The Lego Ideas 92177 Ship in a Bottle has returned to the shelves after 3 years. This nautical-themed Lego build is the excellent next step for any Captain, big or small.
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Featuring a highly detailed ship with the captain’s quarters, cannons, masts, crow’s nest, and printed sail elements, the ship goes inside the bottle in a new twist.
Place the ship inside the LEGO brick-built bottle with a buildable cork, wax seal element, and water-style elements inside, then display the model on the stand featuring the ship’s ‘Leviathan’ nameplate, built-in ‘compass’ (non-functioning) with compass rose and spinning needle, and globe elements.
One happy customer said…
”I was offered same-day free shipping and it arrived less than 12 hours from when I ordered it, now I’m not saying everybody might have that opportunity but it certainly added a star for this review. This item was one of the best lego set I have ever bought!”
“As shown in the picture it’s bigger than expected and the glass pieces were flawless meaning no scratches or discolorations. This will always be my go-to item for gifts I guarantee it. I was offered same-day free shipping and it arrived less than 12 hours from when I ordered it, now I’m not saying everybody might have that opportunity but it certainly added a star for this review. This item was one of the best Lego sets I have ever bought!”
This construction toy also includes a booklet about the fan creator and Lego designers of this wonderfully nostalgic set.
According to its U.S box, the Lego Ideas 92177 Ship in a Bottle has 962 pieces, which is 9 fewer than the original set which was launched in 2018.
And with over 12,000 reviews, you can see how this construction toy has already captured the heart of so many.
“I am a big Lego collector (adult) and I couldn’t wait to get this set. Picked it up for a sale price to make it even sweeter. This is not a set for kids. There is zero playability. I bought this to put in my office and it immediately was the talk of the job,” one customer wrote.
“It’s a perfect size to display on the desk. I’d highly recommend if you have a place to display it. The build wasn’t too bad except all the clear pieces can be tough to sort through. But it’s worth it and I’d even buy it at full price if I had to do it all over again.”
The ship features a raised deck at the stern, captain’s quarters, 6 cannons, 3 masts, a crow’s nest, and assorted elements including printed sails and the ship’s flag.
The display stand features the ship’s “Leviathan” nameplate, a built-in “compass” (non-functioning) with detailed compass rose and spinning gold-colored needle, 2 globe elements, and gold-colored detailing.
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