Expand your LEGO® town with this set of straight and crossroad plates. Includes one straight plate and one cross plate.
- Each plate measures 10" (25cm) by 10" (25cm) or 32 studs by 32 studs.
69% would recommend this product.
Value for Money
- July 15th, 2011Average rating2out of 5 stars2.0DisappointedGaClds4 |I can't imagine ever giving Lego a bad review, but I unfortunately had no choice. The contrast of dark gray and white is too severe to look good with the Cafe Corner, Grand Emporium, and others.....grouping. I like the lighter gray roads from the late 80s better (wish I had the option to buy those from Lego). I'm also frustrated that you can't buy a 2-pack of the same road plates (ie. 2 straight, 2 junctions, etc.). These are also pretty expensive. So, for now I feel like I have to go without road plates until prices come down, straight pieces are offered, and perhaps a new color is available.Play Experience2.0Value for Money1.0Building Experience: Intermediate LEGO builderWas this helpful?25Straight & Crossroad Plates
- June 26th, 2014Average rating1out of 5 stars1.0Too Expensive, limited selectionUSBRITAF |Purchased for: DaughterA re-iteration of what everyone else is posting. I have Lego boards from when I was a child. However, since Lego has increased the track between the wheels of the new vehicles, the old boards are all but useless. We have accumulated a significant Lego collection overt the last few years and building a Lego City is proving to be prohibitively expensive as we have to purchase a straight and a crossroad when all we need is a straight. Lego, you should increase your product line to include packs of two straights, two crossroads, two curves and two T-junctions. I wrote a letter to Lego customer service stating as such and I encourage all dedicated Lego fans to do the same!18 August 2014Jordan - Core Product Specialist, Consumer ServicesYour feedback for greater selection / more options is appreciated and has been passed along.Play Experience4.0Level of Difficulty1.0Value for Money1.0Building Experience: Expert LEGO builderWas this helpful?15Straight & Crossroad Plates
- April 9th, 2008Average rating3out of 5 stars3.0Is it Good, Better, or Best?Rick |Just good. Here's why: Suppose I want four straight plates-one for each side of the crossroad plate, plus additional straight plates to extend the straight road further. It means I have to buy more than four sets of 7280. I don't need that many crossroad plates! I would rate the plate design as Best because it does fit in well with the City Lego pieces. However, the fact that you cannot buy single or bulk straight plates of this design (same for the crossroad plate) bodes well only for the Lego Sales folks. Marketing should rethink this mistep.Play Experience4.0Value for Money2.0Was this helpful?35Straight & Crossroad Plates
- November 11th, 2008Average rating3out of 5 stars3.0Well......not the best purchase I ever made.204Scott |I would recommend this to a friend!I think the issue with the road plates is this: The pairings are not very logical. The set would make more sense with one crossroad plate and four straight plates. As it stands, it's a 1-1 trade-off and I can't see needing 4 crossroad plates while I always need straight road plates. I'd suggest Lego sell the straight road plates in sets and the crossroad plates individually. The other thing that would be an asset is if Lego would provide some road diagrams similar to what they do with the train track pieces in order to give builders some inspiration and ideas. I wouldn't buy this product again as it is packaged.Play Experience3.0Value for Money2.0Was this helpful?35Straight & Crossroad Plates
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