LEGO Star Wars Death Star 75159
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Reenact amazing scenes from the Star Wars saga with the Empire’s ultimate planet-zapping weapon—the Death Star!

With over 4,000 pieces, this fantastic model has a galaxy of intricate and authentic environments, including a superlaser control room, Imperial conference chamber, hangar bay with moving launch rack and Lord Vader's TIE Advanced with space for Vader inside, Emperor Palpatine's throne room, Droid maintenance room, detention block, trash compactor, tractor beam, cargo area, turbo laser with spring-loaded shooters and seats for the 2 Death Star Gunners, and 2 movable turbo laser towers.

Includes 23 minifigures: Grand Moff Tarkin, Darth Vader, Emperor Palpatine, Imperial Navy Officer, Imperial Officer, 2 Stormtroopers, 2 Death Star Troopers, 2 Emperor's Royal Guards, 2 Death Star Gunners, Death Star Droid, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Chewbacca, Princess Leia, C-3PO, Han Solo, Han Solo (disguise), Luke Skywalker (Tatooine), Luke Skywalker (disguise) and Luke Skywalker (final duel), plus R2-D2, an Imperial Astromech and a Dianoga trash compactor monster.

Features a superlaser control room, Imperial conference chamber, hangar bay with moving launch rack and detachable TIE Advanced with space for Lord Vader inside, Emperor Palpatine’s throne room, Droid maintenance room, detention block, trash compactor, tractor beam, cargo area, turbo laser with spring-loaded shooters and seats for the 2 Death Star gunners, and 2 movable turbo laser towers.

Item No: 5702015593946
$899.00
or pay from $8.71 per week. Click here for more information marble finance logo
Product Description:

Reenact amazing scenes from the Star Wars saga with the Empire’s ultimate planet-zapping weapon—the Death Star!

With over 4,000 pieces, this fantastic model has a galaxy of intricate and authentic environments, including a superlaser control room, Imperial conference chamber, hangar bay with moving launch rack and Lord Vader's TIE Advanced with space for Vader inside, Emperor Palpatine's throne room, Droid maintenance room, detention block, trash compactor, tractor beam, cargo area, turbo laser with spring-loaded shooters and seats for the 2 Death Star Gunners, and 2 movable turbo laser towers.

Includes 23 minifigures: Grand Moff Tarkin, Darth Vader, Emperor Palpatine, Imperial Navy Officer, Imperial Officer, 2 Stormtroopers, 2 Death Star Troopers, 2 Emperor's Royal Guards, 2 Death Star Gunners, Death Star Droid, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Chewbacca, Princess Leia, C-3PO, Han Solo, Han Solo (disguise), Luke Skywalker (Tatooine), Luke Skywalker (disguise) and Luke Skywalker (final duel), plus R2-D2, an Imperial Astromech and a Dianoga trash compactor monster.

Features a superlaser control room, Imperial conference chamber, hangar bay with moving launch rack and detachable TIE Advanced with space for Lord Vader inside, Emperor Palpatine’s throne room, Droid maintenance room, detention block, trash compactor, tractor beam, cargo area, turbo laser with spring-loaded shooters and seats for the 2 Death Star gunners, and 2 movable turbo laser towers.

Item No: 5702015593946
Product Description

Reenact amazing scenes from the Star Wars saga with the Empire’s ultimate planet-zapping weapon—the Death Star!

With over 4,000 pieces, this fantastic model has a galaxy of intricate and authentic environments, including a superlaser control room, Imperial conference chamber, hangar bay with moving launch rack and Lord Vader's TIE Advanced with space for Vader inside, Emperor Palpatine's throne room, Droid maintenance room, detention block, trash compactor, tractor beam, cargo area, turbo laser with spring-loaded shooters and seats for the 2 Death Star Gunners, and 2 movable turbo laser towers.

Includes 23 minifigures: Grand Moff Tarkin, Darth Vader, Emperor Palpatine, Imperial Navy Officer, Imperial Officer, 2 Stormtroopers, 2 Death Star Troopers, 2 Emperor's Royal Guards, 2 Death Star Gunners, Death Star Droid, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Chewbacca, Princess Leia, C-3PO, Han Solo, Han Solo (disguise), Luke Skywalker (Tatooine), Luke Skywalker (disguise) and Luke Skywalker (final duel), plus R2-D2, an Imperial Astromech and a Dianoga trash compactor monster.

Features a superlaser control room, Imperial conference chamber, hangar bay with moving launch rack and detachable TIE Advanced with space for Lord Vader inside, Emperor Palpatine’s throne room, Droid maintenance room, detention block, trash compactor, tractor beam, cargo area, turbo laser with spring-loaded shooters and seats for the 2 Death Star gunners, and 2 movable turbo laser towers.

