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2840-Piece Cobi Historical Collection: R.M.S Titanic 1:300 Scale Building Set EXPIRED

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Walmart has 2840-Piece Cobi Historical Collection: R.M.S Titanic 1:300 Scale Building Set on clearance for $79.99. Shipping is free.

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About the Product
  • Contains 2,840 bricks and is the largest set of building blocks in Cobi's brand history
  • Scale of 1:300 and faithfully reproduces the shape of its legendary original
  • Weigh about 4.5kg
  • No stickers are used in the model
  • Fully compatible w/ other design brick brands
  • Illustrated manual included in each set
  • Complies w/ all international testing standards including EN71/ASTM

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  • Price Research: This is the best available price from a reputable merchant; most other sellers are 3rd party vendors ranging from $174 and up
  • Great for both the youngest of brick construction fans to adult enthusiasts of nautical history and ships
  • Not suitable for ages under 3 years of age and recommended for ages 8 and up
  • Item must be sold/shipped by Walmart
  • Offer valid while promotion last
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Lowest price I have seen for the Cobi Titanic. 2840 pieces and good reviews on Amazon. Seems like a awesome deal at clearance price.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/COBI-H.../974189035
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Isn't it supposed to be in two pieces.
*"LEGO" iceberg sold separately.
Got one for my 8yo son! He loves the Titanic! The walls of his bedroom are filled with homemade pieces of artwork and posters of the ship and of it hitting the iceberg. He has even built models of the ship out of cardboard all by himself. It's really more of an obsession and I have no clue why as we do not live anywhere near any ships or boats. Anyway, he will love this! Thanks again!

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Is there different versions of this? I bought something just like this a year or so ago for cheaper and took a while to build, looks very nice.
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Got one. I'm a huge adult Lego fan, honestly never seen Cobi brand before, but I also love the Titanic. The price seemed worth it to try it out.
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Is there different versions of this? I bought something just like this a year or so ago for cheaper and took a while to build, looks very nice.
Thought I got taken by another slick deal that wasn't slick...there are a few different cobi titanic sets.
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Picked one up. Looks awesome
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Got one for my 8yo son! He loves the Titanic! The walls of his bedroom are filled with homemade pieces of artwork and posters of the ship and of it hitting the iceberg. He has even built models of the ship out of cardboard all by himself. It's really more of an obsession and I have no clue why as we do not live anywhere near any ships or boats. Anyway, he will love this! Thanks again!
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That is a gargantuan set! At 0.02 cents a piece, why not?
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Isn't it supposed to be in two pieces.
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*"LEGO" iceberg sold separately.
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We got this for my son last year, and it's very nice. Some of the pictures in the instructions aren't very clear, so make sure you look at the pics carefully. Overall, very happy with it. As a reference, it's about 2 ft long when completed.
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Mine cracked in half.
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Does it float?
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$129 on amazon, and that looks to be the low price per CCC. so $80 seems quite slick.

my 6 y/o is currently obsessed about the titantic, so this is a timely birthday gift.
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Quote from timmyobama :
Does it float?
Nope.

It sinks.
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