LEGO Classic Gray Baseplate 10701
$22.00

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Whether you're creating a street scene, castle, or something of your own imagination, this gray-coloured 48x48-stud baseplate is the perfect starting point for building, displaying, and playing with your LEGO creations.
Item No: 5702015357159
$22.00
Product Description:
Whether you're creating a street scene, castle, or something of your own imagination, this gray-coloured 48x48-stud baseplate is the perfect starting point for building, displaying, and playing with your LEGO creations.
Item No: 5702015357159
Product Description
Whether you're creating a street scene, castle, or something of your own imagination, this gray-coloured 48x48-stud baseplate is the perfect starting point for building, displaying, and playing with your LEGO creations.
Item No: 5702015357159

Features & Benefits

  • Measures 48x48 studs or 15'' (38cm) x 15'' (38cm)
  • 1 Piece
  • Age 4 Years +

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Great for display!
I collect minifigures and putting them on a shelf wasn't an option. I took a photo frame from Ikea and sticked the base plate with double-sided tape. So I can easily use the plate later for another project.
May 16, 2020
Originally posted at
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Not even a real plate
It's thin compared to normal plate pieces, so putting a plate piece next to it and connecting with another brick or piece usually doesn't work very well.

Kind of monotone. I wish these at least were offered in other colors at this size, or a mix of colors on one base.

To me, it basically provides only one function: an anchor to put a building onto.
May 16, 2020
Originally posted at
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Good if you need it
I collect the Lego mini-figures. Bought a baseplate (grey) to have them in one group. Putting them along the edge was acceptable for most of them, but there were many that did not fit as easily as others, hard to put some of them on the plate because their accessories would become undone from the figure easily. I did display them in ice cube trays until I got to many, and another way was putting them on rulers and then sticking the ruler to the closet and door frame which was cute until I got to many and ran out of frame space. The base is a good place but not perfect.
May 16, 2020
Originally posted at
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Excelent and Usefull Piece
I bought the Gray Baseplate Lego for its size, which I understood to be suitable for putting on my Lego Speed Champions. I'm 5 at the moment. They did very well! There is enough room for 3 Lego Speed Champions. Good build quality. I recommend.
May 16, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO
Super-Flimsy!
I bought four of these for my daughter for all her Friends sets (She has 59!). But she no sooner took them out of the package and they began to warp and curl up. They will not lay flat unless she builds a rather heavy element on them. I've designed a couple architectural models, but I'm afraid to buy this baseplate for fear it will do the same, even though it is the size I need. Hey Lego, for the price, how about making the plates heavier? Legos aren't just for kids anymore, and I'd like to get my money's worth. Thanks!
May 16, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO
Too expensive for what it is
These plates should be $2-4 cheaper. They are ridiculously expensive for what they are. Although necessary for some builds, these plates are poor value.
May 4, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO
Super-Flimsy!
I bought four of these for my daughter for all her Friends sets (She has 59!). But she no sooner took them out of the package and they began to warp and curl up. They will not lay flat unless she builds a rather heavy element on them. I've designed a couple architectural models, but I'm afraid to buy this baseplate for fear it will do the same, even though it is the size I need. Hey Lego, for the price, how about making the plates heavier? Legos aren't just for kids anymore, and I'd like to get my money's worth. Thanks!
May 2, 2020
Originally posted at
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GRAY BASEPLATE
The baseplate is flimsier than I had expected. I feel that it should be at as thick as one of the larger flat pieces to better hold what is built in it.
It would also be nice being thicker to be able to have the holes on the back to be usable to make a thicker base for appearances. Also to be able to link the baseplates together to make an even larger base for the kits with larger foot prints. for example, my Robie House model is too long for the largest baseplate - I will need two of them to hold the model. With thicker baseplates and using part #4211390 to make a sturdy sandwich base and the parts(similar to #4211387) that have holes and with the parts #4514553(as an example) to join them together like the city blocks would make the baseplate more usable.
I think these baseplates are a good start toward an even better product that will help enhance the fun of Lego building.
May 2, 2020
Originally posted at
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GRAY BASEPLATE
The size of this baseplate is great, but value of money, kind of poor. LEGO should make baseplate this size in EVERY COLOUR!
May 2, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO
Good if you need it
I collect the Lego mini-figures. Bought a baseplate (grey) to have them in one group. Putting them along the edge was acceptable for most of them, but there were many that did not fit as easily as others, hard to put some of them on the plate because their accessories would become undone from the figure easily. I did display them in ice cube trays until I got to many, and another way was putting them on rulers and then sticking the ruler to the closet and door frame which was cute until I got to many and ran out of frame space. The base is a good place but not perfect.
May 2, 2020
Originally posted at
LEGO