Will there be a LEGO Titanic?

The LEGO Group has officially revealed the adult LEGO 10294 Titanic, and it is absolutely massive.

With 9,090 pieces and a staggering 135cm long, the massive ship instantly ranks among the largest sets the LEGO Group has ever released. It surpasses last year’s 10276 Colosseum in number of parts, is longer than 10221 Super Star Destroyer, and overall looks like a set you’ll need some serious space for.

Why is the LEGO Titanic sold out?

There are many factors that can cause the LEGO Titanic to run out. This includes:

  • High demand
  • The set is very large and takes a long time to produce
  • Larger sets with a large number of pieces take longer to replenish as they require a lot of time and resources to produce
  • It is a exclusive set and collectors are actively collecting it to sell for profit

LEGO TITANIC – MUNICIPAL BUILDING

I’ve had the opportunity to build a set of this size before. However, the Titanic has a very different look which I didn’t expect. Based on the way LEGO has organized the set, this model is ideal for joint building. In short, by having three inner boxes each with their own parts and instructions for a given section of the ship, you can immediately have three independent groups working on the model simultaneously.

This style of organization is quite new. Although I will emphasize that it was found in n. 43179 LEGO Disney Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse Buildable Characters released in 2019. In that set, two groups could take a set of parts and instructions and work on both statues at the same time. Compare this to say, the Millennium Falcon which has a huge instruction book that is hard to share and a total of 17 numbered steps, the Falcon makes a poor choice for sharing. And that leads to something interesting.

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THE LARGEST SHIP IN HISTORY JOINS THE LEGO® FAMILY AS THE LEGO TITANIC IS UNVEILED

OCTOBER 7, 2021: The LEGO Group has revealed an authentic replica of the most famous ship of all times, the RMS Titanic. For the first time, fans can now recreate the luxury liner in detailed LEGO® brick form, 110 years since it was launched in Belfast in 1911.

The LEGO Titanic is one of the longest running LEGO models and largest to date, comprising 9,090 pieces, making it a truly immersive building challenge for LEGO fans and budding historians alike.

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