Lite Wars, Lite Brix – review

Lite Wars, Lite Brix are a great construction toy for children aged 6+ available from retailers from RRP £9.99 to £19.99. We were sent the Slayer Jet vs Captain Bolts Bunker set to try out and review for you.

This Lite Wars, Lite Brix set comes with two bags of bricks, two figures, full colour instructions and a light brick which requires 3 AAA batteries (not supplied). The boy loves construction sets, and this one looks pretty cool so I knew he would enjoy putting it together.

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The instructions are pretty easy to follow, once you understand the highlighted next brick pictures. This pieces were also fairly simple to click together and there was only one piece that the boy couldn’t quite clip in tight. The figures which come complete with light up features are very cool, and the boy has been most impressed with these.

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It took the boy about 30 minutes to finish putting the Lite Wars Hawk vs Lt Blaze set together, and has enjoyed playing with the ship and gun wielding figures. The set is certainly different to other construction sets as you have lite up bricks that flash across the whole space ship. With 3 sets to collect this would be a perfect Christmas gift and something to keep all construction addicts like the boy happy.

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The boy says:

This ship is epic, and I like swapping the little figures over. It stays together well and doesn’t fall apart when I play with it. I think its pretty cool!

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Lite Brix play sets are available for boys and girls and you can find more details here on the Character website. We will certainly be adding Lite Brix, to our Christmas list, and these sets would make a perfect friends Birthday gift.

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Disclaimer, we were sent this product for review our opinions are our own and have not been altered.

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  1. I’m really intrigued by these and how good they are. Obviously LEGO have light bricks, but they’re a rarity and only individual bricks. To seehow it flashes around the build is really interesting. Well done to the boy on the 30 minute build btw! 🙂
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