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LEGO STAR WARS 10143 - DEATH STAR 2

by LEGO

Price: £1,775.00
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  • Measures a full 25 inches (65 cm) high
  • 19 inches (50 cm) wide (including stand).
  • Pieces: 3417
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Item Weight8 Kg
Product Dimensions22.9 x 53.3 x 59.7 cm
Item model number4250427
Number of Puzzle Pieces3447
  
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ASINB000FTXNRI
Best Sellers Rank 438,349 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 Kg
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Date First Available20 Sep 2007
  
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Construct the galaxy's ultimate battle station! No one who saw the dreaded Death Star in the classic Star Wars films could ever forget it. Now you can build your own to add to your LEGO® Star Wars collection! This incredibly detailed and faithful replica of the Death Star II from Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi will make an awesome addition to any Star Wars collection. The partially constructed Death Star looms in space above the forest moon of Endor, super laser ready to fire. This unique collectable is sure to rank as one of the greatest LEGO Star Wars models ever produced! Includes display stand and Imperial Star Destroyer to scale. Measures a full 25 inches (65 cm) high and 19 inches (50 cm) wide (including stand).

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31 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Martin Gayford on 15 Sep 2008
For a toy aimed at children, this Lego Death Star is unbelievably expensive. I expected it to be twice the size it is at least, but when visiting the Lego shop in Brighton, I discovered otherwise. It is simply constructed from flat, triangular grey and black pieces, and regular grey block pieces (with a few special parts added). Lego used to stock these pieces to buy in a pot; if they still did you could make your own Death Star - or something very much like it - for well under £100. We are therefore expected to pay well over £200 for about 20 figures? The toy itself looks excellent - as most Lego products are - and would be already wrapped and waiting for Christmas in our house if it was reasonably priced. As it is, the only people who can afford this are obscenely well off parents, or adults who buy it for themselves. In which case, Lego should rebrand themselves as the toyshop for grown ups.
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8 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Cath Aubert on 29 Oct 2007
this product is on of the best things ive seen coming out of the lego company, i think it is definitly worth it's money and that any fan of star wars would agree with me if they bought this product, and how cleverly it is put together to make on of the most reconizable objects in our univers. in other words, it's great!
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1 of 5 people found the following review helpful By MVarela on 24 Feb 2013
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I was waiting so long for this item. Finally I could by it.
One more to my collection.
I hope Lego surprise us with more fantastic items like this one.
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Amazon.com: 22 reviews
81 of 101 people found the following review helpful
Not Well Designed 1 Jan 2007
By Jason Jackson - Published on Amazon.com
Like many my age, I grew up with Legos. My wife bought this kit for me for Christmas. I was excited. After a couple of days of work, my excitement had turned to frustration and finally to anger. This kit is poorly designed, and the instructions are not well thought out. First, the "Death Star" is built on a base that you construct of Legos. This base is not very sturdy. The instructions said to put a bunch of parts just on one side. Left alone, the structure would tip over because of the imbalance. Much of the structure had such flimsy connections that the slightest thing would break connections. I don't mean the quality of the Legos; those things are impossible to break. I mean the way in which various bars, hinges, etc were put together.

In the end my wife and I probably spent 40 hours building something that would not hold together. I love Legos but this kit gets nothing but ill will for me. For lack of a better phrase, this kit sucks.
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Challenging, but worthwhile 23 July 2008
By Andrew D. Haycock - Published on Amazon.com
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Probably the most challenging Lego set I've put together. Many have complained about its durability during construction and while I did have several challenges, was able to get it together with only minor difficulties. Once the first half of it is complete (the "incomplete half", I highly recommend moving it wherever it will eventually end up, complete the final steps and finally attach everything to it. It will be difficult to move once it is complete.

My only two complaints are that the stage where you are to attach both portions of the incomplete half are difficult (I recommend super glue, since I found that until I got them both on, either of them fell off easily) and that I was shorted a bag of pieces and had to get replacements online.

Overall a challenging kit, but definitely worthwhile. One final bit of advice-during one of the first steps you attach the "steering wheel"-looking thing to the base. Make sure no prongs of this are covered by the support, or you will have to work backwards to uncover them.
43 of 58 people found the following review helpful
LIKE BUILDING WITH TOOTHPICKS 24 Aug 2007
By Karen D. Johnson - Published on Amazon.com
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My son purchased this set for me for my birthday. I am an adult female and have put together many lego sets. After 4 days, my frustration level had hit a peak and the set has been put away. Everytime you try and attach a piece, a former piece falls off, especially the circle which holds the lasers. Put in a laser, the circle falls apart. Great design but extremely poor construction. Would have been a great set if the legos just stayed in place the first time instead of reattatching them 10 times.
12 of 16 people found the following review helpful
It took awhile but it's finally together 15 Nov 2007
By darkfire109 - Published on Amazon.com
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I got this set as a gift and it is enormous. There are lots of small pieces that take a while to put together. After a few weeks of putting this together, it turned out great. With as much time as I've invested in building this, it's displayed well out of the reach of my 4 year old and the cats. This is a great set for Star Wars/Lego fans.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Fun but not durable 30 Dec 2007
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I am twelve years old and have put numerous star wars sets together. This set took me four days and probably a total of 24 hours. The set is fun and educational but its not that durable and hard to move around. I thought it would be more challenging but I found the directions really by the book. It was really easy to put together and had a fun few days with it. Now I am looking for more of a challenging lego set. Maybe I'll be able to get the Milleniun Falcon for my birthday.
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