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Win a K'NEX 52 Model Building Set Tub

Don’t let the word KID on the side put you off this is a prize for everyone over 7 and I’ve found that the older you are, the more you’ll appreciate it.

This is a present that keeps giving with 52 model building ideas to give you one a week for a year. The gift that really keeps giving.

There’s over 600 K’NEX pieces inside the smart container and using the full colour instructions inside, you give the gift of creativity.

I remember as a child creating models, having adventures and letting my imagination run wild. So wether it’s a plane, truck, tank, butterfly, golf cart, sailboat, dinosaur and fire engine or use your imagination to create your own unique models.

I’m lucky to have 2 sets up for grabs!

I’ll be picking one winner based on the best comment and one randomly through rafflecopter! GOOD LUCK!

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82 Comments

  1. AvatarLiam Bishop Reply

    I’d build a giant car with my son. I used to have a bright yellow plastic briefcase of Knex when I was little. I can’t wait to play it with my kids now!

  2. AvatarSharon Reply

    id build a castle with my grandson,then when we are both in trouble with mum,we have somewhere to hide

  3. AvatarFiona Johnson Reply

    If they did giant knex I would build an adventure playground with my 3 boys so we could have loads of fun x

  4. Avatarcwillmer Reply

    If its absolutely anything it would be a big car that we could ride in with my two girls 🙂

  5. AvatarKelly E Hirst Reply

    I’d build some kind of food transporting thing, kind of like a conveyor belt for food, I’d build it with my mum because she appreciates food as much as I do 😉

  6. AvatarJo Carroll Reply

    A new transportation system between our home and my little boy’s nursery so we don’t have to cross so many busy roads would be good 😉 I think it would take billions of Knex pieces though!

  7. AvatarDebbie Reply

    A train, probably a steam train. My husband is obsessed with them and so both my sons are too now. It would be amazing to have one of their very own. I’d build it with my youngest, who is a Lego fiend and wants to be a Lego designer and invent new models when he grows up!

  8. AvatarKerry Taylor Reply

    I love playing with things like this – it’s the only reason I had kids 😉
    I’d probably build a train with my little boy. To start with…

  9. AvatarAli Johnson Reply

    A castle.I’m fascinated by them & I always said if I won enough on the lottery my husband would deisgn one & we’d have it built. Very impractical.

  10. AvatarPatricia Avery Reply

    I’d help my grandson build whatever he wanted to. It would probably be a boat, a plane or a lorry 🙂

  11. AvatarJenny Jones Reply

    My boys would love to make traps for catching zombies in, kinda zombie mad in this house

  12. Avatarmelaburt Reply

    I would build a family home with my fiancé so that our family has somewhere decent to live!

  13. AvatarEdward Guerreiro Reply

    I like to build the ninky nonk from In the Night Garden with my niece. She loves that thing.

  14. AvatarEllie Spider Reply

    I’d build a bridge from my house to Disneyworld with my nephew and we would skip over there to do our fave rides 😀

  15. AvatarTheresa Reply

    My 13 year old son said he would like to build a spaceship so that’s what we gotta build first then lol x

  16. AvatarRachel Butler Reply

    Our very own aeroplane with my son so that we can travel everywhere and anywhere we want!

  17. AvatarHannah Smith Reply

    I would build a ferris wheel with my boyfriend as we love spending time together doing fun activities and the fair was one of the first places we ever went together 🙂

  18. Avatarsharon martin Reply

    i’d build a giraffe with my daughter as its her favourite animal. should be a challange

  19. AvatarAli Fansone Reply

    there once was a nanny who won a box of knex
    she asked her dear grandchildren what shall we build next
    their eyes opened wide, as rockets trains and dinos they cried
    and working together they made all of these brilliant projects

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