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LEGO Star Wars Exclusive Limited Edition Set #7754 Home One Mon Calamari Star Cruiser

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  • Includes 6 minifigures: Admiral Ackbar, MonMothma, General Lando Calrissian, General Madine, a Mon Calamari officer and a Green Squadron A-wing pilot!
  • Set features Mon Calamari command center, repair hangar and an A-wing starfighter!
  • Command center and repair hanger measure a combined 17 inches (43.2cm) long and 9 inches (22.9cm) wide!
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 23.8 x 14.8 x 3.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002I44FDE
  • Item model number: 7754
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 14 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #116,858 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
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Aboard the Mon Calamari Star Cruiser Home One, the Rebel Alliance plans its final assault against the Empires second Death Star. Voted for by fans to celebrate the 10th anniversary of LEGO Star Wars, the famous Rebel flagship features a command center and briefing room with Death Star "hologram", a launch and repair hangar, a Green Squadron A-wing starfighter with removable engine and firing flick-missiles, and the first-ever LEGO minifigures of Admiral Ackbar, Rebel leader Mon Mothma, General Lando Calrissian, General Madine, a Mon Calamari officer and a Green Squadron A-wing pilot. Move the levers and gears to prepare the A-wing for takeoff or to rotate Admiral Ackbar's command chair!

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He's had a lot of fun with the Star Wars lego kits.
Prettygirl
And of course, the A-Wing comes with a neat pilot mini-fig with the classic Lego face and nice graphics for the torso and helmet (w/visor that can raise/lower).
ToyMan NYC
This is exclusive to the set as well, as far as I know.
Aaron S.

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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By ToyMan NYC on March 10, 2010
The Home One, Mon Calimari Star Cruiser (Limited Edition) is a wonderfully designed set. Great A-Wing Fighter, Hanger Bay and Bridge with Tactical Room are all well designed and highly playable. I found it to be a fairly easy but enjoyable build. Overall nicely designed with some neat features.

A-WING FIGHTER - Well designed ship. I feel an improvement upon the previous version. Good color scheme with some rich/dark green pieces, cockpit opens/closes with hinge (interior cockpit has printed screen design ala' Death Star trench run), 2 long flick-fire missiles, rear engines nicely designed and a neat feature...you can take out the red engine from the back middle section. It is held into position, left and right, by a very simple but effective hinge technique which closes and locks the engine into the vehicle. Once opened, the engine can easily slide out. Also the A-Wing has front retractable landing gear. And of course, the A-Wing comes with a neat pilot mini-fig with the classic Lego face and nice graphics for the torso and helmet (w/visor that can raise/lower).

HANGER BAY - Here in the Hanger Bay you have a large area to accomodate the A-Wing Fighter. There is a working crane accross the top of the Hanger which can slide left to right and uses a technique gear to raise and lower the 'hook'. The 'hook' can attach to the removable engine to raise it out of the back of the A-Wing to be worked on by your Mon Calamari mechanic mini-fig (which comes with a wrench). This mini-fig has a great head sculpt(captures the Mon Calamiri race perfectly). The A-Wing can be mounted to a long working technique piece with which you can move/spin the A-Wing 360 degrees as well as forward and backward. If you notice underneath the A-Wing are 2, 2x2 grey plates mid section.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ethel Mertz on February 19, 2010
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You can't go wrong with Lego. My son is 12, and if he can't play football, basketball or go skiing any given day, he loves building Legos - always has. Of course the price of these large sets forces us to purchase them for special occasions only, but it's always on his list.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Aaron S. on June 22, 2011
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This set is one of the best I have ever built in my 20 years of collecting and building Legos. It is also one of the biggest. I do not recommend this set for younger children- it might be a bit too complicated for them. But for teenage collectors and above, this set is incredible.

The set, #7754, Home One Mon Calamari Star Cruiser includes six minifigures: Mon Mothma, Lando Calrissian (in cloud city clothes), General Crix Madine, Admiral Ackbar, a Mon Calamari mechanic, and an A-Wing pilot. Of these figures, Mon Mothma, Crix Madine, Admiral Ackbar, and the Mon Calamari mechanic are exclusive to this set.

The Star Cruiser is split into two main sections: there is a large hanger and a debriefing room, both of which are connected by three joints at the base and one three-hole technic beam on top. The hanger has a great little "A-Wing lift" mechanism of gears and a long cross-hair piece that allow a full 360-degree spin of the A-Wing fighter, which is included in the set (It is awesome, I might add, that it comes in a green and white color-scheme). The amount of detail in the garage is great- there are two storage areas in the floor, and a winch and line allow the mechanic to remove and adjust the engine from the A-Wing and replace it. One small complaint I have is that the instructions require tying the black string around a black camera-type piece that is used as a hook for the engine. I improved this with a 1x1 flat stud piece which goes on the end of the hook and effectively holds the rope in place, allowing the rope and pulley to be used for other things.

The debriefing room looks great as well- it was designed to have quasi-architecture around it and that is a very cool, very effective addition. it adds to the realism of the set.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Tony T. Kao VINE VOICE on March 4, 2010
Got this set for my daughter(4) and me to spend time together. It is a great set with 3 major parts. My daughter forced me to start putting the Lego blocks together for her to play. It has been over a week now. She still play with it everyday. This is my third Lego limited edition set. Loved it.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Justin G. TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 3, 2011
Here's an interesting addition to the Lego Star Wars collection that I never would have expected. The Home One Mon Calamari Star Cruser set isn't actually a ship set the way the X-Wing Fighter or Imperial Shuttle are. This is essentially two interior sections of what would be an impossibly large ship. With this set you get a section containing the bridge (where Admiral Ackbar coordinated the Death Star assault in Return of the Jedi) and the planning area (where said assault was planned) and a section with a repair bay, complete with an A-Wing Fighter. The set includes six minifigures (Admiral Ackbar, Mon Mothma, General Madine, General Lando Calrissian, a Mon Calamari Officer, and an A-Wing Pilot). When assembled, this is a huge set, with lots of moving parts and neat little details.

Complexity - The set includes 789 pieces, and is the most complex set I've built to date. The A-Wing Fighter is easy to assemble, but the repair bay and bridge area have several interlocking sections and moving pieces that require a fair amount of attention to detail. It took three hours to assemble everything, and in a first for me the set was actually missing a few pieces. Fortunately my son's collection contained adequate replacement parts.

Playability - If your child is careful, this is a great set to play with. The A-Wing is the sturdiest part of this set, and as such it's the one my son spends the most time with (that and the minifigures of course). He also has a lot of fun bringing pilots and mechanics (I made him a couple of repair droids) in the repair bay, and assembling the Rebel leaders to review the Death Star assault plan. Personally, I got a huge kick out of the way the A-Wing can rotate in the repair bay, and Admiral Ackbar's spinning command chair.
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