This excellent set features five buildable and highly posable lions. They are specially designed with extra-strong joints to combine them all and create the Voltron super robot. This set includes a huge sword and shield that attach firmly to Voltron’s hands. Ideal for display or to recreate thrilling action from the original 1980s animated Voltron TV series and the modern DreamWorks Voltron: Legendary Defender series. We think Voltron needs no introduction, but if you are wondering what Voltron is and why it is so popular, check out the wiki here.
You can transform the five highly posable lions. Play with the lions individually or combine them using extra-strong joints to form the giant super robot — Voltron! Also, this set includes a sword and shield, you can attach them to Voltron’s hands.
This set includes over 2,321 pieces and measures over 15″ (40cm) high × 5″ (14cm) long × 8″ (21cm) wide. Voltron’s sword measures 11″ (29cm) long and shield measures 6″ (16cm) in diameter.
Will LEGO Retires 21311 Voltron This Year?
Using the history of similar products in the LEGO Ideas series, they usually have about one-year lifespan. 21310 Old Fishing Store was released in September 2017 and retired in October 2018. 20306 Beatles Yellow Submarine was introduced in November 2016, and retired on December 2017. Also, in 2016, there were mass retirements of five sets (21108 Ghostbusters Ecto, 21302 Big Band Theory, 21303 Wall E, 21304 Doctor Who, 21305 Maze Building). They all had just a one-year lifespan. For example, the 21301 Bird set, it retired at the year-end of 2015.
Since LEGO had released 21311 Voltron on August 2018, therefore this is a possibility that it retires by the end of 2019 or the beginning of 2020. Furthermore, some large retailers (ex: Walmart and Amazon) had discounted this set multiple times throughout this year. So you may be able to get this for a discount before it takes off and defend the universe
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