Brickset branded merchandise now available

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Fancy a shirt with a Brickset logo on it? We've teamed up with a supplier of quality embroidered garments to bring you the opportunity to purchase polo shirts adorned with the classic Brickset logo. They can be shipped anywhere in the world. Prices, including postage and packing, are £15 if you're in the UK and £20 elsewhere.

Go to the order form for a better look at the quality of the garment and to place an order directly with the supplier, Those Finishing Touches, which is run by Emma from Simply Bricks.

This is what the well-dressed will be wearing this year at LEGO conventions the world over... :-)

36 comments on this article

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By in United States,

Will T-shirts be coming out with the Brickset logo?

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By in United Kingdom,

Possibly later.

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By in United States,

How much is £20 in US dollars? 'Cuz that is pretty cool, though I'm at a loss as how to convince my parents I need one... :P

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By in Ireland,

Will they be available in different colours?

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By in United States,

I think it's pretty cool, though definitely expensive for people in the U.S. or elsewhere outside is the U.K.

@lego613master - It's $26.10 USD. Just look up an online euro to dollar conversion. :-)

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By in United Kingdom,

I feel the need to own one of these, I just would not feel I was supporting Brickset without one. I will order one as soon as I can :)

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By in Slovenia,

I will buy one, te color is great, i just love medium blue. Oh, and is this "the rest of the world" seriously? Because I live in Slovenia and I cannot buy from LEGO shop, so I tought that there will be some problems.

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By in Spain,

Very Nice!!!

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By in United Kingdom,

@lego613master, it's about $30.50.
@Zacherano, £ is British Pounds (GBP), not Euros, and some over here feel very strongly about that difference! ;)

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By in United States,

Lego613, the answer is way too much!

A shirt that is just an ad for a website about LEGOs... or an actual LEGO set.... hmmmmm. Hard one there. lol

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By in United States,

Wonderful. Thanks, Huw. Ordering mine right now... Correction - ORDERED!

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By in Denmark,

Can I suggest you randomly plant a few gold variants of said shirt, of which the lucky recipients can no doubt put on eBay for thousands.

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By in United States,

I wish that there were more "Lego conventions" here where I live... Minnesota, there is barely anything. Not that I could go to them anyway, since I can't drive yet and people think I'm nuts for liking Lego still...

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By in United Kingdom,

@zipsforbananas Yes, some of us do!

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By in United States,

@zipsforbananas - Thanks for the distinction. I did not realize the difference. I understand that the UK is in the Eurozone but has opted out from adopting the official currency, is that correct?

Thanks! I'm sorry if I offended anyone.

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By in United States,

I kind of like the polo shirt (EDIT: OK, I really like it. :) ), it's wonderfully geeky, but I don't wear them often, so I'll have to pass for now. I think T-shirts are a bit easier to like for most people, though I'm not sure I'd like a Brickset T-shirt with simply a giant Brickset logo on it. I'm sure we'll be pleasantly surprised in the future.

I guess it's just a matter of people's tastes and willingness to buy one. :)

@lego613master: I too sort of wish there was more "community" LEGO stuff going on in my area, but at the same time I'm not sure I'd be able to go. I'm in my late teens as well, and I'm kind of embarrassed even to go to the LEGO store (at least it's not TOO close to where I live), though my family completely understands, and I don't look at LEGO the same as I did when younger; it's more of an art form for everything than a toy to me.

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By in United States,

Cool! Wish I had the cash - do you take Lego VIP Points? JK
@lego613master - I know exactly how you feel. Being a high school junior and a Lego fan? Hard.
No Lego fan events in Idaho - ever? Harder.

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By in United States,

I really like the shirt but being in the US, its just too much for me. @Huw, will there be any more Brickset gear in the future such as jackets, hats, tote bags, or any thing like that?

@lego613master- I know how you feel being in high school and being a lego fan. My advice is try to find someone else in the school that enjoys lego. It's hard when its just you but much easier when there is someone else.

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By in United States,

@chrismajor2124
Come down and visit the train shows in Utah; ULUG always has a Lego train display at the train shows.

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By in United Kingdom,

It looks like my old school shirt and that's why I won't be buying one

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By in United Kingdom,

Very nice idea, Huw, but I'm afraid I'm another of the don't-do-Polo-shirts brigade.
Make a T-shirt though and I'm in like Flynn!

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By in United Kingdom,

If its not a silly question, will brickset gain much financially from each shirt sold..... If so may I suggest we all buy one even if we never wear it to help the site and its wonderful services.

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By in United Kingdom,

@Zacherano - no, the UK is not in the Eurozone. It is in the EU. The Eurozone is just the countries that adopted the Euro, although not quite that simple as countries like Vatican City and San Marino adopted the Euro but are not formally part of the Eurozone. A number of countries decided to stay out of it - UK, Denmark, Sweden.

There is a simple (!) diagram here to explain EU, Eurozone, Schengen area, Council of Europe, European Economic Area, etc:
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/84/Supranational_European_Bodies.png/400px-Supranational_European_Bodies.png

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By in United Kingdom,

Wonderful stuff, I unfortunately grew an aversion also to polo shirts but would buy an embroidered patch or t-shirt.

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By in United Kingdom,

Are they made of Lego?... ;)

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By in New Zealand,

Great idea but any chance of a 3xl or 4xl sizing?

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By in Portugal,

The Polo looks like it is of great quality, but... I can buy a lot of LEGO with £20 :p But I will have a thought about it, and maybe I'll buy later :)

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By in Germany,

I'd love a T-Shirt if/when they become available :-)

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By in United States,

@lego613master... yeah, I get the "too old for LEGOs" thing a lot. I just ignore it. Who really cares what others think anyway? :)

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By in United States,

I'd buy it in a heartbeat. Apparently in opposition to some of the people in the comments, I love wearing polo shirts.

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By in United States,

Mine has shipped. I hope to be the first to wear it in the USA!

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By in United Kingdom,

I do wear polos but the colour isn't me. Will they become available in dark colours? Black would be ideal but I'd settle for dark navy or dark green.

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By in United Kingdom,

Sorry, I know its not related but I have just obtained set 76009 - Superman Black Zero Escape from Argos in the UK - Cowley Park to be exact near Uxbridge. The pod is amazing!!!!!

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By in United Kingdom,

^ Cool!

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