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T-BRICK: Display Your Toys INSIDE a LEGO

by Paul Strauss
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Do you collect toy cars, minifigs, or other small figures? Check out these awesome miniature display cases I stumbled onto which look like oversize, see-through LEGO bricks.

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The T-BRICK comes from Hong Kong outfit Tiny, who makes their own line of miniatures, and decided they wanted a nice way to display them. Each T-BRICK is stackable just like a LEGO block, so you can create displays of any shape or size, and they offer a hinged back panel for easy access to the toys inside.

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Each transparent acrylic brick measures 100(W) x 50(L) x 67.2(H)mm outside (~3.9″ x 1.97″ x 2.64″) , and 92(W) x 44(L) x 50(H)mm inside (~3.62″ x 1.73″ x 1.97″).

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They’re available in sets of four for 59 Hong Kong Dollars (~$8 USD) or sets of eight for 99 HKD (~$13 USD), so they’re really a bargain – assuming you can get them sent from Hong Kong without spending a ton of shipping.

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