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Lego is a line of construction toys manufactured and marketed by The Lego Group. Pixmania provides you with a wide range of Lego toys for various age groups.
The evolution of Lego
Lego is one of the most innovative toys in the of the history that let people of all age groups unfold their imagination and create wonders out of blocks. It consists of connecting bricks and various other parts that let you construct models of vehicles, buildings, etc. Lego started with wooden plaything over a century ago and gradually entered the market of plastic building blocks and are now one of the oldest manufacturers of plastic toys in the world. Lego toys offer much more diversity with the products, types of pieces and ranges as compared to its peers.
Lego for all ages.
Lego Duplo is created for toddlers or small children in the age group 1 to 5 years. It consists of bricks that are larger in size than the traditional bricks so they are easier to handle and have minimum risk of being swallowed by small children. Lego Classic is the standard version of blocks that are designed for anyone more than 7 years of age. They have standard-sized bricks along with other parts like wheels etc. to make different stuff. Lego Friends is a set of building blocks that are designed to appeal girls of various age groups. They consist of mini-doll figures that are more detailed and realistic than the standard figures. These sets include pieces that are based around pink and purple colour schemes. Lego Technic consists of interconnecting plastic rods and parts in addition with the standard building blocks. They are designed to allow children of higher age group, the pre-teens, to create more complex objects like detailed vehicles, machines with wheels etc. Lego Prestige is the only series that is particularly based for adults. It lets you design complex objects like models of vehicles and spaceships.
Discover Lego licenses
Lego takes up licenses of various cartoon or movies to design toys around that theme. They have a wide variety of themes whose licenses are owned by them. These themes include Star Wars, Disney Cars, Lord Of The Rings, Marvel and DC Super Heroes, The Hobbit, Ninja Turtles, SpongeBob, and a lot more.