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Lego 75159 Star Wars Death Star £329.99 @ Smyths Toys
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Lego 75159 Star Wars Death Star £329.99 @ Smyths Toys

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Posted 19th Dec 2019

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£20 more than black Friday deal but still £409.99 on Lego.com
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  • Weapons include3 lightsabers, 4 blasters, 3 blaster pistols, 4 blaster rifles, 2 force pikes, 2 Force Lightning elements and a bowcaster
  • Explore the superlaser control room, Imperial conference chamber, throne room, Droid maintenance room, detention block, trash compactor and cargo area
  • Features a tractor beam, a turbo laser with spring-loaded shooters and seats for the 2 Death Star gunners and 2 movable turbo laser towers
  • Hangar bay features a moving launch rack and detachable TIE Advanced with space for Lord Vader inside
  • Product piece count: 4016 pieces
  • 23 minifigures
  • Assembled dimensions: 42Wx41Hcm
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gidsterc19/12/2019 21:42

Cool. But stupid price. Who's really gonna get their kid this for …Cool. But stupid price. Who's really gonna get their kid this for Christmas?


my 'kid' aka other half would love this lol
why do ppl still think lego is only for kids!?
gidsterc19/12/2019 21:42

Cool. But stupid price. Who's really gonna get their kid this for …Cool. But stupid price. Who's really gonna get their kid this for Christmas?


It’s for me, not my son
As I said to my son "I have to buy it...........I AM YOUR FATHER!!"
Edited by: "Dolphin01" 19th Dec 2019
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Cool. But stupid price. Who's really gonna get their kid this for Christmas?
gidsterc19/12/2019 21:42

Cool. But stupid price. Who's really gonna get their kid this for …Cool. But stupid price. Who's really gonna get their kid this for Christmas?


my 'kid' aka other half would love this lol
why do ppl still think lego is only for kids!?
Really wish you could down vote comments.
gidsterc19/12/2019 21:42

Cool. But stupid price. Who's really gonna get their kid this for …Cool. But stupid price. Who's really gonna get their kid this for Christmas?


It’s for me, not my son
It was 299.99 at smyths last month
As I said to my son "I have to buy it...........I AM YOUR FATHER!!"
Edited by: "Dolphin01" 19th Dec 2019
gidsterc19/12/2019 21:42

Cool. But stupid price. Who's really gonna get their kid this for …Cool. But stupid price. Who's really gonna get their kid this for Christmas?


I did last year.
Then it gets sold on eBay, cost be approx £20 in total, when factoring in fees, Lego reward points and free sets being sold.

Did the same again with the 1989 batmobile this year. Came with a Christmas tree and mini batmobile. Think i will make money when all three are sold.
gidsterc19/12/2019 21:42

Cool. But stupid price. Who's really gonna get their kid this for …Cool. But stupid price. Who's really gonna get their kid this for Christmas?


... Did you also not buy your kids a gaming PC? Virtual reality headsets? Xboxs? Play station? Nintendo switches ? Mobile phones?

If you want to raise your kids as poor so they can "appreciate the value of money one day", which usually backfires to them spending their time on the streets and dealing to make the money you won't give them.. then go ahead. But don't assume people with money wouldn't want to get 4000 bricks or quality time with their kids, looking at all the scenes, characters and actually practicing fine motor skills.
Edited by: "SniperViper" 19th Dec 2019
wayne1219/12/2019 22:25

I did last year. Then it gets sold on eBay, cost be approx £20 in total, …I did last year. Then it gets sold on eBay, cost be approx £20 in total, when factoring in fees, Lego reward points and free sets being sold.Did the same again with the 1989 batmobile this year. Came with a Christmas tree and mini batmobile. Think i will make money when all three are sold.


the mini batmobile sells really well btw.
wayne1219/12/2019 22:25

I did last year. Then it gets sold on eBay, cost be approx £20 in total, …I did last year. Then it gets sold on eBay, cost be approx £20 in total, when factoring in fees, Lego reward points and free sets being sold.Did the same again with the 1989 batmobile this year. Came with a Christmas tree and mini batmobile. Think i will make money when all three are sold.


So you buy them, build them and then dismantle them before putting them up for sale?

