BACK IN STOCK LEGO Star Wars 75101: First Order Special Forces TIE fighter £39.99 Amazon (Prime Exclusive)
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BACK IN STOCK LEGO Star Wars 75101: First Order Special Forces TIE fighter £39.99 Amazon (Prime Exclusive)

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anyone know if this is worth keeping in its box?

kpmatthews

anyone know if this is worth keeping in its box?


think you'll struggle assembling it that way

Thank OP

... Heat added

paulj48

think you'll struggle assembling it that way


and there be the point

kpmatthews

and there be the point


why, are massed produced current range Lego sets really that collectable?

paulj48

why, are massed produced current range Lego sets really that collectable?


the same question i'm asking, phrased in a different way

It's a nice model but it's a bit of a dull build, there's not a lot to it and the two wings are obviously repetitive. Easily done in an hour, if that.

kpmatthews

the same question i'm asking, phrased in a different way



​I think the UCS models are the ones that tend to go up in price but I guess you never know until the set is actually retired, hindsight and all that
For me it's a bit like art, buy because you like it and want to enjoy it.

The recent Star Wars sets are way overproduced and not much thought has gone into the design. The days of LEGO investing ended in 2015. No point keeping a set like this, just open it and build it.

Agree with above comment my Toys r us local were putting these on the shelf last Saturday,returned this Saturday and the shelves were still packed with them @£39.99,thanks for the post op heat added anyway.
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