Reddit Reddit reviews LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Millennium Falcon 75192 Expert Building Kit and Starship Model, Best Gift and Movie Collectible for Adults (7541 Pieces)

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LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Millennium Falcon 75192 Expert Building Kit and Starship Model, Best Gift and Movie Collectible for Adults (7541 Pieces)
Defend the Galaxy and build the largest LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon to date! The perfect set for adult Star Wars fans and expert builders, This starship will inspire hours of play recreating the films or can be displayed as a collectible toy modelThe Millennium Falcon is built with 7,541 pieces and includes two crews of minifigures - 4 classic crew minifigures: Han Solo, Chewbacca, Princess Leia and C-3PO, plus 3 Star Wars Episode VII/VIII crew minifigures: Older Han Solo, Rey and FinnMain hold features a seating area, Dejarik holographic game, combat remote training helmet, and engineering station with turning minifigure seat, Rear compartment features the engine room with hyperdrive and console and 2 escape Pod hatchesExterior features include detailed removable hull panels, lowering boarding ramp, concealed blaster cannon, 4-minifigure cockpit with detachable canopy, interchangeable round/rectangular sensor dishesMeasures over 8 inches (21cm) high, 33 inches (84cm) long and 22 inches (56cm) wide Builders can slide the panel to reveal the concealed blaster cannon and turn classic Leia’s and Han’s head to reveal their breathing mask decorations
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15 Reddit comments about LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Millennium Falcon 75192 Expert Building Kit and Starship Model, Best Gift and Movie Collectible for Adults (7541 Pieces):

u/redditingatwork31 · 83 pointsr/nottheonion

Which one? this one or this one? Because IDK how you can drunkenly spend $500 let alone $2000.

EDIT: to clarify, OP ought two sets, so the first one I posted is $250 and the second one is $1,000. I was marveling at how a person is able to accidentally buy two of either option, even drunkenly.

u/jda404 · 47 pointsr/buildapc

Lol some really are insane and as much if not more than some budget PC's, the Millenium Falcon goes for 800 bucks! https://www.amazon.com/LEGO-Ultimate-Millennium-Falcon-Building/dp/B075SDMMMV

u/ThePlague · 32 pointsr/MGTOW

Why in the world do men put up with this? Even when I was married, I never asked my wife's permission or had to accrue "brownie points" to get anything I wanted when I wanted. Now, granted, I'm rather a minimalist when it comes to stuff, so it was never a point of friction but I never even vaguely thought I had to get her approval for any purchases I did make.

That being said, it seems rather absurd to me for a grown man to spend $800 on a plastic child's toy, but to each their own.

https://www.amazon.com/LEGO-Ultimate-Millennium-Falcon-Building/dp/B075SDMMMV/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=LEGO+Star+Wars+Ultimate+Collector%27s+Millennium+Falcon+75192&qid=1565363532&s=toys-and-games&sr=1-3

u/derpleberryfinn · 5 pointsr/WatchPeopleDieInside

okay, so, this is not correct.
lego's pricing has been very consistent throughout its existence - you're not paying for design or license, you're paying for the bricks and you always have been.

the average per-brick cost of lego is about $0.09 (american).
(some are a bit more, some are a bit less, depending on how much plastic goes into the piece.)

take a look for yourself.
regardless of the license, the costs of the sets are consistent with the number of bricks you're getting. $25 sets, usually around 200-300 pieces. $60 sets, six or seven hundred bricks.

even when it's a ridiculously expensive set - like this $800 millenium falcon - you can see for yourself, the set has over 7,500 pieces.
or this one, a $200 'slave one' (boba fett's ship) with about 2000 pieces.
$30 space shuttle, 300 piece set.

very very consistent pricing.

based on his videos, this man had hundreds of thousands of individual bricks.

possibly millions.

based only off what we see, he could have lost tens of thousands of dollars worth of plastic bricks and possibly more.

now obviously, the bricks don't cost as much to produce as they're sold for, but they don't cost nothing.
materials and manufacturing time are not free - and considering the sheer volume of pieces, shipping alone would be wildly expensive.

now, it's also true that lego is the most valuable toy brand on the planet but they did not become so profitable by giving shit away. replacing even a tenth of this guy's collection isn't going to cost them nothing.

u/rageofsamus · 5 pointsr/MGTOW

Naw homie! This thing $800 for some Legos.

u/SirYouAreIncorrect · 4 pointsr/MGTOW
u/SomeSmith · 3 pointsr/legodeal

If you're having trouble finding it in stock when you want, setting up a camelcamelcamel alert works well. I get in-stock notifications from amazon about once a week. They go quick, but usually hang around for a few hours.

u/Mottwally · 2 pointsr/talesfromtechsupport

It's funny you ask that. Last night, as a pal, and I were working on putting together a bit of the Millennium Falcon Lego set. That topic came up.

It's a fun little project for us to do, and gives us a chance to get together, and talk about all those things that 98% of folks would just stare at you saying, "Really? Man, you are the biggest dork I've ever met."

I brought up having a fun bit of banter on Reddit with someone, and we were disagreeing about which Indy movie is the best. So, we of course had about an hour long conversation rating the movies from best to worst. I asked him how he felt about The Crystal Skull, and he gave me the answer I will now use if the topic ever comes up again. After asking him, he said, The Crystal What?? I've never heard of that movie..

So, there is my overly long worded opinion that the movie is in fact, like eating a hot circle of garbage. Then again. If you threw that movie in. I'd watch it, and not say a thing about what I think about the movie. Because, Harrison Ford.

u/nopussy_ona_pedestal · 2 pointsr/MGTOW

Lies. Only a mgtow could afford the Millennium Falcon

https://www.amazon.com/LEGO-Ultimate-Millennium-Falcon-Building/dp/B075SDMMMV

u/Thresh99 · 2 pointsr/HotWheels

This should take your breath away.

OP... stick to the HotWheels ;)

u/Spythe · 1 pointr/FulfillmentByAmazon

I posted some tips above

I've been above by 5 dollars and owned the buy box on certain items... I know because I use a repicer but manual set my highs/lows and still monitor on a regular basis.

There is a few reasons why someone can own a buy box over another seller, its not solely price.....

THIS IS ALL SPECULATION FROM MY EXPERIENCE

I believe inventory amount matters

Price

Seller feedback %

Sellers simply being eligible for the buy box or not, sometimes you just won't be eligible for the buy box on certain items(don't think I've experienced but see the line on the seller app)

There is probably a dozen more

Another thing if you're price so far above the MSRP or the price someone assumed was the MSRP when they created the listing.... You won't be able to win the buy box, that is why you see "available from these sellers" on listing.

https://www.amazon.com/LEGO-Ultimate-Millennium-Falcon-Building/dp/B075SDMMMV/ref=sr_1_19?s=toys-and-games&rps=1&ie=UTF8&qid=1522026746&sr=1-19&keywords=lego&refinements=p_85%3A2470955011

Like this example, the price is out of the buy box range so no one actually wins the buy box.

u/time_flask · 1 pointr/me_irl

Well this Millennium falcon is $800 wheras you could get a small 3D printer for $300 so assuming you print 7000. So if you print more than 2700 bricks it's already breaking even.

u/Lonthalus · 1 pointr/memes