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LEGO Star Wars Hoth Wampa Set (8089)
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- Set includes 1 new wampa ice creature figure, 1 Luke Skywalker minifigure in Hoth winter gear and 1 Zev Senesca minifigure in snowspeeder uniform
- Wampa cave features lightsaber catapult function and skeleton
- Snowspeeder features opening cockpit and tow cable with string and hook
- Wampa cave measures 7" (18 cm) long and 4" (10 cm) wide and snow speeder measures 7" (18 cm) long
- 297 LEGO pieces
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- Well designed Snowspeeder. It's quite similar to previous Snowspeeder models but if you've never gotten one it's a must get set. Nice shape and fairly sturdy. Top view looks great (note: I believe the rear gun is different than previous sets).
- Cockpit Opens closes in two parts. Front, longer end opens for pilot, then back section (attached to front canopy) tilts open for rear gunner/navigator.
- Rear toe cable/grappling hook on a wench.
- 2 front cannons and one rear laser/grappling gun.
- Cockpit interior has a sticker panel showing a silohette of an AT-AT.
- Left and right rear wing flaps open to reveal electronic/interior engine details (stickered).
- Wampa Cave is nicely designed with front large cave opening(simply designed) to fit the Wampa itself. Also to the left of the front we have a small, dark gray rock formation (small BURP)
- Interior of cave has stalactites (where you'd attach Luke to, or any unlucky tresspasser).
- Taun Taun skeletal remains.
- A launcher for Luke's lightsaber mimicing his telekinetic force powers from the movie.Read more ›
I am so sick of seeing Lego using cheap stickers for the sets and not printing on the pieces individually. This is a HUGE drawback of the latest sets. Kids can not play with them as little kids are so rough on them that stickers easily come off or get scratched. My son still plays with my old Space legos from the late seventies and early eighties. Those printed pieces are still shiny and bright even though they are heavily used.
The second problem I have with this set and other current sets of the last few years is the lack of true baseplates. I think lego is cutting costs by not including them in sets. This set in particular could have used a printed baseplate with some of Luke's belongings strewn about on the snow as well and maybe signs of a scuffle.
The third problem I have with this set is the design. It is not a well thought out design. Any Star Wars fan or good Lego Designer would not only watch the movie more closely but research other old Toys from Kenner and Hasbro to get set Ideas. Why would you include another badly designed snowspeeder ( with cheap stickers instead of printed parts like the older versions) when you could have had a Tauntaun and a bigger snow cave? Maybe even do what Hasbro did and make a Tauntaun with an opening stomach compartment for Luke to keep warm inside.Read more ›
Hopefully this starts a trend of Lego releasing decent sets in enough numbers that collectors can't gouge families anymore (*cough* CLOUD CITY *cough*).
Boba Fett's Slave 1 is next on the list (A cool new Boba minfig with cape, a new Han in Carbonite and Bossk!).
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Purchase for Christmas gift for family, they like it very much.Published on August 16, 2014 by Michael C.
Gave this a Its Okay rating as I purchased this as a gift and have asked how they like it and get a typical younger person answer of Its Okay so have just passed this rating on.Published on May 19, 2014 by Ron
very good product.
it was as decried for me/
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