You’ve added a laser to your phone – now add lasers to your building blocks

laser-pegs

Laser Pegs are similar to a lot of toy building blocks on the market, but you build lighted creations with these blocks.  Each kit has 72 blocks, and each block has an LED light and low-voltage circuitry; the power supply in the base makes your creations glow with light.  There are a variety of kits that range in price from about $13 to $50.  You can build robots, little Hot Wheels-type cars or fancy drag-racers, or air craft.  There are even licensed MLB and NFL kits.  You can build the featured toy and several other designs with the included blocks.  You can add fun accessories, like letter blocks or even a powered necklace that will turn a block into a lighted “jewel”.  You can even purchase a powered Play Table ($299.99) that comes complete with 150 blocks; you’ll only need to add your imagination.  These would make great holiday gifts for kids of any age or gender.

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  2. Yes! Amazing toy!! These are a blast and your kids will love em’.. Eat my shorts Lego..too boring for kids these days. Check them out if you can. You’ll thank lazer pegs for keeping you kids entertained while stimulating their imagination. Rock on Lazer Pegs!!

    1. They are usually attached to the heads of specially trained sharks and dolphins by crazed men seeking power and world domination. The dolphins and sharks don’t survive the packing and shipping process for the toys, thus rendering the lasers useless. Also Lasers are 100x more expensive then cheap cheap LED’s used in toys, open the manufacturer up to lawsuits and eye injury litigations, also the occasional live shark might make it under the christmas tree, and that is just asking for problems.

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