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100,000. Or, how many pieces do you own?

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  • gelkstergelkster MN, USAMember Posts: 607
    edited September 2016
    I have 342 sets (322 different), but they only have piece counts for 318 of them. So I'm assuming upwards of 70,000 pcs total.
  • MissKittyFantasticoMissKittyFantastico AustraliaMember Posts: 197
    A bit over 200,000 it seems, and (the last ten minutes spent hitting page down on my browser and tapping into my phone calculator) about 150,000 of those in sets assembled and on display.  Which is more than I'd expected there to be outside of the storage bins, but I suppose there are an awful lot of full shelves now I come to think about it.
    Legogramkiki180703stlux
  • Dtrimpi87Dtrimpi87 San DiegoMember Posts: 56


    Next month will be a year that I've been collecting. Not too bad. About 1020 minifigs.

    stluxRenegade007cjh
  • SumoLegoSumoLego New YorkMember Posts: 13,713
    MaffyD said:
    ^ Thats really interesting. I'll give it a look. Wonder how reliable it is?
    On the demographic side, it accurately describes me.  Although, I don't live in Singapore.

    It's a bit spooky.
    MaffyDkiki180703
  • MaffyDMaffyD West YorkshireMember Posts: 2,889
    ^ you drive a Fiat? :-)
  • TigerMothTigerMoth Member Posts: 2,343
    edited September 2016
    MaffyD said:
    ^ you drive a Fiat? :-)
    That might come down to how the question is asked. Many Americans drive cars produced by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, although they don't necessarily say "Fiat" on the front.
  • MaffyDMaffyD West YorkshireMember Posts: 2,889
    Fiat own Chrysler? Hang on... off for a quick google...

    Well, I never did. Are Chryslers as crappy as Fiats then? I'd always thought they were more... durable.
  • Lego_Nerd98Lego_Nerd98 Fort Worth, Texas, USAMember Posts: 235
    I own just under 200 sets, and over 30,000 pieces in my personal collection. If you include the new sets that I'm selling, that'd be another 8,000-10,000 pieces in about 2 dozen sets.
  • SumoLegoSumoLego New YorkMember Posts: 13,713
    MaffyD said:
    ^ you drive a Fiat? :-)
    Eh?  The stats it shows me would be a 1982 Porsche powered by a lithium ion battery.  (Such a Porsche doesn't exist...)


    TheMaker37
  • TigerMothTigerMoth Member Posts: 2,343
    SumoLego said:
    MaffyD said:
    ^ you drive a Fiat? :-)
    Eh?  The stats it shows me would be a 1982 Porsche powered by a lithium ion battery.
    It depends on which data source you have selected.
  • Lego34sLego34s Member Posts: 36
    @Recce You must have some pretty big sets.... im just coming up to 2500 sets but im on about 325k of pieces...... and Brickset has piece counts for 1850ish of mine.....
  • legomentallegomental UkMember Posts: 345
    I've never got round to doing an inventory but our collection will look pitifully small compared to some on here I'm sure yet seems vast when you have no storage space!
  • MaffyDMaffyD West YorkshireMember Posts: 2,889
    edited September 2016
    SumoLego said:
    MaffyD said:
    ^ you drive a Fiat? :-)
    Eh?  The stats it shows me would be a 1982 Porsche powered by a lithium ion battery.  (Such a Porsche doesn't exist...)

    <snip>
    I must've hit this link as I browsed:

    https://www.quantcast.com/bricksetforum.com?country=US#/dlx-auto
  • TigerMothTigerMoth Member Posts: 2,343
    It was worth it just for the image of Sumo squeezed into the original Fiat 500!
    SumoLego
  • RecceRecce Tiny Little Red DotMember Posts: 919
    Lego34s said:
    @Recce You must have some pretty big sets.... im just coming up to 2500 sets but im on about 325k of pieces...... and Brickset has piece counts for 1850ish of mine.....
    Do you collect the minifigure series? Many tend to enter them as individuals, which brickset counted as sets. I bought them in boxes but enter as set of 16 figures, discarding the extras, so my set count won't be inflated. 

