The Lego Star Wars set consists of over 6000 parts and costs €600 RRP – you can order it from October 7th.
Razor Crest has gigantic proportions
Star Wars or Disney and Lego have a long history. The latest chapter in it is the Razor Crest from The Mandalorian. Bounty hunter Din Djarin’s ship has garnered many fans since the launch of the first season.
The hardcore fans with the necessary change will soon be able to order the right set from Lego. When assembled, the set is 72 cm long, 50 cm deep and 24 cm high. According to Lego, it is the “longest LEGO spaceship on offer ever built”.
The LEGO set is not only aimed at adults in terms of price
Inside the Razor Crest you will find the cockpit, an escape pod and a freezer. The engines can be removed and there are also a few figures included. Also present are Mythrol and Kuiil on a Lego Blurrg, Mando and of course Baby Yoda aka The Child aka Grogu. It will soon also be available as a Tamagotchi.
After assembly, you can put the Razor Crest on a stand and place an information board in front of it. This is where you realize that this set is not aimed at children. It is also explicitly marketed to adults (+18 years). This should also be the target group that has the wherewithal for the Star Wars Lego set. The Klemmstein makers are asking for a total of €600.
Part of the Ultimate Collector Series
In general, Star Wars LEGO sets have never been cheap. The small LEGO R2-D2 with just over 2000 parts also costs €200 RRP and the large AT-AT with over 6500 parts even costs €800 RRP. All sets are part of the LEGO Star Wars UCS series. USC stands for Ultimate Collector Series.
If you are already through with season 2 of The Mandalorian, I have a little tip: There is also the N-1 Starfighter from Lego for €65 RRP. It might be worth considering because it’s a little more up-to-date and also more affordable.
Will you be getting the Mandalorian set when it releases on 10/07? officially goes on sale or is Season 3, which starts on Disney+ in February 2023, enough for you? Let us know in the comments.