This collectible LEGO set does not only have a complicated construction but it is also a case study of successful crowd engagement. The design of the Voltron: Legendary Defender set originated as a fan-petitioned product on the company's platform for sharing ideas.
The detailed collectible LEGO is based on the iconic animated series, the first episode of which aired back in September of 1984. A Netflix remake has been launched, however, the rich nostalgia of the show could not be communicated had the design of the collectible LEGO been informed by the 2016 version.
The Voltron: Legendary Defender set stands 15 inches tall and offers avid collectors a challenge with a whopping number of 2,321 pieces, making it "one of the biggest mech-based sets LEGO has ever produced."
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