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LEGO 75276 Star Wars Stormtrooper Helmet - £54.99 @ Smyths Toys
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LEGO 75276 Star Wars Stormtrooper Helmet - £54.99 @ Smyths Toys

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Posted 11th JunAvailable: National
Excellent new Star Wars Storm Trooper set also have Boba Fett too

Features
  • Detailed LEGO Stormtrooper Helmet build-to-display model for adults
  • Cool buildable model to inspire memories of classic Star Wars movie moments
  • Part of a series of collectible LEGO Star Wars build-and-display models
  • This Star Wars Stormtrooper Helmet is a great gift idea for people aged 18+
  • Awesome authentic details make it an attention-grabbing office desk model
  • Find your building Zen with this battery-free construction kit for adults
  • Includes step-by-step instructions to complete this challenging build
  • The LEGO Star Wars range of sets deliver hours of fun for fans of all ages
  • LEGO bricks connect and pull apart easily – no need to use the Force!
  • LEGO components are tested to meet the highest galactic safety standards!

Product Description

Fans of all ages may spark memories of epic Star Wars scenes with this super-detailed LEGO Star Wars Stormtrooper Helmet (75276) building set! The Stormtrooper’s sinister look is reproduced in detail with LEGO bricks plus graphics stickers, and the helmet comes with a base and nameplate to show it off at home or as an eye-catching office desk ornament.

This Stormtrooper Helmet model building set is a great LEGO gift idea for all adult Star Wars fans as well as teenagers, offering a fun challenge for any experienced LEGO builder. It’s part of a new-for- January2020, collectible series of cool LEGO Star Wars build-to- display model sets, including the Boba Fett Helmet (75277).

The Stormtrooper Helmet measures 7" (18cm) high, 5" (13cm) wide and 5" (13cm) deep.

Contains 647 pieces.
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Scalpers have been selling these at nearly £100 . I hate them so much. Heat!
Looks awful, wouldn't want this at any price
In stock and free delivery - out of stock most places including Lego direct
norvillerodgers11/06/2020 13:27

In stock and free delivery - out of stock most places including Lego direct


That doesn't mean that it's a "deal" though.
I would have posted this as a discussion tbh, like its great somewhere has them but I would really class it as a deal per say.
Edited by: "minifig290" 11th Jun
I'm a big fan of Lego and the original Stormtrooper design but this is not a good representation. It pains me to say it but Lego have not done a good job with this set. I'm not voting either way.
bassmanbish11/06/2020 13:49

I'm a big fan of Lego and the original Stormtrooper design but this is not …I'm a big fan of Lego and the original Stormtrooper design but this is not a good representation. It pains me to say it but Lego have not done a good job with this set. I'm not voting either way.



I am 100% with you on that.
Stormpooper11/06/2020 14:00

I am 100% with you on that.


Absolutely. This looks like the frame you'd put the smooth panels onto.
I got all 3 when they came out... Maybe I should chuck them on ebay
No deal, just wait for LEGO to restock.
werewolf_poo11/06/2020 14:29

I got all 3 when they came out... Maybe I should chuck them on ebay I got all 3 when they came out... Maybe I should chuck them on ebay


No point as you'd have had lots of competition, fussy buyers who insist on perfect boxes, scammers and about 15% in fees when taking the final value fee and PayPal into account, not to mention packing VERY well, postage and, or course... putting it on your tax return if you make >£1000pa! You'll be on to a loser until this set retires, and again, you'll have A LOT of competition to deal with unless you wait many years.
BabyDog11/06/2020 15:23

No point as you'd have had lots of competition, fussy buyers who insist on …No point as you'd have had lots of competition, fussy buyers who insist on perfect boxes, scammers and about 15% in fees when taking the final value fee and PayPal into account, not to mention packing VERY well, postage and, or course... putting it on your tax return if you make >£1000pa! You'll be on to a loser until this set retires, and again, you'll have A LOT of competition to deal with unless you wait many years.


Thats hilarious. I'm a collector BTW so wouldnt be selling them. So all my stuff is in perfect nick. Also who the hell pays 15%? Everyone knows u wait for the £1 FV deals before listing anything. I sold old sets last year as I was streamlining my collection and made over £2000 which was about £900 over rrp. If you think you think anyone with a personal account on ebay pays tax you are deluded.
Think most of us are well aware this site is packed with tax dodging business sellers masquerading as private sellers on Ebay.
I would guess very few of them have ever posted a worthwhile deal either
Parasites basically.
Yes lots of big companies don't pay their tax fairly but that doesn't make it right.
Incoming lol.
Edited by: "malm" 11th Jun
werewolf_poo11/06/2020 16:35

Thats hilarious. I'm a collector BTW so wouldnt be selling them. So all my …Thats hilarious. I'm a collector BTW so wouldnt be selling them. So all my stuff is in perfect nick. Also who the hell pays 15%? Everyone knows u wait for the £1 FV deals before listing anything. I sold old sets last year as I was streamlining my collection and made over £2000 which was about £900 over rrp. If you think you think anyone with a personal account on ebay pays tax you are deluded.


I pay tax on personal eBay accounts and it's plrivate accounts as fees are lower and more £1 FVF offers. I have 5 accounts so that I can sell 5 of each item at the same time. eBay don't care as long as they get their cut. Of course, my accountant "engineers" my figures so that some are from a personal collection (exempt) and other are trading (taxable above £1000). I'm far from deluded, I've been in the game for over 20 years!
malm11/06/2020 16:53

Think most of us are well aware this site is packed with tax dodging …Think most of us are well aware this site is packed with tax dodging business sellers masquerading as private sellers on Ebay.I would guess very few of them have ever posted a worthwhile deal either Parasites basically. Yes lots of big companies don't pay their tax fairly but that doesn't make it right.Incoming lol.


Not for much longer as HMRC are actively sending emails to busy private eBay sellers from tip-offs, I know 3 who've already been caught this year! It's competitors that grass up other sellers to HMRC, not eBay. I know because I've grassed some up myself when I've had shoddy service and problems with refunds.

It was great when I lived in Hong Kong and Dubai as eBay sales were tax exempt then.

If you want to 2x your money on eBay, you need to sell for 3x once fees/PayPal/Tax is taken into account.
BabyDog11/06/2020 18:16

I pay tax on personal eBay accounts and it's plrivate accounts as fees are …I pay tax on personal eBay accounts and it's plrivate accounts as fees are lower and more £1 FVF offers. I have 5 accounts so that I can sell 5 of each item at the same time. eBay don't care as long as they get their cut. Of course, my accountant "engineers" my figures so that some are from a personal collection (exempt) and other are trading (taxable above £1000). I'm far from deluded, I've been in the game for over 20 years!


Again I said anyone that has a personal account..... Clearly you are selling on ebay for income and not doing it to get rid of stuff you don't need. You are quite clearly intelligent enough to know the difference. I don't buy stuff to flip on ebay.
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