Lego Key Light Keyring Reviews
Product Type: Re:creation Group Plc Novelty Toy
Description:Manufacturer: Re:creation Group Plc / Type : Lego mini-figure Key light Keyring
Newest Review: ... he's much bigger than that at around 7cm high, 3cm wide. If you use him as a keyring, he probably won't fit fantastically in ... more
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Customer Lego Key Light Keyring Reviews (8)
by - written on 18/10/12 (Very useful, 61 readings)
We're a big fan of Lego in our household, so we were delighted when Lego started branching out and producing lots of new Lego branded merchandise a few years ago. One of our first Lego branded gadgets was this incredibly cute key ring. Based on the ever-popular Lego mini-figures, this Lego man is around twice the size of his usual counterparts but every bit as endearing, although this is not intended to come apart in the same way that a 'normal' Lego figure would do. The arms and legs are movable, however, so the little lad does have some appeal as a novelty toy as well as being a practical device. I tend to find Lego products, especially the merchandise and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/01/10 (Very useful, 65 readings)
The Lego Key Light Keyring came out just recently, and is surprisingly reasonably priced! You can expect to pay up to £7 for a standard Lego minifig keyring, yet this adorable little guy complete with working lights costs only £4.99! It's £4.99 if you buy it in store at Toys R Us, but if you buy it online, everywhere seems to have priced it at £5.99, including Amazon. That's still a pretty fair price for this though. Inside the smart little packaging you'll find a little Lego minifigure who is about twice the size of a standard minifig. He's been made in perfect proportions, and looks like he'd be right at home living in a little Lego house or driving ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/04/13, updated on 29/04/13 (Very useful, 41 readings)
I bought the mini Lego Man keyring as a stocking filler for my husband a couple of years ago. I bought it as a bit of a joke if I'm honest, I didn't think it would ever have got used as much as it has done. I ordered it from Play.com but I can't remember the exact price I paid, I'm sure it was around £4.99. Amazon charge £5.99 for him currently, but I've seen him in other stores too since we've had ours. From looking on Amazon today for a price, it seems they also make a bigger sized lego man torch that is slightly different in colour. The one we have is the mini version and looks just like the picture shown here. He comes boxed so he was a great choice as an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/10/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
When it comes to novelty things I am a bit of a sucker I have to admit. Most I love for the first week and are never seen again I have to admit but they are fun whilst they last. This is one of many novelty purchases it comes in the form of a lego man keyring with light, obviously an essential item for all, it can be purchased from Amazon for around £6. The lego man himself is made from plastic and takes the exact same form as the lego man that people play with with lego sets only its twice the normal size this one is 7cm tall. He does however have the same funny little little head which moves, and claw like hands on arms which move and moveable legs and he is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/06/10 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Now I remember glow in the dark Lego, but light up Lego is a whole new ball game. Imagine having a little man who lights up whenever you press his tummy. That is the concept behind this action figure. He is similar in terms of looks to Lego people, but is double the size and also has a big bit of metal attached to him, which means you can use him as a key fob. You could also include him on a standard game of Lego, maybe have him as a giant who has invaded the village and is going to stomp over everyone! The man has a blue boiler suit on with a Lego logo on it. The colours are bright and appealing, though they do like a bit too basic. A little articulation on ... Read the complete review
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