Our Kitting Service Names The 5 Best Kits Ever

Screen Shot 2015-01-23 at 3.49.43 PM5.) LEGO Imperial Star Destroyer

Clocking in at 3,000 pieces with a price tag of $2K in licensing fees and plastic brick costs, this is the ultimate LEGO fan’s LEGO kit. It has been discontinued and resurrected in countless forms since Star Wars first came on the scene, and it has always been a fan favorite. Why? Well for one thing it is called a “Star Destroyer” which is cool enough by itself, but the piece also gives LEGO fans the chance to build a piece with unparalleled detail and nostalgia value.

 

Screen Shot 2015-01-23 at 3.51.12 PM4.) Snake Bite Kit
When it absolutely positively has to be a snake bite kit… there literally is no substitute. Adventurers get bonus points for having it handy in case of an emergency, snakes lose points for being so easily thwarted. Tougher animals like sharks would never be defeated so easily… or would they?

 

Screen Shot 2015-01-23 at 3.50.27 PM3.) Grow Your Own Crystal Kit
Growing your own crystals has been a favorite pastime of pre-teens and college students for generations, and the sales of these kits are still going strong. I guess there isn’t much to change when your product creates fun from the basic laws of chemistry.

 

Screen Shot 2015-01-23 at 3.50.01 PM2.) Thames & Kosmos C3000 Chemistry Kit
Speaking of chemistry, this is the all time greatest chemistry kit in the world. Why? Well firstly, it contains a Grow Your Own Crystal Kit.. so the basic laws of math dictate that it must also make the list. More importantly, however, the Thames & Cosmos C3000 Chemistry Kit contains an entire bag of magnesium strips. So yeah… it is a real blast

 

Screen Shot 2015-01-23 at 3.51.47 PM1.) Knight Industries Two Thousand (KITT)
If you don’t know anything about KITT: it is the talking supercar from TV’s Knight Rider. Regardless of what you know about KITT: watch this super awesome video of 60-year-old David Hasselhoff explaining why KITT is so iconic while demonstrating sick stunt driving.

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