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LEGO 76195 Marvel Super Heroes Spider-Man’s Drone Duel

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LEGO 76195 Marvel Super Heroes Spider-Man’s Drone Duel:

Marvel fans can celebrate the release of Marvel Studios' Spider-Man: No Way Home with the high-flying, action-packed LEGO 76195 Marvel Super Heroes Spider-Man’s Drone Duel. A winged villain and a stud-shooting drone The iconic outstretched wings of the evil Vulture provide a tempting target for Spider-Man's web. And, with the giant 4-rotor drone to take Spider-Man's skywards, there's no escape for the winged villain. This versatile playset features 2 of Marvel's most popular characters and is packed with play possibilities – both on land and in the air. The drone measures about 9 1/2-inches wide x 9-inches long x 2-inches tall. The LEGO 76195 Marvel Super Heroes Spider-Man’s Drone Duel includes 198 pieces. Ages 7 and up.
Company: LEGO
Themes: LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, Spider-Man
Product Type: Construction Toys
Characters: Spider-Man, Vulture
Age: 7 +
Number of Pieces: 198
Country of Origin: Mexico
Packaging Height: 10 inches (25.40 cm)
Packaging Width: 2 inches (5.08 cm)
Packaging Length: 7.50 inches (19.05 cm)
Weight: 0.650 lb

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