It’s the International Space Station!
Who doesn’t love Lego? These small building bricks have been part of everyone’s childhood that even as adults (including me) still enjoy them. We also have seen various recreations of famous structures and this latest one may be their best one yet.
The Lego Ideas International Space Station was a concept submitted almost three years ago where it got a chance to be reviewed by Lego. Unfortunately, it was denied at first but after another campaign that made it clear that the community wants it, Lego gave in and boy did they deliver.
The Lego Ideas International Space Station comes in at 864 pieces, and the detail is definitely something to geek out to. The set measures 12 inches long and 19 inches wide and stands 7 inches. There’s a display stand along with eight adjustable solar panels, a fully-articulated Canadarm2 and of course a space shuttle complete with small astronauts. It is also worth noting that the printed elements on the bricks are real prints and not stickers.
Launching February 1st, the Lego Ideas International Space Station will retail at a reasonably-priced $69.99 so be on the lookout before it sells out.