Prextex 48 Piece Dinosaur Paradise Building Blocks Set Mighty Dinosaur Blocks Brick Building Set Compatible with All Major Brands Dinosaur Toys
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- 48 Piece Prextex Dinosaure Paradise Building Blocks Set
- Includes Bullding Blocks To Create Your Own Vehicles And Dinosaure Toys To Create Your Own Dinosaure Jungle
- Made Simple So Every Child Can Be Creative In His/Her Own Way
- Safety: Round Corners For Protection, Wear Resistant, Odorless, High Temperature Resistant Plastic ,
- Pewrfect Toy For Kids Of All Ages Compatible With All Major Brands
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But this set is pretty good for being so much cheaper in cost than Duplo. Are the pieces as good as Duplo? No of course not, the plastic is a little cheaper feeling, but for what it is its not bad. I'd be a little skeptical of the plastic if you have a kid who puts things in their mouths (Im sure Lego has a little more "quality control" when it comes to what their blocks are made of).
But for how expensive just one Dinosaur and some pieces are from Duplo compared to getting 5 here. the sets pretty cool, a little odd that you get 2 different kinds of cars - yet no people? And you'd think you'd get a caveman (not that they were around when dino's were either), but a modern car? Are they trying to emulate the Jurassic Park set perhaps? But I have to buy a Duplo guy now to have someone for the car - 2 1/2 year old wont let that sit :)
He loves the dinosaurs, they do fit fine with the Duplos, they are a little harder to put on, and as other reviewers said the tree tops and vines are hard to put on for my 2 1/2 year old nephew so I'm constantly putting them on for him - its annoying. But do you really need the tree tops? I'm going to try a generic set of like 100 blocks next, Duplo is just so expensive you cant afford to build like a regular house with how few bricks they give. And the regular square and rectangle blocks are 100% seem fine, kid wont know the difference. -- Id be happy/confident to buy "generic" blocks again.