The cardboard bricks are so solid, and even my three heavy-handed monkeys haven’t broken or damaged any of them (even on the odd occasions when the build wasn’t going their way, and they got stroppy and threw some bricks around)—they’re seriously sturdy!
Karen Bleakley, mom of three (Australia)
Build everything from reindeer to Pokemon castles
We love GIGI bloks, they inspire our 6 and 9-year-old kids and their friends to get endlessly creative, building everything from reindeer and penguins to Pokemon castles and cupcake shops depending on their mood and current favourite games!
Pippa Best, mom of two, United Kingdom
Size and safety go hand in hand
To build something amazing you can use both imagination and logic. You don’t have to worry that a wall you just built might collapse and hurt someone because these blocks are light and have no sharp edges.
We love it!
Inguna Mikuda, Montesori kids evolution ceneter supervisor (Latvia)
I’d had enough of using up our living room as a playground
My child used blankets and pillows and everything he could find in the living room as a building material for his ideas. I wasn’t very happy about it. Then I remembered about GIGI Bloks - and chose it as a gift for my 5-year-old’s birthday. Now he has all the building material he needs and he can play out all of his different ideas with these blocks.
Eva Johanson, mom of a 5-year-old, Latvia
At first, I didn’t think my child would like these natural color blocks
My mom gave GIGI Bloks to our children as a birthday gift. At first I was mad at her - why did she bring these cardboard boxes to our house? But after a couple of days I saw how my children love these blocks and they keep playing with them. I completely changed my opinion after that.
Miriam Pastor, Spain
I was worried it would take up a lot of space
GIGI Bloks looked like great fun, though I was worried they would need quite a bit of space. It turned out you can quickly build two tall towers in the corner of the room while they’re not being used.
Nelly Ritchie, England
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The only difference is in size.
XL is 60% from XXL block size.
XXL are 7.87x3.94x3.94in (20x10x10cm).
XL are 5.11x2.56x2.56in (13x6.5x6.5cm).