Is there an easy way to order individual LEGO® pieces and Minifigures?
You need to complete your large LEGO project, your kids are expanding the base they have built for their Star Wars fighters or you just want that second knight from the classic tournament set from 1984 that you had since childhood but lost. There are a lot of reasons you need to buy individual LEGO pieces.
Most of you would buy those missing LEGO pieces from pick-a-brick on www
So why order from www
www. choose-a-brick.com is a website dedicated to selling individual LEGO parts and pieces. We only sell LEGO parts & pieces and all are authentic LEGO pieces. The LEGO parts on offer are mostly unused, that means we take the parts out of new sets and the only time we touch them is when we repack them in lots of the quantity you need.
For pieces, that are out of production or are harder to find, the site also sells used pieces. We show the difference in the item condition on every product page.
The site also sells individual LEGO Minifigures. The LEGO Minifigures can
The website also has competitive shipping rates to almost any place in the world. The pieces ship from Belgium (inside the European union). Prices shown are tax inclusive for customers inside the EU and tax exclusive for other customers. Orders over 40 euro will have a tracking number that
How to order LEGO® spare parts from www
Register an account or checkout as a guest?
If you plan to use the website only once you can checkout as a guest. If however you want to save your past order history and let the site remember your data or if you want to make a wish-list. Registering an account is the way to go.
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Ordering the LEGO® pieces you need.
Choosing the LEGO® parts by code
The LEGO company identifies LEGO parts by 2 different type of codes. The first are the element numbers. This is the unique LEGO piece number you can find at the end of nearly all LEGO instruction manuals. As shown in the example in the image below.
The other code is the design number. The LEGO company print this number on every LEGO piece. On some pieces you will see it right away with other pieces you might have to look
LEGO Minifigures do not have an official LEGO code. The website Bricklink has catalogued all the LEGO Minifigures and gave them a number. Since many people catalog their Minifigures around these numbers, we added them also as a search term.
Choosing LEGO® pieces by description
LEGO part sizes
Sometimes you just don’t know the code or you do not want to look it up. You can describe the pieces you want in the search bar. LEGO parts
LEGO part colours
Defining LEGO parts colours seems to be an art form. So we use plain English and recommend that you choose the colours by watching the accompanied image
Choosing LEGO® Pieces by browsing the parts category pages
When you navigate to the LEGO Parts category page. You get immediately an overview of the main variations of pieces
We group most of the LEGO bricks offerings around the design number. So one listing holds all the colours for the design number. That way if you are looking for example for
Adding the LEGO® pieces to the shopping basket
Adding the LEGO pieces you want to buy is
You need to specify the colour you want for your LEGO pieces.