Review: Lego 10210 Imperial Flagship

Lego was a integral part of my development as a kid as I think it was for most kids. Not only did Lego teach you how to read and follow directions, but at the same time it taught you how to be creative and think outside the box.

For this review I began the biggest Lego build I have ever attempted. The 10210 Imperial Flagship. This guy was 1664 pieces and by the time it was all said and done the build took 8 hours.

As you can see Zoe quickly made herself home in the rather thin box.

My usual mode of assembly is to open the bags into little piles to keep things organized. With the large amount of pieces my den floor was almost entirely covered.

After 8 hours the ship was finally finished, needless to say I love it. I think Zoe does too.

I love how the sails are done on this ship. On the older ships the sails were rather flat. These sails look more ship like.

The bridge is removable to access the captains quarters. It’s a pretty sweet living space complete with a killer organ.

The top deck is removable to access the cannons, brig, and cook’s kitchen.

Overall I am super happy that I received this as a Christmas gift and be sure to pick one up the next time you’re near a Lego store.

posted by Jay in Review and have Comments (9)

9 Responses to “Review: Lego 10210 Imperial Flagship”

  1. Joe says:

    Awesome! Does it have a name? The Black Rock maybe? 😉

  2. heathaho says:

    Awesome ship.
    Next try the Meat Ship:
    (being a vegetarian, I hate this ship)

  3. scifimeister says:

    This set looks great!

    My son had fun with his Christmas gift….DisneyParks Space Mtn Knex set….

  4. annie says:

    Oh, it should for sure be named The Black Rock!

  5. No no. Name it the Black BLOCK!

    Awesome build. That thing should be at the monster Lego store at Downtown Disney.

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