Also I am disapointed in all of you, no "that's no moon" or "it's a trap" comments
wolf3305520/12/2019 00:18

So you buy them, build them and then dismantle them before putting them up …So you buy them, build them and then dismantle them before putting them up for sale?Also I am disapointed in all of you, no "that's no moon" or "it's a trap" comments


Yeah, it's aloud my son to build all the large sets. Including both the millennium falcons, ewok village, ghostbuster fire house.

Normally buy the black Friday deal. Then people seem to pay near the RRP on eBay for them. List on a £1 final value fee day.
gidsterc19/12/2019 21:42

Cool. But stupid price. Who's really gonna get their kid this for …Cool. But stupid price. Who's really gonna get their kid this for Christmas?


It’s actually only just over 8p per piece which is cheaper than a lot of sets without reduction
SniperViper19/12/2019 22:40

... Did you also not buy your kids a gaming PC? Virtual reality headsets? …... Did you also not buy your kids a gaming PC? Virtual reality headsets? Xboxs? Play station? Nintendo switches ? Mobile phones? If you want to raise your kids as poor so they can "appreciate the value of money one day", which usually backfires to them spending their time on the streets and dealing to make the money you won't give them.. then go ahead. But don't assume people with money wouldn't want to get 4000 bricks or quality time with their kids, looking at all the scenes, characters and actually practicing fine motor skills.


People become drug dealers because they never got enough pocket money?
SniperViper19/12/2019 22:40

... Did you also not buy your kids a gaming PC? Virtual reality headsets? …... Did you also not buy your kids a gaming PC? Virtual reality headsets? Xboxs? Play station? Nintendo switches ? Mobile phones? If you want to raise your kids as poor so they can "appreciate the value of money one day", which usually backfires to them spending their time on the streets and dealing to make the money you won't give them.. then go ahead. But don't assume people with money wouldn't want to get 4000 bricks or quality time with their kids, looking at all the scenes, characters and actually practicing fine motor skills.


What sort of ghetto do you come from
lf1983lf20/12/2019 08:23

People become drug dealers because they never got enough pocket money? People become drug dealers because they never got enough pocket money?



I can tell you, that the people I know that do look into the lucrative market, didn't come from homes where Mummy and Daddy were still together and provided the bare essentials to "fit in" in modern society.

If you need convincing, type in "Correlation Poverty Drugs UK" into google, you'll have plenty of bedtime reading.

Yes, there are a lot of well off, well raised drug USERS, but those who go to the lengths of dealing to make a quick buck tend to be less privileged.

Also, no one said anything about pocket money. The guy was absolutely disgusted about spending £300 on a child at Christmas. As someone who is 27 and has 3 kids, from no privileged background. It really wasn't hard to get into a position to comfortably provide a decent present for them. Most parents I see that say they are struggling, eat BS convenience food and spend their entire budget on themselves, Costa Coffees and big flat screen tvs xD.
Krizzo320/12/2019 08:30

What sort of ghetto do you come from


Grew up near Nottingham city centre. Then moved to the outskirts in the old mining towns. Moved to central Birmingham, then moved to central London. So quite a few.

We could still muster up £300 for a child's Christmas though ;), no matter how rough it got.

Also work alongside social services, volunteering to help kids boost their education through free tutoring, so I deal with it on a near daily basis.

Thanks for your time Krizzo, keep defending those who would rather moan about being in the opening scene of Charlie and The Chocolate factory instead of going out to work and providing.
SniperViper20/12/2019 08:37

I can tell you, that the people I know that do look into the lucrative …I can tell you, that the people I know that do look into the lucrative market, didn't come from homes where Mummy and Daddy were still together and provided the bare essentials to "fit in" in modern society. If you need convincing, type in "Correlation Poverty Drugs UK" into google, you'll have plenty of bedtime reading. Yes, there are a lot of well off, well raised drug USERS, but those who go to the lengths of dealing to make a quick buck tend to be less privileged.Also, no one said anything about pocket money. The guy was absolutely disgusted about spending £300 on a child at Christmas. As someone who is 27 and has 3 kids, from no privileged background. It really wasn't hard to get into a position to comfortably provide a decent present for them. Most parents I see that say they are struggling, eat BS convenience food and spend their entire budget on themselves, Costa Coffees and big flat screen tvs xD.


