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LEGO 21319 Ideas Central Perk Friends TV Show Set £53.94 @ Amazon Germany

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Celebrate the 25th anniversary of the legendary Friends TV show with this highly collectible LEGO Ideas 21319 CENTRAL PERK set. This wonderful LEGO recreation of the café TV studio set is packed with authentic details, making it a must-have Friends memorabilia item for fans. The Central Perk café construction toy features the iconic main seating area including a sofa, armchair, two chairs and a table - all removable for easy play; service area with a brick-built coffee machine, service counter, cash register, cookie jar with two cookie elements, menu board element and other authentic items like window with Central Perk logo decoration, plus extra seats and tables.

Check out the stage where Phoebe performed her songs on guitar (and where Ross once played his keyboard and everyone except Phoebe thought he was terrible). The seven new-for-September-2019 LEGO toy minifigures of Ross, Rachel, Chandler, Monica, Joey, Phoebe and Central Perk’s long-suffering manager Gunther each come with accessories to role-play famously hilarious scenes. They include Ross’s brick-built keyboard and the following accessory elements: Rachel’s tray and coffee cup, Monica’s muffin, Joey’s pizza box, pizza slice and man bag, Chandler’s laptop, Phoebe’s guitar and Gunther’s broom.

Other accessory elements in this café playset include a newspaper, 15 coffee cups and a Reserved sign, plus three vases and buildable flowers.

An ideal Friends TV show gift for your own friends and family, this brilliant LEGO Ideas set is great for play and will grab attention when displayed in any room.

This colourful Friends TV show gift item measures over 4 Inch (11 cm) high, 11 Inch (29 cm) wide and 8 Inch (22 cm) deep and will make a big impression when displayed in any room or office.

This collectible 1,079-piece LEGO toy makes a great Friends memorabilia gift for fans and offers a rewarding building experience for adults aged 16+ who love to build solo or share the fun with friends and family

Features & details
  • This Central Perk cafe is packed with authentic details to show off on display and inspire hilarious memories of the classic friends TV show
  • Features the iconic main seating area including furniture, stage for musical performances, TV studio details and characters own items
  • Includes seven specially designed minifigures; Ross Geller, Rachel Green, Chandler Bing, Monica Geller, Joey Tribbiani, Phoebe Buffay and Gunther
  • Build, display and recreate your favourite scenes from the classic American sitcom Friends with uncountable accessory elements for endless fun
  • An ideal friends-themed gift for your own friends and family who love the TV show, this great hot toy will grab attention when displayed
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dcx_badass09/02/2020 18:08

Yeah but I got the Lepin for £24 , decent price for the real one though.



Although I'd never buy fake, I can see why some people do for the really expensive sets... But come on, buying a fake version of this set?! That takes being a cheapskate to the extreme...
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Could this BE any cooler
I'm currently in the middle of building this, it seems a decent model and a good build, is recommend it. Dunno if I'd pay this much though tbh.

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dcx_badass09/02/2020 18:00

I'm currently in the middle of building this, it seems a decent model and …I'm currently in the middle of building this, it seems a decent model and a good build, is recommend it. Dunno if I'd pay this much though tbh. [Image]


This was sold for £60 at Smyths before Xmas so £53.94 is a good price for the set
appolospb09/02/2020 18:06

This was sold for £60 at Smyths before Xmas so £53.94 is a good price for t …This was sold for £60 at Smyths before Xmas so £53.94 is a good price for the set


Yeah but I got the Lepin for £24 , decent price for the real one though.
dcx_badass09/02/2020 18:08

Yeah but I got the Lepin for £24 , decent price for the real one though.



Although I'd never buy fake, I can see why some people do for the really expensive sets... But come on, buying a fake version of this set?! That takes being a cheapskate to the extreme...
dcx_badass09/02/2020 18:08

Yeah but I got the Lepin for £24 , decent price for the real one though.


