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
The first thing that I truly love is that the set is pretty much in scale so that you can place all the figures in familiar settings inside the ship. The roof of the Falcon is made up of folding panels that can be opened to reveal most of the interior of the ship. They've included the table where they played virtual chess, Luke's training droid, as well as control panels and beds. The cockpit is a separate section but still fits a figure (I've got Han on pilot duty naturally), and they even managed to work in the dual seat gunners pod and the hidden smugglers compartment.
As for the Minifigures, you get Han and Chewie of course, Luke and Ben Kenobi, and Leia and Darth Vader round things out. I would have liked to see R2-D2 and C-3PO included but that's just a nit pick. Figures come with light sabers for the Jedi and blasters for the rest along with Chewie's crossbow.
The entire set took me about three and a half hours to assemble, which considering I haven't put together even a small set in years seemed like a pretty quick job. The instructions are very easy to follow with the parts nicely separated out into various numbered bags which I assume is standard Lego practice now.
Highly recommend this one if you want a Lego Millennium Falcon. Price is great and the quality is outstanding.
Absolutely stunning set. This is the one set that I really want this year. My parents say it is okay priced and we can get it for Christmas! Now only 4 months to go!
So, the durability of this item when put together really surprised both my husband and myself. You can actually play with it and not worry about it falling apart, like some other sets. It's a great size and lots of neat areas for play. Definitely worth the price!
The few things I/my son don't like are:
1. The landing gear/feet are stationary. They also don't provide enough clearance to use the ramp making it useless. It looks like there may have initially been different landing gear that was scrapped before the item was released (there are four ball sockets you install that appear to be superfluous)
2. The cockpit is lacking a lot of imagination or thought. There isn't even a seat and getting the pilot (it only fits 1 person- maybe 2 barely) requires pulling off the entire nose cone- which typically results in pulling off the entire cockpit with it. Something hinged, as standard on most Lego ship models, would have been great.
3. The Gunner's seats are the last step and a definite afterthought. Would have been great if they also had clear cockpit entrances.
Really still a great model! No regrets!
I found this at Walmart tucked back on the clearance shelf for $20 or so cheaper than Amazon. If you have a ghetto Walmart it is worth a look for the more expensive Lego models since they order them, no one buys them, so they end up tucked on a random shelf in the very back.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The kid's are still playing with it!!