Monday, October 26, 2015

Brick Genius 1000 Building Bricks Compatible with Lego Review

My kids love to build with things. It started when they were little. Mica loved puzzles, then it moved to Thomas, Polar Express and Team GeoTrax train tracks, then it was CitiBlocs and Twig Building Blocks, and now it's Legos. I just got Brick Genius to review. They are a company that has 1000 building bricks to construct whatever creative minds come up with. 


What I love about Brick Genius is the color variety that they have! They have colors that many Lego sets do not have in a variety set: Yellow, Green, Light Blue, Dark Blue, Purple, Red, Pink, White, Grey and Black. I hardly see the slightly different blues, pink, purple and grey in the Lego sets.

Brick Genius is not affiliated, but are compatible with Legos. They will work with all our other sets.


The cost like any brick building set isn't cheap. It's $79.99, but on sale for $36. That's a $43 savings! You get 1000 bricks: 60 roof pieces, a free brick separator, and lots of bricks! I dislike that the bricks are made in China. Most things are made in China now a days. I love that they fill up the bag, so there is no package waist. It would be nice for beginners to have a case. It comes in a disposable bag. We have bins for this kind of stuff, so that's not a problem for us.


I have not given this set to my boys yet. I have however played with them myself. :) I plan on creating little constructions with the Elf on the Shelf. Soon enough our Elf Brita will have a couch, a bed, and more. Then the boys can keep the bricks. 

This set doesn't come with instructions to build this or that. I kind of like that you can let your imagination take over to create whatever you want.

It's for ages 3 and up. To me the age always depended on if they put things in their mouth, or not. Mica was able to play with this type of toy at age 3, and Isaak was 4 before he could without supervision.

Do you like building things?

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Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for a discounted price in exchange for a review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

4 comments:

Theresa Mahoney said...

This looks like a nice set! Allison likes to build things but gets mad when I tear them down after she just leaves them sitting there untouched after they are complete. If she likes building so much, she should just build it again later lol.

Masshole Mommy said...

Oh fun! My kids love to build with their Legos!

indah nuria Savitri said...

the colors are nice and pretty indeed...I know lego has some, but not as many colors as I want it to be. Good to know it is compatible with lego :)

~ Noelle said...

Yep... the colors are pretty cool. We are trying to stay away from little things like this this year .. more bigger things. Lol

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