I received a Lux Blox set in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion.

For generations, building blocks have been a favorite with kids of all ages. They love creating different things with blocks, even my 18 months old loves playing with the extra-large baby blocks.

Gone are the days when blocks were square or rectangular in shape, allowing kids to build castles or any other building they could dream up. Since the production of Lux blocks, users can create things that were not even imaginable with traditional blocks. With Lux blox, the sky is the limit!

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What are Lux Blox?

Lux Blocks are what the future of blocks will look like!

Lux Blox are the creation of artist/inventor Michael Acerra. The blocks have revolutionized block construction with the combination of the latest technologies and natural design principles. This allows users to create anything including movable creations as well.

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These blocks feature a unique, patent-pending snap and lock hinge system that allows you to create structures that flex, twist, and, turn while retaining strength and stability. Your kids can create pieces unlike anything they created before and can actually integrate these pieces to their pretend play time.

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The sets are available in 4 different sizes starting with the 88 piece set which retails for $29.99 to a classroom value pack with 900 pieces which retails for $199.95.

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Obviously, the more pieces, the more possibilities, but you can always start with a smaller set and then add another set as you fall in love with Lux Blox! The 200 piece set retails for $69.99 and you can have a lot of fun with this size set.

A Great concept with amazing possibilities kids will love to have this holiday season!

Disclosure:
The product(s) provided for the review were sent to me free of charge from the company or the PR agency. I did  compensation for this review. My opinions are my own and not by any means influenced by any other part. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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