The LEGO Black Friday sales and deals are still running at the Online LEGO Shop and today is the last day to take advantage of them. LEGO added a dedicated landing page for all theLEGO Black Friday/ Cyber Monday Deals. This page is continually updated with all available sales and offers and is a great place to check out all the promotions in one place. Visit the LEGO Black Friday Deals Page at the Online LEGO Shop.
Today, I also wanted to highlight the special holiday offerings and new products from some of the best LEGO customizers. These small shops offer specialty LEGO-compatible minifig accessories, custom printed elements, and more. If you want something truly unique for the holidays, I highly recommend checking them out.
LEGO customizer EclipseGRAFX has a new line of holiday-themed printed 2×6 tiles and even large 8×16 stud printed billboards that you can add to your LEGO city. They also carry some highly detailed printed minifigures as well as printed BrickArms accessories. You can find all their products at EclipseBricks.com.
BrickWarriors has some amazing new fully printed templar knights and gladiators with custom armor pieces and weapons. They also carry some beautiful overmoulded modern and classic weapons (moulded with more than one color instead of printed, which give the item durability). You can find all their products at BrickWarriors.com.
CitizenBrick is another customizer with highly detailed minifigures, minifigure parts, and accessories. They have some unusual designs that you don’t see anywhere else, so check them out at CitizenBrick.com.
BrickForge is one of the first customizers that offered custom moulded elements. They still carry many of their classic accessories, which now also come in printed versions. Take a look a their full selection at BrickForge.com.
Another early well-known customizer is BrickArms. They still produce highly detailed and historically accurate weapons and accessories for minifigures, but they no longer sells their products directly. Instead, you can purchase their products through a list of authorized retailers that you can find at this page at BrickArms.com.
I’m very familiar with the items of these LEGO customizers as I use them myself. And always highly recommend them to others. When LEGO only made basic accessories and limited printed parts, LEGO customization was a thriving and well-appreciated niche within the hobby.
These days, LEGO offers a much greater variety of minifigure accessories, and they print their minifigs with a lot more detail, thus many LEGO customizer shops disappeared from the market. However, there are still some that are able to offer unique products that can’t be found anywhere else. And because the technology to make custom items also greatly improved they can offer products that matches LEGO’s quality in every way. And while you enjoy their products, you also know that you’re supporting the small businesses of talented artists and artisans.
So take a look around the world of LEGO customization and feel free to share which unique items you like and collect!