Wed, March 30, 2011, 22:24 2 Comments
I guess most of my fellow AFOLs in Singapore have been busy hunting minifig series 4. I actually haven’t had time to get any, so that’s a to-do this weekend…
Anyway, taking a break to share some LEGO news that I found interesting.
Toys N Bricks shares a pic of 21009 Farnsworth House taken from the LEGO website. You can read more from: http://toysnbricks.com/home/21009-official-picture/
2. Groupon deal: $15 worth of eBay purchase for $7
Toys N Bricks also shared this great deal from Groupon for eBay. Only valid till end of the month so don’t wait if you want to get some stuff from eBay k? Before you run off to try and get a few dozen Groupons, take note that it’s limited to 1 per person and 1 per order. Click here to buy this groupon.
3. Update on charity auction organised by TBB
The Brothers Brick showcases some great donations. Personally I found these 2 to be the most interesting. There are many other great creations you can see from here. Note that shipping is free.
Btw, the ship is 3 metres long! Do read more from TBB here: http://www.brothers-brick.com/2011/03/28/bricks-helping-japan-update/
Killyrbf shares info on Sean Kenney’s Cool City. Looks to have some nice city pics but at only 32 pages, I wonder if it’s worth getting? Think I’ll hold out till Oct and see if anyone does a book review. You can read more about the book from Killyrbf’s blog: http://killyrbf.blogspot.com/2011/03/build-me-city.html
The japanese idea book I mentioned previously is great btw. Thanks to Jonathan who helped to get from Japan. 🙂
ToyNews reports on yet another new LEGO licensed product. Worlds Apart has tied up with TLG to create a 3 in 1 Go Glow Light that consists of a rechargeable night light, torch with colour change disk and an interchangeable Lego Minifigure.
Those who have kids may be familiar with this product. I’ve actually handled/played with (?) a Go Glow Light cos my niece and nephew have one. Think it’s not a bad idea – soft induction to the world of LEGO ‘poison’ for your young one perhaps?
Drawback tho? Nothing for girls AGAIN. Geez… I’m sure it doesn’t take a genius to do a pink version with a nice fairy minifig right? (Like the one from the keychain). Who knows, if TLG provides unique minifigs to Worlds Apart, they’ll even get some cross-over sales from AFOLs who must get hold of those minifigs. Then again, a wider range is expected next year so there is still hope.