Lite Brix Lite-Up Fire Station
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The lights from the Lite Brix Light-Up Fire Station will lead your way as you explore rescue adventures with the light-up fire truck! Build the 3-D, light-up fire station and truck using Lite Brix lighted building bricks, which feature four colour LEDs that come to life when you plug in the double-cord battery pack, so both models can be lit at the same time. The building system includes special connector pieces to attach the Lite Brix to each other, so you can build the model on different angles, and translucent pieces that glow with colour from the LEDs. The set includes realistic decals, a moving ladder, doors and one miniature figure. Create more fun by connecting traditional bricks from other building sets (sold separately), which attach to all Lite Brix. 3 x AA Batteries required.
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