LEGO Tower of Orthanc retiring in 2015 is seen as a virtual certainty at this point. The set has been available for two years now, the rest of the Lord of the Rings LEGO lineup has been retired, and both The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogies have faded into distant, cinematic memories. But is 10237
Let’s start by looking inside the box. The Tower of Orthanc set contains 2359 pieces, five minifigures, an eagle figure, and a light brick. For a licensed LEGO set at this price point, this can be considered good value. Next, let’s consider the size of the model when built: The Tower of Orthanc model measures 28″ (73cm) tall, 8″ (21cm) wide and 6″ (16cm) deep. The height of this model cannot be understated: It is simply massive and makes for an impressive display piece in any collection. In addition, since the tower occupies a lot of vertical area, but relatively little horizontal area, it may be easier than other models to fit into limited space. Overall, there is lots to like about this set and the only downside to it that it may not appeal to collectors who are not Lord of the Rings or castle/medieval fans.
LEGO Tower of Orthanc Retiring Soon; is it Worth Buying?
So with the LEGO Tower of Orthanc retiring soon, is it