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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Laser Pegs Review

My son loves playing with construction sets. His room is full of large blocks, small blocks, round, square...you get the picture! So when I received a box of Laser Pegs for review, I knew he was going to love them.

National award winning Laser Pegs are the worlds only lighted construction set. Laser Pegs use a high quality LED that will run about 100,000 hours. Each piece, when connected with another, feeds the next piece a low voltage current. Laser Pegs come in different shapes which include square, wheel, straight, 90 degree, and Y shaped. With so many different shapes and pieces, kids will be able to make their own unique creations.

I received the Laser Pegs "Mini Monster Bug" kit for review. My kit included 36 assorted Laser Pegs shapes and a power unit and cord. My sons eyes lit up as soon as he seen the box and he kept asking if they were his. He couldn't wait to start playing with them.

The pieces are clear and plastic and connect easily together. When they are connected to the power unit they light up brightly. I like that the set came with directions on how to make several different creations such as a dune racer, peg laser gun, and power sword. Of course, since my son is a huge Star Wars fan, he made a "light saber" right away. It looked really cool especially once it was lit up.

I think Laser Pegs are a pretty neat and my son really liked them too. With the holidays just around the corner I think Laser Pegs would make a pretty unique and fun gift!

Disclaimer: I received the product mentioned above for review purposes only. No monetary compensation was given and all opinions are my own.


Vicky

5 comments:

  1. those look really cool. I think my kids would have fun with them!

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  2. These are really neat! May have to look into getting some for my boys for Christmas.

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  3. I have never heard of these before.. how cool! MY 14 y/o loves to mess with things like this.. the fact that they glow makes them even more enjoyable!

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  4. awesome! light brite meets legos! that's a lot of fun- and you can find them in the dark, LOL

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