gotta love lepin... Its the outright plagiarism and when taken to task they say "we didn't copy lego, we just came up with something that looks a bit similar..."
"Why did you call it friends set then, the same name as the lego one?"
"Well it look a bit like a film set of some people who like each other... it seemed an appropriate name..."
"you also have a large range sharing remarkable similarities with the Disney star wars range"
"oh that's our star plan range, no similarity, in fact we believe Disney modelled their imperial star destroyer on our model 75252, we're considering taking them to court over it"
ned.ford09/02/2020 18:19

gotta love lepin... Its the outright plagiarism and when taken to task … gotta love lepin... Its the outright plagiarism and when taken to task they say "we didn't copy lego, we just came up with something that looks a bit similar..." "Why did you call it friends set then, the same name as the lego one?" "Well it look a bit like a film set of some people who like each other... it seemed an appropriate name...""you also have a large range sharing remarkable similarities with the Disney star wars range""oh that's our star plan range, no similarity, in fact we believe Disney modelled their imperial star destroyer on our model 75252, we're considering taking them to court over it"


They've made more of an effort with this one, it comes with fake stickers of a different design and branding (but you also get the real ones). It's called Dock Park

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dcx_badass09/02/2020 18:08

Yeah but I got the Lepin for £24 , decent price for the real one though.


Id never heard of it until you mention it, but Googled and watched YouTube on it after. Lots of people saying the printing / material quality is inferior and tolerances on fitment not as good. The pricing on it is also really expensive for a knock off from what i can see on a Google search in the UK
I've seen those Lepin sets appear now and again, even though I've never bought any of them and I've seen them to be even MORE expensive than the proper Lego sets which is frankly ridiculous.
appolospb09/02/2020 18:39

Id never heard of it until you mention it, but Googled and watched YouTube …Id never heard of it until you mention it, but Googled and watched YouTube on it after. Lots of people saying the printing / material quality is inferior and tolerances on fitment not as good. The pricing on it is also really expensive for a knock off from what i can see on a Google search in the UK


Depends on the brand, there are quite a few, can't say I've ever had an issue with loads of sets, pieces fit well and print quality seems good. We've got various star wars and Harry Potter sets as well. Normally about 1/3rd the price.

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This is a great price for the set; not massively less but it was already decent value for how many pieces this set has, the number of minifigures, the license and detailing. Granted I paid full price but I got it near launch and with promotional sets and I'm still happy with it.
CupN00dle09/02/2020 17:44

Could this BE any cooler


A dinosaur instead of Ross would be cooler.
appolospb09/02/2020 18:39

Id never heard of it until you mention it, but Googled and watched YouTube …Id never heard of it until you mention it, but Googled and watched YouTube on it after. Lots of people saying the printing / material quality is inferior and tolerances on fitment not as good. The pricing on it is also really expensive for a knock off from what i can see on a Google search in the UK


You can get a millenium falcon from Ali express for 26 quid. The real lego one is 150 pounds and unsurprisingly it's not quite as good but it's definitely not 1/6th as good. From a distance you couldn't really tell, it doesn't fall apart the only real weak bits are the spinning bits for the gun turrets but they're not worth the additional 100 plus pounds.
The detailing / printing on the characters is impressive for the price.
AHYL09/02/2020 18:42

I've seen those Lepin sets appear now and again, even though I've never …I've seen those Lepin sets appear now and again, even though I've never bought any of them and I've seen them to be even MORE expensive than the proper Lego sets which is frankly ridiculous.


Hah! Where?
My wife wanted a discontinued set (tower bridge) the second hand ebay ones were selling for over 100 and sealed at least 200. I got a brand new lepin set for 84
ned.ford09/02/2020 19:11

Hah! Where?My wife wanted a discontinued set (tower bridge) the second …Hah! Where?My wife wanted a discontinued set (tower bridge) the second hand ebay ones were selling for over 100 and sealed at least 200. I got a brand new lepin set for 84


Wish.com

I'd have bought the second hand open ones to be honest; £84 for a fake, while it looks good on paper, is terribly overpriced. I say that because if the time ever comes and I want to move on a Lego set and sell it off, I can make back most, if not all of what I spent on it (maybe more), seeing as Lego maintains or gains value, whereas the fake Lepin sets are worth absolutely nothing.
I have had a few of the lepin sets over the years, and can say the quality has improved a lot, last few sets I purchased you wouldn't be able to tell the difference once built, they are good if you just want to build and leave on show, not so sure they would stand the test of time if they were constantly built and rebuilt. But they are a fraction of the price on Ali express I think I paid £27 for the friend's set.
AHYL09/02/2020 19:19

Wish.comI'd have bought the second hand open ones to be honest; £84 for a …Wish.comI'd have bought the second hand open ones to be honest; £84 for a fake, while it looks good on paper, is terribly overpriced. I say that because if the time ever comes and I want to move on a Lego set and sell it off, I can make back most, if not all of what I spent on it (maybe more), seeing as Lego maintains or gains value, whereas the fake Lepin sets are worth absolutely nothing.


