Lego Super Star Destroyer

Lego Super Star Destroyer

When it comes to humongous Star Wars Lego sets, the new Lego Super Star Destroyer ranks right up there with other impressive releases like the Lego Death Star Set. Star Destroyers are huge spaceships, but Super Star Destroyers are absolutely incredible in size. (This particular Super Star Destroyer, Executor, is Darth Vader’s personal flagship and the biggest of all.) This set actually includes a Star Destroyer in the same scale as this Super Star Destroyer, and from the above picture you can see that it is puny—about the size of a minifigure.

Just like an “actual” Super Star Destroyer, this Lego set is also huge. It features over 3,000 pieces, is almost 50″ long (4+ feet long!), and weighs about 8 pounds. The center section lifts off to reveal a command center, and the set comes with 5 minifigures: Darth Vader, Admiral Piett, Bossk , Dengar, and an IG-88.

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The Super Star Destroyer Executor has arrived! This jaw-dropping vessel is the personal flagship of Darth Vader, and serves as command ship at both the Battle of Hoth and the Battle of Endor. With its classic dagger-shaped design, the Executor is among the largest and most powerful vessels in the Star Wars galaxy.

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Lego Super Star Destroyer

  • Includes 5 minifigures: Darth Vader, Dengar, Bossk, Admiral Piett and IG-88
  • Measures nearly 50 inches (124.5 cm) long and weighs nearly 8 pounds (3.5kg)!
  • Features over 3,000 pieces!
  • Center section lifts off to reveal command center!
  • Includes display stand and data sheet label!

Order the Super Star Destroyer #10221 for $399.99 exclusively from Lego Shop.

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