The Toughest LEGO Sets To Build

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Did you know that the name LEGO was created by using the first two letters of the danish words “leg” and “godt” meaning play well? and in Latin, it means to gather or collect.


LEGO has been around since the 1930’s and is still popular today even though them little bricks can be a pain to step on. There are thousands of sets available today ranging from children’s cartoons, StarWars, famous landmarks, vehicles and much more. Some more difficult than others depending on your LEGO skills. Here are Flubit’s toughest LEGO sets so far… 

LEGO Creator 10214: Tower Bridge
LEGO Creator 10214: Tower Bridge
RRP: £216.06

Tower Bridge is one of London’s most famous and recognisable landmarks worldwide, luckily for Flubit, it’s only a short walk away. Designed with advanced building techniques, Tower Bridge is complete with its towers and a drawbridge that opens and closes!

LEGO 42056 Technic Porsche 911 GT3 RS Building Set
LEGO 42056 Technic Porsche 911 GT3 RS Building Set IN ORANGE
RRP: £169.99

Always dreamed of owning a Porshe? Well, your dreams may have come true and at a cheaper price. This Porsche 911 GT3 RS LEGO Technic is equipped with aerodynamic lines, adjustable rear wing and orange body, and authentic features, functions and incredible details that capture the magic of this iconic supercar!

LEGO 42043 Technic Mercedes-Benz Arocs Truck 
LEGO 42043 Technic Mercedes-Benz
RRP: £179.99

Are you a fan of Mercedes-Benz? If so, you better put this LEGO set on your to-do list. This Technic Mercedes-Benz Arocs truck is designed with an advanced pneumatic system for an array of motorised features such as extendable outriggers, automated crane arm and grabber and much more! 


LEGO Star Wars 7965: Millennium Falcon 
LEGO Star Wars 7965: Millennium Falcon
RRP: £258.99

StarWars and LEGO together, what more could you want! The numerous details on this modified Corellian Engineering Corporation YT-1300 freighter would impress even Luke Skywalker. This model accurately depicts the famous Millennium Falcon, from its distinctive round shape to its right-hand cylindrical cockpit.

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