Lego, has it right. Instead of trying to guess what kits its customers want, they’re allowing them to pitch their own projects and if they get enough support the kits are brought in front of a review board for final consideration. One such project is a Lego 1969 Chevrolet Corvette ($TBA). The detail in this kit is amazing. From the working doors, to the interior cockpit and engine compartment. In order for a kit to make it to the review board a total of 10,000 supporters are required. This project currently has 3549 supporters with 344 days left. Help Dave, the project creator, out and head over to the Lego Ideas website and shoot him a vote so we can make this kit a reality. Mine is on the way.
Taking memories of childhood games, the TOPS Slingshot ($100) is a jovial way to relive simpler times. This specially crafted slingshot celebrates the childish admiration for fun and excitement. It was designed to emulate the handmade slingshots carved by young adventures. It measures just over six inches and weighs just under 7 ounces. It features ...[Read More]