Decorate your home as you store your LEGO brick collection in this iconic minifigure head! Sorting your LEGO bricks is as easy as 1, 2, 3 - just tip bricks into the top compartment, shake gently, then simply lift each section to reveal sorted LEGO bricks! Your shaking action causes small, medium, and large LEGO bricks to sort into their separate storage compartments. No mess, no hassle - and best of all, kids can do it themselves! An essential gift for any avid builder, the ingenious LEGO Sort and Store is the storage solution that makes clean-up a breeze!
Holds approximately 2lbs of LEGO or 1000 LEGO pieces. Measures approximately 11" in diameter x 12" high.
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Keeps all lego pieces together in one place and looks way more cooler than a simple bucket.
The price is a little high but it is definately a novelty item so it is great for your childs birthday.
A review by Elizabeth from our Beach Store Location. Everyone has felt the frustration of not being able to find the exact lego piece you need to complete the awesome, super cool, car no? This Lego Head takes away all the hassel. Everytime you are done playing you put the lego pieces in the head, give it a really good shake and the small pieces fall to the bottom while the large and medium ones fall to their respectable trays. Now that all the pieces are sorted, when you need one of a specific size, you take out the trays and there it is. Parents love it because it makes clean up fun and a breeze. A must have for any lego builder. Now you have found your perfect piece go finish your awesome, super cool car.
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