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LEGO Creator Expert Assembly Square 10255 Building Kit $299 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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RRP $399.99, Save $100.99

Build the amazing Assembly Square, featuring multiple shops, a dentist’s office, a dance studio, and sidewalk with outdoor café furniture
Modular model allows for a variety of display positions and ease of transport. Features an elaborate façade with beautifully detailed windows and doors and much more
Includes eight minifigures, a dentist, barista, baker, florist, music store assistant, dancer, photographer and a LEGO fan, plus baby figure
LEGO Creator Expert building toys are compatible with all LEGO construction sets for creative building
Measures over 13-inch high, 14-inch wide and 9-inch deep

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  • +2 votes

    Thanks! Grabbed one!

    • Serious question but…

      where do you put all your lego models once you built them?

      these model are quite expensive and don't have much replay value..
      unless you gonna take it apart and rebuild again (which isn't really any point in doing this)

    • Do people who buy lego models $200 to $1000
      see them as an investment to resell the models later on?

      It is alot of money to spend just to leave it as a model on display.. or just shove in a closet somewhere..

      The cost of lego models can buy a new phone, or new pc hardware etc..
      that is regularly used and not just leave it on display on or in a closet.

      • The cost of lego models can buy a new phone, or new pc hardware etc..

        Not everyone is a PC gamer, and how many phones does one need? I rarely sell Lego, and they've only been MISB doubles. I typically box up old UCS sets to make room for newer ones, but at least Lego can hold value unlike a phone that depreciates the second you buy it, particularly if it's not an iPhone.

        • so you plan to resell the models one day?

          Lego keeps churning out these models, so how do the model you have double or hold value?
          Like all these models keeps coming up on ozbargain..
          only case is if Lego stops making a particular model, then the rarity would make them more valuable..
          but even then, there would likely be thousands to million of the same model..so it would be that super rare except for a few..

          PC hardware or phones is just example, but what I mean is they get used more like daily vs a model that is now just display piece
          or just get shoved inside some storage container.
          If you keep building all these models, sooner you can going to run out of space to put them on display, just then just get bin in some storage container in the attic/garage etc..

          You only need one phone, but the money on these expensive models can be used to buy a better phone, if you are spending that much on lego each year..
          And your question..can be said the same for lego models, you build one, then it gets store, build another it gets stored..yet there is no replay or reused value in the models once it is built.

          I have built some cheapy lego model (less than $50), and while it was fun to build
          once done it is now just that..no more use any more..no more replay any more..
          I don't see how I can spend $200 to $1000 for a more expensive model when I know there is no replay value.

          I also now have to put it somewhere on a shelf, and at some point the model fell down after an accident and I lost some pieces
          I manage to find most of the pieces, and was lucky there was a spare piece in the set to fix the model.

          • @pinkybrain:

            so you plan to resell the models one day?

            No. I'm not an 'investor,' I buy to collect and display. The few that I've sold were always doubles and I've never had to sell at a loss.

            Like all these models keeps coming up on ozbargain.. […] only case is if Lego stops making a particular model, then the rarity would make them more valuable.. but even then, there would likely be thousands to million of the same model..so it would be that super rare except for a few..

            Not necessarily. While it's true that lately, sets are sold in much longer runs, e.g. UCS Death Star 75159 which is still selling 4 years on from its re-release vs 10188's 2 years, or the recent modulars vs Green Grocer, etc., if you follow Lego, you can have a rough idea of demand and buy accordingly. It's only in the last decade that TLG really wised up to the secondary market, but even superceded sets with demonstrable improved replacements like v1 Star Wars UCS vehicles will at least sell more than their RRP on collectability alone. Lego fandom is driven by FOMO.

            And your question..can be said the same for lego models, you build one, then it gets store, build another it gets stored..yet there is no replay or reused value in the models once it is built.

            Of course there is. Complete, loose sets will still sell. Without packaging and instructions, you won't get as much as MISB, but check on BrickLick. If you mean personal or aesthetic value, then I disagree.

            I have built some cheapy lego model (less than $50), and while it was fun to build once done it is now just that..no more use any more..no more replay any more.. I also now have to put it somewhere on a shelf, and at some point the model fell down after an accident and I lost some pieces

            Of course you won't get replay value out of one lonely set as an adult. For the record, I haven't lost a piece in years. My low value sets won't get bagged and numbered, they'll be disassembled and the bricks will go into buckets which I can then play around with or use in MOCs when I have the time. As Marie Kondo might say, that brings me joy. More than an RTX card or a marginally better phone.

          • @pinkybrain: A lot of modern built sets kept with original box and instructions can get 90% of the mint price . Last 3 modular building that retired have gone up in value from 100% To 300% . So good themes whether built or stored are smashing dough returns in the bank :)

      • Lego is an appreciating asset as often as it isn't.

        Sets like this will easily keep their value and more, nevermind at a sales price like this.

        Leaving that aside, having sets galore on display is awesome

      • I started collecting this series from the start. I sold Market St as wasn’t a big fan sealed in box for $1650 (bought about 5 years earlier for $250). I also had some green grocers which I sold for a good profit too. I originally bought some doubles/triples from UK as were $160 there at time vs $300+ here, to help fund the future purchases. I really wanted Cafe Corner and had to buy that second hand for $750…

        My plan was to keep buying them all but it started getting too expensive to shell out $300 each time a new one got released.

        Selling market st released the pressure of having to keep buying them!

  • Disappears when adding to cart. Appears to be all gone.

  • Sold out :(

  • Damn missed it

  • Wow. 🐪 🐪 🐪 is supposed to tell me about this. OzBargain alerts are too slow.

    • I have camelcamel notification enabled too but even now it still hasn't detected the price drop.

      Good thing I had Chrome plugin Distil Alert monitoring the text change on the price (checking every 5m). That notified me when I was on my computer so I jumped on it straightaway.

      Been trying to get this for months!

  • Kmart price match but impossible to get there too

    https://www.kmart.com.au/product/lego-creator-expert-assembl...

  • 200+ Units sold in 20mins. Crazy LEGO panic buy.

  • Damn, I badly want this one, and every time its on sale its gone by the time I get to it :(

  • thanks OP

  • I turn my back for a few seconds and this is what happens :)

  • "Not for sale to persons under the age of 16. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 16 years of age or over. This item must be used responsibly and appropriately."

    Gee pretty strict on the 16+ recommendation!

  • I been on Ozbargain all day today, the min i went to the loo this happens……………

    Are we suppose to hold our sh*t just to nab a bargain now?????

    :(

  • Dammit

  • I guess the stock was less than 5.

  • This is the same price I paid for my set back in 2017. Great to see this price again.

  • This is by far my favourite of the series.