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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||14.88 x 18.9 x 2.78 in||11.1 x 18.9 x 2.91 in||10.31 x 11.1 x 2.32 in||11.1 x 21.26 x 3.09 in||14.88 x 13.94 x 2.78 in||18.9 x 22.91 x 4.88 in|
|Item Weight||3.5 lbs||3.5 lbs||1.05 lbs||3.2 lbs||4 lbs||8.54 lbs|
|Number of Pieces||940||738||412||854||708||2,741|
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You get to build 3 small spaceships in addition to Benny's really big spaceship, which is clever and cool and very fun. Two of the mini spaceships you build clip on the ends of Benny's wings. Man, I want to take this to show and tell but I can't figure out how to carry it on the subway to work. 😄 The minifigures are super cool and as shown in the pictures, all the good guys come with matching Benny blue space 'suits'. It's an excellent set and sturdy and has the typical joy Lego can bring to its fans. I would recommend this to intermediate to expert builders. Have fun!
We are a Lego family, my kids are playing with the sets I played with when I was 8. This was a Christmas gift for my son, he loves it, and we had a great time building and playing with it. The sad part about Lego kids today, and the sets in general, they're typically very complicated (the millennium falcon) to assemble and the myriad of specialty pieces make it impossible to reassemble if you have a lot of Lego and quite frankly, even if I were 12 again I don't believe I'd want to take it apart either...they're too darn cool! As far as authenticity, this is a great representation of the movie ship and I cannot find any variances. Fun set, great job Lego!
When I watched the Lego movie, I loved this vehicle (and the character of Benny), because I grew up building and playing with the Lego spaceships of the late 80s and early 90s (Blacktron, Space Police, Ice Planet, Spyrius, etc., etc.). This set was pure nostalgia for me. Building it "felt" like those old big spaceship sets, and there are lots of pieces and aesthetic elements in this set that recall the classic Lego spaceships. Its design is much more modern however, so the end result is ultimately sleeker and more complex than the old sets. I guess what I'm trying to say is that it manages to be a great modern Lego set, without losing the classic "feel" of the heyday of Lego spaceships.
It's been probably 15 years since I last bought a Lego set for myself (I've been consistently buying them as gifts for young relatives though). That's how good this set is.
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.
I was happy to see they used sequential bags so you only need open one bag at a time (of 7.) This way you didn't need to take up the whole table to sort out the bricks before you began building. This really makes it easier to build, but not too easy that you forget to have fun.
I was stopping to take a picture after each step but it took me longer than I expected to put together, I ended up having to stop for the night and finish the next day- I'd say a good 6 hours at a leisurely pace- not trying to break any build records here.
The box art may leave you confused if you are getting Benny with or without the "broken" helmet as he is pictured both ways on the box- you only get the pre-broken helmet, so he will look like Benny from the movie.
Each ship comes with a flat brick with a unique code on it- it can be used to unlock something in the Lego Movie video games- not something I was interested in but would have been nice had someone in the house had the games or cared to play them.
I was a little disappointed with the design- for a $100 spaceship I expect perfection- I found the cockpit, especially where the "glass" comes down in front a little lacking- one flat brick should have cleaned that up. Also surprised at how many spring-powered weapons there are - the red ones in particular seem to be set off with just a touch- I would have prefered a build option without the spring loaded weapons- don't want to lose a piece accidentally shooting it behind a couch or something.