And it certainly does not add to structural integrity.The colours go more towards the old 1990's standard, the smaller parts the figurines seem to hang more towards the end of the 1980's.There was a little shaving and cramping on both ends, but visually the elements seemed to match and it wasn't very hard to combine parts in various manners.I would, however, not advise it on account of increased risk of wear and tear on either side. The first thing that caught my eye about the set was the great finish of the parts, things looked familiar, smooth and reusable.In this post I evaluate my personal experience with the kits of the three with a decent collection of boxes and relatively easy to find: In this review it is important to know that I have not bought any boxes of original LEGO (tm) past 2007 for myself to build, except the occasional board game.This is mainly due to the overly designed and complex building blocks used these days, and indeed the last boxes I did buy, that prevent real creativity.Some results: Next, after the slight disappointment of KAZI's finish I decided to go with Enlighten, because I had seen Sluban in some local shops and I had some faith they had done some research. Not only that, while building I actually got a little bit giddy of the smooth fit of each part onto the next.Clearly these parts had some time put in to make generic parts stack in a neat way.
In fact, if you would give me a bag of 50% LEGO (tm) and 50% These exact parts I doubt if I could easily sort them out without a building manual.Because the KAZI and Enlighten use a similar tactic, I choose to save a little space by only showing the marginally better Enlighten booklet: Building the kits turned out to be very easy for a 30 year old adult with Technical education. So I decided to keep an eye on the brick finish and quality along the way, as well as test their proper compatibility with the original branded stuff.This last part because I had heard horrible comments about that quality of the knock off boxes.I started out with building the KAZI set, of which I bought two because that meant outrageous discount in a trade-spectacular end of March.Both boxes contain the same parts and extras, nothing left to chance there. What was fairly obvious when building this set is that there is limited quality control on the molding and printing equipment.They even threw in some sea-salt glitter in the boat's wooden parts.