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Go on, build your own Star Wars Death Star with Haynes Manual £3.99 Prime / £6.98 Non Prime @ Amazon

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Yes, you too can build the next Star Wars Death Star and be the one true Emperor of the Galaxy. Or not! Anyway, the official Death Star Manual: DS-1 Orbital Battle Station (Owners' Workshop Manual… Read More
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Yes, you too can build the next Star Wars Death Star and be the one true Emperor of the Galaxy. Or not!

Anyway, the official Death Star Manual: DS-1 Orbital Battle Station (Owners' Workshop Manual) is only £3.99 on Amazon at the moment - down from £16.99.

Awesome Xmas gift :)
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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Great price but getting a bit sick of the special Prime prices. Its sort of putting me off shopping at Amazon altogether.

Edited By: TheBiker on Dec 02, 2016 20:03
#2
you can't build one, this is the owners manual.
I wonder what the service schedule is like.
#3
Ah, sorry - missed the Amazon Prime/Non-Prime pricing. Still, bit of a bargain even for non-prime at £6.98! :)
#4
Thanks. Yup, looked at this yesterday and was far more expensive. For anyone after the Star Trek ones:

Bird of Prey/Enterprise Haynes manual double pack £10 @ The Works


Or singly:

Bird of Prey £4

Enterprise £6
1 Like #5
Wonder is it has a section on exhaust duct modifications
2 Likes #6
new timing belt every 60k, new tractor beam oil every 20k or 30k if you use full synthetic :D
#7
robtallica
Thanks. Yup, looked at this yesterday and was far more expensive. For anyone after the Star Trek ones:
Bird of Prey/Enterprise Haynes manual double pack £10 @ The Works

Or singly: Bird of Prey £4Enterprise £6

Thank you - I wonder if the millennium falcon one will come down in price :/
#8
Great find op
#9
dragonsmum
robtallica
Thanks. Yup, looked at this yesterday and was far more expensive. For anyone after the Star Trek ones:
Bird of Prey/Enterprise Haynes manual double pack £10 @ The Works

Or singly: Bird of Prey £4Enterprise £6
Thank you - I wonder if the millennium falcon one will come down in price :/

The millennium falcon manual was £3.99 on Amazon last January.
1 Like #10
no longer canon
#11
got it for similar price last year though book people. great gift for a fan!
#12
robdougall
dragonsmum
robtallica
Thanks. Yup, looked at this yesterday and was far more expensive. For anyone after the Star Trek ones:
Bird of Prey/Enterprise Haynes manual double pack £10 @ The Works

Or singly: Bird of Prey £4Enterprise £6
Thank you - I wonder if the millennium falcon one will come down in price :/
The millennium falcon manual was £3.99 on Amazon last January.

I need to borrow Doctor Who's tardis again ....

Actually i just checked the Book People and it's £2.99 there at the moment and code for free delivery over £10 at quidco

Edited By: dragonsmum on Dec 02, 2016 23:35
#13
TheBiker
Great price but getting a bit sick of the special Prime prices. Its sort of putting me off shopping at Amazon altogether.

You pay your money and get your benefit. Get over it.
1 Like #14
Prime pays for itself over the year.... ;)
#15
Thanks op
#16
Shame about the manufacturing flaw with the exhaust port...
#17
Out of stock 2016-12-04
#18
I'm going to build one and a few spares - they seem to use one up in every Star Wars film so I could make a killing (_;)
#19
TheBiker
Great price but getting a bit sick of the special Prime prices. Its sort of putting me off shopping at Amazon altogether.
Yeah it's a bit annoying, along with the un-avoidable delivery fees under £20. Also if every global company and company director avoids paying tax where is government income going to come from?! It also makes it even harder for smaller companies selling at lower volumes yet paying a higher percentage of tax to compete.

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