A couple of weeks ago Lucas was sent* a BRIO builder deluxe set to review. The set is aimed at children from 3 years of age and contains an incredible 270 pieces! It inspires a huge selection of wooden and plastic components and 4 tools for free play. There are also pieces that include eye graphics to enable character play.

 
BRIO builder deluxe set Lucas is sat with a serious face looking at the brio leaflet. He is sat on a grey floor
 
 
At the age of 3, children’s hand-eye coordination becomes refined, and fine motor skills are improving through handling small objects which this set is perfect to encourage. 
 
 
BRIO builder deluxe set Lucas is sat on a grey floor with blonde curly hair. Wearing dark pants and blue Tshirt. He is knelt over the various pieces of the set to make something
 
The set comes with some ideas of what to build but not instructions, it’s is all about imaginative play and learning through play to explore,  discover and create what the child wants. We did try to make the crane that was pictured but struggled with the pieces in the set, there was one part that needed something that isn’t in the set but that being said I do think it’s a fab set. 
 
 
BRIO builder deluxe set Lucas is sat on a grey floor with blonde curly hair. Wearing dark pants and blue Tshirt. He is knelt over the various pieces of the set to make something. The camera is above him looking down
 
There are so many possibilities that this set can be used again and again and will last many years. As Lucas becomes older and his skills improve he will be able to make more and more creations. Lucas is really enjoying playing with it and also Grandad too!
 
 
BRIO builder deluxe set review. Lucas is hammering a piece into the crane that my Dad is holding that they have just made
 
 
BRIO are also conscious of the impact their products can have on the environment and ensure they only use wood from FSC certified wood. They also continuously strive to improve their way of working so they can minimise their carbon footprint x
 
 
BRIO builder deluxe set review

14 Comments

14 Comments on BRIO Builder Deluxe Set review

  1. What a great toy! I has a toy that was a similar concept when I was growing up and always had so much fun making things! I always think of train sets when I think of Brio, but it’s nice to see things like this and is something I will have to remember come Christmas time.

  2. My son would have loved this when he was younger, If you have a child who is really inquisitive and inventive, it’s good to find great things for them to build, before they start taking things apart!

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