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[Amazon.ca] Mega Construx Pokemon Kanto Partners $10

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[Amazon.ca] Mega Construx Pokemon Kanto Partners $10

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Lol this has to be the worst pokemon product on the market, like why would you contract this kind of thing to to a no name company instead of lego??
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xtremeguy wrote: Lol this has to be the worst pokemon product on the market, like why would you contract this kind of thing to to a no name company instead of lego??
My daughter loves these things. If it was Lego it would be a deal at $50
That's 30 minutes away, I'll be there in 10.
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Oh neat! These go for $8 a pop solo so this is good deal
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xtremeguy wrote: Lol this has to be the worst pokemon product on the market, like why would you contract this kind of thing to to a no name company instead of lego??
I think Mega Construx is owned by Mega Bloks, which is a Canadian company. It's not a no name company tbh. Growing up, the only two building block brands I know are basically LEGO, and MEGA.
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xtremeguy wrote: Lol this has to be the worst pokemon product on the market, like why would you contract this kind of thing to to a no name company instead of lego??
Mega Blox is no name? Wut? I have Mega Blox from decades ago.
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xtremeguy wrote: Lol this has to be the worst pokemon product on the market, like why would you contract this kind of thing to to a no name company instead of lego??
Kids don't usually care about brands as much as adults. All they care is how fun the toy is.
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AlicW93740 wrote: Kids don't usually care about brands as much as adults. All they care is how fun the toy is.
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I've bought these for a DIY lego advent calendar last year as it really made it easy to split it up and give out a build a day.
Definitely worth it for 10 - that's 5 sets for 2 each - dollarama prices essentially.
The piece quality is not as good as lego and they have these weird pieces that make the animals look more real but they don't really work anywhere else.
My kids - who love pokemon - played with it for the day, left it on the shelf and went back to their kiddie pool full of lego. They still play with the pokeball though.

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