LEGO STAR WARS: Sith TIE Fighter for £47.99 delivered using code @ IWOOT
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LEGO STAR WARS: Sith TIE Fighter for £47.99 delivered using code @ IWOOT

£47.99£49.984% Free P&P FreeI Want One of Those Deals
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Posted 21st May
Same deal as Zavvi but this one you get free delivery included, hence the small difference in price. Argos have it for £53.95 delivered. No bad for this ace TIE fighter seen int he latest instalment, which you can watch on Disney+.

"Launch a First Order mission with this super-fast Sith TIE Fighter! Prepare the starfighter at the docking tower. Leap into the cockpit and fly into battle. Hit top speed and fire the spring-loaded shooters! And the action doesn’t stop when you land. Can Resistance hero Finn blast his way to victory or will the dark side triumph? It's up to you!"

  • Let kids fly First Order pilot missions with this buildable Sith TIE fighter model (75272) featuring a slick, new-for-January-2020 design, just like in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker!
  • The TIE fighter features an opening minifigure cockpit and 2 spring-loaded missiles. There's also a docking tower for launch, landing and to display the construction model, plus 3 minifigures for role-play action.
  • The First Order TIE Pilot, Knight of Ren and Finn minifigures have cool weapons, and this set combines brilliantly with Poe Dameron's X-wing Fighter (75273) for epic First Order vs. Resistance battles.
  • This 470-piece set with iconic Star Wars™ characters offers a fun and rewarding building challenge for boys and girls aged 9+, and makes a super gift for kids on birthdays, at Christmas or as a special treat.
  • The Star Wars™ TIE fighter build measures over 8” (21cm) high, 9” (24cm) long and 8” (22cm) wide so it makes a striking construction model to display in any room when not being flown on First Order missions!
  • No batteries are needed with this fun TIE fighter building toy playset – it’s constructed purely from LEGO® bricks and powered by kids’ creativity for unlimited Star Wars™ action adventures.
  • Thinking of buying this Star Wars™ building toy for someone new to LEGO® sets? No problem. It comes with easy-to-follow, printed building instructions. Open the box and away they go!
  • LEGO® Star Wars™ collectible construction toys are great for kids (and adult fans) to build and display, recreate favourite scenes from the saga and create unique stories with iconic Star Wars characters.
  • No need to use the Force to connect or pull apart LEGO® bricks! They meet the highest industry standards to ensure consistency and a perfect, easy connection.
  • LEGO® bricks and pieces are heated, crushed, dropped, twisted and analysed to ensure that every building set meets the highest safety standards here on earth (and in galaxies far, far away!).
  • Age: 9+
  • Number of Pieces: 470


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What the hell is that monstrosity of a ship?? Looks worse than those ridiculous ones they brought out in Rogue One - TIE Strikers or something
Edited by: "Mojomaster1979" 21st May
Mojomaster197921/05/2020 12:42

What the hell is that monstrosity of a ship?? Looks worse than those …What the hell is that monstrosity of a ship?? Looks worse than those ridoculous ones they brought out in Rogue One - TIE Strikers or something


Yeah ugly, but the the Knights of Ren are £15 - £20 each. Think was posted yesterday though.
Edited by: "LoR1977" 21st May
Argos is still £65 I think you were confused with the Major Vonreg's TIE Fighter. Cheapest atmt
LoR197721/05/2020 12:52

Yeah ugly, but the the Knights of Ren are £15 - £20 each. Think was p …Yeah ugly, but the the Knights of Ren are £15 - £20 each. Think was posted yesterday though.


It was posted sort of, but the Zavvi one, not the IWOOT free del. one.
Not really worth £30, let alone nearly £50!
This set sort of sums up "Rise of Skywalker" film really, expensive, confusing, and overall very unsatisfying.
Akira_Cat21/05/2020 13:19

It was posted sort of, but the Zavvi one, not the IWOOT free del. one.



Cheers new I'd seen it, I went with IWOOT myself which is why I thought it was them.
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