Kre-O vs Lego - Which is better?
Kre-O vs Lego - The Battle of the Bricks!
With Hasbro launching its Kre-O transformers line of toys that look eerily similar to Lego, the one question that's brewing on everyone's mind is this - How does Kre-O affect Lego?
Well, Lego is the "Lion King of Building Block Toys" till date. Their quality and attention to detail is legendary in the toy industry, which of course, comes with pretty hefty prices.
And till date, none of the copycats - be it MegaBloks, K'NEX bricks, Best-Lock construction, Click Brick, Cobi, Sluban, or the others have been able to challenge Lego from it's high throne.
But Hasbro's KreO is a worthy competitor.
Will Kre-O dethrone Lego from its lofty throne? Read on.
LEGO is better!
Are you kidding me? You know that Lego is better than any of those cheap "I wanna be Lego" knock-offs, right?
I mean come on!
LEGO is the 900 pound gorilla among building block toys and all that.
Kre-O is better!
To all those nay-sayers who believe that Kre-O is just a cheaper brands of Lego that people buy because they can't afford real LEGOs - come on!
Expensive does not necessarily mean better.
What's important is if your kids are having fun and learning from the toys.
People who have bought and actually used Kreo transformers have been pleasantly surprised that Kre-o sets hold up pretty well when compared to Lego. And it's even better in some respects.
Kre-O vs Lego - You Decide! - What do you think?
Who do you think is better - Kre-O, the new kid on the block or Lego, the grand-daddy of building block toys?
I know that this topic raises some serious discussion from die-hard fans. Please remember that we are discussing about a toy and keep your language kid-friendly.
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Kre-O vs Lego
Competition is a good thing
How Kre-O can make Lego come up with better designs
Let's face it - competition is a good thing.
Even if you are a diehard Lego fan, you have to agree that competition will only be good for Lego.
If there was no competition, Lego would be tempted to jack their prices even higher. For sets that aren't exactly great. And they would be tempted to lower the quality.
We wouldn't want that, would we?
If competition makes Lego try harder to bring better designs to the market, that's good, isn't it?