LEGO knows when it’s on to a good thing, which is why they’ve re-released one of the best LEGO sets of the decade – the NASA Apollo Saturn V rocket!
Not much has changed – the new re-issued set has a new set number (92176), but from what I can tell, the number of parts (1969 to commemorate Apollo 11 and the moon landing) and everything else remains the same – even the price – which is the same as 2017!
Here’s the links to the set on LEGO.com:
- LEGO 92176 NASA Apollo Saturn V [US] – US$119.99
- LEGO 92176 NASA Apollo Saturn V [AUS] – AU$169.99
- LEGO 92176 NASA Apollo Saturn V [UK] – £109.99
- LEGO 92176 NASA Apollo Saturn V [EU] – €116.97
- LEGO 92176 NASA Apollo Saturn V [CAN] – CA$149.99
Want to see more of the set and why it ranks as one of the finest LEGO sets ever produced, be sure to read my review of the 2017 version.
The Saturn V isn’t the only Ideas set being re-issued – the Ship in a Bottle is also available (only in the US for now) to purchase, with a new set number!
With Christmas coming up, it’s a great time to pick-up the Saturn V, especially if you missed out, or are new to LEGO.
The Saturn V is one of the most exceptional sets ever created, and a blast to build and display – it’s legacy as one of the best LEGO sets ever is completely deserved, and I’m really glad LEGO decided to bring it back so you don’t have to overpay on the secondary market to own 1969 pieces of LEGO (and human) history.