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LEGO Star Wars Death Star (10188) (Discontinued by manufacturer)

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LEGO Star Wars Death Star (10188) (Discontinued by manufacturer)

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LEGO Star Wars Death Star (10188) (Discontinued by manufacturer)

Specifications

Brand
LEGO
Theme
LEGO Hard To Find, LEGO Star Wars
Gender
Unisex
Character
Star Wars
Model
10188
Age Range
12 & Up
Assembled Product Weight
16.1"
Color
Gray
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
23.86 x 16.50 x 20.79 Inches
Customer Reviews
4.8
492 reviews
5 stars
435
4 stars
39
3 stars
7
2 stars
5
1 stars
6
1-5 of 492 reviews

What can I say? It's the Death Star!

This is most definitely THE best LEGO set ever created! The LEGO version of the Death Star is incredible.There are so many features, LEGO didn't even advertise some of them! I don't want to spoil it for you, so I will keep these unmentioned features classified. One of the big things I want to emphasize in this review is the massiveness of the Death Star. As you are building it, you won't believe how the width and height just keep growing I remember thinking to myself, "Wow, I knew this thing was big, but I had know idea that it was THIS big!" It took me 15 whole hours to build the Death Star! That's the longest it has ever took me to build any LEGO set! That just tells you how big it is. You might think this is a pretty hard set to build. And if that's stopping you from buying it (take it from someone who built it), buy it anyway. Just because the Death Star is so big, doesn't mean it's hard to build. It'll just take awhile. The (extremely big) instruction manual is a very simple, step-by-step guide that is very easy to understand. So if you're a parent, and you're child wants the Death Star, but you don't think they can build it, think again. Another thing about the Death Star is the many rooms. Almost every one has familiar Star Wars scenery that is really fun to play with (I say ALMOST every one because there are some rooms that LEGO added to enhance the Death Star experience).Sometimes I pretend I'm George Lucas creating the film using the LEGO Death Star scenery and minifigures. All you have to do is get a camera (I have to use my mom's because I don't have one), pose the minifigures in the position you want them to be in, and take the picture! I even provided some of the pictures I took for you to look at. (Note: The last three pictures are snap-shots of a continuous scene. Ok, I'd better wrap this review up. But remember, next time you're on LEGO.com and you see the Death Star, don't hesitate to buy it, or, if you don't have enough money, put it on your Christmas list, or ask for it for your Birthday, it doesn't matter. Just make sure you get it somehow! Trust me. You're gonna love it.
In the world of Doctor Who, it's readily accepted that insides and outsides can exist in different dimensions, and that different time zones can be visited as easily as if they were different places. If you can swallow such conceits, then you're likely to share my view that LEGO's Death Star playset is one of the greatest LEGO sets ever released in any range. Whilst its half-hearted exterior couldn't hope to measure up to that of the majesty of the Death Star II ultimate collector's edition set, its movie-hopping interior boasts more genuine detail and finesse features than the total sum of previous Star Wars LEGO offerings. It is, quite simply, a masterpiece of a model. When this near four-thousand piece set arrived, the first thing that I did was to assemble its twenty-four minifigures, as recommended by the first of its heavy, ring-bound instruction manuals. Any Star Wars character of note who ever set foot on board either of the Empire's ill-fated battle stations is included here, and some of them in more than one incarnation. Luke Skywalker, for instance, appears in three different guises – firstly, in his farm boy outfit from Tatooine; secondly, in a unique stormtrooper outfit; and thirdly, as a fully-fledged, mechanical-appendage-sporting, black-clad Jedi Knight. Han Solo, similarly, appears in an exclusive stormtrooper outfit as well as his usual attire, alongside his constant companion Chewbacca; an Episode IV-styled Princess Leia; a cloaked Obi-Wan Kenobi; and the saga's seminal droid duo, C-3PO and R2-D2. Death Star stalwarts Darth Vader and Grand Moff Tarkin are present and correct too, as is the hard-to-find Emperor Palpatine, here equipped with his Return of the Jedi lightening. The minifigure count is than rounded out with a couple of stormtroopers; a brace of rare, red-clad royal guards; and no fewer than four imperial droids. Whilst it's true that many of the minifigures included in this set have been improved upon since (particularly Luke and Leia), there is still not a set that stands up to this one when it comes to the quantity and quality of its minifigures. Building the Death Star itself was an even more rewarding experience though, particularly as I eked it out over a few weeks, tackling one of the set's four internal boxes at a time (at £274.99, I had to make it last). Once the foundations were in place, the first floor offered all manner of tantalising treasures, including the infamous ‘trash compactor' (complete with compacting walls and Dianoga monster); tractor beam control room; and gaping chasm across which Luke and Leia must swing. As the build progressed, I didn't only get the satisfaction of being able to build superlative second floor rooms such as the ‘Vader vs Obi-Wan' hanger bay; throne room; and detention block, but also the pleasure of seeing how they interrelated with the rooms already constructed. The detention block, for instance, boasts a rubbish chute that leads, as it should, to the trash compactor; the throne room, meanwhile, is equipped with a fully-functional lift. Even the set's top tier, which stands only half as tall as the two below it, was not without reward as it allowed me to recreate the moment where Vader choked one of his subordinates around the conference table (“I find your lack of faith disturbing…”), not to mention that in which he loomed behind the overconfident Tarkin as the Rebel base honed into view on the monitor before them (which can easily be flipped round to be replaced by an image of the doomed Alderaan, depending how destructive you're feeling). The gigantic space station is colossal once assembled, taking up a nearly half a square metre wherever it's set down. Naturally, I lament the absence of an exterior – LEGO could have finished the model with a series of hinged grey walls to provide a more authentic finish without taking too much away from the playability of the spectacular interior, but even so, this set's finished model is as clearly the Death Star as LEGO's intricately-detailed ultimate collector's edition display piece. How could it not be with that menacing green death ray extruding from its distinguishing dish?

the best set ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

This set might be expensive but it is so worth it. I think if you have the money you would be mad not to get it. I mean how could you not, it is a combination of the two best things in the world!!!!!!!!!! Lego and Star Wars it is the best set I have!!!!!!

Death Star

Wow, I am so impressed with all the details that went into the design. took about 12 to 14 hours to build but I had a ball. the boys were playing as i was building it. They really like the jail and trash compactor, and its big enough they both can play at the same time. finished after they went to bed so can not wait till they see it in the morning!

Fun to build, and to play with

This is definitely the best playable Star Wars lego set. With so many recreatable scenes from the movies. The final product is well built, sturdy and is easy to move around. The biggest flaw is the instructions. The colors are hard to distinguish, especially between dark grey and black. But, overall, I really enjoyed building it.
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