Who doesn’t enjoy a good Black Friday Lego deal? Well, we’ve found one as you can save a whopping 40% on the Lego Guardian’s ship when you get it from Amazon.
Grab the Lego Guardian’s ship for just $59.99 (40% off) when you get it from Amazon.
This Black Friday we’re seeing an abundance of top Lego deals and this is one of them. It’s Amazon’s lowest ever price on a 1,108-piece buildable replica of the Guardian’s ship from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. There’s a lot to like about it as it offers playability and works as a display model. It also comes with five minifigures including Star-Lord, Nebula and Drax and small, attachable spaceships.
The Lego Guardian’s ship from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 offers builders a lot. Firstly, 1,108 pieces is a lot, especially at this price point. Secondly, it works well as a display model as well as something to play with. It measures over 12 inches high, 8 inches long and 10 inches wide.
It also comes with five minifigures: Star-Lord, Drax, Mantis, Nebula and Adam Warlock. The playable features that make this set as exciting as it is include an opening cockpit with room for three minifigures, attachable spaceships, a weapons room and a secret compartment with room for another minifigure.
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Key Specs: Five minifigures including Star-Lord, Drax and Nebula, an opening cockpit with room for minifigures, 1,108 Lego pieces, attachable spaceships, a secret compartment, a weapons room,suitable for those age 10 and above and it measures over 12 inches high, 8 inches long and 10 inches wide.
Consensus: It’s certainly a cool-looking set with plenty of versatility. We haven’t reviewed this one yet but with a 40% saving, given the number of pieces you get, what’s on offer and the price to pay… It seems like good value.
Buy if: You’re a fan of the Guardians of the Galaxy or you’re looking for a Lego build to occupy some time with, without investing too heavily.
Don’t buy if: You’re not a fan of the franchise or you want a display model only, as there are better options on the market.