Reviews and Problems with Lego Kids' 9002953 Star Wars Darth Maul Watch
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Awesome and Fun Collectible
2 February 2012
Summary: This watch is lots of fun for my 10-yr-old son. He loves changing the pattern of the wrist band and attaching Lego figures to the band. The product seems to be of great quality, is easy to change around and for the price it is definitely something I recommend for Lego fans.
Summary: After painstakenly adjusting the watch to the right size for my son, the watch refused to stay in one piece. The clasp would come undone, the pieces would come undone - and yes I was absolutely sure the pieces had been secured. The watch was not wearable after two days and went into the junk drawer. A complete waste of money.
Summary: Its a good little watch, it comes with a little Lego Star wars character (forgive me, not a fan) my son loves it, Im constantly told what time it is, even when I dont want to know. The bracelet is made out of legos so I think it could have been made better, it stays on his wrist, never fell off yet, I dont like the way it clips on, but, I can live with it since its not that expensive, would I buy it again if I had to? Yes.
Summary: Pros: - The Darth Maul figurine that comes with it was a nice bonus, and when combined with the watch makes the cost of this purchase reasonable even with some problems with durability. - The face design is cool, my 8 year old loved it and it was a good thing to draw attention to the face while he tries to master telling time. - The colors are nice looking, and the lego block design caught the eye of many other kids. Cons: - The buckle is problem #1.
Summary: I purchased this watch from Walmart for about 15 dollars after seeing it on this website. I bought it for myself, (Even though I am a 17 year old girl. I love Darth Maul and I needed a watch. How perfect.) I love putting it together and taking it apart. The plastic is really strong, but there is a downside to that; The pieces are kind of hard to take apart when it's just two pieces linked together - It takes some strength to pull them apart.
Summary: I thought this would be a good gift for a little boy, but I was disappointed. The idea of assembling a LEGO watch is interesting. It involves children's participation, but the material is very cheap looking plastic, and seems easily breakable. And one of the parts, a ring for the watch face, doesn't fit in at all. Boys between 4 and 7 may be interested in this kind of stuff.
Summary: This watch was a birthday gift for my 6-year old boy. He's had it for a little over one month now. It comes with a Lego Mini-figure & he totally loves the watch & the figure. It is very light-weight & the links come apart pretty easily (after you figure out they have to be in a certain position to release.) In fact, they'll come apart sometimes when my son takes off the watch...which is the only downside. The clasp is very easy to use.
Summary: my son loves his watch. We would have loved an extra clasp included as he lost one end of the clasp and now cannot wear it. It would be nice if the package included a soft bag to keep the pieces in.
Summary: I gave it to him for Christmas. He loves it. Every time I see him he's wearing his watch. He doesn't know how to tell time yet but I bet it won't be long. He does "guess" at the time. He will look at his watch and say "Hey! It's 12 til 7!" And then a little later, "Hey, it's 10 after 2!" He plays with the lego figure separately. I believe it ended up in his lego bin. But he likes to attach these little lego pieces to his watch as part of his play.