Lego Star Wars ZipBin Large Millennium Falcon Messenger Bag Review

My son is an avid collector of Lego Star Wars kits. They are scattered throughout his room, whether they are put together or disassembled. It can get very frustrating because these kits are not cheap.

Lego Star Wars ZipBin Millennium Falcon

I was given the opportunity to  review a Lego Star Wars ZipBin Large Millennium Falcon Messenger Bag recently from Neat-Oh! International. Not only does this messenger bag hold over 500 Lego bricks but it also functions as a playmat. It is a great bag to take alone on trips, keep in the car, and to also stimulate play with the Lego Star Wars vehicles and Mini-figs that you probably already have in your house.

I know that I’ve stepped on, I mean found hundreds of Lego Star Wars items inside my son’s room. What a great place to store all of this awesomeness, and to also encourage play. I love that there are little slots for Mini-figs to fit into also. What a great way to make sure that your Lego Star Wars collection stays intact.

Lego Star Wars ZipBin Millennium Falcon Messenger Bag

The Lego Star Wars ZipBin Large Millennium Falcon Messenger Bag is rated for ages 3+ and it is 10.75 x 3.25 x 13.7 inches in size. It is also perfect material for easy cleaning and no mess. You just wipe it with a damp cloth.

My son is 7 years old and he loves this messenger bag. It also helped provided a new experience for him to play with his Lego Star Wars stuff. Even better when it makes old toys new again!

Disclosure: I was given this item for review purposes, free of charge. I was not compensated with cash for this review. All photographs (craptastic or otherwise) are mine, and so are the random thoughts.


Did they give you information about insertable dividers? It looks like one bag will only hold one item - otherwise everything will be just as much a mess inside the bad than outside of it. Which, I suppose, at least takes the mess off the floor. It's not like I don't have that problem (having a 7 year old Star Wars maniac myself). I am looking for something affordable that holds separate sets in separate cubicles, but in the same container. Don't know if I want to buy 20 of those messenger bags...

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@Anne Nope, it doesn't have insertable dividers. I have the rest of our Lego sets in plastic bins actually. And big glass jars.