LEGO Periodic Table of Colours Version 2 Review

After taking a look at The Periodic Table of LEGO® Colours are a few weeks ago, the company behind this unique brick-themed has been in touch about the updated second version as well as providing a special discount code. Similar to the first version, The Periodic Table of LEGO Colours V2 features the number of LEGO elements divided into colours, in the style of the chemical Periodic Table. It features 65 different colours and 12 different shapes of pieces that show the wealth of smaller LEGO elements.

LEGO Periodic Table of Colours Version 2 Review

LEGO Periodic Table of Colours Version 2 Review

Each entry contains the name of the colour, the year it was introduced and both the LEGO and Bricklink ID numbers. Which can be matched up to the legend on the right-hand side of the table. In addition to this, the updated version also shows how many sets that particular colour has been featured in. The colour scheme of the table and the design is tweaked compared to the first version. The colours used for the background now a little more muted. The layout of the elements has also been rearranged.

LEGO Periodic Table of Colours Version 2 Review

LEGO Periodic Table of Colours Version 2 Review

The table is printed on high-quality boarded material and measures 40cm x 30cm x 1.5 cm, the same as the original version. It’s a great size to be hung on a wall with the hook on the back. With the LEGO elements securely fixed to each of the sections of the table. It looks very much like the traditional Periodic Table. It’s certainly a cool product and a unique gift for any LEGO fan.

LEGO Periodic Table of Colours Version 2 Review

It’s certainly not an extensive guide to every single LEGO element colour ever created but it is a fun piece to add a little colour to your wall. This new version of the Periodic Table of LEGO Colours is available now from WLWYB and you can get 10% off your order by using the code ‘BricksFanz’ at the checkout, the code will be active until next Sunday, order yours right here. The product was provided for free for the purposes of review by WLWYB, this product is not an official LEGO branded product.

LEGO Periodic Table of Colours Version 2 Review

LEGO Periodic Table of Colours Version 2 Review

Author: Adam White

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