More than 7,000 pieces in this set. Challenging to put together, but worth the effort. Good instruction book. Nicely packaged. Large when completed – nearly 2 by 3 feet.
Not a set for playing with. You will want to display it when finished.
92 pieces. Especially affordable. Millennium Falcon is easy to assemble. Includes Chewbacca figure. Chewie fits in the Falcon’s pilot seat. Falcon fires red studs from cannon.
This version of the iconic spaceship is a small one.
The ultimate Star Wars icon. Good easy to follow instructions. An upgrade from the 2008 Death Star with a lot of detail. Takes many hours to put together, but people who buy it say it's worth the price for LEGO lovers looking for a challenge.
The set has some problems coming with missing pieces.
389 pieces. Rotating cannons. Includes 8 launching missiles and 2 stud launchers. Battle Droid fits inside cockpit. Features 2 Battle Droids, Chewbacca, and Yoda figures.
It’s easy to lose those tiny projectiles if you aren’t careful.
LEGO allows you to combine two favorites with their Star Wars LEGO sets. These sets include LEGO building block creations in the shape of places, characters, ships and creatures from the Star Wars franchise. Each box includes every individual piece you will need to make the pictured product. It does not come already put together. The sets include detailed step-by-step instructions on how to create the shapes. The instructions are generally easy to follow – even if they are sometimes long. The number of pieces in Star Wars LEGO sets will vary greatly from several hundred to several thousand. Price and size of the final product generally increases with the number of included pieces. Sets are intended to take hours to assemble, but the process is considered part of the fun.
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