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Walmart has 864-Piece LEGO Ideas International Space Station Building Set (21321) on sale for $55.95. Shipping is free. Thanks mdawson

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This set features 2 rotating joints with 8 adjustable 'solar panels', posable Canadarm2 and other authentic details to discover as you build
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Walmart has 864-Piece LEGO Ideas International Space Station Building Set (21321) on sale for $55.95 + Free Shipping, lower than the previous FP deal.


This ISS model comes with a stand, 2 astronaut microfigures, a brick-built mini NASA space shuttle and 3 mini cargo spacecrafts. Featuring 2 rotating joints with 8 adjustable 'solar panels', posable Canadarm2 and other details.
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I have those three sets and agree that the ISS is small compared to the others, but I will say that I do enjoy seeing them displayed together in my office. For this price it's a nice compliment to the Apollo sets.

I think we can all agree that what we're really waiting for is a Falcon 9/Falcon Heavy set that's similar to the Saturn V with removable stages, Crew Dragon capsule, etc.
Then don't bother posting to a lego thread
as nice as this would look next to my saturn V and apollo lander... when i looked at this set awhile back it just seemed like too few pieces for what i would expect for the ISS.

decent deal though

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as nice as this would look next to my saturn V and apollo lander... when i looked at this set awhile back it just seemed like too few pieces for what i would expect for the ISS.

decent deal though
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I have never done one of these but i feel like they are pretty easy? My wife and I are thinking of buying one of these instead of another puzzle but would like something with a challenge.
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I have never done one of these but i feel like they are pretty easy? My wife and I are thinking of buying one of these instead of another puzzle but would like something with a challenge.
For an adult, regular legos really arnt a challenge. Easy but fun I find. Best bet if you want a challenge would be lego technic sets.
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as nice as this would look next to my saturn V and apollo lander... when i looked at this set awhile back it just seemed like too few pieces for what i would expect for the ISS.

decent deal though
I have those three sets and agree that the ISS is small compared to the others, but I will say that I do enjoy seeing them displayed together in my office. For this price it's a nice compliment to the Apollo sets.

I think we can all agree that what we're really waiting for is a Falcon 9/Falcon Heavy set that's similar to the Saturn V with removable stages, Crew Dragon capsule, etc.
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I have never done one of these but i feel like they are pretty easy? My wife and I are thinking of buying one of these instead of another puzzle but would like something with a challenge.
Legos are easy to put together. They are not like puzzles at all and still easier than hobby models.
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$4 cheaper than last deal. Amazon is sold out so they won't be price matching. Plus Walmart pickup means your box won't get destroyed. Good deal on a good set. My 9 yo loved it.
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I have those three sets and agree that the ISS is small compared to the others, but I will say that I do enjoy seeing them displayed together in my office. For this price it's a nice compliment to the Apollo sets.

I think we can all agree that what we're really waiting for is a Falcon 9/Falcon Heavy set that's similar to the Saturn V with removable stages, Crew Dragon capsule, etc.

Nah, I'm waiting on a new Space Shuttle with cargo bay doors that open, Canadarm, and detachable SRBs/external fuel tank.

Also, a launch tower for my Saturn V would be awesome. The Chinese knock off company makes one that seems to be compatible, but their QC isn't quite as nice as Lego's.
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Nah, I'm waiting on a new Space Shuttle with cargo bay doors that open, Canadarm, and detachable SRBs/external fuel tank.

Also, a launch tower for my Saturn V would be awesome. The Chinese knock off company makes one that seems to be compatible, but their QC isn't quite as nice as Lego's.
We definitely deserve a new space shuttle.
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Just a heads up, don't try to assemble the ISS under normal gravity.
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I have those three sets and agree that the ISS is small compared to the others, but I will say that I do enjoy seeing them displayed together in my office. For this price it's a nice compliment to the Apollo sets.

I think we can all agree that what we're really waiting for is a Falcon 9/Falcon Heavy set that's similar to the Saturn V with removable stages, Crew Dragon capsule, etc.
for space stuff, i'm almost more interested in historic. i'd love a 2-3k piece ISS, then a MIR and skylab. where the MIR/Skylab are the same scale (1:x) as the ISS.

but then again, it almost doesn't even matter for my collection. i can't bring myself to open the boxes :{
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I used to love LEGO, then I found out they're just plastic pieces that end up collecting dust on my shelves.
Then don't bother posting to a lego thread
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This set is great. My son got it a few months ago. Looks really nice and very detailed. Highly recommend it.
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