Get Your Kessel Run On


Behold the all-new 7,541-piece Ultimate Collector’s Series Millennium Falcon – the biggest LEGO set ever.

With insane levels of detail, the ship can be configured to match its appearance in The Empire Strikes Back or the films of the latest trilogy and comes with ten minifigs from both periods, including old and young Han Solo.

If €799 seems a bit steep, it’s worth remembering that this set’s predecessor, released in 2007 (and with 2000 fewer pieces), regularly changes hands for over a grand on eBay..


9 thoughts on “Get Your Kessel Run On

  1. martco

    if I ever ever get a tattoo it’s going to have to be one of those superfine line drawing schematics like you get in the DK books of the falcon

  2. scottser

    i have a 3 year old and an 18 month old. how long do you think 7,500 lego pieces are going to last? i can already feel one of those pieces digging into my foot as i hit the third stair..

  3. newsjustin

    It is expensive. I’d never actually buy it. But it does look really good. Imagine the hours of fun….

  4. badatmemes

    You have to love Lego…
    …Until you buy an overly-complicated couple of sets for your child for Christmas.

    It’s supposed to be a happy time.

    1. badatmemes

      …having said that, my son went on to set up a Lego-related blog.
      He started buying custom-made (unofficial) pieces and reselling them.
      Then he started buying and selling clothing and trainers.
      He has more money than me, and he’s a teenager.

      Lego is good.

      1. badatmemes

        Nintendo is better.
        Teach the children.

        X-box me botty…
        Playstation away to your heart’s content. LOCK THE DOOR FIRST!!!

        You heard it here first.

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