Pelican Inbound™

Pelican Inbound™

  • Large Halo Infinite inspired UNSC Pelican aircraft building set with poseable wings, cockpit hatch, working landing gear, and a secret opening that reveals a hidden interior
  • 2-in-1 building toy: Choose to build the Pelican or a UNSC compound with fortification barrier, forklift vehicle, space rocket, and more
  • 3 highly collectible micro action figures, Master Chief, The Pilot, and a Hunter, with authentic detail, 12 points of articulation, display stands and interchangeable weapon accessories
  • Ideal for ages 8 and up, this building set features detailed authenticity to strengthen creative thinking skills
  • 2024 bricks and pieces combine with all Mega Construx building sets and are compatible with other name brands
Product Description
The Pelican is on its way. Modeled after its appearance in Halo Infinite, this massive dropship features poseable wings and other parts, a cockpit hatch, and working landing gear. Open it up to reveal a hidden interior featuring where Master Chief was brought back online. Or choose to build a huge UNSC compound with fortification barrier, forklift vehicle, space rocket, and more. This construction set also includes 3 micro action figures that can be placed inside your vehicle of choice. Prepare your heroes for battle.

Ideal for Probuilders, ages 8 and up

What’s in the box?
  • 2024 pieces
  • 3 micro action figures

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18 Reviews

  • FireExpert5

    this set is amazing! my favorite part is its 2 in 1.

  • FireHacker28

    This set is one of the best since it contains official halo infinite figures and I want to have it :(

  • CYPHEER_17

    Se mira que será un genial set! Muy llamativo, tuve la suerte de encontrarlo a solo 149 Dólares, pero le doy cuanto estrellas ya que lo que no me gustó es que en diferencia de los otros que han sacado, son más grandes en lo que es del área de pasajeros por así decirlo, ahora esta más reducido, y eso lo hace ver algo mal. Pero en todo lo demás es muy genial!

  • SpartanRyan07

    “Very creative idea” but for the price, it’s exaggerated way to much

    why is it 300 dollars, its cool but not that cool