WOW. I mostly agree (I guess?).
Wasn't really expecting to start a debate about poverty and economics. Like you said, I was simply saddened that people would throw away £300 on a toy.
bryan197919/12/2019 22:06

It’s for me, not my son


I just got the 1989 batmobile.... Its mint #sotc
Is this a real spaceship?
SniperViper19/12/2019 22:40

... Did you also not buy your kids a gaming PC? Virtual reality headsets? …... Did you also not buy your kids a gaming PC? Virtual reality headsets? Xboxs? Play station? Nintendo switches ? Mobile phones? If you want to raise your kids as poor so they can "appreciate the value of money one day", which usually backfires to them spending their time on the streets and dealing to make the money you won't give them.. then go ahead. But don't assume people with money wouldn't want to get 4000 bricks or quality time with their kids, looking at all the scenes, characters and actually practicing fine motor skills.


I think you have a very distorted view on parenting, it's not a choice between an expensive gift and raising kids poor, there is a middle ground here. Poor kids don't end up on the streets dealing, it's a very flippant statement and more significant factors such as bad parenting or unfortunate events in their life may lead to this.. however there are plenty of dealers from privileged backgrounds too..

Just because someone can't afford to buy a death Star for their kid for Christmas it doesn't mean they are failing as a parent or their kids will turn to drugs.

Merry Christmas
SniperViper20/12/2019 08:37

I can tell you, that the people I know that do look into the lucrative …I can tell you, that the people I know that do look into the lucrative market, didn't come from homes where Mummy and Daddy were still together and provided the bare essentials to "fit in" in modern society. If you need convincing, type in "Correlation Poverty Drugs UK" into google, you'll have plenty of bedtime reading. Yes, there are a lot of well off, well raised drug USERS, but those who go to the lengths of dealing to make a quick buck tend to be less privileged.Also, no one said anything about pocket money. The guy was absolutely disgusted about spending £300 on a child at Christmas. As someone who is 27 and has 3 kids, from no privileged background. It really wasn't hard to get into a position to comfortably provide a decent present for them. Most parents I see that say they are struggling, eat BS convenience food and spend their entire budget on themselves, Costa Coffees and big flat screen tvs xD.


Not sure you know what planet you're on, it works both ways eg: often the more well off mummys boys, who are gifted cars and free rent, who were selling weed because they could afford the bulk as opposed to those students or minimum wage holding down a bedsit often unable to fund £40 of groceries let alone £400 of anything.

Anyway, if you think buying a child £300 of Lego is an intelligent way to orient him in the world then you have a lot to learn about child development.

Expensive toys are fun, throwing money at your kids in lieu of moral grounding is fun, but not a panacea. The idea that if you don't spend egregious amounts on your children's toys then they will be poverty stricken drug dealers sounds is a twisted consumerism obsessed view; more like covering up for lack of real parenting which doesn't involve spending thousands on spoiling with toys thinking that that will provide some kind of moral compass
XEntity20/12/2019 08:53

I think you have a very distorted view on parenting, it's not a choice …I think you have a very distorted view on parenting, it's not a choice between an expensive gift and raising kids poor, there is a middle ground here. Poor kids don't end up on the streets dealing, it's a very flippant statement and more significant factors such as bad parenting or unfortunate events in their life may lead to this.. however there are plenty of dealers from privileged backgrounds too..Just because someone can't afford to buy a death Star for their kid for Christmas it doesn't mean they are failing as a parent or their kids will turn to drugs.Merry Christmas


My parenting views were not outlined here in the slightest. Only the fact, that I didn't agree with one statement. "Who's really gonna get their kid this for Christmas?". My original point was that some people are in a position to buy it for their kids, and it's a wonderful gift if they're a fan of lego/star wars or you want to see if they're interested in building things. I made exaggerations and generalisations, sure. As did you when you managed to calculate my "view on parenting" when I hadn't made any comment toward it :).
muppetrider20/12/2019 08:57

Not sure you know what planet you're on, it works both ways eg: often the …Not sure you know what planet you're on, it works both ways eg: often the more well off mummys boys, who are gifted cars and free rent, who were selling weed because they could afford the bulk as opposed to those students or minimum wage holding down a bedsit often unable to fund £40 of groceries let alone £400 of anything.Anyway, if you think buying a child £300 of Lego is an intelligent way to orient him in the world then you have a lot to learn about child development.Expensive toys are fun, throwing money at your kids in lieu of moral grounding is fun, but not a panacea. The idea that if you don't spend egregious amounts on your children's toys then they will be poverty stricken drug dealers sounds is a twisted consumerism obsessed view; more like covering up for lack of real parenting which doesn't involve spending thousands on spoiling with toys thinking that that will provide some kind of moral compass


