201-piece LEGO® brick set, mixed colors

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BYGGLEK 201-piece LEGO® brick set, mixed colors
BYGGLEK 201-piece LEGO® brick set, mixed colors
BYGGLEK 201-piece LEGO® brick set, mixed colors
BYGGLEK 201-piece LEGO® brick set, mixed colors
BYGGLEK 201-piece LEGO® brick set, mixed colors
BYGGLEK 201-piece LEGO® brick set, mixed colors

We feel that play makes the home and the world better, a belief we share with the LEGO® Group. That’s why we’ve created BYGGLEK together – boxes and bricks that make it easy to play, every day.

Article Number304.557.58

Product details

A package filled with playfulness and 200 LEGO® bricks in different colors, shapes and sizes – and 1 practical tool. Unleash your creativity and start building – the possibilities are endless.

Need some inspiration to get started? Then take a look in the included folder. You’re sure to find ideas in there that will stimulate your playfulness – whether you like furniture, animals or vehicles.

With the included small orange tool, it will be easier to attach and remove those LEGO® bricks that are extra tricky.

Perfect to combine with BYGGLEK boxes with lids. It gives you a smart storage solution that you can also use to build more and bigger – and to display your creations.

Recommended for children 5 years and older.

This product bears the CE mark.

WARNING! CHOKING HAZARD - small parts. Not for children under 3 years of age.

Includes: 200 LEGO bricks in different colours, shapes and sizes plus 1 practical tool.

BYGGLEK boxes with lids are sold separately.

Article Number304.557.58
  • ABS plastic

    Wipe clean with a damp cloth.


    201-piece LEGO® brick setArticle no304.557.58

    Width: 5 ½ " (14 cm)

    Height: 2 ¾ " (7 cm)

    Length: 7 ½ " (19 cm)

    Weight: 9 oz (0.26 kg)

    Package(s): 1

Ratings and reviews

Great toy!FrancesGreat toy!5
It"s Lego it has to be goodPERCYI collect Lego, I haven't opened it.4
Good productLINDAGood product4
My kid loves this set,EmbreeMy kid loves this set, the food was really neat to him.5
Too expensiveUroosToo pricey, not worth it1
Fun setAliciaReally cute set, my daughter loves it. A bit pricey, but all lego is.4
Great starter setBethGreat starter set5
Great Legos, for imaginationJEMILAMy son loved it, because it was different from the usual lego sets. He was able to build different things each time. Great for the imagination.5
Fun!ELIZABETHBought this for my granddaughter, but will have to buy another for her parents to play with! I hope there are many more sets to come…5
We love it! Love thatCRYSTALWe love it! Love that ikea carries lego now! So fun.5
It was an awesome buy,RyanIt was an awesome buy, it's as good as any other lego set but nice because it's different.4
Very unique crossover.STEPHENVery unique crossover.5
Vinter Christmas CollectionSusanRecently purchased several products from the Vinter Christmas Collection. It's the loveliest I have seen from IKEA in years and I'm very pleased with all of the products!5
Lego and Ikea are good togetherRoxieGood value for some quality building bricks5
Lego rocksWayneLego rocks5
Kids love them they wantDaveKids love them they want the storage boxes next visit5
Great ProductEduardoHours of creative time and sharing with a child5
BYGGLEK 201-piece LEGO® brick set, mixed colors

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Function solution

Not just any box

We believe that play makes life at home and the world a little better, and this convinced us to develop BYGGLEK. The idea was to make the storage box a part of play and creativity – instead of hiding it away. When a break is needed, the latest fantastic creation can be admired on the lid of the box. And it’s just as easy to take out the box from where it’s being stored and start building again, even if it’s for a little while before school or bedtime.