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I'm looking for a kind of brick, the brand or the model, which has this specifications: The top has studs. The bottom doesn't have tubes. However, the bottom has support walls in the middle. Here is the picture:

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What is the brand for this brickset (definitely not LEGO)? Is there a term for this kind of interlocking system?

  • How does this compare scale-wise with LEGO? Is that the same dimensions as a 2x4 plate? – Zhaph - Ben Duguid Apr 3 '18 at 11:53
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    I don't have a LEGO for scale. Here's the measurements: length: 3.75 cm. width: 1.85 cm. height: 1 cm. – Muhammad Nizami Apr 5 '18 at 4:16
  • Adding onto Zhaph, how is the quality and compatibility compared to LEGO bricks? Check this pdf for reference:uploads.brickset.com/docs/clonebrands_v1.6.pdf – Samuel L. Apr 5 '18 at 4:30
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I would say it it cold come from a brand from China, I can’t identify this system, but it is the opposite of that of a normal LEGO brick. It is still a normal 2x4 plate.

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    A good clue, but still not enough information to find where to purchase new ones or know whether it's still produced. – Muhammad Nizami Apr 2 '18 at 22:10

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