What is so special about LEGO?

Molded in a thermoplastic polymer, acrylonitrile butadiene styrene, Legos are known for their durability, which is why you can pull out the 30-year-old Legos stashed in your parents’ basement and, dated color schemes aside, they’ll be the same as they ever were.

Why are Legos so great?

When engaging with LEGO®, children can be as adventurous as they want, allowing them to experiment, test out and build new ideas. Playing with LEGO® is known to have amazing benefits for the development of fine motor skills, developing dexterity and strength in the fingers.

How many LEGO colors are there 2020?

As of version 4.3, LEGO Digital Designer currently has a palette of 41 solid colours, 15 transparent colours (including Phosphorescent Green), 5 metallic colours, and 17 legacy colours.

Why do I like LEGOs so much?

There are many reasons to love LEGO based just on our experience of playing with the toys at home. The toys are high-quality, and the instructions are so easy to follow. While I’m not typically a fan of criticizing competitors, have you ever tried following instructions for generic building bricks?

What is the most expensive Lego set?

The 7 Most Expensive Lego Sets in the World

  • Top 7 Most Expensive Lego Sets in the World. …
  • Taj Mahal #10256 – $369.99. …
  • Roller Coaster #10261 – $379.99. …
  • Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 #42115 – $379.99. …
  • Diagon Alley #75978 – $399.99. …
  • Hogwarts Castle #71043 – $399.99. …
  • Liebherr R 9800 Excavator #42100 – $449.99.
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Lego consumer sales jumped 21% in 2020, the result of a broader product range, e-commerce investments paying off and a surge of growth in China. The Danish toymaker reported revenue for the year that topped 43.7 billion Danish krone, about $6.99 billion, up 13% compared with 2019.

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