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    Toy Fair 2017: Waste Is More
    Hot Bionicle NewsWednesday, March 1st, 2017 at 10:23pm by Danny, BZPower Reporter

    Waste Is More brought to Toy Fair 2017 one of the more interesting LEGO-compatible toys we've seen: a clip system for connecting bottle caps, but with stud and tube connections on some of the clips. The clips make for an impressively sturdy system - they're firm enough to work with bottle caps, but soft enough to not scratch LEGO pieces or little hands. The company received an "Editor's Choice" ribbon when they presented this system at last year's Maker Faire Bay Area, and they seem to be aiming squarely at the educational and Maker markets. Check out their website for more information and to purchase Clip It clips. It appears that everything we saw at Toy Fair is available now.

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