BrickTubers Network is a small group of select LEGO® YouTube channels dedicated to sharing their love for the brick toy and brick-building.

The network comprises of global members covering North America, Europe, United Kingdom and Asia Pacific.

Members' channels cover a wide variety of genres and type of videos. Explore LEGO city updates, reviews, tutorials, MOCs (my own creations), discussions and speed builds.

Check out videos on popular themes such as LEGO City, LEGO Modular Buildings, LEGO Ninjago, LEGO Batman Movie, LEGO Lord of the Rings, LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean, LEGO City, LEGO Star Wars, LEGO Marvel, LEGO DC, The LEGO Movie, LEGO Creator series and others.

The term "BrickTuber" was coined by YouTube subscriber, Mad Bikers.

LEGO® Terminology

Here are a couple of words and phrases you may hear on our BrickTubers YouTube channels:

AFOL - Adult Fan of LEGO®.

TFOL - Teen Fan of LEGO®.

MOC - My Own Creation (Refers to a custom LEGO® creation).

Bricks - This can refer to the specific LEGO® element such as a 1 x 1, 1 x 2, 2 x 2 or 2 x 4 brick. Or, it can refer to generic LEGO® parts as a collective term.

MiniFig - Abbreviation of Minifigures, the standard LEGO® figurine.

SigFig - Signature MiniFig. A representative LEGO® Minifigure of a specific person.

Clutch Power - This refers to the strength of the connection between LEGO® parts stacked on each other.

Bricklink - An online marketplace for buyer & sellers to trade in LEGO® sets and parts.

Pick-A-Brick Wall - Also abbreviated as PAB Wall, this refers to the wall of containers of LEGO® parts found in most certified LEGO® stores. Depending on the store, parts are bought by the volume in a cup (2 sizes) or by weight (in a bag)

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