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The new LEGO® Star Wars™ Imperial Star Destroyer™ set


Four Bricks Tall
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LEGO Group announces a new stunning LEGO Star Wars set – the Ultimate Collector Series Imperial Star Destroyer measuring 110cm in length

[September 5, 2019] One of the most feared ships in the Star Wars™ galaxy is flying into LEGO Stores on September 18 as the LEGO Star Wars™ Imperial Star Destroyer™ set arrives from the galaxy far, far away to provide an all-new build experience for LEGO brick and Star Wars™ fans alike.

The Imperial Star Destroyer set measures 110cm long and is comprised of 4,784 bricks. The new addition to the LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series (UCS) brings to life the fan favourite vessel of the Galactic Empire in LEGO brick form like never before.

The new UCS Imperial Star Destroyer™ construction set is complete with a buildable Tantive IV ship, allowing fans to recreate the iconic opening scene from Star Wars: A New Hope in their own home.

The UCS Imperial Star Destroyer™ - nicknamed the Devastator – includes swivelling guns, a tilting radar dish, huge engine exhausts and intricate surface detailing along its 110cm-long surface.

This galactic civil war UCS set also includes a display stand with informational fact plaque and two brand new unique LEGO minifigures with blasters – the Imperial Officer and Imperial Crew Member minfigures – making it the perfect LEGO Star Wars collectible for discerning fans.

When paired with its display stand, the model measures over 17” (44cm) high, 43” (110cm) long and 26” (66cm) wide, and over 14” (37cm) high without stand.

The 75252 LEGO Star Wars Star Destroyer is available directly from LEGO stores and www.shop.lego.com/StarDestroyer from September 18, 2019 for LEGO VIP members, and October 1 for all other builders

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Marco Zanconi
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Are you going to review it? ???? 

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Four Bricks Tall
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If Brickcentral does a review, I will definitely ask someone more capable than myself to do it ???? 

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FreeTheGeekMan
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These big sets are nice looking but the price to part ratio is pretty poor. Compare to Ninjago City for instance. You get a lot more for your buck. I guess these are aimed at a very specific type of collector who doesnt mind paying a premium for a huge display piece

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Foolish Bricks
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I'm not one to buy these giant Star Wars sets though I usually am impressed by the level of detail and accuracy of these sets.

Looking at this one, i'm a bit underwhelmed. most of the surface is just plates without some detailing. Also I feel two minifigs is a bit meager, especcialy at this price-point. I mean; isn't this Darth Vaders ship? Would've been an idea to add an exclusive darth Vader. 

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NeonSpectres
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I'd rather spend the cash on Bricklink for parts for my various projects ???? 

These big display pieces are very nice but you need to be able to display them properly (i.e. an illuminated glass/acrylic case to minimize dust!)

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