Item No: 5702015593946

Features & Benefits

  • Win the battle for the Empire with the awesome Death Star!
  • This amazing Star Wars model has so many great rooms, chambers, hangars and more, you won’t know whe
  • This fantastic set also includes 23 iconic minifigures and 2 Droids to ensure hours of Star Wars bat
  • Piece Count 4016
  • Age Range 14+
  • Measures over 16” (41cm) high, and 16” (42cm) wide.

Customer Reviews

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Great set
Ever since I was young, I have always wanted the Lego death star, but the old one was so outdated that I never saved enough to get it. Once this one came out, I knew I had to get it. It doesn't deserve All the hate, just because it is $100 more. It has so many minifigs and big plates that are worth more than 10 cents per piece. I just wish it could have had a little more updates such as remodeling some of the interior. They could have put some grey pieces to put on the emperor's stairs, like the Death Star final duel set had. Also the trash compactor leaks pieces a lot. That's why I fixed those things!
June 27, 2019
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The battle station is fully operational!!
I just finished building the ultimate collectorâ??s series death star and it is totally awesome. One of my most favourite features are the detention block and the trash compactor.i like how the detention block has a little trap door leading right to the compactor and you can make han, luke, chewie and leia jump in. I also like how the stickers in the detention blocks hallway make it look longer. I also like the hangar bay too and how LEGO revised the diagona. My favourite minifigure is the black suited imperial officer and imperial navy troopers. I strongly recomend this set if you have enough money!!
June 24, 2019
Originally posted at
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Great set, bit pricey
First off, let me say that I am a huge Lego fan. And for any other Lego fan, this is a must-have Lego set. Although similar to the first, it's still a fun build for anyone. It is pretty pricey, though. It has 200 more pieces than the first, and they charge 100 extra dollars. It should be no more than 450. Still a cool set, and I would recommend.
June 17, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
tick box set
For me this whole set was just a tick box exercise to have a death star with the Disney logo on the box. lets be clear this is simply the previous death star re-branded and re-packaged. I was hoping for something new or significantly bigger and better. 250 pieces more in my eyes is not that. For me this was a great opportunity wasted and smacks of pure laziness
June 17, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Not impressed!
First I have to say I and everyone in my family LOVES Lego!! And this is the only item I have ever given such a poor review of.
I also own the last Death Star and I have to say this new one is nothing more than the original one with different figures and a few MINOR improvements. That being said it costs $100 more!
If you have the prior Death Star I would skip this one. The changes to this one are not even note worthy in my opinion. If you do not have a Death Star I would consider this one but I feel it is way over priced.
So we still love Lego but I wish I could go back in time and skip this set. Cheers!
June 17, 2019
Originally posted at
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this is where he fun begins!
i, like some of these other reviewers, thought that this set was overpriced for what it was, a remake of the older death star, but for someone who doesn't have the death star from before and doesn't want to pay for the original set, which at this point has reached higher prices than this set, this a great set. when it comes to build time, this set is LONG, but since die hard fans are usually the ones buying and building these kinds of sets, its not a problem. i love taking a long time on these sets and in my opinion, that just adds to the play-ability of the set. Once the set is done, however, then that is when the fun begins! with fourteen rooms and 27 different figures, there is hours upon hours of play-ability. i love that there are several of some mini-figures for multiple scenes. the only thing i would suggest is adding more storm troopers. All in all, this is a great set and i would recommend it to any die-hard, star wars Lego fan! it is a great play-set and a conversation piece.
June 17, 2019
Originally posted at
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"That's No Moon" -Obi-Wan Kenobi
To Start, I'd like to say the green lasers do fall off, I mean I'm not one of those haters who absolutely judges LEGO 24/7 I'm just warning you because I've lost a few. Anyways, I think the set was great it honestly had a lot of iconic scenes in it. From the garbage disposal to the meeting room. If you're thinking you don't have enough money I would figure out a way how to get more because, this is the greatest and funniest LEGO set I had ever built and I've built quite a few. Just another procation, the elevator is a little tricky.
June 17, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Everyone is overreacting, Krennic delivered
People are overreacting. Krennic made sure to deliver a Death Star, and he did.
As soon as the pictures of 75159 and 75098 came out, the community ranted on these sets. This reaction will soon grow to the universal dislike of both sets. Both those sets had high price-per-piece ratios, yet 10236 had a higher ratio, and it was met with universal acclaim. 10236 even had fewer figures and fewer exclusive ones. 75159 upset a lot because many own 10188. For the regular customer, an improved remake with a slightly increased price tag is favourable over a discontinued set that is 2-3 times the price. After reading many of the reviews, it is clear that they’re reviewing the price tag, the UCS label, and the picture at the front. I never seen people do an instruction manual comparison, and prove the sets to be complete replicas. Many people enjoy the set, so it isn’t right to push the negative reaction. Now to the review.