Wish is awful, I wouldn't touch it with a barge pole, use aliexpress or yourwobb.
dcx_badass09/02/2020 19:38

Wish is awful, I wouldn't touch it with a barge pole, use aliexpress or …Wish is awful, I wouldn't touch it with a barge pole, use aliexpress or yourwobb.


Nah thanks, I never buy the fake stuff; I understand why people do and the sets are agreeably expensive, but I also understand why they're expensive, most of the time anyway, seeing as I collect and deal with this stuff as a serious hobby.
AHYL09/02/2020 19:58

Nah thanks, I never buy the fake stuff; I understand why people do and the …Nah thanks, I never buy the fake stuff; I understand why people do and the sets are agreeably expensive, but I also understand why they're expensive, most of the time anyway, seeing as I collect and deal with this stuff as a serious hobby.


I think things are changing anyway, a lot of the manufacturers, particularly Mould King are now selling community designed MOCs that lego don't make anyway, such as 11000+ piece star destroyers and things.
dcx_badass09/02/2020 20:05

I think things are changing anyway, a lot of the manufacturers, …I think things are changing anyway, a lot of the manufacturers, particularly Mould King are now selling community designed MOCs that lego don't make anyway, such as 11000+ piece star destroyers and things.


I still wouldn't get stuff like that, but for different reasons. Not interested in stuff like Star Wars but also lack of space.
AHYL09/02/2020 19:19

Wish.comI'd have bought the second hand open ones to be honest; £84 for a …Wish.comI'd have bought the second hand open ones to be honest; £84 for a fake, while it looks good on paper, is terribly overpriced. I say that because if the time ever comes and I want to move on a Lego set and sell it off, I can make back most, if not all of what I spent on it (maybe more), seeing as Lego maintains or gains value, whereas the fake Lepin sets are worth absolutely nothing.


I agree with this. But 200 quid was too rich
ned.ford09/02/2020 21:06

I agree with this. But 200 quid was too rich


True enough, £200 is a lot but it does have a ton of pieces in fairness and has a volume that's vaster than other sets that cost the same or even more.
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£44 using Starling thanks OP
Is buying these knock off sets legal.
Lego. Com pay a fortune for the rights to use the Star Wars theme etc.
I suspect the likes of Disney are making way more money than Lego. Com..
Bought this for £32.50 from Tesco.
malm10/02/2020 07:30

Is buying these knock off sets legal.Lego. Com pay a fortune for the …Is buying these knock off sets legal.Lego. Com pay a fortune for the rights to use the Star Wars theme etc.I suspect the likes of Disney are making way more money than Lego. Com.. Bought this for £32.50 from Tesco.


This isn’t a “knock off”, plus I don’t see what you mean... if you buy something that’s not Lego, how could that possibly have anything to do with Lego or be illegal. If you are that concerned about Lego, fly over to China on their behalf and take it up with some Chinese officials.
£53.94 shouldn't really be reported as the headline price, as delivery takes it close to RRP?
quinnys10/02/2020 14:45

£53.94 shouldn't really be reported as the headline price, as delivery …£53.94 shouldn't really be reported as the headline price, as delivery takes it close to RRP?


Delivery is included in price.
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dcx_badass09/02/2020 18:00

I'm currently in the middle of building this, it seems a decent model and …I'm currently in the middle of building this, it seems a decent model and a good build, is recommend it. Dunno if I'd pay this much though tbh. [Image]


Finished...

More than happy with it.

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KCooperman09/02/2020 18:14

Although I'd never buy fake, I can see why some people do for the really …Although I'd never buy fake, I can see why some people do for the really expensive sets... But come on, buying a fake version of this set?! That takes being a cheapskate to the extreme...


I can understand for older sets that are out of production and are unreasonably expensive on the second hand market for sure.

