My kids get lost for hours playing with their favourite brick sets in the playroom. They’ve build some amazing things over the years and always seem to want more bricks to add to their collection.
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We recently added some super fun light-up bricks to our collection.
Introducing Power Blox by E-Blox, unique bricks that include a battery block and tin-plated blocks to light up any creation with LED lights! The best part? They fit and can connect with all your existing bricks!
We received two sets of Power Blox to try. My kids have had so much fun creating aliens, hearts, and animals with their blocks. They are now starting to mix their E-Blox with their existing building blocks to add light to the houses they build and more.
About Power Blox
There are three categories of E-Blox available now. You can choose from Circuit Blox, Power Blox and Story Blox.
Power Blox sets are great starter sets. Each Power Blox set comes with a battery block and tin-plated blocks.
There are no instructions in the boxes for building ideas which I found refreshing. My kids started creating all kinds of things with their own imagination. We eventually went onto the E Blox website to find some instructions on how to build specific things.
The E-Blox are definitely a tighter fit than other building blocks. The tin-plated blocks can be a bit difficult to take apart but luckily we have a tool that helps with that!
There are numerous sets to collect and the possibilities with these blocks are endless!
My kids really like their E-Blox. I especially like that they connect with other bricks. I like that my kids have to figure out how to connect the bricks correctly to obtain light. E-Blox are a wonderful STEAM toy that I know my kids will enjoy for years to come.
You can purchase E-Blox on the E-Blox website or on Amazon.
To learn more about E-Blox check out:
- The E-Blox website
- Follow E-Blox on Facebook
- Follow E-Blox on Instagram
The team at E-Blox is giving away a Power Blox Light up 3D Starter Kit to one of my lucky readers!
To enter, tell me what you think your child would build with E-Blox and fill out the Raffelcopter form below.
Giveaway runs from Oct 9 – Oct 18, 2019. Giveaway is open to US and Canadian residents. Mandatory question must be answered to be eligible to win. Void where prohibited. See my Terms & Conditions for full giveaway info.
I’d not heard of these before but I did like the sound of them. Congrats Wendy, I’m sure these will be fun to play with.
These are so cool , I think my grandson would make an excavator just like Papa J’s !
My grandson would build robots.
I think my kids would build a light-up car
My grandsons would build a robot!
my son would build robots
My kids would build some robots
My son would build a fire truck or police car with these bocks that light up.
I’m sure my son would want to try to make a dinosaur.
a galactic space ship
the boys love building robots
My grandson would build a castle with super cool E-Blox.
I think my kiddo would build a robot!
My son would probably make a car or truck.
My son would make a spaceship, my daughter would make a castle!
My grandson would build a robot.
my granddaughter would some kind of animals with her power blox
they’d totally build a robot!!
My granddaughter would build some kind of house or castle type building, with my grandson anything is possible, lol
She would build a base for exploring the solar system. She is into stars and the galaxy as this point.
My child loves building with blocks and these would be a fantasic addition to add to building the houses that he loves to build
The Circuit Blox 72 – E-Blox® Circuit Board Building Blocks Toys is cool. You can build a lot of things with all of the awesome items included in the set there is a maze, hand-crank generator,press switch, push-button switch, reed switch, lamp,LEDs, even an alarm.
I think my lil guy would garage!! Thanks!
I think they would make some robots and fireflies.
These are pretty cool, my granddaughter said she would build a castle
my son would build a ship im sure of that