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LEGO Star Wars Super Star Destroyer 10221 (Discontinued by manufacturer)
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- Includes Darth Vader, Admiral Piett, Dengar and Bossk minifigures and also includes IG-88 figure
- Center section lifts off to reveal command center
- Includes display stand and data sheet label
- Measures nearly 50 inches (124.5 cm) long and weighs nearly 8 pounds (3.5kg)
- 3152 pieces
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The Super Star Destroyer Executor has arrived! This jaw-dropping vessel served as command ship at the Battle of Endor and as the personal flagship of Darth Vader in the classic Star Wars movies. With its classic dagger-shaped design, the Executor is among the largest and most powerful vessels in the Star Wars galaxy. With over 3,000 pieces, measuring nearly 50 inches (124.5 cm) long and weighing nearly 8 pounds (3.5 kg), every aspect of this fantastic LEGO Star Wars model impresses. Includes Darth Vader, Admiral Piett, Dengar, Bossk and IG-88 minifigures. Features over 3,000 pieces!
Top Customer Reviews
I have to disagree with the first reviewer who said it didn't look right. I've seen the movies countless times and I also have various models of the same ship and it looks fantastic. This bears repeating since it's obviously the set's best quality, when the ship is completed and sitting on the table in front of you it is truly HUGE!
Building it varied from fun to tedious to frustrating, but this may be because it's the first Lego set I've put together. The instruction manual, which was pretty easy to follow, is bigger than many coffee table books and is impressive in it's own right. I'd say it took a total of 16 hours to complete. There's a feeling of pride and childlike giddiness that comes when you stand looking at the finished product. I've got a friend who has the huge $500 Lego Millennium Falcon and both Death Stars and he's quite jealous of it.
I have to mention that my experience with Lego customer service has been nothing less than the best I've had with any company recently. My set was missing a few pieces and the guy on the phone apologized profusely and offered me a free figure of any character they made. So I asked if they had Emperor Palpatine shooting lightning out of his hands. The guy said it would be no problem even though it's apparently from a set they're not producing anymore, so they sent it to me straight from the factory in Denmark. On top of that he doubled the Lego VIP points I received with my purchase from 400 to 800 and I was able to buy my little cousin a video game from their website.
Overall it was a great experience all around. If you are a passionate Star Wars collector or even just a hardcore fan who wants something amazing you can show off to your friends, this is absolutely worth it if you can afford it. I'm happy to give it my highest recommendation!
I was 6 years old when Star Wars came out, and immediately became a lifelong fan. I was 10 when Empire came out, and 13 for Jedi. Outside of Star Wars, my childhood was packed with Legos. I had all kinds of sets, but there were no "star wars" sets back then, not like now, so I used to build my own "giant spaceships" like star destroyers out of what legos I had around. No, they didn't look anything like a read star destroyer, but it was FUN.
Now, seeing this product, I thought "This IS my childhood!" How can you put a price on that?
Now, just to let you know, these are part of the "UCS" or Ultimate Collector's Series of toys. They have ALL gone up in value over the years because they are limited edition collector's sets. Once Lego stops making them, they are GONE.
I made a huge mistake NOT getting the Millennium Falcon UCS set. I could have got it for $500 a few years ago, and I sadly I didn't. When I went back online later, when I had some more money to buy one, they were all selling for about $3500 each. That's right: a 700% return. The lowest return on a UCS set, so far is 200% value. The average value increase is somewhere in between. The original Star Destroyer UCS set went from $300 to $2000 over about 8 years.
I'm not making the same mistake twice. I bought 2 of these: 1 for myself for display, and one to hold onto as an investment. I did the same with the Red 5 X-Wing UCS set.
But at the end of the day, the SSD looks fantastic as a set piece on my wall shelf, and it was really FUN to build a lego set some 30 years after I built my last one. I forgot how much FUN Legos are!!!
Put aside some time for this one though, it took up a whole table and took me about 5 nights, 3 hours a night, to finish it. I had a few pieces left over, which was fine.
This is not a Lego set for the very young, but would be good for most mature pre-teens, and mid-teen Lego artisans. Younger than 10? Highly rare for a child under the age of 10 to have the patience and attention to detail that this model demands. If you are under 10 and did this, I commend you! If your child under 10 did this; you are to be commended along with that child!
This was one of only a couple of Lego models I have built over the years that gave me sheer joy at every step. I hoped, and waited, and finally got what I longed for: Executor. Before you ask: I am 34. This took me nearly 20 hours, spread out, on a 6' x 6' table. I didn't rush, you probably shouldn't either, so expect to lose the use of the table for a while. Keep cats, and other acrobatic pets or small children at bay: there are many, many, small pieces. Make sure your surface (floor and table) are high contrast colors, like light blue, dark brown, or similar, so the pieces don't blend in.
Best of luck, and enjoy!