Trio Sets For Sale at GeoTrax Packs
Since I normally only post information about GeoTrax (and now Trio) sets after I've actually had them in hand, you'll find several gaps in the listings. I do it this way so I can see for myself what is included in a given set and so I can take my own pictures of the components.
As of this writing, I still have a few more sets (or partial sets) in my possession that I need to photograph and subsequently post. I hope to get to them in the next few weeks.
3 Trio Subjects That Are Fan Favorites
Like the dinosaur shown above, Trio Creatures are always a favorite among the kids. They're one of the easier types of things to build with Trio bricks, sticks, and panels.
That said, it took me a couple of tries to get that dinosaur put together "correctly". Fortunately, just like LEGOs, there isn't really a correct way to build with Trio pieces. You can put them together as suggested in the instruction booklets or make your own design.
Besides creatures, medieval structures such as castles are also very popular in the Trio line.
The dragon is a pretty cool part of the Wizard's Castle. In addition to the dark Wizard's Castle shown here, you can get a King's Castle and other related castle-like building sets.
Batman, Robin, and their arch enemies are among the most often featured Trio sets.
The Trio Batcave is probably unlike any other you've seen or imagined, but it's probably the best you can do with Trio pieces.
The cave door swings out but stays connected to the main portion of the cave both on its "hinges" and with a zip line cord.
The Batmobile is a great inclusion in this set, especially since you get a minifig of Batman himself.
I hope you find these and other Trio sets to be interesting additions to GeoTrax Packs. If there are other similar toys you'd appreciate seeing here, just send me a note about them.