But that said, buying Lepin is a false economy. Sure, you can get this Friends set for £24 from Lepin and save yourself 20 or 30 quid (this set has been on sale in Tesco as low as £42 recently). But you have now paid £24 for a set that is completely worthless in the resale market. Whereas genuine LEGO sets only increase in value when the set is retired. A year after this set is retired, it will be worth more than the RRP (even used). In 5 years time it will probably be worth double what you paid, whereas that Lepin set will still be completely worthless.
dcx_badass12/02/2020 11:18

Finished...More than happy with it. [Image]


Wait, why is there a post over by the menu/bar on the left, and not over on the right where it should be?
Oh-Totoro13/02/2020 18:49

I can understand for older sets that are out of production and are …I can understand for older sets that are out of production and are unreasonably expensive on the second hand market for sure.But that said, buying Lepin is a false economy. Sure, you can get this Friends set for £24 from Lepin and save yourself 20 or 30 quid (this set has been on sale in Tesco as low as £42 recently). But you have now paid £24 for a set that is completely worthless in the resale market. Whereas genuine LEGO sets only increase in value when the set is retired. A year after this set is retired, it will be worth more than the RRP (even used). In 5 years time it will probably be worth double what you paid, whereas that Lepin set will still be completely worthless.


Very well put. Only time I have considered buying fake Lego is when the original it's vaulted and eBay fees are out of control. Even then options are limited.
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Oh-Totoro13/02/2020 18:49

I can understand for older sets that are out of production and are …I can understand for older sets that are out of production and are unreasonably expensive on the second hand market for sure.But that said, buying Lepin is a false economy. Sure, you can get this Friends set for £24 from Lepin and save yourself 20 or 30 quid (this set has been on sale in Tesco as low as £42 recently). But you have now paid £24 for a set that is completely worthless in the resale market. Whereas genuine LEGO sets only increase in value when the set is retired. A year after this set is retired, it will be worth more than the RRP (even used). In 5 years time it will probably be worth double what you paid, whereas that Lepin set will still be completely worthless.


Only an issue if you make it an issue, if I didn't want the set I wouldn't have bought it so resale is irrelevant to me. Maybe only an issue if youike to pretend you're a lego dealer and perfectly store something for 5 years just to make £60...

Instead I've saved way more than £60 by getting these, and I get to use and keep them.
Edited by: "dcx_badass" 13th Feb
AnkerMan13/02/2020 18:53

Very well put. Only time I have considered buying fake Lego is when the …Very well put. Only time I have considered buying fake Lego is when the original it's vaulted and eBay fees are out of control. Even then options are limited.


I know that feeling. One of the sets I want more than any other, is the Imperial Flagship (10210) from 2010. It was only £140 RRP when it was in stores. Now, on the second hand market, it's anywhere from £700-900. It's so disheartening. I know there is a Lepin version available, but honestly, I'd never buy it. It just wouldn't sit well with me knowing it wasn't LEGO. So, I've kind of resigned to the fact that I will never own it, unless a miracle happens and they re-release it.
Oh-Totoro13/02/2020 19:00

I know that feeling. One of the sets I want more than any other, is the …I know that feeling. One of the sets I want more than any other, is the Imperial Flagship (10210) from 2010. It was only £140 RRP when it was in stores. Now, on the second hand market, it's anywhere from £700-900. It's so disheartening. I know there is a Lepin version available, but honestly, I'd never buy it. It just wouldn't sit well with me knowing it wasn't LEGO. So, I've kind of resigned to the fact that I will never own it, unless a miracle happens and they re-release it.


You could always buy a used one and then resell after building it. It not the same as owning it but there would be the memories lol
dcx_badass13/02/2020 18:56

Only an issue if you make it an issue, if I didn't want the set I wouldn't …Only an issue if you make it an issue, if I didn't want the set I wouldn't have bought it so resale is irrelevant to me. Maybe only an issue if youike to pretend you're a lego dealer and perfectly store something for 5 years just to make £60...Instead I've saved way more than £60 by getting these, and I get to use and keep them.


It doesn't make you a dealer/reseller if you have to part with some sets eventually. I buy a lot of LEGO, and most of them are larger sets. It's not easy to find space for them all and I don't doubt that in the future, I will have to make way for new sets. You don't have to keep something forever to have enjoyed it. I know of people that buy sets just for the enjoyment of building them and then selling them almost immediately after. IF the time does come that I have to sell some sets, then it will be nice to know that I will most likely get more money than I paid for them (even in a used state). It means that not only will I have enjoyed building and owning the sets for many years, but somebody else will have essentially paid me for that privilege.
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