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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP23 Jan 2020 9:44 p.m. PST

…Incredibly Detailed But Impossibly Fragile Build.

"There are some Lego sets that are built like a tank, such as the recent 3,300-piece Tim Burton Batmobile allowing collectors to get in a bit of play time too. Lego's new International Space Station appears to be just the opposite. It's lavishly detailed, but like the real thing it needs to be handled with care or will it come catastrophically crashing down to Earth.


Built on a smaller scale the Lego ISS uses just 864 pieces and as a result will cost just $70 USD when it officially releases on February 1, but that's not to imply there's not a lot to build and explore with this set. Based on yet another member-submitted Lego Ideas creation that managed to attract the interest of over 10,000 fans who voted in support, the International Space Station measures 19-inches wide and includes eight sets of adjustable solar panels, a posable Canadarm2 for assisting with station maintenance and other missions, a pair of astronaut microfigures (smaller than the standard Lego minifigure) and even a tiny matching version of the Space Shuttle…"

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Covert Walrus04 Feb 2020 2:39 a.m. PST

I'll ask a friend off mine in Melbourne, Australia – She got one the other day.

Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP06 Feb 2020 1:11 p.m. PST

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