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Lepin 8445Pcs Star Wars Series 05132 Ultimate Collector's Millennium Falcon Model Building Kits Blocks Bricks Children Toys

Lepin 8445Pcs Star Wars Series 05132 Ultimate Collector's Millennium Falcon Model Building Kits Blocks Bricks Children Toys Item NO: 05132

US$ 599.00
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  • About is item:
  • Travel the LEPIN® galaxy in the ultimate Millennium Falcon!
  • Most detailed LEPIN® Star Wars™ Millennium Falcon model
  • Exterior features include intricately detailed and removable hull panels
  • Also includes an informational fact plaque
  • Includes Star Wars™ Classic and Episode VII/VIII minifigures
  • Welcome to the largest, most detailed LEPIN® Star Wars Millennium Falcon model we've ever created-in fact, with 7,500 pieces it's one of our biggest LEPIN® models, period! This amazing LEGO interpretation of Han Solo's unforgettable Corellian freighter has all the details that Star Wars fans of any age could wish for, including intricate exterior detailing, upper and lower quad laser cannons, landing legs, lowering boarding ramp and a 4-minifigure cockpit with detachable canopy. Remove individual hull plates to reveal the highly detailed main hold, rear compartment and gunnery station. This amazing model also features interchangeable sensor dishes and crew
Product Name Lepin 8445Pcs Star Wars Series 05132 Ultimate Collector's Millennium Falcon Model Building Kits Blocks Bricks Children Toys
Item NO 05132
Weight 12.5000 kg = 27.5578 lb = 440.9245 oz
Category PRODUCTS > STAR WARS SETS
Brand lepin
Creation time 2019-04-18

Specifications

  • Brand :  LEPIN
  • Product Name :  Ultimate Collector's Millennium Falcon
  • Item No :  05132
  • Category :  PRODUCTS > STAR WARS SETS
  • Block Quantity :  8445 pcs
  • Age range :  12+
  • Weight :  12.500kg
  • Shipping :  Free Shipping
  • Material :  Environmentally Friendly PP+ABS
  • Duty/tax :  Duty-free


2019-08-13

Rostow Ravanan

This is the largest Lego ever made, if my information is correct. For Star Wars and Lego fans it is an absolute must have.

2019-08-02

Phil Fountain

The set is amazing. It's really fun to put together. It took me about 3 days total working non-stop. It is really big though, so only get it if you have a place to put it that's big enough.

2019-07-27

Amazon Customer

Amazing detail! Hours and hours of building enjoyment! Makes an incredible display piece!

2019-07-26

mike

real nice piece

2019-07-21

charles

My dreams as a kid have finally come true building this set.

2019-07-17

D-rex

Amazing just amazing. Brings my childhood back - a joy I can share with the kids. Great value!

2019-07-14

charles f.

Kids and I love it. Legos are a good way for kids learn how to count, learn colors, listen, follow directions and the importance of family time and working together to achieve a goal. My kids are three and six. This build is the sixth Lego set we have assembled and they looking forward to the next.

2019-07-08

TechNerd

I wish the entire Star Wars universe was available in this detailed complex set. I would retire early and just sit home and build them.

2019-07-01

Amazon Customer

Very fun

2019-07-01

Tyler W Moore

Building it reminded me of my childhood

2019-06-11

Jackal

A shload of legos! Takes a long time to put together but worth every brick if you are a fan of the Falcon.

2019-06-02

Mario Cazma

Very nice and organized

2019-05-20

Charles Barr

The set itself is well-reviewed here and elsewhere. As another reviewer mentioned, you likely already know if spending this kind of money for a very large box of plastic Lego bricks is right for you. I had no issues with the instructions or missing pieces. In fact, most every bag has had a few spares of the very small/minor pieces. I advise taking your time and enjoying the build experience, since it's unlikely you'll ever go back and attempt to disassemble/reassemble it. Instructions are complete, but need to be followed closely and methodically. I imagine it could be difficult to go back later if you got something wrong along the way. It's relatively fragile/delicate when complete and definitely meant much more for static display (vs. any play-ability). While most all of the top covers are removable, removal and installation requires a good deal of care.

There is a user-created stand available specifically for this model (all credit and thanks to the creator; Mr. Efferman) and I highly recommend considering it. This model will take up a considerable amount of space if displayed horizontally. I'm displaying this in a bookcase to minimize its footprint (an IKEA REGISSOR glass-door cabinet, specifically), so I needed a more vertical orientation. FYI, the minimum clearance requirements for an enclosed space are exactly 13.25 deep and 21.75 high.

There are two additional benefits worth noting.

