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Construis la plus célèbre horloge du monde !

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Découvre Big Ben de près ! L'horloge a été mise en marche pour la première fois le 31 mai 1859 et le premier coup de Big Ben a retenti du haut des 96 mètres de la tour Elizabeth le 11 juillet de la même année. Cette interprétation LEGO® de plus de 60 cm de haut, est un hommage à son ingénierie et à son architecture. Elle comprend une façade détaillée avec des statues, des écussons et des fenêtres, une tour de l'horloge avec 4 cadrans d'horloge ajustables et un toit amovible permettant d'accéder au clocher. L'ensemble comprend également des éléments extérieurs à construire comprenant un trottoir, une pelouse et un arbre marquant l'emplacement du bâtiment. Ce modèle est idéal à exposer chez soi ou au bureau.

  • Big Ben comprend une section détaillée du Palais de Westminster Palace et de la tour adjacente Elizabeth, 4 cadrans d'horloge détaillés avec des aiguilles mobiles pour les heures et les minutes, un trottoir, un arbre et une pelouse marquant l'emplacement du bâtiment.
  • Enlève le haut de la tour pour accéder à la cloche de Big Ben !
  • Teste tes talents de construction LEGO® !
  • Les éléments spéciaux incluent 4 cadrans d'horloge imprimés.
  • Les éléments rares incluent des bâtons de ski, des fleurs, des plaques dorées et des éléments transparents.
  • Cet ensemble comprend plus de 4 000 pièces LEGO®.
  • Cet ensemble offre une expérience de construction adaptée aux 16 ans et plus.
  • Big Ben mesure plus de 60 cm de haut, 44 cm de large et 20 cm de profondeur.
Big Ben is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 43.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from awesome building but lacking another section... It is a very detailed building and the end result is very satisfying. I am still in awe every time I walk by it. I wish Lego had made additional section to the side, so it looks more majestic. Since it has so many glass windows, I decided to add some LED lights inside, and it turns out to be even more magical. I love it!!
Date published: 2016-08-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exquisite Detail This model achieves a high level of architectural detail by using a large number of small pieces, many of them used in very creative ways. The build is excellent and challenging, you have to pay attention. The person who designed this model really knew what he or she was doing. There is a lot of repetition, but I did not find that a problem because the end result is so rewarding. So rewarding in fact, that I built a second model in mirror reverse, left to right, and truncating the Elizabeth Tower to create a Parliament Buildings complex. Adding a base to the models created a more massive appearance. We can only hope that this model signifies a new Lego program to produce additional classical European style architectural structures. Westminster Abby maybe?
Date published: 2016-08-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not quite finished off Lego yet again have not finished the model off for all around display which is a crying shame.No working clock or bell, back of building not complete.The green plates look like sick colour. Yet good value for money, very good for the bit count.Also the detail on the front is realy nice. Please look at my photos thats 3 kits and a weeks work. fully litup even the top of the tower.With 4 working clocks. Tip a pocket watchs fits nicely.You will have great fun copying me. I might do the whole of the houses of parliment some day. Any helpers?
Date published: 2016-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great display piece, if you have the space! This Lego set comes in about 20 plastic bags split into 7 assembly steps. I would recommend only opening each set of bags as you require them, because even limiting yourself to what you need, it is easy to overwhelm yourself with pieces. It makes use of a large number of 1x1 and 1x2 plates and bricks of varying colours, and though some sections are repeated and can be built in parallel, there is enough unique construction to make assembly take some time; even with sorting each set of bags to finish it as quickly as possible, it still took 12 hours to finish (Not counting breaks for the occasional cup of tea. Even if you are not British, I suggest having several tea breaks to create the right atmosphere!). The finished model is incredibly accurate compared to the actual building - The proportions of the clock tower are slightly off but that's unavoidable because of the brick dimensions and only noticeable when placed next to a photograph. The clock function is nice, but it's a pity there's no way to make the hour hand run independently from the minute hand. A note for people who like to do their own thing with Lego - There are blanked out areas on the back face where the rest of the Houses of Parliament would connect. I checked how big this would be, and it is almost exactly the same area as a single bed takes up!
Date published: 2016-09-17
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