71738 Lego Ninjago Zane’s Titan Mech Battle
Lego Ninjago Ninjago Lego Lego Ninjago Zane's Titan Mech Battle

LEGO NINJAGO has taken over the world one plastic brick at a time. The wildly popular toy line that began in 2011 has since spawned a successful TV show, board games and several feature films. Filled with action-packed adventures, thrilling battles, and untold secrets, NINJAGO LEGO always keeps its audience on the edge of their seats. In Series 5, the frenzy around LEGO NINJAGO heated up further with the release of the fan-favourite LEGO® NINJAGO® Zane’s Titan Mech Battle. This set is packed with plenty of features and creative additions that make for a fun and engaging experience and has quickly become a fan favourite for its attention to detail and awesome movable parts. With a legion of fans eagerly anticipating every new LEGO NINJAGO release, it’s safe to say that this toy phenomenon is here to stay.

Set Details

Unleash your imagination and dive into action-packed scenes from season 5 of the LEGO® NINJAGO® TV series with Zane’s Titan Mech Battle (71738) from the Legacy collection. This 840 piece set features a Titan Mech with posable legs and arms, equipped with a sword and a spinning chainsaw. It also includes two spring-loaded shooters and a cockpit for the ninja minifigures. Speaking of minifigures, you’ll find four in this set: Zane and Jay Legacy, along with the formidable Ghost Warriors Ghoultar and Soul Archer. Each minifigure is armed with awesome weapons like bows, arrows, and a scythe, ensuring endless NINJAGO battling fun. To celebrate a decade of NINJAGO, this set also includes the special golden collectible minifigure, Jay Legacy.

Model Name Zane’s Titan Mech Battle
Model Number 71738
Theme Ninjago
Sub Themes Possession
Pieces 840
Minifigures 4
Launch Date January 2021
Current Status Retiring Soon
Date Retired N/A
RRP £60

Investment Potential

Due to retire soon and currently available at £39.99 at Smyths Toys (a 33% discount to its £59.99 RRP). It has recently sold out on LEGO’s own site having been discounted to £41.99.

So, is this a must have NINJAGO LEGO set to add to your collection?

Launch RRP £60
Price Per Piece £0.07
Launch Price per piece £0.07
5th Year Value £84
Percentage Increase 40%
Expected Annual Growth 12%
Theme Growth 10%
Sub Theme Growth 14%

Theme Analysis

The LEGO NINJAGO theme is historically a solid if unspectacular performer returning annualised growth of 10%. Some good examples from the theme include LEGO NINJAGO Temple of Light (70505) which has nearly doubled it £60 RRP (annualised growth 8%) and LEGO NINJAGO Attack of the Morro Dragon (70736) which has nearly trebled it £60 RRP (18% annualised growth).

Set Number Set Name Retired Date RRP Current Value Total Growth Annualised Growth
70505 Temple of Light December 2014 £60 £117 94% 8%
70653 Firstbourne December 2019 £60 £90 50% 12%
70725 Nindroid MechDragon March 2015 £70 £116 66% 6%
70736 Attack of the Morro Dragon December 2016 £60 £178 196% 18%

Comparable Set Analysis

The picture is even stronger within the LEGO NINJAGO Possession sub-theme with average annualised growth of 14% and some very strong performers amongst the retired sets.

The most comparable set is LEGO NINJAGO Titan Mech Battle which retired in 2016 with an RRP of £40 and its value is approaching £200 delivering annualised growth of 26%. Another strong performer is LEGO NINJAGO Attack of the Morro (70736) which has almost trebled its RRP since retiring at the end of 2016 (annualised growth of 18%)

Set Number Set Name Retired Date RRP Current Value Total Growth Annualised Growth
70737 Titan Mech Battle December 2016 £40 £185 362% 26%
70736 Attack of the Morro Dragon December 2016 £60 £178 196% 18%
70734 Master Wu Dragon December 2016 £35 £82 133% 14%
70735 Ronin R.E.X. December 2016 £40 £92 129% 13%


A solid reliable theme and some very strong performance in the sub-theme make this a positive investment for us, even more so at the current 33% discount available at Smyths and retirement imminent. Snap it up at the £40 price point