One, it allows the Falcon to be moved around easier than by cradling it in your arms (instructions for which are at the end of the assembly guide). At 30+ pounds and 7500+ pieces, it's a large and cumbersome model when finished... and you do not EVER want to drop this thing accidentally (or try to figure out where one or more of those 7500+ pieces came from if they fall off). The stand also acts as a handle for transporting. It's securely attached to the model and supports it well (although you still need to exercise caution when moving).

Two, it can (and definitely has for me) aid in the building process. The stand can be attached after the completion of bag 4 and does not interfere with the remainder of the building process. It's also easier to attach it after bag 4 vs. when it's complete. It allows easy access to both the top and bottom for building and the whole thing can be re-positioned with one hand by simply using the stand to slide it around on the table.

The full parts list and assembly instructions for the stand are available for free at rebrickable (a search for Efferman 75192 should take you to it, make sure it's the one for the 75192 Falcon). There's also a method there to shop/buy all the parts via the bricklink site, if desired. You'll need to register for a bricklink account (also free) if you choose to go that route. I do not recommend buying from any sellers (including the one currently on Amazon) that do not give credit to the person who created this stand and are essentially profiting from someone else's work. It's available in genuine Lego parts (from Lego or private sellers) cheaper, anyway. I wanted a black stand (the default parts list is in grey), so I went the bricklink route and changed the colors. On a side note, this is also where I found a new, sealed, 75192 Falcon (for $80 less than listed here) from a private seller with free shipping and no sales tax (your mileage may vary). Note that a few of the stand parts aren't available in black. Namely (from the rebrickable parts list) 2x14720, 8x32123b, 6x48989, and all of the blue and red pins. It's a popular stand, so you may also find all the parts available as a kit (in grey or black) by searching on your own.

Stand assembly (following the provided instructions) is relatively straightforward. You may notice an error in the picture in step 13 where the 1x13 liftarm looks like its not attached to the pin on one end. I can verify that it does attach just fine and that no force or stress is required to assemble any part of the stand. Installation requires removing 4 of the 7 landing gear, but they are held on

2019-05-20

Charles Barr

The set itself is well-reviewed here and elsewhere. As another reviewer mentioned, you likely already know if spending this kind of money for a very large box of plastic Lego bricks is right for you. I'm nearly complete (near the end of bag 16 of 17) and have had no issues with the instructions or missing pieces. In fact, most every step has had a few spares of the very small/minor pieces. I advise taking your time and enjoying the build experience, since it's unlikely you'll ever go back and attempt to disassemble/reassemble it. Instructions are complete, but need to be followed closely and methodically. I imagine it could be difficult to go back later if you got something wrong along the way.

There is a user-created stand available specifically for this model (all credit and thanks to the creator; Mr. Efferman) and I highly recommend considering it. This model will take up a considerable amount of space if displayed horizontally. I want to display this in a bookcase to minimize its footprint (I have an IKEA REGISSOR glass-door cabinet, specifically), so I needed a more vertical orientation.

There are two additional benefits worth noting.

One, it allows the Falcon to be moved around easier than by cradling it in your arms (instructions for which are at the end of the assembly guide). At 30+ pounds and 7500+ pieces, it's a large and cumbersome model when finished... and you do not EVER want to drop this thing accidentally (or try to figure out where one or more of those 7500+ pieces came from if they fall off). The stand also acts as a handle for transporting. It's securely attached to the model and supports it well (although you still need to exercise caution when moving).

Two, it can (and definitely has for me) aid in the building process. The stand can be attached after the completion of bag 4 and does not interfere with the remainder of the building process. It's also easier to attach it after bag 4 vs. when it's complete. It allows easy access to both the top and bottom for building and the whole thing can be re-positioned with one hand by simply grabbing it by the stand and sliding it around on the table.

The full parts list and assembly instructions for the stand are available for free at rebrickable (a search for Efferman 75192 should take you to it, make sure it's the one for the 75192 Falcon). There's also a method there to shop/buy all the parts via the bricklink site. You'll need to register for a bricklink account (also free) if you choose to go that route. I wanted a black stand (the default parts list is in grey), so I went the bricklink route and changed the colors. On a side note, this is also where I found a new, sealed, 75192 Falcon (for $80 less than listed here) with free shipping and no sales tax (your mileage may vary). Note that a few of the stand parts aren't available in black. Namely (from the rebrickable parts list) 2x14720, 8x32123b, 6x48989, and all of the blue and red pins. It's a popular stand, so you may also find all the parts available as a kit (in grey or black) by searching on your own.

Stand assembly (following the provided instructions) is relatively straightforward. You may notice an error in the picture in step 13 where the 1x13 liftarm looks like its not attached to the pin on one end. I can verify that it does attach just fine and that no force or stress is required to assemble any part of the stand. Installation requires removing 4 of the 7 landing gear, but they are held on by friction only and remove very easily. The stand attaches securely and only fits in one place... locking to the underside of the Falcon with four 2x2 plates and to the internal frame with 5 pins. It can (according to the comments on bricksafe) can be installed with the cockpit at either the top or the bottom (I chose top).

