10294 was back in stock on September 30, with 76989 back on the scene the day before. Now, just a few short days after, they’ve disappeared once more.
Ever since it was first released last year, 10294 Titanic has been notoriously hard to get your hands on. As the longest LEGO set at 1.35m, we’re shocked that so many people can actually fit it in their homes. For now, you have some time to prepare your LEGO shelves for the enormous, detailed ship, made up of 9,090 pieces.
LEGO ICONS 76989 Horizon Forbidden West: Tallneck is also seen out of stock more often than not – and for good reason. The Tallneck towers from a brick-built base of the post-apocalyptic Horizon franchise world, but the star of the set is undoubtedly the detailed Aloy minifigure, capturing so much of the character every gamer loves.
76989 marks the first-ever collaboration with PlayStation and its inevitable lack of stock is just more proof of the power of combining fan bases. To get your hands on this set or 10294 Titanic next time they’re back in stock, keep your eyes on our Top 20 LEGO Sets List, which will be updated whenever they come back in stock.