Today LEGO is announcing that it will be relaunching two of the more popular fan-inspired Ideas creations from the past several years. After previously retiring both the NASA Apollo Saturn V and Ship in a Bottle in previous years, the two creations will now be available once again later this fall. Head below the fold for additional information on the upcoming LEGO Apollo Saturn V rerelease.
LEGO plans to relaunch Apollo Saturn V Ideas kit
Given the popularity of the LEGO Ideas platform, two of its more iconic sets are now being released again after having been discontinued. First up there’s the Apollo Saturn V, which was originally released in 2017. It’s arguably the most sought-after set from the LEGO Ideas platform so far and brings the NASA spacecraft to brick-built form with 1,969-pieces.
Alongside just recreating a pretty iconic piece of American space exploration, the build measures over 39-inches tall and includes microfigs of NASA astronauts as well as authentic details from the Saturn V itself. Some other notable includes here is a miniature lunar lander and display stands for showing it off in your collection.
Then there’s the LEGO Ideas Ship in a Bottle, which first launched in the beginning of 2018. It includes just under 1,000-pieces and ushered in an era of kits that looked to blend home decor with brick-built creations. We previously found it to be a must-have in our hands-on review, and even with all of the sets that have come out…
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