Finally (if anyone is still reading), there's also top-notch lighting/sound effects kit available at brickstuff (be forewarned, it also has a top-notch price in the $200-400 range). I haven't installed it yet, but it looks to be well-

2019-05-20

Charles Barr

The set itself is well-reviewed here and elsewhere. As another reviewer mentioned, you likely already know if spending this kind of money for a very large box of plastic Lego bricks is right for you. I'm nearly complete (near the end of bag 16 of 17) and have had no issues with the instructions or missing pieces. In fact, most every bag has had a few spares of the very small/minor pieces. I advise taking your time and enjoying the build experience, since it's unlikely you'll ever go back and attempt to disassemble/reassemble it. Instructions are complete, but need to be followed closely and methodically. I imagine it could be difficult to go back later if you got something wrong along the way.

There is a user-created stand available specifically for this model (all credit and thanks to the creator; Mr. Efferman) and I highly recommend considering it. This model will take up a considerable amount of space if displayed horizontally. I want to display this in a bookcase to minimize its footprint (I have an IKEA REGISSOR glass-door cabinet, specifically), so I needed a more vertical orientation.

There are two additional benefits worth noting.

One, it allows the Falcon to be moved around easier than by cradling it in your arms (instructions for which are at the end of the assembly guide). At 30+ pounds and 7500+ pieces, it's a large and cumbersome model when finished... and you do not EVER want to drop this thing accidentally (or try to figure out where one or more of those 7500+ pieces came from if they fall off). The stand also acts as a handle for transporting. It's securely attached to the model and supports it well (although you still need to exercise caution when moving).

Two, it can (and definitely has for me) aid in the building process. The stand can be attached after the completion of bag 4 and does not interfere with the remainder of the building process. It's also easier to attach it after bag 4 vs. when it's complete. It allows easy access to both the top and bottom for building and the whole thing can be re-positioned with one hand by simply grabbing it by the stand and sliding it around on the table.

The full parts list and assembly instructions for the stand are available for free at rebrickable (a search for Efferman 75192 should take you to it, make sure it's the one for the 75192 Falcon). There's also a method there to shop/buy all the parts via the bricklink site. You'll need to register for a bricklink account (also free) if you choose to go that route. I wanted a black stand (the default parts list is in grey), so I went the bricklink route and changed the colors. On a side note, this is also where I found a new, sealed, 75192 Falcon (for $80 less than listed here) with free shipping and no sales tax (your mileage may vary). Note that a few of the stand parts aren't available in black. Namely (from the rebrickable parts list) 2x14720, 8x32123b, 6x48989, and all of the blue and red pins. It's a popular stand, so you may also find all the parts available as a kit (in grey or black) by searching on your own.

Stand assembly (following the provided instructions) is relatively straightforward. You may notice an error in the picture in step 13 where the 1x13 liftarm looks like its not attached to the pin on one end. I can verify that it does attach just fine and that no force or stress is required to assemble any part of the stand. Installation requires removing 4 of the 7 landing gear, but they are held on by friction only and remove very easily. The stand attaches securely and only fits in one place... locking to the underside of the Falcon with four 2x2 plates and to the internal frame with 5 pins. It can (according to the comments on bricksafe) be installed with the cockpit at either the top or the bottom (I chose top).

Finally (if anyone is still reading), there's also top-notch lighting/sound effects kit available at brickstuff (be forewarned, it also has a top-notch price in the $200-400 range). I haven't installed it yet, but it looks to be well-desig

2019-05-06

JS

I bought it for a grandson 13th birthday. He had been spending all of his time playing video games and com-paining that life isn’t fair. Teen stuff. Now he is building this Millennium Falcon and happy.

2019-04-30

Wyatt Smith

impressive attention to detail not one thing was left out in the design of thiss product

2019-03-22

Stereoman

This is the ultimate LEGO kit...probably the greatest that LEGO has ever offered. Expensive? Yes. Worth it? YES!!!

I bought it as a collectors item. Maybe someday I’ll build it. Maybe not. When you encounter the size and weight of the box, you’ll need to take a step back and think, “Am I ready for this project?!”

Note that LEGO does a great job of packaging this set for shipment. And kudos to Amazon for packing it in yet a bigger box to guarantee very safe shipment to your home.

Be prepared, LEGO fans: this is the biggest box you’ll (maybe ever) see!!!

2019-03-10

Edward huf

An awesome build

2019-03-08

The Guy

It’s $799.99... you should buy at least two.

Go. Big. Or. Go. Home.

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