CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Lego Star Wars Death Star II
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- Death Star replica perfect for play or display
- Assemble this impressive Star Wars battle station
- Built to scale with original
- 3,417-piece set and display stand
- 25 Inches High
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Recommended for ages 16 years and up, this faithful replica is more than just a kid's toy. The intricately detailed Lego Star Wars Death Star II is sure to impress Star Wars fans as much as Lego collectors. Half the fun is assembling the Death Star, and the other half is showing it off to your friends. This model includes its own display stand, perfect for placing on a computer desk. Measuring 19 inches wide and 25 inches high (with display stand), the Lego Death Star is to scale with the original -- 160 kilometers in diameter -- and incorporates an impressive 3,417 pieces.
The world-famous building block set encourages a unique type of play that is fun, creative, engaging, and challenging. Taking its name from an abbreviation of two Danish words, "leg godt," meaning "play well," LEGO has been inspiring children and adults to do just that since 1932. Seventy-five years later, LEGO is one of the world's largest toy manufacturers, with products sold in 130 countries.
What's in the Box
Death Star replica with 3,417 pieces and display stand.
Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My husband has this set in his star wars collection... constructed in 2008. The weight of the lower half is causing it to separate and may require disassembly to correct. Read morePublished 4 months ago by kevin
i am a twelve year old, and i have to say, it was not as good. I would recommend actually reading the reviews before you attempt to get. Read morePublished 8 months ago by SomerD
My parents bought this for me a few years ago, I'm 17 now, probably 12 at the time. Anyways I have always loved legos but this was one of the most challenging pieces i had ever... Read morePublished on January 2, 2014 by Dominick Howard
This product just costs to much! I didnt even buy it but the price is like a monster!Why cant it just reduce money?Published on May 14, 2013 by robloxdude
I just finished assembling this kit for the 2nd time. As it was the first time I put this together (back in 2005), I found this set to be challenging, and sometimes a downright... Read morePublished on March 1, 2013 by T. Morris
LEGO, you're out of control with your costs.. way to make a product that only .01% of the population on this planet could ever affordPublished on October 29, 2012 by Kristen Simoson
Just letting people know, I have this, and I got it for 300 dollars so I think its a rip off on here.Published on October 3, 2011 by Anon