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LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon 75105 Building Kit
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- 100% Synthetic
- Made in the USA or Imported
- Includes 6 minifigures with assorted weapons: Rey, Finn, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Tasu Leech and a Kanjiklub Gang Member, plus a BB-8 Astromech Droid
- Weapons include a blaster pistol, silver-colored blaster pistol, blaster, gang pistol, gang rifle and a bowcaster
- Detailed interior includes a more detailed hyperdrive, holochess board, secret compartment, extra boxes and cables, and storage for spring-loaded shooter ammo
- The perfect addition to any LEGO® Star Wars collection
- Measures over 5” (14cm) high, 18” (47cm) long and 12” (32cm) wide
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Travel the galaxy with Han Solo, Chewbacca and others in the iconic Millennium Falcon! Aim for the stars with the Millennium Falcon featuring streamlined design, detachable cockpit, spring-loaded shooter, holochess board and lots more. One of the most iconic starships of the Star Wars saga is back, and it's leaner and meaner than ever before! As featured in exciting scenes from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, this latest LEGO version of the Millennium Falcon is crammed with new and updated external features, including an even more streamlined and detailed design, detachable cockpit with space for 2 minifigures, rotating top and bottom laser turrets with hatch and space for a minifigure, dual spring-loaded shooters, sensor dish, ramp and an entrance hatch. Open up the hull plates to reveal even more great new and updated details inside, including the main hold with seating area and holochess board, more detailed hyperdrive, secret compartment, extra boxes and cables, and storage for spring-loaded shooter ammo. And of course no LEGO Millennium Falcon model would be complete without Han Solo and Chewbacca, as well as other great characters from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Activate the hyperdrive and set course for LEGO Star Wars fun! Includes 6 minifigures with assorted weapons: Rey, Finn, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Tasu Leech and a Kanjiklub Gang Member, plus a BB-8 Astromech Droid. Exterior features streamlined and detailed design, detachable cockpit with space for 2 minifigures, rotating top and bottom laser turrets with hatch and space for a minifigure, dual spring-loaded shooters, sensor dish, ramp, entrance hatch and opening hull plates. Detailed interior includes a more detailed hyperdrive, holochess board, secret compartment, extra boxes and cables, and storage for spring-loaded shooter ammo. Weapons include pistols, blaster, gang pistol, gang rifle and a bowcaster. Lift the hull plates to check out detail. Detach the cockpit. Fire the dual spring-loaded shooters.
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|Item Dimensions||14.88 x 22.91 x 3.43 in||14.88 x 13.94 x 2.78 in||11.1 x 18.9 x 2.4 in||10.32 x 11.1 x 2.32 in||11.1 x 21.26 x 3.09 in||14.88 x 18.9 x 2.78 in|
|Item Weight||4.41 lbs||—||2.2 lbs||—||—||—|
|Number of Pieces||1,329||537||717||449||740||863|
Top customer reviews
Han Solo: a minifigure of him (old) that really portrays the character. I like to put him next to the Microfighter Han from episode 4, and the promotional minifigure of Han that came with The Padawan Menace.
Chewbacca: an awesome minifigure. The bow caster is a real sharp-shooter. I like that they made him taller, instead of minifig-sized, not Chewbacca sized. It is hard to put him in the Falcon cockpit.
BB-8: adorable. A little wobbly, though. My sister calls him 'baby 8' but really.. it's an ADORABLE minifig-droid.
Finn: there is another set with him, for about half the price of this one. But he doesn't have a lightsaber (in this set)!
Rey: cool minifig. Would've been cooler if she had her staff. She is more detailed in the Rey's speeder set, with a satchel and staff. Also, I was able to make a Rey microfighter of that same speeder out of another microfighter. I am one clever fellow.
Tasu Leech: lame gun. 'Nuff said. He has Bard the Bowman's hair and printing on his back and legs.
Kanjiklub member: cool. But does have a lame gun.
Millennium Falcon: same structure. Lots of places to hide stuff. The cockpit, however, was extremely hard to build. Super frustrating. It also has cleverly hidden missiles. It is also Super Awesome. Sometimes one of the legs breaks off, or the bottom cannon, but that stuff is minor and only happens if I put it down ruffly (Star Wars VII where the Falcon gets stolen by Rey and Finn.)
The inside is junky, with lots of places to hide stuff. I simply stuff all the minifigures in the Falcon and call my life good.
My brother (8) and sister (3) can play with this without it breaking. Boom goes the cannon. My sister asks "can I shoot it? PWEESE?"
(I give her a tour of it nearly every morning. She knows where it is)
Sometimes I'll walk in my bedroom and the lasers will be gone. My room is a hunk o' junk. It takes time to refind them. Is that a word? refind...refind no, no it's not. Dang it.
Other stuff: it took me about 4 hours to build. I am currently 11. The instructions, were actually pretty good, contradict to other reviews.
- a very happy 11 year old customer (that saved money to buy it)
Fun to build, overall, it wasn't terribly difficult, but the instructions were pretty terrible for some parts.
Tons of minifigures from the new movie!
It is the MILLENIUM FALCON. Duh.
Instructions are the worst I have encountered with any Lego build I have done so far. I was had to tear apart and rebuild several sections when it came time to put the panels on. Nothing lined up right and I had to basically tear off and rebuild the front of the ship and cockpit when I got to bag 9. Had there been instructions showing the ship from other angles, or even a closeup of a particular section now and then, it would have been helpful. I found that too often, I could not see to count pegs in between spaces because the view on the instructions was blocked by a taller piece in the drawings and this is where a lot of my problems came from. I was pretty meticulous with counting and placement, but I STILL ended up being out of whack because I just couldn't see.
Overall, this was a fun build, I would totally do it again. I love how it turned out and it is going to be an amazing addition to my Lego and Star Wars collections, even though there were a few times that I did want to cast it into the pit of Carkoon, the nesting place of the all-powerful Sarlacc where it would be slowly digested over a thousand years because of the instructions.
In the end it's really a beautiful ship. I was quite surprised how much I personally liked it once it was done. From the pictures I viewed online it looked a bit shoddy, but once complete the beauty shines through. It's really about the little details including the holo chess board, all the little compartments and the mess of parts toward the back of the ship, which is what you expect on the Millennium Falcon. The many mini figures, big deck, and number of compartments and moving parts make for lots of fun for someone with a good imagination.
Some negatives I would say are that my son really wants to pick it up and fly it, but it's really awkward to hold and if this thing falls on the floor it's going to be a mess and a very sad day. I'd say it's pretty much for playing with on a table. The cockpit window was really tough for us to put on. I haven't had a chance to look closely to see if we have a part out of place since it was the last piece to attach and my son wanted to play immediately. He really won't be able to take the cockpit cover off and on for play. This may just be a mistake in building on our part. Anyway, it's minor and at this point he could care less. Also, the landing gear is quite short so you don't have good access to the bottom of the ship. It's hard to play with the gun turret on the bottom or have a mini figure really enter the through the lower latch. On the other hand I can imagine that the ship would look worse and be more unstable with longer landing gear, so I guess this is a compromise and Lego probably took the right route.
It's hard to see someone who likes Lego and Star Wars not loving this set. It takes a long time to build, so it's very fulfilling when it's complete. It's very detailed with lots of moving parts and lots of cool mini figures so it's fun to play with and it really has a lot of details so it looks good just as a display.