Nanoblock, 3D structures in the palm of your hand - review

As kids get older, the challenge to build an amazing creation grows. While kids might think a design that fills an entire room is fabulous, parents might beg to differ. While large structures are impressive, attention to the smallest detail requires finesse. Nanoblock requires skill, patience and the precision to build small.

Nanoblock is micro-sized building block. While the pieces may be small, the attention to detail is great. These 3D models adhere to the smallest details. The finished product can fit perfectly in the palm of your hand.

With these micro-sized building blocks, 3D models take shape right beneath your fingers. Since the blocks are quite small, this set requires patience and attention to detail. I would recommend a quite, clean space to work. Also, nimble fingers are an asset.

The P-51 Mustang has over 480 assorted pieces. Even with all these pieces, the finished details is quite astounding. The finished size is   H: 6.25"w x 7.28"d x 4.3"h”. This plane can fit in the palm of your hand.

An American fighter plane, the P-51 Mustang was a single-seat aircraft used in World War II and the Korean War. It was considered one of the most efficient fighters used in World War II. Today there are nearly 300 P-51 Mustangs left in the world and over half of them are still airworthy.

This set includes detailed color instructions. With the small pieces and extreme detail, it is not intended for children under 8 years old. Please consider your child and his competence in building when considering this toy. 

The Nanoblock P-51 Mustang retails for $49.99. 

Nanoblock can be purchased online at the Ohio Art website, at Toys R Us and at other retailers. 

Disclosure: I received this item to review. All opinions are my own. 

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