I bought it at Amazon back on 9th May 2016 for US$59.99 (S$82). It has been sitting in my drawer for almost four years.
This is an impulse buy as there is a flash sale during Lazada’s 12/12 year-end sales for the LEGO The Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition 76105.
During the flash sale, it is going for just S$147.70 on EToysStore on Lazada. The price excludes a delivery fee of S$1.49 within Singapore.
The Razer THS Spinner retails for US$19.99 (S$28) on Razer Online Store. It is a glow-in-the-dark fidget spinner.
I got mine as a door gift from the Razer Phone 2 launch event in Singapore.
There are tons and tons of Fidget Spinners in the market. I am sure the source is all the same in some factory in China. The companies just order in bulk and just add their brand logo to it.
Fidget Cube is essentially a toy for people who like to fidget with items.
The toy is shaped like a dice which has six sides for different fidgeting needs: Click, Glide, Flip, Roll, Rub and Spin.
The retail price is US$29.99 but for the offer, the price drops to US$20.99 (S$30).
Fallout 4 will be released in two weeks time on the 10th November 2015.
On the first day of the PHPConf.Asia 2015, I bought the PHP ElePHPant (Purple) Plush Toy from Jenny Wong, who is a Community Engineer at Human Made for S$50. The proceeds goes to PHP Women which is an inclusive & global network providing support within the PHP community for gender equality.
On the second day of the conference, I got the PHP ElePHPant (Blue) Plush Toy for free from Zend, who is one of the sponsors for the conference.
Accompanying the #LEGORebuildSG campaign is the launch of 4 LEGO SG50 Limited Edition Singapore Icons Mini Builds. The 4 Mini Builds include quintessential Singaporean icons of the past such as The Cable Car, Ice Cream Bike, HDB Flats and the Dragon Playground. The Mini Builds are redeemable at selected stores with a minimum purchase of S$50 of LEGO products in a single receipt. Note that the Mini Builds have already been fully redeemed.
The easiest Mini Build to build is the Cable Car which only has 1 page of instructions, requiring 56 pieces of LEGO bricks to build. Next is the Ice Cream Bike with 2 pages of instructions, requiring 35 pieces of LEGO bricks to build.
As part of the #LEGORebuildSG campaign is the Rebuild Your Memories Competition.
The competition which ended on 26th June 2015 allow fans to construct their fondest memories of Singapore with LEGO.