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LEGO Star Wars 10225 R2D2

4.6 out of 5 stars 172 customer reviews
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  • Front panels open to reveal a universal computer interface arm and circular saw.
  • 2 fold-out front spacecraft linkage control arms.
  • Retractable third leg
  • Realistic rotating head
  • Measures over 12" (31cm) high and 7" (18cm) wide
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Presenting the iconic R2-D2 as you've never seen him before. Everyone's favorite droid from the Star Wars galaxy is now part of the ultimate collector series and features fantastic detailing, such as rectractable third leg, front panels that open to reveal a universal computer interface arm and a circular saw, rotating head and 2 fold-out front spacecraft linkage control arms. With the included fact plaque and mini R2-D2 figure, this diminutive model is the perfect addition to your Star Wars collection. Measures over 12” (31cm) high and 7” (18cm) wide.

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Product Dimensions 22.9 x 4.1 x 14.9 inches
Item Weight 2.2 pounds
Shipping Weight 5.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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ASIN B007SA1QYO
Item model number 4657540
Manufacturer recommended age 15 - 15 years
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By R. Ferguson TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 1, 2012
This R2-D2 set arrived in May of 2012 and is Lego's first Ultimate Collector Series (UCS) version. UCS sets tend to place a premium on visual fidelity rather than playability, and they are usually among the most expensive sets in Lego's line. Aside from mini figures, set #10225 is Lego's second R2-D2, the first being the Technic-built #8009 from 2002.

The UCS R2-D2 comes with a small number of functions. It has a third leg that drops down via a lever on the rear. The left and right legs rotate backward. None of the legs have wheels, using smooth domed tiles instead (what the Legoscenti call "boat tiles"). It has an I/O port that swings out from the front-right (useful for disabling Death Star trash compactors), and a rotary cutting tool on the front-left; both of these tools are also controlled from the rear. For both tools, you must open their respective hatches by hand before deploying them. The blue horizontal arms on the front-middle swing open as well. The head has full rotation. The set comes with a display plaque and a mini figure R2-D2, just in case the large one is not enough.

The age range for the set is 16+, however, if you have a young R2 fan who is a precocious builder, this set will present little difficulty. The inner core is composed of Technic pieces to accommodate the third leg. There are a lot of white bricks; for this reason you may want to encourage younger builders to split the project into a number of days in order to ward off frustration. In spite of some of the drawbacks of this set (mentioned below) the outcome is very rewarding.

This set is fun, but it does present some play challenges. The set is simply so large that it does not integrate with Lego's mini-figure Star Wars line.
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R2-D2 is probably one of the most famous robots in movie history and it's great to see LEGO produce this iconic character in brick form. This set produces a great looking model, with a heavy emphasis on the "model" aspect. While there is the ability to move the legs (and put the third leg inside the body), swivel the dome, and deploy some of R2's tools, this set is far too bulky and heavy to really be considered a toy.

Construction is fairly complex and can be challenging at some points, but the experience is made much easier by the use of numbered bags. In all, there are 10 sets of bags that are used to construct R2. While this may seem excessive, there are so many small parts in this set that it actually helps save quite a bit of time by not having to sort a large number of parts to find one of the many small white pieces that are used to construct everything but the head.

On the parts, there are a lot of small ones here. R2 is made up primarily of short plates and bricks, with the majority of pieces only 1-stud wide and just a few studs long. You do get a great variety though and the technic assembly used to give the third leg its functionality is pretty cool.

I would highly recommend this set for anyone who is a fan of LEGO Star Wars sets. I've pretty much avoided the UCS line before this because of the size and lack of diversity in colors. Massive piles of gray parts don't appeal to me much, but R2 has enough variety to really make him a great display piece and the blue and gray on white looks awesome.
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If you're a fan of Starwars you cannot miss this R2-D2!

It's easy to build and it looks great. It's not too big so you can display it. Of course as all SW Lego it's overpriced.

Pros:
- R2-D2
- Can be displayed

Cons:
- Price
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This is hands down one of the best LEGO sets ever. It was fun to build, makes an impressive display piece, and is actually a good value for the money when you take into consideration the price/piece of 8.5 cents each. Most LEGO Star Wars licensed sets range in the 12 cent range, so that's not bad.

The age rating on the box should really be heeded, as this is a very complex build. I'm sure there are many kids under 16 that can tackle it, but only if they're very experienced with LEGO building already.

All in all, this was just a pleasure to build. Took me about 7 hours, and I consider myself an expert at building LEGO. I was slowed down a bit by my 6 year old son "helping" me build some parts, so I'm sure I could have done it in about 5.5 hours or so. I plan on disassembling and reassembling this at least a couple more times just because of how much fun it was to build.

Pros:
+ Excellent LEGO quality
+ Challenging build
+ Cool functionality in the final product
+ Great value at MSRP of $180
+ Impressive display piece

Cons:
- The third leg is a bit tricky to get to work properly. Not a huge con, but may frustrate some.
- Not really suitable for children to play with the final model. While it is fairly sturdy, it's not really designed for the type of play young children would throw at it.
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This was one of the most interesting, fun, and challenging LEGO build I've completed so far. It's always amazing to see how the LEGO architects come up with these intricate designs and R2D2 did not disappoint.

As is usually the case with these larger builds, LEGO organizes the bricks and pieces into numbered bags, which correspond with the order you will need to build. For most numbers, there were 3 bags - a large-pieces bag (long bricks or large flats), a medium-pieces bag (standard size bricks and odd pieces), and a small-pieces bag (all the tiny, easy to lose pieces). This really helps with a build this size so you can just focus on the pieces necessary for the current portion of the build. Even with the numbered bags, expect to do some digging.

Pros: The design is very creative. There are a number of unusual pieces that bring the whole build together. The completed product feels quite sturdy, so I'm sure this could be played with by kids with little or no worry of having to rebuild frequently. Seeing the finished product come together was great - very fun.

Cons: I was expecting a UCS build of an icon like R2D2 to be a little larger. Compared to the other UCS edition builds, this is the smallest in number of pieces and in completed product. The retractable 3rd leg is not easy to position correctly - it frequently ends up sitting on top of the power couplers on the side legs.

All-in-all this is a great set and would highly recommend it to any LEGO Star Wars fan.
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