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RogdushRogdush Member Posts: 18
edited April 2016 in Everything else LEGO

I would like to let you know about my small application, which can facilitate Lego sets collecting process.

If you are looking for local software to gather information about your Lego sets, check this one, it maybe what you are looking for. It is possible to install Unibricsum on pendrive, as it do not requires anything from the system. Data is kept in installation folder.
It is possible to import any sets from Brickset by CSV files, you do not have to import whole Brickset DB, just the sets you actually need and you are interested in. Moreover, you can mark more things, like possession of instruction or save some additional text information like missing bricks.

Feel free to check it out! It is under freeware licence.
You can find more here.


  • ShibShib Member Posts: 5,469
    Aside from being able to use this, why would I choose to use it over Brickset?

    Seeing as this seems to me to offer something similar to Brickset did you check with @huw before posting?
  • bandit778bandit778 Member Posts: 2,379
    Also, Brickset has a mobile app which you can use to keep track of sets off your wants list as well as what you own. It also comes with the added benefit of a barcode scanner for sets. As @Shib says why use it when we already have the data on Brickset? Especially if you have to go via brickset to download the csv files. Brickset also comes with the ability to state condition, instructions, completeness of set and user defined notes on the set.
  • RogdushRogdush Member Posts: 18
    I needed desktop software with local database to keep track of collected sets, not online or mobile. I haven't found anything like that and I have finally created my own tool. It is free and it is not offer of any kind. I just wanna to share it with others, who may actually need such a tool. If you are satisfied with mobile or online things, then it is not for you. Thats all!
  • HuwHuw Administrator Posts: 7,087
    edited April 2016
    @shib, we have had a conversation about it already.

    I personally don't see the need for a desktop tool these days but I guess others might find it useful.
  • MattsWhatMattsWhat Member Posts: 1,643
    ^A desktop tool which is only really useful if you don't have internet access.  If this was mobile then it might be more useful as I don't always want to eat my data up checking the full version of brickset.  I never sit at a computer that doesn't have access to the internet these days.
    bandit778 said:
    Also, Brickset has a mobile app
    Does it?  I have always wanted one but I'm sure they are all third party and not as good as the real deal.  I'll be pleased to be wrong though.

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