Rebrickable Shopper

Rebrickable Shopper

By Nathan Thom

  • Category: Shopping
  • Release Date: 2016-04-22
  • Current Version: 1.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 11.53 MB
  • Developer: Nathan Thom
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later.

Description

Not sure if you should buy that LEGO® set? Simply scan the bar code on a LEGO® box and see a wealth of information to help you decide if you should buy it. Rebrickable analyses your LEGO® collection so you can find new sets that best compliments your existing parts. Features ● What % of parts in the LEGO® set do you already have in your collection? Maybe you already have the parts to build it! ● Check the LEGO® prices at other known stores for comparison. ● Find out how much the individual parts are worth, based on average market prices. ● See fan made creations (MOCs) that use the parts in this set, all with full building instructions. You might like them even more than the official build! ● Get a list of rare LEGO® parts in the set. Very handy if you like to have as complete a collection as possible, or maybe to build your LEGO® investment portfolio! ● Which parts are the most valuable - based on current market prices. ● Find out what else you can build if you buy the set - there are thousands of LEGO® sets and MOCs in the database, all with full building instructions. Benefits ● Save money on LEGO® when there are cheaper prices ● Maximise your LEGO® parts collection ● If you're a LEGO® investor or seller, discover those rare and/or valuable parts worth grabbing ● Discover new hidden creations just waiting inside each LEGO® box To get the most out of this app you should have a free Rebrickable account, with your up to date LEGO® collection. Of course, it will still work without one but some information will be missing. Sign up at http://rebrickable.com/signup to get started! NOTE: This is NOT a generic Rebrickable app and does not replicate the functionality found at rebrickable.com, but rather is a companion app for the website. LEGO® is a trademark of The LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this app.

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Reviews

  • Great app! Keep it up

    5
    By Ong Gia De
    Great app! Keep it up
  • Why can't it to both?

    3
    By RSwarick
    This uses Brickowl for the pricing info on the parts. I was hoping it would have Bricklink's as well. Probably won't have that much use of this app since I use Bricklink. And most of the screens take you to Rebrickable's website instead of in app info so might as well just use the website

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