LEGO Movie 70816 Benny's Spaceship, Spaceship, Spaceship! Building Set (Discontinued by manufacturer)
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- Includes 4 minifigures with accessories: Benny, Robo Emmet, Space Wyldstyle and Robo Pilot, plus an Astro Kitty figure
- Spaceship features opening cockpit, 2 spring-loaded laser shooters, 4 flick missiles, extendable wings, spring-loaded space cannons, 2 stud blasters
- Also has triple exhaust booster, control room with opening roof, computers, hammer and wrench, satellite dish, 2 spacebots and translucent elements
- Watch The LEGO Movie to see all your favorite characters in action! Benny's Spaceship measures over 4" high, 20" long and 16" wide
- Detachable wing flyers each measure over 1" high, 3" long and 3" wide; Robo Police interceptor measures over 1" high, 4" long and 4" wide
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Benny may have spent too much time in space with a lack of oxygen, but this wacky character is also a Master Builder. Help him construct the Spaceship, Spaceship, SPACESHIP! of his dreams then help the heroes to evade the Robo Police interceptor. Open the central roof to access the computers and tools in the control room. Push the middle exhaust to extend the wings, unleash the hidden spring-loaded cannons and fire the stud blasters. Raise the satellite dish to release the spacebots. And if all that's not enough to fend off the enemy, detach the wing flyers to triple the threat. Includes 4 minifigures with accessories: Benny, Robo Emmet, Space Wyldstyle and Robo Pilot, plus an Astro Kitty figure.
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|Item Dimensions||18.9 x 14.88 x 2.78 in||18.9 x 11.1 x 2.91 in||7.52 x 2.32 x 13.94 in||10.31 x 7.52 x 1.81 in||13.94 x 7.52 x 2.76 in||13.94 x 14.88 x 2.78 in|
|Item Weight||—||3.5 lbs||—||0.65 lb||0.5 lb||2.4 lbs|
|Number of Pieces||940||738||285||197||314||708|
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With this much charm in the movie, the s.S.S. has big brick shoes to fill. At 940 pieces for a $100 retail price, it's a pretty good price per piece without being ridiculously expensive like some of the boutique pieces. Compare to the Super Star Destroyer. Yes, it had 3152 pieces, but it retailed for $400, putting the price per piece higher than Benny's ship, and this isn't ridiculously priced for a birthday or Christmas present. It's also a very retro mix of pieces, though with modern construction techniques. The blue and yellow body hearken back to the early days of Lego Space, before Futuron, Space Police, Mars Exploration, Ice Planet, Blactron, and of course Star Wars. The yellow accents are a nice touch. I never thought we'd get the X-Wing canopy piece in old space yellow. An even better touch is the number of the ship: LL 929. This is one more than the old Galaxy Explorer set, with LL 928 emblazoned on the side. (There was also LL 918 and LL 924, so we're continuing a grand tradition.)
The construction is satisfying and fun. By building the ships in modules, you only open bags of pieces as you're about to use them, minimizing search time. Lego Technic construction techniques were borrowed here and there, especially on the engines. Time and again I found myself wondering why a piece was connected in a particular way, only to find that it was to enable some play feature or another. I didn't read the box as carefully as I should, allowing me to be pleasantly surprised by the engine that pushes in to contract the wings. There are also four spring-loaded missile launchers, two scout ships that can detach for independent action, a hatch containing tools and a fun reactor, and liberal use of decals. The old-school space control decos are recreated as a long decal atop a pair of finishing pieces, so your lego minifigs can control the ship the way vintage space ships were meant to be controlled. Oh, and a radar dish that raises and reveals a pair of robots to go forth into the night.
The ship is incredibly sturdy, and has a lovely heft to it. I haven't subjected it to a drop test, but I imagine a few bits would fall off but the overall structure would remain intact. It looks great from every angle, though the least care was spent on the bottom. I've added a few accents here and there with the extra pieces included. (Another aspect of modern Lego construction is the inclusion of a few extra pieces. No doubt it's cheaper to target the bags so that you get what you need or slightly more, rather than exactly what you need. It's a nice practice, one that I took advantage of.)
Minifig selection is very movie oriented. This is fine, given what the ship is, though if you're picking this up to mine for pieces for classic space building the figures won't be of much use to you. Benny is a must and with his aforementioned cracked helmet and scratched chest logo he's everything you'd want him to be. You can even swivel his head around to get a classic Lego smile. Also included are space decos of Wildstyle and Unikitty, which are fun. I can't get enough of the modern usages of the classic space logo. The set includes a robot-disguise Emmet, which is thematically appropriate, and a robot with an Octan flight suit to pursue them in a cute little black craft. I'll probably repurpose that as a Blacktron ship. I'm planning to get some classic astronaut figures in different colors to man the s.S.S., so the minifig selection isn't optimal for me, but it's totally appropriate given the scope of the movie.
In short, a beautiful ship that works wonderfully as a Lego Movie piece, fits in perfectly with a Classic Space collection, or just for parts for you to build your own grand Classic Space adventure. It's rare that a fully modern toy can invoke feelings of nostalgia, but if you grew up with Lego Space this set may just manage to do it. Spaceship, Spaceship, SPACESHIP!!!
As for playability, I think this set is tremendous. The main ship can hold all "good guy" figures in the cockpit, has multiple adjustable pieces including the main dish and the fins, has two detachable mini ships on the tips of the wings that can each hold one figure, has the ability to move the wings in and out to adjust the size as well as expose the primary missile launchers, and (speaking of missiles) has four launchers that actively shoot as well as four more manually removed missiles in the very front. That, and you get a villain and his ship! As someone who hates keeping track of loose pieces, I think it's awesome that the villain's gun is meant to be clipped on to the back of his ship when he's in the cockpit.
The one thing that I wish were included would be an old-time laser gun for Barney. He has a walkie-talkie, which is super cool to see again, but I'd love to see the gun, too.
The one thing that I loathe about these newer sets is the use of stickers. Arrrgggg, I hate the stickers! I'm just a perfectionist and am worried about getting them misaligned. Outside of that, though, this is a phenomenal set.
Highly recommended, whether you're a fan of the older Space Legos or not. It's discontinued, so get it while you can!
The set is pretty accurate to what was in the movie, it doesn't come with Metalbeard nor Batman.
The design of this set incorporated the same color scheme used in the LEGO Classic Space theme that was around in the late '70's early '80's.
A bit of trivia, the number designation of the ship is LL929. The last ship that was in the old Classic Space theme was LL928, the Galaxy Explorer.
Back to the set, it comes with 4 minifigures, Benny, Emmet disguised as a robot, Wildstyle in a space outfit, and an Octan robo-pilot. It also includes a Uni-Kitty dressed in a space suit, and you get to build two robots.
In this set you will find 4 vehicles to fly around. Benny's space ship, and two fighters that detach from it to help him fight Lord Business' minions, and an Octan ship.
This set has quite a few features in playbility. There is room for all the minifigures in the ship with two seats in the main cockpit and two additional seats in a compartment that sits in the middle. Space Uni-Kitty gets her own spot on the ship so she can see the action.
All in all, it's a great set and a must have if you're a fan of LEGO space themes.