- Jul 21, 2015
So, let’s start by putting things into context. One of my most vivid childhood memories is lying on a thick shag carpet, watching Battlestar Galactica, and being super frustrated that the clone brand LEGO that my parents had bought for me didn’t have the fine detail I needed to build Colonial Vipers. I remember swearing to myself that if I made it to adulthood, I would buy enough LEGO to fill a room. So, eventually, I did.
@Papa Smurf ^ and they throw in a free polybag with their orders. At the moment, it is a Hidden Side choice of two. Orders over R750 are free. With Lego, this is not difficult.We used the Kiddiwinks online ordering system a few days ago, as soon as we could order non-essentials - worked well.
Agreed. If you are going to mix all your bricks and not keep them separately for each build, then sort by type. Still easy to see different colours once in a containerSorting by colour is the worst possible way to do Lego. Try find a 1x1 black, white or light bluish grey plate or round plate in a pile same colour. I did it for a wee bit and realised just how tedious this can become