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With Artemis Missions Beginning In 2024 And 2o25, This Is A Great Build And LEGO® Investment

The Artemis missions are NASA’s next set of launches poised to placed astronauts on the moon once again. This will bring a renewed interest in NASA and all merchandise regarding quintessential movements toward the cosmos. How can you get prepped? Get yourself a few boxes of the LEGO® Creator Expert NASA Apollo 11 Lunar Lander 10266.

What Is Special About The LEGO® Lunar Lander?

Besides being a one-of-a-kind set, this to-scale LEGO® replica has stunning detail and for a space dad, this module is an awesome Father’s Day LEGO® gift. At 1087 pieces, it is a quick two hour build. It also comes with accurately equipped astronauts with their spacesuits and oxygen packs. It was created for the 50th anniversary of the Lunar Landings and Apollo Missions. It has a display with footprint indents, space within the module for the astronauts, and beautifully gold-plated parts to accentuate the engineering of NASA.

Why Should You Buy this Set Now?

Trending sets related to current events see a huge spike in LEGO sets overall pricing on the resale market. Let’s take, for example, the LEGO® Kraven minifigure: this minifigure was $30 USD about a year ago, with the release of the new Marvel redband trailer, it has grown to $50 USD for a good-condition minifigure.

Applying this same logic to the LEGO® Creator Expert NASA Apollo 11 Lunar Lander 10266 which is close to $100 now means that once it retires in 2024, coupled with the Artemis mission spikes, means we could see this set climb to almost $170. Buy 10 of these sets, and you could profit close to $600-$700 USD.

Celebrate A Crowning Achievement And A Sound LEGO® Investment