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  #1793292 1-Jun-2017 19:38
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Oh man that looks awesome. We can't really fit any more lego in our house though. Need to find a bigger house. 


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  #1793356 1-Jun-2017 21:44
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Taubin:

 

Oh man that looks awesome. We can't really fit any more lego in our house though. Need to find a bigger house. 

 

 

 

 

Or you could just buy a lot more lego and build one!


 
 
 
 


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  #1793359 1-Jun-2017 21:58
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rb99:

 

Obviously you coincidentally buy this stuff for your kids birthday, pretend to give it to him/her/it and end up building it yourself.

 

 


Ah. OK.

 

 

 

My dogs can't build Lego - they'd eat it.

 

 

 

(Aside but vaguely related - my youngest brother once caused my father to spit in rage by jamming Sticklebricks through the slot of the Grundig V2000 we had....!)






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  #1793360 1-Jun-2017 21:59
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SheriffNZ:

 

Taubin:

 

Oh man that looks awesome. We can't really fit any more lego in our house though. Need to find a bigger house. 

 

 

 

 

Or you could just buy a lot more lego and build one!

 

 

 

 

Probably would exceed building regs judging from some of the heaps I have seen...! surprised






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  #1793388 1-Jun-2017 23:45
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I find buying off Zavvi is usually the cheapest way to buy these special lego sets, and comes from the UK. The only thing is they sometimes pack it poorly, so it can get crushed. The other cool one is the lego beatles one. 


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  #1793395 2-Jun-2017 00:16
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Anyone seen box dimensions anywhere?

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  #1793397 2-Jun-2017 00:23
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scottjpalmer: Anyone seen box dimensions anywhere?

 

 

 

14.9 x 18.9 x 4.4 inches , that is nearly 50cm long, so a big box.

 

 

 

https://www.amazon.com/LEGO-Ideas-Apollo-Saturn-Building/dp/B01MUANC80/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1496319701&sr=8-2&keywords=lego+saturn


 
 
 
 


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  #1793398 2-Jun-2017 00:55
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Ahh, thanks.

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  #1793410 2-Jun-2017 07:24
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Has anyone seen one at Toyworld? My local Toyworld said they were getting 2 but they were not sure when 


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  #1793511 2-Jun-2017 10:23
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SheriffNZ:

 

Taubin:

 

Oh man that looks awesome. We can't really fit any more lego in our house though. Need to find a bigger house. 

 

 

Or you could just buy a lot more lego and build one!

 

 

I recall seeing somewhere that someone did a calculation and the cost of the lego needed to build a house would be more than building a house the regular way.


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