The 60 Years of the LEGO Brick milestone anniversary is as good as on for the entirety of 2018, with a number of commemorative sets being released. You need only look at the quick selling out of Walmart’s classic sets to know how popular they are.
Not all LEGO 60th anniversary products are in boxes, however. There are some that come in polybags. If you recall, we reported some time in December that among the polybags to be released in 2018, one in particular will be released to mark the LEGO brick’s 60th anniversary. If you are a LEGO completionist and wish to collect of all of LEGO’s commemorative anniversary sets and not just the larger ones, then you will definitely wouldn’t want to miss out on the LEGO Robot and Vehicle Free Builds (30499) polybag. Frankly, there’s nothing fancy in particular about this polybag coming in at 56 random LEGO pieces. Like the larger sets within its anniversary theme, the simple offering of this polybag encourages builders to think creatively and come up with their own creations.
If you wish to grab hold of this collectible, then you’ll be glad to know that the LEGO Robot and Vehicle Free Builds (30499) polybag can now be found in Walmart branches, as well as stores in LEGOLAND and LEGOLAND Discovery Centers. Like I said just now, this polybag is more a random jumble of building elements, although the polybag also comes with instructions to construct a basic, miniaturized robot and vehicle builds.
This 56-piece LEGO polybag is a great basic build for starter LEGO fans, perfect for imagination-fueled construction due to its simplicity. It’s an awesome and affordable way to get newbies into LEGO on the year of its 60th brick anniversary celebration.