DISCOVERY DINOSAUR JIGSAWS GIVEAWAY
We’ve been given a set of three Discovery Dinosaur Jigsaws to give away – and a set to enable us to photograph them.
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So normally jigsaws are rainy day activities – but in a bid to distract from Fortnite, we unboxed some new ones this evening, sent to us from Bort Shopping in Devon, with a set of three to give away! We love dinosaurs like most households with children and jigsaws let everyone get involved so dinosaur jigsaws are always a win here!
Discovery Dinosaur Jigsaws
Discovery Dinosaur Jigsaws are unusual and take more concentration than normal because they’re lenticular. Manufactured using prime lenses to make them look 3D and move a little if you tilt them or move your head. So, yes, lenticular. It’s one of the words I learned a few years ago and take great pleasure in using. If you don’t know what it means, now you have a minute of educating yourself and you can then try like me to use the word as often as possible. Haha.
So we have three jigsaws – a t-rex, triceratops and a set of two friendly raptors. We set out to make the t-rex first.
Any T-rex product causes a great deal of head shaking in our home but I’m pleased to say that these jigsaws passed the test with the mighty t-rex having just two dinosaur fingers. Correct. You have no idea how many books we read where t-rexes have three fingers. Who does that? Plenty of people in design it seems. Anyhow, these are genuine t-rex.
Each Discovery Dinosaur Jigsaw is made up of 150 pieces and out of the box each one measures 46 cm x 31 cm (18″ x 12″) but in the box they’re 20 cm x 20 cm x 5 cm. Sadly the box is a rip top opening but you can close them by tucking the flap in – plus the boxes are lenticular too and very cool according to Hero.
Where to buy your Discovery Dinosaur Jigsaws
If you’d rather not wait, you can buy your jigsaws here – there’s an offer at Borth Shopping!
Normal retail for each jigsaw is £10.99 plus delivery (£2.98) – but you can buy each one for £9.99 plus delivery, or all three together for with free delivery.
I like a dippy diplodocus!
Mine is stegasaurous !
love the t-rex
Arlo, my great grandson, is the dinosaur fan and he loves Triceratops
Pterodactyl – Flying dinosaurs are cool!
My son says his favourite is a Tyrannosaurus Rex
the mighty t rex of course lol x
Mines the Brachiosaurus
My favourite dinosaur has been a Parasauralophus since I was a kid. My son has also adopted my love of them and his favourite is a Stigymolok
I love Velocepraptors as I think they were probably the most intelligent, and also cos my cats remind me of them lol!
T- rex fpr us
I like the flying dinosaurs like pterodactyls.x
My favourite dinosaur is brontosaurus.
I like a T Rex!
I have a bit of a soft spot for the really ugly ones such as the Balaur.
It has to be the amazing Sauroposeidon
My grandson lol. T’Rex
The Pteradactyl – the flying bird dinosaurs were my favourite – so unusual.
My fave one is the Elasmosaurus.
I like the Pterodactyl because of the way the word looks when written down
Barney of course, although we like any Tyrannosaurus Rex
I like the triceratops
Mine is a stegosaurus
I love the Diplodocus. Big vegetarian!
I like the Stegosaurus which is such a defensive tank.
T Rex is my favourite because of Toy Story!
Our grandson loves Triceratops
We like T-Rex
My favourite dinosaur is a Sauropod, he looks like such a gentle giant!
The pterodactyl has always been my favourite
I like the Argentinosaurus because it’s such a huge beast.
Tyrannosaurus Rex is my favourite – big, bold and beautiful!
i’d say a diplodocus – because they’re vegetarian like me!
We love the fearsome Spinosaurus!
T-rex. Love the little arms!!
My fave dinosaur is a T-Rex
Velociraptor is my favourite but I wouldn’t like to meet one 😉
The diplodocus- not too scary!
We love the t rex
My son loves T. rex.
Has to be the big bad T-Rex!!
Mine and my sons favourite dinosaur is the Triceratops it just looks awesome
My favourite dinosaur is a diplodocus – gentle giants
Nice! I love dinosaurs!