The top best selling LEGO sets for 2010 are in a rather elite standing – there is such a enormous selection of sets of LEGO toys right now it could really be rather tough to count all of them! Thus the top of the list must truly be something special!
Holding that thought, here are the top three LEGO Sets in relation to level of popularity and sales:
LEGO Ultimate Building Set (for 4 to 12 year old kids) – I was really happy to see this choice at the top of the list due to the fact it is most likely the set that entices the most creativity in kids. It is extensive, with more than 400 blocks of different types and colors, as well as a mini figure and building plate. If a child (who likes LEGOs) does not already have this, it is really an excellent choice as a gift - truly one of the best LEGO sets ever.
LEGO Toy Story Woody and Buzz Rescue Set (for kids age 6 and older) – Considering the new release of the Toy Story 3 movie, it is not overly surprising that we would see this set toward the top of the most popular LEGO sets for this year. However, the set is actually based on a scene in the first Toy Story movie where Woody and Buzz are riding RC to try and catch up to a moving van, and to their owner, Andy. This is an extremely cute LEGO kit, complete with unique pieces to put together “RC” as well as a Buzz Lightyear and a Woody figure.
LEGO Star Wars Darth Vader TIE fighter set (for kids age 7 to 12) – This is a must have for any LEGO Star Wars enthusiast with an impressive amount of detailing for Darth Vader’s ship, the TIE fighter. It is based on the very first Star Wars movie, and is a classic set to own – even for adults! Truly this set is deserving of being among the top of the list – although it could be said that it is “just one of many” LEGO Star Wars sets, it stands apart as one of the most creative and unique LEGO sets available.
You can find most certainly additional picks among the top best selling LEGO sets 2010, the above are simply the very top notch of a huge long checklist. Additional sought after sets in 2010 consist of variations for children that are toddler age and yet others are for older age groups with higher levels of difficulty.