No one who saw the dreaded Death Star in the classic Star Wars films could ever forget it! Now you can build your own to add to your LEGO Star Wars collection. This incredibly detailed and faithful replica of the Death Star II from Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi will make an impressive addition to any Star Wars collection.
The partially constructed Death Star looms in space above the forest moon of Endor, super laser ready to fire. This unique collectible is sure to rank as one of the greatest LEGO Star Wars models ever produced. Includes 3,449 pieces in all.
- Display stand and Imperial Star Destroyer to scale
- Measures 25"H x 19"W, including stand
- Imperial super laser II, laser cannons, ion cannons, tractor beam replacements, Quadanium steel hull and numerous deflector generators
Construct the galaxy's ultimate battle station! Who could forget the dreaded Death Star from the classic Star Wars film, "Return of the Jedi"? Now Star Wars fans and Lego enthusiasts can build the infamous, partially constructed battle station that looms in space above the forest moon of Endor. Just like in the movie, the super laser -- made here with brilliant transparent yellow elements -- is ready to fire.
The intricately detailed Death Star II is comprised of 3,417 pieces. View larger.
The super laser is also included, made with transparent colored pieces. View larger.
Recommended for ages 16 years and up, this faithful replica is more than just a kid's toy. The intricately detailed Lego Star Wars Death Star II is sure to impress Star Wars fans as much as Lego collectors. Half the fun is assembling the Death Star, and the other half is showing it off to your friends. This model includes its own display stand, perfect for placing on a computer desk. Measuring 19 inches wide and 25 inches high (with display stand), the Lego Death Star is to scale with the original -- 160 kilometers in diameter -- and incorporates an impressive 3,417 pieces.
The world-famous building block set encourages a unique type of play that is fun, creative, engaging, and challenging. Taking its name from an abbreviation of two Danish words, "leg godt," meaning "play well," LEGO has been inspiring children and adults to do just that since 1932. Seventy-five years later, LEGO is one of the world's largest toy manufacturers, with products sold in 130 countries.
What's in the Box
Death Star replica with 3,417 pieces and display stand.