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LEGO Ship in a Bottle 92177 $95.20 Delivered @ Amazon AU


The bottle on stand measures over 3" (10cm) high, 12" (31cm) wide and 3" (10cm) deep;
Ship measures over 3" (8cm) high, 5" (14cm) long and 1" (5cm) wide
962 pieces – Advanced building set for boys and girls aged 12+ and for fans and big kids of all ages

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  • +6

    Note this is a re-issue of LEGO 21313 Ideas Ship in a Bottle

    Difference - Apparently only the box

  • +7

    This is the re-release of 21313. The old model went to below the $80 mark a few times so if you aren't in a rush might be good to hold out.

    • +2

      Did it go below as a result of being the old model and thus superseded?

      • +2

        No. It was retired for about 11 months before the resurrection was announced.

        Same as Saturn V rocket.

    • +1

      Agree, I think the RRP on this is 119.99 but as soon as it arrived in Aus (last week) I've already seen it at $95 (+ shipping) and $99 at a few places I think.

      I'll wait.

  • +4

    Looks awesome. Perfect for the home Office

    • +2

      It's one of their best home ornaments imo and this is coming from someone who rarely buys Lego Ideas sets as I mainly collect Stars Wars and Technic stuff.

      All of those transparent pieces really catch the light well, especially near a window, and it looks believably realistic from a distance.

    • +2

      What plastic pollution? The bags the Lego is packed in?

    • +11

      The thing with Lego is that it's so high quality that you aren't suppose to ever throw it out. You can play with it virtually forever, resell them, gift them, etc.

      Lego are also moving to paper bags.

      • +2

        Yep, my kids playing with 35 yr old lego. Still just as strong the new stuff.

        Great news re paper bags.

    • +6

      I think you are thinking about coffee cup lids.

    • +9

      Sometimes I am really concerned with all the plastic pollution Lego leads to.

      1. Lego already do more than more than much pretty much any other multinational at offsetting their carbon footprint and reducing the environmental impact of their operations.

      2. The most common types of plastics that end up polluting the environment are disposable, incredibly low-cost grades of plastic that are ironically the most recyclable (cigarette butts, plastic bottles, food wrappings, plastic bags, straws, styrofoam, etc) and not high-quality ABS plastics of the kind found in Lego.

      3. Due to it's high-quality construction, Lego is endlessly reusable and has perhaps the longest lifespan of any children's toy. You can pass the Lego sets you buy onto your children or friend's children, you can resell it in assorted bags or as complete sets (the resale market is ever-expanding and is as dependable as blue chip stocks these days), and the pieces are so well-made and durable that they will continue to work as intended for decades and decades unlike 90% of toys made in China that are literally good for a year or two in the hands of a typical child. They're easy to sterilise (chuck them into a bathtub and run hot water mixed with antibacterial soap), they're useful for encouraging children to develop an understanding of concepts like mechanics, physics, geometry and mathematics and the Lego group itself is perhaps one of the most benevolent and genuinely good-hearted multinational corporations in existence, that are worth supporting.

      Do you realise 95% of the plastic in the oceans comes from 10 rivers in Asia (which ranks as the smallest Lego market by annual net sales globally) and that China, India and the US contribute 95% of the world's CO2 emissions?

      Seriously, if you want to grandstand on your moral high horse at least pick a more worthwhile "villain" than a toy manufacturer that takes environmental conservation and sustainability more seriously than some of the most populous nations in the world.

  • +10

    Remember there is the Little Birdie coupon code that takes $20 off $79 spent for new Amazon accounts. Just clear your cookies and use incognito (to skip mobile phone verification), create a new account with a new email address and you're getting this for $79

    • thanks, get one at $79 ;)

    • wow that was an ordeal to set up. had used all my other usual email accounts lol

    • Struggling to get through without mobile phone verification… have cleared all cookies and then used incognito. diff browsers, diff devices… any other ideas?

      • Its really, really finicking. But I've found a sure-fire way to get it without ever needing mobile phone verification. Create the account on a phone, either on incognito or the app.

  • 12" - easy for me to picture :-P

  • Don't worry scalpers aren't interested at that price :)

  • "the new piece count is actually just an error"

    If this is an error run then this will worth more money then the original. Lego don't make mistake often.

    • Going by the picture of the box on the Amazon page, the number of pieces isn't printed on there. You might need an EU or US copy to get the misprint, not the Australian one. (edit: Looks like only the US one, going by actual photos of the box on ebay)

      For example - https://www.lego.com/en-au/product/d-o-75278 - I have this set sitting in front of me. It only has the top three lines with the age, code and model name, not the number of pieces and "building toy" bit in multiple languages, which is the same as the image on amazon.com.au for a local copy. However if you look at the US import on amazon or on brickworks.eu, it has the number of pieces as well.

  • Damn lego sets these days are wild

    • They were pretty good in 2018 too!

  • How do you get it inside the bottle? Do you built it first or do you assemble it from inside?

    • Sorry if this spoils it for you but the bottle is also Lego.

  • +1

    back to $119. missed it.

  • +1

    toysrus is also sold out on this set.

  • Available again now for $95.20.

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