Wicked Brick is a company based in the UK that produces stands and cases for displaying LEGO sets and minifigs made from high quality acrylic.
I've been sent one -- for Speed Champions 75880 McLaren 720S -- to review.
It's shipped flat-packed, with its six individual pieces of acrylic in separate zip-lock bags. Instructions for assembling it are provided but they are superfluous as it's very straightforward: it's just a case of slotting the parts together.
It all fits snugly together and doesn't come apart when handled.
The back plate and base and are engraved with the vehicle's name and statistics about it.
Six genuine LEGO transparent 1x1 round plates have been affixed to the stand to enable the car and minifigure to be attached securely to it.
The car is easily mounted onto the stand. It's held at an angle of about 20 degrees which enables the side and top of it to be viewed from the front.
I am very impressed with it: it's well designed, well made from quality materials and does exactly what I expected it to, which is to enhance the display of the model.
It's priced at £5.99 which I think is pretty reasonable, and because it packs flat to about 1cm thick postage costs are minimal too, even to Europe and the rest of the world.
It's not something you'd want to buy for every set you own, but for the special ones that you want to display in the best possible way, they are perfect.
Currently Wicked Brick produces stands for Speed Champions cars, Star Wars constraction figures and other selected sets, Ninjago Movie mechs, and minifigures. There's also a range of collectable minifigure display cases.
Thanks to Wicked Brick for providing the stand to review. The review is an expression of my own opinions.