Build a beautifully detailed LEGO version of WALL-E — the last robot left on Earth!
Created by Angus MacLane, an animator and director at Pixar Animation Studios, and selected by LEGO Ideas members, the development of this model began alongside the making of the lovable animated character for the classic Pixar feature film.
It has taken almost a decade to perfect the LEGO version, which incorporates many authentic WALL-E characteristics, including a posable neck, adjustable head, arms that move up and down and side to side, plus gripping hands and rolling tracks.
With a trunk that opens and closes, you can tidy up the planet one pile of garbage at a time! This set also includes a booklet about the designer and the animated Pixar movie.
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I love this lego set! – By Will on February 29, 2016
Better than I could have expected. It’s fairly large, very close in appearance to the real WALL-E, and has remarkable range of motion (though everything stays in place when you’re not touching it). It was fun to build and looks great on my shelf. It took me (an adult) under two hours to build and was pretty simple. Even if you’re not big on LEGOs, this is a great WALL-E toy.
We both enjoyed the movie – By J. Burnheimer on February 28, 2016
I grew up on Legos, and my daughter became interested in them around the age of 4. We both enjoyed the movie, so when this came out it was a guaranteed purchase for us. We spent an afternoon putting it together and had a great time doing it, sharing an indelible bonding experience. Also, the finished model is a fairly accurate representation of Wall-E which adds to the overall enjoyment of the purchase.
Lego Wall E – By Junie on February 24, 2016
We got this Lego set for our son’s 11th birthday. He has been a huge Lego fan since he was able to pick up bricks and has a lot of building experience. He loves this set!
It took my kiddo about two hours total to put Wall-E together. He didn’t have any problems and said the actual build was easy. Once the set is complete, Wall-E is pretty cool. He has a lot of articulation in the fingers and arms. You can move his eyes independently of each other. His neck moves and, if you push him along on a textured surface (like carpet) the treads really go round and round. Wall-E’s front panel opens so you can store the the little plant in there or hide his cockroach friend. There are a lot of details that feel true to the Pixar movie, making this a fun set.
On a side note, the box this set comes in in pretty nice and the instructions are one sturdy booklet. It’s overall a great set and I’m glad my son was so happy to have it for his birthday!