So, you managed to secure a 75192 Millennium Falcon on the day of its release, you spent the best part of 24 hours building it, then admired its amazing details and been awed by its sheer heft and size. Now what are you going to to with it?
I suspect that’s something many of you are wondering. One thing you won’t want to do is to let it get dusty and manky, given the cost of it and the time you’ve spent building it.
What are the options? Mounting it in a coffee table seems to be a popular choice, if you can find one that it fits in and which you have room for in your house. An acrylic case is another, so with this in mind I bring you this review of Pure Display‘s case that’s custom made for the model.
I’m sure you don’t need reminding but the Falcon is massive: 84 x 56 cm and 21 cm high. This case is thus also huge, measuring 90 x 65 x 30cm.
It’s delivered flat-packed in a huge box, well bubble wrapped. In fact, if you’re short of bubble wrap for protecting models for transportation to displays you won’t be after buying this!
Once you’ve done battle with the bubble wrap, you’ll find six 3mm acrylic sheets, a bag of screws and an instruction sheet. The sheets are covered with a protective film that needs to be removed before construction.