Amazon Canada Walmart and Amazon.ca: LEGO Ideas Voltron $183.89 (regularly $229.99) Get the LEGO Ideas Voltron Set for $184!

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Defend the universe with this deal from Walmart, because you can get the LEGO Ideas Voltron set for the rollback price of $183.89 (regularly $229.86) with free shipping, for a total savings of $46.07! It is currently the same price at Amazon.ca.

Originally released in August 2018 with a suggested retail price of $229.99, this is only the third time this 2321-piece set has been priced below $200.00 and for comparison, the set is currently regular price at the LEGO Shop and Toys R Us. Product features include:

  • Five buildable and posable lions that can be transformed and combined to create the giant Voltron super robot
  • Play with the lions individually or combine them using extra-strong joints to form Voltron
  • Pose the head, shoulders, arms and wrists of Voltron (legs are not posable)
  • Includes a sword and shield (each with silver-colored elements) that attach to Voltron’s hands
  • Measures over 15” (40cm) high, 5” (14cm) long and 8” (21cm) wide

This offer is effective online only for a limited time. The LEGO Ideas Voltron set qualifies for free home shipping or free pickup at select Canada Post or Walmart locations.

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    • If only I could justify such a thing somehow.

      Nope! I failed.
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    • BinaryJay wrote:
      Jun 18th, 2019 3:10 pm
      If only I could justify such a thing somehow.

      Nope! I failed.
      lego + sale = justified :P
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    • once built, it is a marvel of design...

      construction wise...it was a little boring as you have to build a 2 similar legs, and arms.
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    • I bought the same set from Lego store in York Dale not long ago...Gonna return it and buy this 😎 45bucks saved! PS. Anyone know the return policy in store? On Legos website, they say items over $200 cannot be returned to store...
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    • thelefteyeguy wrote:
      Jun 18th, 2019 3:24 pm
      once built, it is a marvel of design...

      construction wise...it was a little boring as you have to build a 2 similar legs, and arms.
      I hear you. I hate repeating components in lego sets.
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    • thelefteyeguy wrote:
      Jun 18th, 2019 3:24 pm
      once built, it is a marvel of design...

      construction wise...it was a little boring as you have to build a 2 similar legs, and arms.
      were you saying this while building it?

      “Form feet and legs! Form arms and torso! And I’ll form the head!”
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    • kerokd wrote:
      Jun 18th, 2019 3:36 pm
      I bought the same set from Lego store in York Dale not long ago...Gonna return it and buy this 😎 45bucks saved! PS. Anyone know the return policy in store? On Legos website, they say items over $200 cannot be returned to store...
      I think this applies online to online purchase.
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    • don't forget GCR
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    • oh god building the Saturn V was so repetitive
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    • Must resist.............
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    • Am I correct to assume only Gen Xers remembers and enjoy this?
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    • Is Voltron a transformer? Defenders of the universe; wasn't that he-man?
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    • Xtrema wrote:
      Jun 18th, 2019 4:38 pm
      Am I correct to assume only Gen Xers remembers and enjoy this?
      There's a new Voltron series on Netflix, so the next generation of kids may know who Voltron is.

      Wife got this for me as a bday gift back in January. It's really awesome when it's all built, really heavy when Voltron is formed. No mini-figs tho which is a bummer, but I've considered getting some off eBay just to have near the 5 Lions. Had considered buying a KO version to display in both forms LOL
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    • Xtrema wrote:
      Jun 18th, 2019 4:38 pm
      Am I correct to assume only Gen Xers remembers and enjoy this?
      Older millennial, and I hardly remember the original Voltron off re-runs. I think more Gen Xers would fawn over this along with GI Joes, He-man & Sheila.
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    • zebracobra007 wrote:
      Jun 18th, 2019 4:45 pm
      Is Voltron a transformer? Defenders of the universe; wasn't that he-man?
      Voltron = Defender of the Universe
      He-Man = Defender of Grayskull
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    • He-Man is Masters of the Universe...

      and it's She-Ra.....

      OMG i just dated myself...... o.O
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    • Ren wrote:
      Jun 18th, 2019 4:49 pm
      Older millennial, and I hardly remember the original Voltron off re-runs. I think more Gen Xers would fawn over this along with GI Joes, He-man & Sheila.
      I had to google, it is She-ra...
      I also like the vehicle voltron... as I remember there is also a movie where the vehicle and lions joined forces...

      edit: had to google as it is a movie...
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    • zebracobra007 wrote:
      Jun 18th, 2019 4:45 pm
      Is Voltron a transformer? Defenders of the universe; wasn't that he-man?
      Voltron is more along the lines of Power Rangers in that 5 mechs (Lions vs Dinos) form one huge piloted mech, but pre-dates it by 10 years
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    • o0FlipZ0o wrote:
      Jun 18th, 2019 4:49 pm
      There's a new Voltron series on Netflix, so the next generation of kids may know who Voltron is.
      Don't have kids but GenX and early Millennials all grew up on Sat morning cartoons that created a whole decades of kids that shared almost the same pop culture. I don't see if Netflix can achieve the same for the gens that follows.
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