LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon 7965
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- Straight from the Death Star escape scene of Episode IV: A New Hope
- Includes 6 mini-figures: Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Chewbacca, Ben Kenobi, Princess Leia Organa and Darth Vader
- Millennium Falcon features opening hull, detailed interior, twin flick missiles, rotating laser cannons and detachable cockpit cover
- 3 lightsabers, 3 blasters and 1 crossbow also included
- 1254 pieces total
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Straight from the Death Star escape scene of Episode IV: A New Hope, the all-new LEGO Millennium Falcon features stunning details, like hull plates that open to reveal a detailed interior, twin flick missiles, rotating quad laser cannons and detachable cockpit cover. Featuring Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Chewbacca, Ben Kenobi, Princess Leia Organa and Darth Vader, can you rewrite history and help Ben Kenobi defeat his evil nemesis from the dark side?
Kids ages 9 to 14 will be happy the old man got the tractor beam out of commission when they blast off with the Millennium Falcon LEGO Star Wars Set. Straight from the Death Star escape scene of Episode IV: A New Hope, this replica of Han Solo's iconic starship is crafted from more than 1,200 LEGO pieces for a detailed, articulating display. With twin flick missiles, rotating laser cannons, and detachable cockpit cover, this Millennium Falcon set's got more than a few surprises left in it.
Detailed Design Features Articulating Panels and Turrets
The numerous details on this modified Corellian Engineering Corporation YT-1300 freighter would impress even Luke Skywalker. Measuring more than 15 inches wide and 4 inches tall when completed, this model accurately depicts the famous Millennium Falcon, from its distinctive round shape to its right-hand cylindrical cockpit.
Rotating top- and bottom-mounted quad-laser turrets, detachable cockpit cover, and firing twin flick rockets are just some of the cool features included in this model.
Mini-Figures Let Kids Recreate Scenes
This set includes LEGO mini-figures of Han Solo, Chewbacca, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia Organa, and Darth Vader, so you can replay your favorite scenes from the movie.
Place figures outside the ship to have Obi-Wan and Vader duel, or place them inside the opening hull to play chess, hide in the smuggling compartments, or observe Luke's remote training. For enhanced play, the set includes three lightsabers, three blasters, and one crossbow.
Building Your Own Millennium Falcon
With 1,254 LEGO pieces, the Millennium Falcon took more than four hours for our testers to construct. Split between two adult builders, these hours provided a fun time to reminisce about favorite Star Wars moments.
A large percentage of the pieces come in shades of gray, and approaching construction requires a bit of organization and discipline. Detailed step-by-step instructions help ensure that construction is a relatively straightforward process, despite the complexity of the finished model.
As impressive as the finished model may be, our testers noted a few minor oversights worth mentioning. For starters, there are no mini-figures of C-3PO or R2D2 included, making the scene reconstruction feel incomplete. Also, only Han Solo and Chewbacca are capable of fitting in the cockpit. However, considering the amount of overall detail included in this model, any Star Wars fan would be delighted to proudly put it on display.
What's in the Box
LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon set (1,254 pieces), two instruction booklets, and sticker sheet.
Top Customer Reviews
On a fun scale, assembling it, and playing with it is high. I am an adult who bought this for my girlfriend who is a LEGO and Star Wars nut. So naturally she loved it. We ended up building this all day and finishing it within an afternoon. Building it is not hard, but I see LEGO still has not found some easy way of differentiating the bigger pieces apart (the only way to tell the difference between say a 8x14 plate and a 10x16 plate is to count the individual studs on each plate) in the instruction manual. We enjoyed ourselves a lot and had a great time. Now, I am a star Wars nut. I love realism, and this, like many other LEGO products is not build for realism, but for play. I can't help but notice that the scale is off on the ship, there are some key locations on it from the movies that are missing (no re-enacting the kissing scene between Han and Leia on this from Ep. 5), and for some reason they are missing the R2-D2 and C-3PO characters. The set appears to be based off of the Ep. 4 version of the Millennium Falcon, because the two guns can be manned by two minifigs, there is the chessboard set from the movie, the smuggling compartments, and that little trainer that Luke uses with Ben Kenobi, but no dynamic droid duo. Also, the cockpit does not hold four minifigs, like in the movies. I believe it maxes out at two, I never checked that out. Other than those minor, nitpicky little things, this set is a blast. And I got it cheaper here, than I could have at the Lego store, Lego.com, and Walmart. Go Amazon!
Build: It was pretty straightforward, with a lot of technic pieces forming the bottom frame and then repetitive building for the top covers. I usually build sets pretty quickly (AT-AT took 2 hours) but I went a little slower on this one, taking about 3 hours to finish it all. There are painted panels for computers but also stickers for some of the pieces on the outside, and while I'm not a huge fan of decals they look decent enough on the finished product.
Playbility: This is a lot more fun to play with than sets of similar price range like the AT-AT and the Star Destroyer. The top panels fold out nicely to reveal the interior and aren't too loose to flop if you play with it upside down. The main body features: 1) 2 beds, 2) the training remote Luke uses in A New Hope; 3) sitting area with the board game; 4) a center computer console; 5) stowaway compartment; 6) a lowering walkway (?); and 7) the top/bottom quad cannons with seats for gunners that slides out the top. The cockpit can fit both Han and Chewie (with Chewie sitting slightly behind Han). The landing gear won't fold in or slide up but this will probably be on a surface most of the time, and you can take them off if you really want to. You can easily fit all of the minifigures that came with the set plus more to recreate scenes from episode 4, or make up your own scenes. While the AT-AT just has an empty space to fit Snowtroopers and the Star Destroyer has a few panels and standing space, this set allows your figures to be in the context of the movie and to actually be interacting with the ship itself.
Minifigures: Of course it comes with Luke, Leia, Obi-Wan, Han, Chewie, and Darth Vader. As with the other reviewers, I would've liked to see R2 and C-3PO included given the hefty price tag, but they can be purchased individually or via Droid Escape set. The details on the figures are great and have the same level of accuracy as the newest figures from this year.
Love this set, you will not regret it if you are an adult collector that doesn't mind spending in the $50~$200 range for a fun kit.
My wife still says I got it as much for the kids as myself; she has a point. I probably had as much fun assembling it as they do playing with it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The kid's are still playing with it!!