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LEGO Star Wars Destroyer Droid (8002)

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  • Lego Technic Star Wars 8002 Destroyer Droid, also known as a droideka
  • The Lego Technic 8002 Destroyer Droid contains 553 pieces and includes no minifigures
  • With more than 500 pieces and fittings, this advanced LEGO kit has everything necessary to build that fearsome automaton
  • Instructions for 2 different droids are included
  • Builders can use their creativity to adapt and change the figures they build
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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  • Item Weight: 0.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Denmark
  • ASIN: B0000WS4ZQ
  • Item model number: 8002
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 18 months and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #315,593 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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It is also a couple of hours worth of time in putting it together....but worth it when it is done.
chad steingraber
Although the chain-reaction mechanism is fun, it does seem kind of fragile (especially since there is no glue).
"glee_man"
The mechanics of the model are incredibly ingenious... easily one of the most clever designs I've seen yet.
Steve

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43 of 43 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 20, 2000
When I bought the set I was not aware of the "pop-up" functionality that it had I just wanted the set because I thought it looked really cool as it was and the possibility to use the pieces in other constructions. But after I have built the droid I feel like I don't want to disassemble it, I'm even thinking about buying another set!
Now that I have been playing around with it a few days I must say that it by far the most advanced and intricate Lego model I ever seen, it's not the amount of pieces that are fascinating, it's the construction, it makes you wonder how many sleepless nights it took for constructor of this model to finalize it.
Even though the model is complicated it's fairly easy to follow the building instructions and build the model but I can imagine some younger children might need some assistance. Since it is a construction that depends on a chain reaction that is triggered by a "push-button" it has to function correctly all the way through the course of events that it causes which means that all the parts have to work together. I had to rebuild the model once to get the right functionality and it might take some time to calibrate the construction. But I promise you it's worth it!
As many times before I'm surprised by the amount of pieces that comes in the box, when looking on the box the set doesn't seem to contain as many pieces as it actually does, for me it's a positive surprise and an other positive fact was that it contained less "special" pieces than I thought, the only pieces that was really "special" was the "toes" at the end of the legs.
I sincerely believe that this set ought to amaze anyone that is slightly interested in technical constructions and even some of those who are less interested.
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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 13, 2000
I've mostly collected the episode one lego vehicles, haven't had a technic set since I was a kid. This kit is absoloutely amazing. The engineering behind it is unreal. Don't think the pictures on the box are an exaggeration, this thing really rolls right up into its ball form, and you can toss it right along any smooth surface-when it slows enough, the front feet pop out stopping it, the back leg pops out, the head and arms pop out and guns deploy-the coolest thing I have ever seen a lego kit do! It's hours of fun. I found that some of the rubber bands they suggested for certain actions were either too loose or tight, but there are so many extras provided (you use about 10- it comes with 60, all different sizes/tensions) that its no problem fine tuning the thing. I can't say enough good things about this toy- no large peices anywhere! Too much fun. Definately worth the cash.
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By "panichman" on August 24, 2000
This is the second Star Wars Droid that I have purchased, the first being the "Battle Droid". (The two sets look Brill together!) I decided that I needed a new challenge, and 'challenge' it did!
This is possibly the most technically complicated Lego model I've ever built, and that's a few! (I've been building since I could walk!) In total I must have spent Three hours constructing it (and re-constructing it!) and probably two hours refining the fold-up-roll-stand-up routine. I had to make a few adjustments to the rubber bands to enable the mechanism to work smoothly (more bands isn't always better!) But the end result was well worth the effort.
Since I have bought the model I have rebuilt it twice, why? It got easier the second time and for some reason it worked better. I think it was because I knew what I was doing the second time around! Also I found it possible to delay the trigger so now it rolls further before jumping up, which was what I thought (hoped!)the original model would do.
My personal opinion on younger 'Lego engineers' taking on this challenge, is that you can have a go if you like, but be nice to your Dad for a couple of days before 'cos you may need to ask a few favors from him (Or 'NASA' if He can't help! ) However, do not be put off by what I'm saying here, it is from personal experience only.
As for looks, this model can kill at 50 paces! All my friends are extremely jealous because of my "Destroyer Droid!" They all want one! The mechanism that makes the Droid roll and then suddenly jump up in a flash makes the model so life like! As soon as its up Wham! Out come the guns, ready to blast anything that moves!
I would definitely recommend this Model to anybody who enjoys Lego, Star Wars or both.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 19, 2000
With the glut of Episode I merchandise that hit stores last year, a lot of things were overlooked, especially if it didn't pertain to action figures. The Technic Destroyer Droid is undoubtedly the best of the Episode I merchandising blitz, and it is the most fun I've had with a toy in a long time.
It took me about four hours (not counting additional time retooling it) to put together and it was a lot of fun. Kids and adults both will have a field day with this one. The droid can roll up into its "wheel" form (a feature not present on any other Droideka toys out there) and can even stop itself and unfold, just as in the film. Be careful not to roll it terribly hard though, as some of the smaller, less-secure pieces can come loose due to pressure. There are also a set of instructions included to build an alternate model, the Trade Federation AAT Tank, but I can't comment on that since I haven't built it myself.
Basically, if you're looking for something fun in the Star Wars realm, or if you're a Lego fan looking for something fun to build, then this is the item for you. Lego has been making some of the most inventive and fun products, Star Wars or otherwise, for years, and this is the most recent "crown jewel."
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