Firstly, it wasn't an argument to go and buy a £300+ toy for your kid. It was the fact the comment was so against it, "Who's really gonna get their kid this for Christmas?". Like it's something that could never be logical... That's where my problem lied. Also I never once said to spoil them throughout the year, or "throwing money at your kids". It's Christmas for god sake...

Also, the dealing was an exaggeration to round off a point. But I understand if you want to get into the academic side, that's fine, attacking blatant exaggeration is a common way for someone with very little knowledge to get in the ring.

Your argument about £40 on groceries after holding down a bedsit is quite interesting. Lets say with unskilled labour jobs, you can fetch 18k a year? That's 1.3k a month? Bed sit is £350... £40 a week on groceries is roughly £160? So now we have £510 out of 1.3k. Where's your other £800 going matey? Definitely not on your kids Christmas.
SniperViper20/12/2019 08:59

My parenting views were not outlined here in the slightest. Only the fact, …My parenting views were not outlined here in the slightest. Only the fact, that I didn't agree with one statement. "Who's really gonna get their kid this for Christmas?". My original point was that some people are in a position to buy it for their kids, and it's a wonderful gift if they're a fan of lego/star wars or you want to see if they're interested in building things. I made exaggerations and generalisations, sure. As did you when you managed to calculate my "view on parenting" when I hadn't made any comment toward it :).


Yeah, re-reading I guess you are right, if you'd left the drug dealing out it would have made your argument better have a good one!
XEntity20/12/2019 09:35

Yeah, re-reading I guess you are right, if you'd left the drug dealing out …Yeah, re-reading I guess you are right, if you'd left the drug dealing out it would have made your argument better have a good one!


You too. Merry Christmas :).
gidsterc19/12/2019 21:42

Cool. But stupid price. Who's really gonna get their kid this for …Cool. But stupid price. Who's really gonna get their kid this for Christmas?


Good investments these. Let alone great for adults.
Santa please buy me some Lego shares . These prices are ridiculous
If I didn't already have this I'd buy it again.
can someone buy me this
wolf3305520/12/2019 00:18

So you buy them, build them and then dismantle them before putting them up …So you buy them, build them and then dismantle them before putting them up for sale?Also I am disapointed in all of you, no "that's no moon" or "it's a trap" comments


Opening and building instantly lose loads of money!
englandbulldog20/12/2019 08:44

I just got the 1989 batmobile.... Its mint #sotc


I’ve just got the X-Wing, Tantive VI, Snowspeeder and Slave 1 (plus a load of smaller Star Wars sets) from Black Friday deals, yet I’m still jealous!!!
Nana1419/12/2019 22:13

At least your being honest .


Why lie, he has his Lego and I have mine. I help him, and he makes me take longer lol
bryan197920/12/2019 11:01

I’ve just got the X-Wing, Tantive VI, Snowspeeder and Slave 1 (plus a load …I’ve just got the X-Wing, Tantive VI, Snowspeeder and Slave 1 (plus a load of smaller Star Wars sets) from Black Friday deals, yet I’m still jealous!!!


Mate if your on Facebook, join the group "one sixth nerds empire chat" they regularly do raffles etc for expensive lego and collectables... that's where I won the 1989 batmobile, I've won loads of stuff from there... Good bunch of lads
This post is amazing. Nearly as amazing as the comments.
AMaky19/12/2019 23:21

the mini batmobile sells really well btw.


Yeah I seen it at £55ish
Didn't know if keeping for a few year was best
wayne1220/12/2019 13:34

Yeah I seen it at £55ishDidn't know if keeping for a few year was best


Its the bigger one that holds the value, small ones not so much
wayne1220/12/2019 13:34

Yeah I seen it at £55ishDidn't know if keeping for a few year was best


mine sold for just over 80 on an auction plus delivery a week ago.

Plus xmas tree over 30.
together with 100£ worth of points i accumulated, the big set was pretty much free.
Edited by: "AMaky" 20th Dec 2019
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