As I reported in my last post, I was given a nanoblock kit that was purchased at Dollarama. Today was the day I decided to make it. I undertook this task as I had quite a few free minutes. It took hardly any time at all.
At 110 pieces, this is among the smallest kits I have built. A quick perusal of the instructions revealed it to be a rather straightforward build.
Here’s what comes inside the kit
I am not a huge Hello Kitty fan, but I like that there are many different things you can build. The product should appeal to many people and since there are a large number of Hello Kitty fans, it only makes sense.
It seemed to have turned out well and there were quite a few leftover pieces to go into a future build.
Can you believe it? Nanoblocks at the dollar store?
I was rather sceptical myself, I thought that it might be untrue, but here is the photographic evidence. After getting them, I was curious as to how they ended up at the dollar store. Maybe they were fake? Maybe the package had a misprint? I have checked the package out and everything seems legit….if you spot something let me know?
That would be pretty cool if I could get a bunch of sets for cheap at the dollar store and build something else. We will have to see. I checked my Dollarama, but there weren’t any there. I asked the person who bought them for me, but she said they only had that model and only at that particular Dollarama.
I don’t know what to make of it, but I am curious. I would love to hear your thoughts on this one.