With a bright, cheery style LEGO aficionados of all ages are sure to love, the LEGO Kids’ Make-N-Create Watch has a fun, interlocking strap comprised of interchangeable links in yellow, green, blue and red. Recommended for kids six and older, this fun timepiece has a bright white dial with clear, easy-to-read Arabic numbers and minute track — perfect for those just learning to tell time — while Japanese quartz movement ensures accuracy and reliability. For durability, this watch also has a mineral crystal and is water resistant to 165 feet (50 meters). Perfect for sensitive skin, it’s both nickel and PVC free, and comes complete with a non-allergenic polycarbonate case. For extra fun, it also includes a “Make-N-Create” fish model. The name ‘LEGO’ is an abbreviation of the two Danish words “leg godt”, meaning “play well”. It’s our name and it’s our ideal. The LEGO Group was founded in 1932 by Ole Kirk Christiansen.



LEGO Kids’ 4250341 Creator Watch with Buildable Toy  Price: $19.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35 (You Save: $5.00 from List Price: $24.99)


The Company has passed from father to son and remains a family owned business even today: Owned by Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen, a grandchild of the founder. It has come a long way over the past almost 80 years – from a small carpenter’s workshop to a modern, global enterprise. The LEGO Group is a privately held company based in Billund, Denmark. The company is still owned by the Kirk Kristiansen family who founded it in 1932. The LEGO Group is engaged in the development of children’s creativity through playing and learning and it is this core philosophy that is built into every LEGO brand watch and clock.




  • Quartz movement
  • Mineral crystal
  • Non-allergenic poly-carbonate case; white dial
  • Water-resistant to 165 feet (50 M)



Most Helpful Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars from 105 reviews

  • This was a gift for a lady in her 70s who admired mine (lady in her 60s). I’m on my 5th or 6th one over the past 10 years or more. First two were bought for my nieces . . . but I kept them for myself. They never cease to cause attention. Once at a crafts fair, someone remembered me from the previous year because of the watch. They’re fun, they fit all size wrists, all-plastic causes no allergic reactions, and they bring out the inner child in us all. The only negative is that Lego used to make it with a bigger face. And after you’ve lost a few of them, you end up with enough spare parts to go really color creative. Amazon has the best price of anywhere too.


  • I’ve gotten more compliments on this watch than on any other watch I own. And not just from a single demographic — I’ve gotten comments from businessmen, women in their 20s, children, men who look like criminals, middle-aged women, women with Chanel purses, and hipsters. It’s seemingly universally liked. It’s a fun, colorful watch, and if it breaks? Hey, it was $14. It had a good run. I’ve had this for about a year and it’s still ticking just fine. It’s never let me down. The clasp works fine, most of the time. Sometimes it’s come loose for no reason. One of the yellow connecty parts it came with doesn’t like to connect so I have to use another color, but that’s OK. If you’re giving it to a kid, it probably is too flimsy if they’re the klutzy, oblivious type. It’s more novelty than anything else — it’s not going to be the most durable watch out there. I don’t think it’ll last a year on a child’s wrist. But if they already have so many Legos you can’t buy them anymore, they’ll probably like this (and I’m betting so will anyone else you buy it for).


  • This watch is perfect for me. I can use it with Any combination and it works perfect. Note this, I’m an adult, but wearing lego si my conection with the child inside me. My lego is funny , and i got too many compliments when i wear ir. This is so different. Only one thing, it lasts aprox 6 months, for the pieces to break up. But i think it worth the money i Pay.




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