featured a range of Doctors, companions and monsters across the show’s history, but fans will have to wait until later this year to discover what will be produced.

Marcus Arthur, MD of BBC Worldwide UK said:
Both Doctor Who and LEGO enjoy a particularly close relationship with their fans and I can’t wait to see what LEGO produce.
Emma Owen, UK spokesperson for LEGO Ideas commented:
We’re extremely excited to announce that a Doctor Who and a WALL-E set will be released as our next LEGO Ideas fan based sets, congratulations to the designers Andrew Clark and Angus MacLane!

After receiving over 10,000 votes from the online community and having gone through rigorous toy testing from our expert panel, these awesome sets are on track to be on shelves later this year. The final set designs, pricing and availability are being worked out as we speak, so watch this space for the final details!


admin February 5, 2015 at 11:40 AM

Yea, we will talk about these on Monday. I already put together an article based on the announcement, however Monday was the first open slot I could squeeze it in. We can discuss and analyze the sets at that time, so please stay tuned. Would love to hear your opinion! :)


sergey February 14, 2015 at 8:07 PM

Hello, I created an exclusive course how to make money with legos can you please take this course and if you like it feature it for your subscribers I will give you free access to check it out and huge discount to your subscribers thank you so much. Free coupon will be given in a personal email as I am not sure if I press submit where this will end up thanks.


admin February 14, 2015 at 9:45 PM

Sergey, sure you can email me and I will check it out. :)


Jon Poate February 17, 2015 at 4:38 PM

Hi, I’m looking for some help with a box of lego advertising proofs and designs from a company called Mako in North Wales. I have pictures here

I’m finding it hard to find the right place to find someone interested as it’s not actually pieces of lego.

Any help or advice appreciated.


admin February 17, 2015 at 4:42 PM

Jon, hm… I think collectors would be very interested in these. I would suggest mentioning them on the forum and the forum. Both are full of older LEGO fans and collectors who love stuff like these. If you need more help just let me know, but that’s what I would do first. :)


Ania Gray February 18, 2015 at 4:50 PM


My name is Ania; I work for LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester.

We have a monthly event for Adult Fans of LEGO, in which we call AFOL Nights :)

Each month (the 1st Thursday of each month) we have a different theme and we have really cool LEGO games and prizes- while guests get to enjoy the center!

Is this something your readers might be interested in? We are located in Westchester NY- in Yonkers.

Thanks and I look forward to hearing back!


admin February 18, 2015 at 6:10 PM

Ania, nice to meet ya! We are aware of AFOL nights at Discovery Centers. Our readership is mostly in the USA, however next time we publish any article on Discovery Centers we can mention AFOL nights in general, so readers can check with their local Discovery Center. :)


Andy at March 14, 2015 at 11:26 AM

I just wanted to tell everyone about BrickMagic in Concord (near Charlotte), North Carolina, USA. It is organized by Joe Meno, the editor of Brick Journal magazine. I will be there, displaying and can’t wait! May 7-8 is the adult convention and to setup, and May 9-10 is open to the public. Register as an AFOL to display your MOCs, win prizes, and participate in games.
Please spread the word and share this post. It will be a big event, with people from all over the US.


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