The Series Millennium Falcon isn’t another normal LEGO set, as it just might be the most lust-worthy playsets yet.
The biggest certified LEGO set in history, the model features 7,541 pieces, which makes it probably the most intricate fabrication toy you’re sure to encounter. To put that in perspective, LEGO’s spectacular Millennium Falcon set from 2011 just used 1237 pieces.
The Millennium Falcon is 8 x 12 inches, producing a massive model that can be an instant focal point on any display corner. As is the standard for products in the Ultimate Collector Series, LEGO went far beyond to reconstruct the ship in an accurate way, as you can set this next to each other with a still from Star Wars and identify a lot of scrupulously recreated details.
It comes with 2 swappable indicator dishes to complement either the one from the original trilogy or even the edition from The Force Awakens. The cockpit has to seat for around 4 mini figures, while the first hold comes equipped with seats, a Dejarik holograph, and also an engineering department.