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is it possible to take apart a giant LEGO man

In a competetion we won a giant Emmet. Unfortunately all the bricks are fixated. Does anyone know if it is possible to make them loose?


  • SirKevbagsSirKevbags Member Posts: 4,027
    Are you just wanting the parts to play with or use for another project? If so sell him and use the cash to buy new parts. Pics would be great to see.
  • oldtodd33oldtodd33 Member Posts: 2,696
    edited January 2015
    It would be foolish to take apart, sell it and buy something else. Pictures would be nice.
  • AnnekeAnneke Member Posts: 5
    this is him
  • AnnekeAnneke Member Posts: 5
  • SirKevbagsSirKevbags Member Posts: 4,027
    Collectors will want it, value I've no idea.
  • AnnekeAnneke Member Posts: 5
    but imagine how great it would be to be creative with all the 17 680 bricks :smile:
  • blarghiflarghblarghiflargh Member Posts: 99
    Sounds like they're (ironically) glued. Even if you got them loose they wouldn't be very usable.
  • samiam391samiam391 Member Posts: 4,492
    Most likely glued. I've seen a few of those (not necessarily Emmet) made and they are always glued. Quite ironic indeed.

    I'd be interested in purchasing it if you're looking to get rid of it.
  • graphitegraphite Member Posts: 3,275
    Where are you located? I could be interested as well.
  • MatthewMatthew Administrator Posts: 3,714
    Who was running the competition you won it in? Normally those figures are on loan from LEGO and have a plaque on the back saying so.
  • drdavewatforddrdavewatford Administrator Posts: 6,755
    Assuming this is glued you've next to no chance of getting the pieces apart - they're probably literally melted together and all you'll do is break them.

    As others have said, your best bet is to sell Emmet to a collector/someone who'll use him for displays and use the cash to buy LEGO which hasn't been Kragled....
  • graphitegraphite Member Posts: 3,275
    Whoever built that model could have gone a brick or 2 thinner on the hair as well. Looks like he's sporting an afro.
  • theLEGOmantheLEGOman Member Posts: 1,524
    graphite said:

    Whoever built that model could have gone a brick or 2 thinner on the hair as well. Looks like he's sporting an afro.

    Lol, Afro Emmet. That will be in The LEGO Movie 2.
  • yuffieyuffie Member Posts: 92
    Surely if you enter a competition to win a giant Emmet it is because you want a giant Emmet?

    It you want a massive pile of orange, yellow and brown bricks find a competition where that is the prize.
  • graphitegraphite Member Posts: 3,275
    ^ Maybe the prize wasn't known before hand.
  • AnnekeAnneke Member Posts: 5
    It was a competition in a Belgian toy-store. Last year it was a Lego-Chima figure. I just filled out the form without thinking we would actually win this. It is attached to a large round plate, on the bottom it says that it is made by Lego in september '14. We just thought it would be fun to be able to use it. But that won't be possible apparently. So for now he will just stand in our entrance.
    thank you everyone for your advice!
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