Display case for LEGO®: Star Wars™ 501st Legion Clone Troopers (75280)
Protect and enjoy this awesome LEGO® Star Wars™ battle set!
We have two options to choose from for displaying this cool LEGO® Star Wars™ 501st Legion Clone Troopers creation. You can get our quality acrylic base and case that have been specifically created for this product. Or you can upgrade your order to include our exclusive Wicked Brick® in-house designed themed background, which helps to bring each individual LEGO® model and Minifigure to life! Choose which option you would like above.
All of our products come in kit form and simply slot together!
The display case is also a stackable space saving solution! Just remove the top part of the display case and place another of the same same size on top.
- Two tiered 10mm black high-gloss display base connected by magnets, containing embedded studs to place the AT-RT Walker, the BARC Speeder and the Minifigures on.
- The base also features clear information displaying all the details from the set.
- The crystal clear buildable display case is secured together using screws and connector cubes, then slots firmly into holes in the base plate. This gives the product a prestigious look and ensures the case is sturdy enough to protect your valuable set. It also keeps it dust free!
Display case with printed vinyl background
- Upgrade your display case with a Wicked Brick® designed printed vinyl background sticker to create the ultimate diorama for this amazing collectors piece.
Secure and proudly display your LEGO® Star Wars™ collection in our sleek, high-end case, that's handmade to order here at Wicked Brick®.
Display case measurements: Width: 25.2cm Depth: 20.2cm Height: 22.5cm
This case has been specifically designed and built for LEGO® set item #75280 which consists of 285 pieces.
PLEASE NOTE: LEGO® sets are not included with any purchases.
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