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Click-A-Brick Launches New 100-Piece Educational Toy Set

Click-A-Brick has now released its latest educational toy offering; the Click-A-Brick Army Defenders 100pc Educational Toys Building Blocks Set for Boys and Girls. It is available for purchase as of today.

Containing 100 pieces -- more than three times as many as Click-A-Brick’s initial set -- the Army Defenders set promises to keep kids entertained for hours with its military-inspired theme and endless combinations for clicking together its camouflage-colored bricks.

Retailing for $39.99, the Army Defenders set gives customers more bang for their brick when compared to the $15.99 30-piece Animal Kingdom Safari set. Available on, the Army Defenders set also rivals other educational toys for value.

Children will find instructions on how to build a number of different military vehicles, plus a robot. And, because it’s Click-A-Brick, they will also be free to build whatever else they can imagine, carrying on with Click-A-Brick’s goal of stimulating children’s imaginations and aiding in their cognitive development.

Co-Founder Jason Smith says the Click-A-Brick team is ecstatic to release the new set and believes it solidifies the company’s commitment long-term success.

“We love the new set,” he stated. “It’s going to be a lot of fun for kids and parents and customers are getting a great deal on it. The things you can build with it are so cool and the instructions are easy to follow. My kids have been playing with it almost non-stop, so that’s proof enough for me that this set is going to be just as successful as the last one. We plan to be around for a long time and releasing our second is a great next step for the company.”

Fellow co-founder and brand manager Georg de Gorostiza shared those sentiments, noting that the larger set is the next logical step for the company.

“I think of it like the smaller set was testing to see if people would be receptive to this toy and now we’re really ready to put things into the next gear and get things rolling. We want to be releasing new sets on a regular basis and we have a lot of plans for the future. But, for now, we’re just excited to get this second one out there and get kids playing with it. It’s a great set and we want to focus on that for now.”