Wednesday, December 5, 2012

(2012 Holiday Gift Guide) Laser Pegs Review

My son is obsessed with Legos right now.  His floor is always covered with them and his creations can be seen on his dresser and night stand waiting to be demolished and recreated into something new.  Recently, we were given some Laser Pegs to review and I'm really excited to tell you all about them!  My son is absolutely loving the set he received and has asked for more for Christmas.
Laser Pegs are a great construction set that can be used with your children's building blocks (like Legos)  The amazing thing about these blocks/pegs is that they light up!  You child's creations can now reach a whole new level with Laser Pegs.  They can be used lit up or turned off.  Once one Laser Peg is connected to the power source, it will light up any other peg that it's connected with.  Sam has made some amazing creations and he loves using his Laser Pegs creations as a night light.  These pegs have an amazingly long life expectancy.  I read that the LED lights will run for 100,000 hours - equivalent to 11 years!

More About Laser Pegs:

The national award winning Laser Pegs® is the first unique toy construction set in the world in which each piece feeds the next piece low voltage current. You can design and build any lighted abstract model. Laser Peg® can be used lit up or turned off. Once one Laser Peg is connected to a power source it then illuminates any other peg it is connected with, making this a very creative construction toy set.

Creatively construct our models or design your very own lit up creation. A high quality LED will run about 100,000 hours, which is equivalent to keeping them illuminated non-stop for 11 years. Therefore, each Laser Pegs® piece has a very long life expectancy. The batteries supply the toy models current, however, the length of time is determined by how many Laser Pegs® are attached to the power base. If you have 70 pegs on one base, the batteries will last about half as long compared with 35 pegs.

We suggest you buy an AC/DC power adapter, which is sold on the Accessory Kit web page. This will limit the use of batteries and keep your creations super bright drawing very little electricity!

The Laser Pegs® power base is not sold with a 5-volt AC adapter. We believe that Laser Pegs® brand is the most innovative, creative toy construction set on the market today. Our number one goal is to create a toy culture that will revolutionize the toy building block arena. The Laser Pegs® are compatible with other major building sets.

In 2006 our idea was to make a clear enclosure around a super bright LED that would feed other shapes low voltage current continuously when they were connected to each other. It wasn’t till April 2009 we released the very first set to the global market.

After many years and much trial and error, our goal has been met with the creation of this toy construction set that illuminates. Each piece is made of clear ABS plastic with a small resistor and LED on the inside of the molded shape. Each piece slides perfectly into the next allowing the person using them to create limitless designs. All the product has passed QA testing and won every major toy award in the USA. Laser Pegs were featured in some of the most prestigious stores in the USA and in some pretty amazing museums in other countries!

We have all played with various types of toy construction sets at least once in our lifetime, however with Laser Pegs® for the first time you can truly add light to the subject of playtime. Creative toys are hard to come by, so don't pass up this one. We strive to provide you and your kids with the time of your life using our unique toy set. All of our items have a 90 day guarantee!


You can purchase all of the amazing Laser Pegs toy construction sets exclusively at Target!

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