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LEGO Star Wars Tie Fighter 9492
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- Ages 8 yrs. +
- 413 pc set
- Includes 4 minifigures: TIE fighter pilot, Imperial officer, Death Star trooper and R5-J2 droid
- Star Wars Series
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The major change with this version is the construction of the radiators, the large black hexagonal panels on each side of the craft. In addition to the usual plates, Lego has run a band of tile around the edge (a technique more commonly referred to as studs-not-on-top, or SNOT). Along with smaller detailing, the radiators are a much better representation than prior sets, and they are arguably stronger. Another change in the design evolution is the use of a new cockpit window that is more cleanly spherical. Beyond this, the design features are smaller, such as the use of side-facing roof tiles to give the craft sharper edges.
The set comes with a pilot, an imperial officer, Death Star trooper, and R5-J2 droid. The trooper's helmet is new and nicely designed, as is the droid's new conical head. The craft also has two flick-fire missiles situated underneath the cockpit dome.Read more ›
- Good price per piece for a SW LEGO set
- One of the best, if not the best, TIE Fighter builds for a regular (not including UCS) LEGO. They have made several over the years.
- The cockpit is nice, and has a unique canopy piece. Nice the way it opens.
- Sturdy construction, so it can be swooshed without falling apart.
- Minifigs included with the set are very nice
- The colors of the LEGOS used for the model are nice looking.
- Looks good on display
I may be the minority, but I also love that it comes with flick-fire missiles. They never get old.
The minifigures are great. The TIE fighter pilot has a face under the helmet, but it's kind of pale since it is printed on a black head. Still fun, though. This is also my first Imperial Officer, which is exciting.
The wings connect to the body a lot better than previous iterations. They don't wobble as much when you're swooshing it around your house, and they don't fall off as easily. The wings are made up of lots of plates, so you have to keep an eye out for pieces coming loose during play, but usually it all holds together well.
The TIE fighter is bigger than I thought. It looks slightly out of scale to both the 6206 TIE Interceptor and 8017 Darth Vader's TIE. But the size of the model makes the price a little easier to swallow.
His other Lego fighters are pretty sturdy-- You can play with them and crash them and pop pieces off to pretend they're damaged without having too much work figuring out how to replace them-- But I think this TIE Fighter is a little different then, say, the X-wing. The x-wing is a sturdy beast! Even with my son's own modifications (he likes to have a gunner pointing back, since that is where the enemy fire always succeeded in the first movie), we really haven't had too much difficulty with it. That can't be said so emphatically about the TIE Fighter, though it's still a really cool set!
I know someone else commented on another's review that if you want to play with them, you should buy the non-lego play sets for Star Wars-- but the beauty, to me, is that with lego-- you CAN pretend to battle them and have "real" damage. You can also modify them to be better fighters, as my son did with the x-wing. Legos are, after all, toys-- not models.
So... with that in mind-- The TIE Fighter is certainly a more fragile lego toy then the other Star War ships. The side "wings" (or whatever they are) are big and are made of smaller pieces, kept flat, so of course they aren't the most durable structures. I plan to try to get some larger black flat pieces to sort of reinforce the seams a bit. Though this will be less flat, I think it will hold up better. They also attach to the actual "ship" (the little ball in the middle)in kind of a fragile way... and I really don't know how they could've done that better-- But it hasn't been too much of an issue.Read more ›
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This is a great set, for many various reasons. As to date, there have been many different types, ranging from the very flimsy TIE-Fighter of 2004 (7263, with the blue and black... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Douglas Mathis
My husband put this together for our three year old. We expected breakage. However, the tie fighter is so fragile that it cannot be played with. It is for decoration only.Published 6 months ago by Amy O.
I bought 2 boxes of this item Lego. One in good condition, however the other box was dented and the box was opened up. Glad every packs were still there.Published 13 months ago by Sinatra Widjaja
The Tie Fighter is the most unsung space ship in the Star Wars lore. It is the most common yet the most overlooked due to its significant and more powerful counterparts such as the... Read morePublished 16 months ago by steven perry