    As to ratio of the set sizes, I have only about 152 sets with piece count >900, the rest are medium and small sets. The figure also include some key chains, books etc. 
  • Peter1975Peter1975 DeventerMember Posts: 166

    to bad, about 100 items haven't got a retail prices. Looks like my collection is not so valueble.  :( 
  • Lego34sLego34s Member Posts: 36
    Only 152 over 900, im sure thats more than 95% of people on here including me nearly 3 times over... I do collect Minifgures and they probably do count as sets... but technically there are a set and bigger than some minfig only polybags. TC-4 is 3 pieces
  • Lego34sLego34s Member Posts: 36
    Can I ask if anyone insures their lego separately... as a special insurance, or as a line item on a normal house / contents policy. Often wondered at what point its a collection and how much insurance costs........
  • 3fim23fim2 canadaMember Posts: 14
    lol i proboably have 1000
  • TigerMothTigerMoth Member Posts: 2,343
    Lego34s said:
    Can I ask if anyone insures their lego separately... as a special insurance, or as a line item on a normal house / contents policy. Often wondered at what point its a collection and how much insurance costs........
    That'll depend on the country. There's a thread about it around here somewhere...
  • MooreFXMooreFX CaliforniaMember Posts: 84
    Lego34s said:
    Can I ask if anyone insures their lego separately... as a special insurance, or as a line item on a normal house / contents policy. Often wondered at what point its a collection and how much insurance costs........
    You will need to ask an insurance agent because each policy is different.  It depends on where you live.  Policies for earthquake, flood, and fire may have sub-limits and not offer riders to increase coverage.  I am not that knowledgeable.  We recently renewed our policy and noticed the new sub-limits on collectibles, toys, jewelry, and wine. 
  • RecceRecce Tiny Little Red DotMember Posts: 919
    Lego34s said:
    Can I ask if anyone insures their lego separately... as a special insurance, or as a line item on a normal house / contents policy. Often wondered at what point its a collection and how much insurance costs........
    Premiums meant for specialised policies  other than the standard house insurance tend to be expensive. If you're constantly having fear of thief or flood etc then for peace of mind it's better to get one. 

    For me I don't fear so much and will not pay for the monthly premiums as the money is better spent on other stuffs. 
  • 12651265 The Great State of TexasMember Posts: 987


    Item count/different high since I list each collectable minifigure.  It's been about a year since last updated, so I do have more to add.

  • RecceRecce Tiny Little Red DotMember Posts: 919
    Lego34s said:
    Only 152 over 900, im sure thats more than 95% of people on here including me nearly 3 times over... I do collect Minifgures and they probably do count as sets... but technically there are a set and bigger than some minfig only polybags. TC-4 is 3 pieces
    Just remembered those minifigures that I bought loose (about 20+) I did enter into Brickset for tracking purpose. 

    Also, around 300 (inclusive of Mixels) of my 2000+ sets are polybags :) 
  • stluxstlux LuxembourgMember Posts: 2,391
    353 items, adding up to 72026 pieces. Not many loose bricks yet, but that is changing rapidly. Pretty sure I'll hit 100K sometime in 2017.
  • piratemania7piratemania7 New EnglandMember Posts: 2,143
    I surpassed the 100,000 piece count not long ago - when I look around the room it's hard to believe that much LEGO is there, I think reaching 150,000 or more will be a more difficult task since I have parred down my collection model to be very focused and precise.  Getting to 100,000 wasn't as challenging because I wanted so much!
    tallblocktookiki180703Mordoor
  • khmellymelkhmellymel United KingdomMember Posts: 1,279

    You own 483 items, 412 different.

    We have piece counts for 387 of them. You own 42099 pieces.

    Sadly, I have not updated (or really been on Brickset!) for the better part of a year, so that piece count is inaccurate now... and I have no real concept of how inaccurate it is!  Now that I realise this, it's going to bug me until I update...

  • PaperballparkPaperballpark Near ManchesterMember Posts: 4,003
    @khmellymel so update it! :) You'll feel so much better when you have... ;)
    stluxtallblocktookhmellymelstarwars4everkiki180703BumblepantsVorpalRyuMynatt
  • BrownRiceMafiaBrownRiceMafia USAMember Posts: 18
    25,756 for the 132 sets Brickset has piece counts for, plus 10 sets they don't.

    With drafts and PAB and BL and other loose bricks included, I'm probably around 30,000 total.
  • beegeedeebeegeedee Galway, IrelandMember Posts: 380
    around the 100k mark. Brickset has 93000ish but I know I've got a whole load of sets I've not added. Not been buying as been saving for other stuff like a new camera.
  • boadboad United KingdomMember Posts: 22
    Apparently I only have 1447 pieces...Obv not updated lol
  • PaperballparkPaperballpark Near ManchesterMember Posts: 4,003
    It now says I have 158,108 parts. I still reckon it's actually well over 200,000.
  • AllBrickAllBrick UKMember Posts: 1,477
    I'm having trouble loading my sets from Brickset to Rebrickable, IG wouldn't update so I removed them all and now nothing will upload. Suggestions if possible please.
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