I bought these Pokémon X Nanoblocks series from Singapore as a gift for someone special and I have finally gotten around to making it! 🙂
There are other Pokémon designs such as Charmander, Squirtle, Bulbasaur, Caterpie, and I remember seeing a Lapras too! Which was pretty cool since they have other Pokémons besides the main popular few.
This is the packaging for the Snorlax nanoblock. The main packaging is resealable for you to come back to it if you like. It also comes with an instruction paper as well as 4 tiny packs of blocks.
As you can see there are 3 Pokéballs next to the chibi version of the Snorlax, that indicates the difficulty level, which is out of 5.
Besides Snorlax, I also got the Charizard, Mewtwo and Dragonite nanoblocks. Each of them had their own difficulty and different amount of parts.
Here’s a side and front preview of the Nanoblocks:
My sister has this one: It’s Eevee, so cute!
I wonder if they have all the evolutions of Eevee in Nanoblock form because that would be cool.
I’ve also done a Pikachu Nanoblock before and I couldn’t find the photo anywhere so sorry! 😦
It’s definitely a cool thing to build and do. Pieces are small and intricate, I had fun building them every time! The packaging also gives you extra pieces in case you lose some, so don’t worry if you think you’ve missed a step or something.
This could be like a new collection/hobby or something for me. I like how it looks 8-bit, kind of old school style. Heehee.
If you don’t like the Pokémon series, there’s also another brand of Nanoblocks that has buildings of real life places like towers, trains, and also animals. There’s a huge variety but I’m not that interested in those. You can probably get this on Amazon or Ebay and start building! I’m not sure if stores in Toronto sell them because I haven’t seen them anywhere, except online.
Till next time, ♥
► More Nanoblocks here