Game of the Thrones fans can now order a set of six high-end TVs, including one with the most expensive components in the world: TVs made out of Lego.
The £3,100 (£2,700 AU$5,000) Skyline TV from The Lego Movie is the latest to feature Lego bricks, as the brand launched the Skyline in the UK earlier this year.
It’s the first Lego TV that can be ordered by fans and can also be built from Lego bricks and parts.
The Lego Skyline comes with a set including four sets of Lego bricks for use with the TV.
“This is a great time to be a Lego fan,” said Matt Wilson, vice president of retail at The Lego Group.
“Lego’s Lego bricks are affordable, they’re super-quality and they’re affordable for kids as well.”
Lego Skylines cost £2,100 (AU$5.40) or £2.50 for an additional set.
The Skyline was designed by the Lego group’s director of design, Rob Schrab.
“Our Skylines are designed to take the Lego experience to a whole new level,” he said.
“The Skyline is the perfect Lego TV for Lego fans looking to get the best out of their TV, as it features a massive array of Lego sets, all in one place.”
The Skylines also come with a series of Lego accessories including a built-in remote control for the remote control.
There are three Skylines available in the US and one in the United Kingdom.