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LEGO 76989 Horizon Forbidden West: Tallneck Building Set for Adults, Model Building Kit with Aloy Minifigure & Watcher Figure, Collectible Gift Idea for Men, Women, Him, Her

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Build the ultimate LEGO brick model (76989) of the most iconic Horizon machine in the Forbidden West: the Tallneck with this LEGO set for adults.

Last updated on June 20, 2024 10:47 pm
LEGO 76989 Horizon Forbidden West: Tallneck Building Set for Adults, Model Building Kit with Aloy Minifigure & Watcher Figure, Collectible Gift Idea for Men, Women, Him, Her
LEGO 76989 Horizon Forbidden West: Tallneck Building Set for Adults, Model Building Kit with Aloy Minifigure & Watcher Figure, Collectible Gift Idea for Men, Women, Him, Her

Description

  • Features a LEGO brick model of a Tallneck, the most iconic Horizon machine in the Forbidden West with authentic Tallneck features
  • The disc-shaped head, antennae protruding from the neck, tail-like structures and long legs of a Tallneck are replicated in LEGO style
  • The display stand comes with a familiar landscape: a brick-built birch tree, tall grass and a rusty stoplight with a vine wrapped around it
  • Add the LEGO minifigure of Horizon character Aloy and a Watcher LEGO figure to complete the impressive home décor centrepiece
  • Aloy has a bow and a brick-built spear, and the Watcher figure comes with a choice of blue, yellow or red eyes for more fun
  • A delightful 1,222-piece LEGO set for adults that makes a great birthday gift for him or her, anniversary present for a husband or wife, Horizon gift idea for the gaming fan in your life, or as a special treat for yourself
  • This LEGO collectible model kit for adults to build includes a booklet featuring step-by-step building instructions plus a story on the set creation process

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LEGO 76989 Horizon Forbidden West: Tallneck Building Set for Adults, Model Building Kit with Aloy Minifigure & Watcher Figure, Collectible Gift Idea for Men, Women, Him, Her Prices

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Price history for LEGO Horizon Forbidden West: Tallneck Set for Adults 76989
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  • £150.11 - May 16, 2024
  • £137.94 - April 8, 2024
  • £160.33 - March 23, 2024
  • £160.37 - March 21, 2024
  • £160.39 - March 15, 2024
Since: March 15, 2024
  • Highest Price: £160.39 - March 15, 2024
  • Lowest Price: £137.94 - April 8, 2024

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Specification: LEGO 76989 Horizon Forbidden West: Tallneck Building Set for Adults, Model Building Kit with Aloy Minifigure & Watcher Figure, Collectible Gift Idea for Men, Women, Him, Her

Product Dimensions

‎26.2 x 38.2 x 9.4 cm, 1.1 Kilograms

Batteries

‎1 Unknown batteries required.

Item model number

‎76989

Educational Objectives

‎Construction Skills

Language

‎English

Number of pieces

‎1222

Assembly Required

‎Yes

Scale

‎LEGO®

Batteries Required

‎No

Batteries included

‎No

Material Types

‎Plastic

Colour

‎Multicolor

Release date

‎1 May 2022

ASIN

B09BNXXPPT

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3247 reviews for LEGO 76989 Horizon Forbidden West: Tallneck Building Set for Adults, Model Building Kit with Aloy Minifigure & Watcher Figure, Collectible Gift Idea for Men, Women, Him, Her

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  1. JDH

    Although it’s 1200+ pieces it took around 3 hours to fully complete and it was an absolute blast to build. Both lego and Horizon fans would definitely enjoy this set that lego has created.
    One detail worth mentioning is that this set is more designed for displaying purposes, as it resembles a collector piece, and less so on playing with so parents who are thinking about buying this for your child I would put this into consideration.
    The complete size of the Tallneck is around 30ish centimeter or around 13 inches which is quite large for a lego set.
    The model itself is a very accurate depiction of the Tallnecks from the game, not to mention that it includes Aloy who has a custom head piece which has a small see through piece on the right side which resembles her Focus that she uses throughout the game; along side with a small model of a Watcher as well, which is another machine that you encounter in the game.
    I really enjoyed this set, the instructions were very clear and is very sturdy so you don’t have to worry about it toppling over if you slightly knock it.

    Obviously the only slight issue I have with this set is the hefty price that it is, £70 is what I bought it for at the time, however since that it is complete I don’t regret buying it.

    Hoping that they do another set from this universe because there is a lot of potential with some of the machines in the game, a Thunderjaw or a Slaughterspine would be the best options on the top of my head since both machines are very large and have very unique designs.

    Overall, if you’re either a lego fan or a fan of the games, or both, I strongly recommend buying this set.

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  2. Sean H

    The LEGO 76989 Horizon Forbidden West: Tallneck Building Set is an absolute treat for fans of the game and LEGO enthusiasts alike. As a big fan of the Horizon series, I couldn’t resist adding this set to my collection, and I am thrilled with the result!

    The highlight of this set is undoubtedly the intricate and highly detailed Tallneck build. The attention to detail is impressive, capturing the essence of these iconic machines from the game. Constructing the Tallneck was both challenging and enjoyable, and I appreciated the clever design techniques used to bring it to life.