This model requires a clear table to make most of your play. Since this model is so heavy, it is important to carry it using both arms, and have it close to the floor. This model is not sturdy, and it cannot withstand falls. To show the amount of room, I took photos of the death star without the minifigures. Since the rooms are connected and have a lot of space, there is a lot of play value. To provide vehicle play value, we get a TIE advanced; the model’s wings come off too easily, and it cannot withstand pressure. Despite the space constraints, the throne room was captured well, and the railing has a more precise location.
After comparing the building instructions, I found the sets to be structurally the same. In the old set, only grey bricks embed the plates, coloured bricks are ow embedded into the plates and several sections of the set feel more complete. The railings are more curved and complete. The racks and canisters have more pieces in their builds, and they look more detailed. The biggest improvement are the minifigures, and now they are up to today’s standards. You also get four more imperials. Tarkin has a more detailed torso and lighter hair than his Rebels counterpart. Leia’s torso, and Han’s hair were long overdue updates. We finally got them. The Death Star Troopers exclusive torso better match the films. The lieutenant and officer are recurring extras, and have unique torsos. All capes use crease-free fabric. Consoles have updated prints. The turbo laser has received a huge update, and the central laser is more secured.
As someone who did not own 10188, the entire build process felt new to me. I just got into LEGO Star Wars when 10188 came out, and I was never able to afford it. By the time I could, I was disappointed with 10188’s minifigure selection. With 75159’s release, it worked out in the end. If you already own 10188, this set is probably not worth your time, money, and space. If you enjoy Star Wars and Rogue One, and you want your VIP points to go to good use, I highly recommend this set.
I hope this helps. Merry Christmas and happy holidays
June 16, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Everyone is overreacting, Krennic delivered
People are overreacting. Krennic made sure to deliver a Death Star, and he did.
As soon as the pictures of 75159 and 75098 came out, the community ranted on these sets. This reaction will soon grow to the universal dislike of both sets. Both those sets had high price-per-piece ratios, yet 10236 had a higher ratio, and it was met with universal acclaim. 10236 even had fewer figures and fewer exclusive ones. 75159 upset a lot because many own 10188. For the regular customer, an improved remake with a slightly increased price tag is favourable over a discontinued set that is 2-3 times the price. After reading many of the reviews, it is clear that theyâ??re reviewing the price tag, the UCS label, and the picture at the front. I never seen people do an instruction manual comparison, and prove the sets to be complete replicas. Many people enjoy the set, so it isnâ??t right to push the negative reaction. Now to the review.
This model requires a clear table to make most of your play. Since this model is so heavy, it is important to carry it using both arms, and have it close to the floor. This model is not sturdy, and it cannot withstand falls. To show the amount of room, I took photos of the death star without the minifigures. Since the rooms are connected and have a lot of space, there is a lot of play value. To provide vehicle play value, we get a TIE advanced; the modelâ??s wings come off too easily, and it cannot withstand pressure. Despite the space constraints, the throne room was captured well, and the railing has a more precise location.
After comparing the building instructions, I found the sets to be structurally the same. In the old set, only grey bricks embed the plates, coloured bricks are ow embedded into the plates and several sections of the set feel more complete. The railings are more curved and complete. The racks and canisters have more pieces in their builds, and they look more detailed. The biggest improvement are the minifigures, and now they are up to todayâ??s standards. You also get four more imperials. Tarkin has a more detailed torso and lighter hair than his Rebels counterpart. Leiaâ??s torso, and Hanâ??s hair were long overdue updates. We finally got them. The Death Star Troopers exclusive torso better match the films. The lieutenant and officer are recurring extras, and have unique torsos. All capes use crease-free fabric. Consoles have updated prints. The turbo laser has received a huge update, and the central laser is more secured.
As someone who did not own 10188, the entire build process felt new to me. I just got into LEGO Star Wars when 10188 came out, and I was never able to afford it. By the time I could, I was disappointed with 10188â??s minifigure selection. With 75159â??s release, it worked out in the end. If you already own 10188, this set is probably not worth your time, money, and space. If you enjoy Star Wars and Rogue One, and you want your VIP points to go to good use, I highly recommend this set.
I hope this helps. Merry Christmas and happy holidays
June 14, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Glorified Dolls house
This set is ok but would of been better if it had outer panels to make it look like the death star then remove them to play inside. minifigures are great but for the price of this set i cant help feeling slightly dissapointed.

overall its a glorified dolls house but had to get as collect star wars lego.
June 13, 2019
Originally posted at
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