“Founded in 1992, K’NEX Brands, the world’s most innovative construction toy company, was established to make and sell what has become one of the world’s leading integrated construction systems for children. Winner of over 250 international awards and recognitions, K’NEX is America’s Building Toy™ company focused on Building Worlds Kids Love™, and encourages youngsters to “imagine, build and play.” From the living room to the classroom, K’NEX has building toys specially designed for every age group and skill level. The K’NEX family of brands includes K’NEX Building Sets, K’NEX Thrill Rides, K’NEX Education: America’s STEM building solution, Lincoln Logs®, Tinkertoy®, NASCAR®, Angry Birds™, Mario Kart Wii™, Mario Kart 7™, Super Mario™, PacMan™ and more. Since 1992, The Rodon Group®, a subsidiary of K’NEX Brands, L.P., has manufactured over 31 billion parts for the K’NEX building toy system. Join us as we help build the leaders of tomorrow.”
Just recently, I have a wonderful opportunity to review K’NEX newest products for 2014. K’NEX Super Mario 3D World (Cat Mario Building Set), Titanfall (Militia Pilot Attack Building Set), Plants vs Zombies ( Cone Mech Building Set) and K’NEX 35 Model Building Set. Each of these sets brings a new love for building that your children will enjoy for years to come.
K’NEX Super Mario 3D World Cat Mario comes complete with 226 pieces and two limited edition characters that includes a buildable Cat Mario and Mouse. This set is great for children ages 8 and up. This new fun adventure is where Mario battles a Mouse. By using the movable launcher, you can jump around, collect coins, then reach for the pop up goal flag. My 8 year old son is a big Super Mario fan so he was so excited to start building this set. He found it pretty easy to following along with the directions and thought the pop up goal flag was a hoot!
This K’NEX Super Mario 3D World Cat Mario Building Set is valued at $34.99.
K’NEX 35 Model Ultimate Building Set comes with a little bit of everything that you need to make several models. This set comes with instructions and ideas for 35 model designs like trucks, robots, planes and more. My son seen a picture of a swing set located on the box and he instantly started to build it. There wasn’t instructions on how to build it but he used the picture to guide him through it. I couldn’t believe how the swings actually moved back n forth. Awesome model!
With having 475 pieces this treasure chest is an easy way to store your models and pieces. Great for beginners and ages 7 and up.
K’NEX 35 Model Ultimate Building Set retails for $24.99.
K’NEX TitanFall Militia Pilot Attack Building Set is great for one on one combat. Includes 93 pieces with a wrecking ball to create the features of the TitanFall. Includes 2 figures one Militia Pilot and one Spectre. This set is great for ages 8 and up. Being that my son is not too familiar with TitanFall game he found this set pretty interesting. If you previously own a TitanFall collection this would be a perfect addition.
K’NEX Militia Pilot Attack Building Set retails for $12.99.
K’NEX Plants vs Zombies Cone Mech Building Set is a motorized Cone Mech Building Set that defeats the zombies. Just like in the game a buildable Cone Head Mech walks with motorized action. It runs on 2 AA batteries that are not included. This set is ideal for any 7 year and it comes with 114 pieces. My son loves the video game Plants vs Zombies so I knew he would be thrilled with this building set but unfortunately we received the wrong instructions in the box . We actually received the Football Mech instead of the Cone Mech Building Set instructions. So we turned to their website where we could view the instructions.
K’NEX Plants vs Zombies Cone Mech Building Set retails for $16.99.
My son had a blast trying out and building all these new fall products from K’NEX.
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