    The inclusion of the Aloy minifigure and Watcher figure adds an extra layer of authenticity and playability to the set. The Aloy minifigure is beautifully designed, with accurate character details and her signature outfit. The Watcher figure is equally impressive, capturing the distinct look of these robotic creatures.

    The quality of the LEGO pieces is top-notch, as expected from the brand. The set comes with clear instructions that guide you through the building process smoothly, and the finished product feels sturdy and durable.

    Aside from being a great building experience, this set also serves as a fantastic collectible. It’s a perfect gift idea for fans of the Horizon series, whether they are men, women, or anyone who appreciates excellent craftsmanship.

    Overall, the LEGO 76989 Horizon Forbidden West: Tallneck Building Set is a must-have for both Horizon fans and LEGO enthusiasts. It offers a rewarding building experience, stunning design, and a chance to relive the world of Horizon Forbidden West. I highly recommend this set as a collectible gift idea that is sure to impress!

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  3. Jamie Russell

    This set is great value for money and extremely fun to build, making it one of my favourite sets. For the price the Lego set is huge with tons of detail and a cool base/scenery piece to tie the set together. 10/10 would recommend even if you have never played the game like me.

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  4. Rob H.

    At the time of writing, the Tallneck is the only set Lego has released from the Horizon series. While I hope to see more in the future, if this does turn out to be the only one then they’ve absolutely nailed the brief with a memorable and wonderfully detailed set.

    The set contains 1222 pieces, so even if you’re paying full RRP it comes in comfortably under the 10p/piece threshold which a lot of AFOLs use to gauge a set’s value for money. The fact that the set only contains one minifigure is largely contributory to this relatively low price (especially for a licensed set), but in no way detracts from what an overall great display piece this is.
    As with many 18+ sets, the instruction book includes several pages talking about the Tallneck’s presence in the games, and the process of designing its Lego counterpart. It’s a feature which I believe started with the UCS Star Wars sets, and for those of us who enjoy a little background knowledge, it’s great to see it appear in more and more sets outside of a galaxy far, far away.

    The build time for myself was a whisker over 4 hours, and that was taking things at a leisurely pace. The set comes in 8 numbered bags for ease of construction, with the first 3 being dedicated to the large scenic base, and the following 5 to the colossal Tallneck itself. The base could have easily ended up being a tedious build, but the Lego designers put in enough detail to keep the process interesting. I’m particularly fond of the sagging traffic lights, overgrown with plant life, but the miniature Watcher is also a delight, with options of blue, yellow or red lenses, to indicate a passive, alert or hostile status accordingly. You’ll also find a small patch of tall grass, perfect for Aloy to take cover while she stalks her quarry.

    The Tallneck build involves very little repetition. While the left and right legs are mirror builds of each other, the front and hind legs are different enough in design to keep you from feeling bogged down whilst building. The disc-shaped head is accomplished using some interesting build techniques, and results in an almost perfect circle, often difficult to accomplish with Lego’s blocky nature. The bulk of the Tallneck is comprised of black and white plates, with some blue-grey and sand coloured pieces thrown it to give it some much needed contrast, and a few gold pieces to really make the set pop.
    Once assembled and on display, you could almost be forgiven for overlooking that it’s a Lego set. The Tallneck itself is very short on visible studs, presenting a very clean looking model which looks incredible. The base has a much more classic Lego look to it, which personally I’m a fan of as I still like my Lego sets overall to be identifiable as Lego (otherwise you may as well just buy a model kit).
    Additional touches of detail are provided through the use of stickers. These are a divisive point amongst AFOLs, for me personally I’m happy enough with them as long as a set doesn’t go overboard. The Tallneck doesn’t include a ridiculous number, and the metallic silver detailing on some of them contribute to giving the set that nice little technological touch to drive home the world Aloy lives in.
    Once the Tallneck is built, the unarticulated legs slot into technic pins on the base, holding it securely in place. It makes the set surprisingly sturdy, but at the cost of losing any kind of posability. It took me a few adjustments to get the Tallneck’s posture correct to match the box art, but once I did it was very satisfying, and it certainly has a majestic feel to the pose.

    On the subject of Aloy, her minifigure is one of the best I’ve seen in any Lego set. There is a ton of detail on the printing, including arms and legs, and two alternate expressions on the front and back of the head, so you can set her mood as desired. The hairpiece is long and drapes down over her shoulders, but has a softer, rubbery texture to it, enabling her head to still face slightly to the left and right. Her Focus is printed on the side of her head, and the hairpiece also includes a strategically placed hole to allow the Focus to be visible through it.
    My only criticism of the minifigure (and to be fair, it’s not actually an issue with the minifigure itself) would be the bow. Her spear is a nice mini build, with the end result being undeniably Aloy’s spear, but the bow is just a generic, single-piece Lego bow. It would have been nice if this was a mini build in itself, in order to have it looking more like it belongs in the same world as the rest of the set.

    Overall, this is an amazing set if you’re a fan of Horizon and Lego. Even if you’re just a Horizon fan, this may be the Lego set which gets you hooked! With a thoroughly enjoyable build, an excellent final display piece, a good price-per-piece value, and one of the nicest minifigures Lego have produced to date, I can’t recommend this one highly enough.

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