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Halo Wars UNSC Pelican Mega Bloks Playset £24.99 @ Sainsburys was 49.99
Halo Wars UNSC Pelican Mega Bloks Playset £24.99 @ Sainsburys was 49.99

Halo Wars UNSC Pelican Mega Bloks Playset £24.99 @ Sainsburys was 49.99

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I just picked this up at my local Sainsburys, but it appears to be online too.

Establish your army, build and expand your units with the Halo UNSC Pelican Dropship playset by Mega Bloks.

Recreate epic battle scenes between the UNSC and the Covenant with this authentic buildable vehicle. A mainstay of the UNSC military, the Pelican Dropship's primary role is to deliver troops, equipment and weaponry to and from forward combat positions, making them an essential tool in the war against the Covenant.

The key to its longevity and versatility comes from its four rotating thrusters for VTOL (Vertical Takeoff and Landing) capability, allowing it to deploy or evacuate UNSC forces within moments of landing.

Set your two pilots in the fully functional cockpit, load your Pelican's troop bay with up to four more UNSC soldiers through the opening rear bay door and take your special forces into action.

Suitable for children aged 8 years and over.

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Edited by: "jaypr" 3rd Dec 2010

good price

I can't comment on this particular set, but we bought my 5 yr old a big mixed tub of Megabloks and tbh the quality was very poor - blocks either fell apart easily, or were so tight even I had trouble fully clipping them together or taking them apart,because of this it is never played with now.
Lego is miles better quality, though usually more expensive.

Would agree that Mega Bloks are a lot tighter fit than Lego, my boys have trouble making some of the models BUT on these sets that make models you can play with when complete, and are unlikely to ever take apart, that's a good thing as they can be quite rough with them and they stay in one piece. Lego models are always falling apart if you actually play with them.

Megablocks arent quite as good as lego from my experience having to assemble them (for little cousins etc)
BUT the sets look very good and for the price tag in comparison to lego you cant really go wrong.

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