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LEGO Star Wars Republic Frigate 7964

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  • Transport the Jedi and clone heroes in the iconic Republic Frigate
  • Includes 5 minifigures: Yoda, Eeth Koth, Quinlan Vos, Clone Commander Wolffe and Wolfpack clone trooper
  • 3 lightsabers and 2 blasters also included
  • Frigate features detachable escape pod, flick missile, opening cockpit, and rotating turbolaser cannons
  • Also features proton torpedo launcher with torpedo, retractable undercarriage, opening hatches and detailed interior
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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As seen in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, the iconic Republic Frigate features detachable escape pod, flick missile, opening cockpit, rotating turbolaser cannons, proton torpedo launcher, retractable undercarriage, opening hatches and detailed interior. Includes Yoda, Eeth Koth, Quinlan Vos, Clone Commander Wolffe and Wolfpack Clone Trooper minifigures.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 23 x 14.8 x 3.2 inches
Item Weight 4 pounds
Shipping Weight 4 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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Shipping Advisory This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
ASIN B004P9739S
Item model number 4612209
Manufacturer recommended age 9 - 14 years
Best Sellers Rank #105,286 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
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4.3 out of 5 stars 48 customer reviews

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I purchased this set for myself, a 31 y/o Star Wars nut, so this review is going to be more for people like me that build these sets for the fun of uilding and to put them on display. So far this is my largest Lego build, and by far was the most enjoyable to put together. The detail level on it is very nice, and all of the core structure is very sturdy. There are a few pieces that will pop off fairly easily, but they are all cosmetics (antennas, turrets, etc.) and are quite simple to just pop back on. The stickers appear to be pretty good and will probably stay attached on display for a long time. It is pre-organized into numbered bags that correpsond to a step in the build process, which makes it much less time consuming to build (no more digging through 1k pieces looking for that one little 1peg piece). This organized assembly process is also kind of neat to watch, as it goes together just like modern naval vessels: One segment at a time. It is a large kit, and will take up quite a bit of space on your display shelf. I'm going to have mine on a coffee table next to the Milenium Falcon kit I'm getting for Xmas. It is well balanced enough that hanging it from the carry handle is probably a viable option as well.
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I purchased this toy for myself and my three young boys. It's a great ship that is quite sturdy. I had read the reviews that mentioned it falling apart easily but decided to purchase anyway as other reviews said it was sturdy.

There is a point in construction where you have to slide a few pins through to hold different sections of the ship together. This isn't clearly marked (or perhaps even marked at all) in the instructions. With the pins through, the ship will stay together quite nicely. It could easily be hung from the ceiling by it's holder or "flow" around by a child. Without the pins pushed through it will come apart with play.

I hope that helps.
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My son is 5 years-old (I'm 45), so I appreciate that neither of us are within the posted target consumer range of this product ("9 - 15"), but we're both Star Wars Lego fanatics, so I reckon that's all good.

It's an impressive model, and of course great fun to build. My son managed to build about 40% of it himself with me supplying the right pieces and offering the odd adjustment advice. Good father-son bonding time, outstanding. If you're involved in the Star Wars Lego universe (and I must admit it took me a while to come 'round), then this is a great addition to the pantheon. When it starts to fall apart, it will contribute a large number of super-cool hull-shaped lego pieces to our large collection, to inspire our own creative play.

But that does introduce a minor complaint that's worth considering . . . Lego seems to have this misguided belief in what constitutes customer (child) engagement, where they insist on engineering these models to have moving pieces and compartments that open up to allow for 'play' within the ship . . . Lego seems to feel that kids want to take the figurines and move them around the interiors. This is true for virtually all Star Wars Lego spaceships. The trouble is that the hinges on which these moving parts rely are flimsy. They don't hold. They fall apart. I've already spent more time fixing the hinged compartments of the Republic Frigate than we've spent actually playing with the Republic Frigate. We've had exactly the same experience with the Fury Class Sith Interceptor (even worse: that thing has hinged and angled wings that NEVER stay attached) and other models.
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Bought this product for my 10 yr old nephew's birthday (plus the fun of building a big lego set, I admit : Construction took about 3 hours with a couple of breaks spaced throughout. was initially impressed just by the sheer size of the thing (twenty inches long) other than a couple of small antennas that kept popping off, it felt sturdy. Came with a retractable carrying handle which was a nice touch. Comes with stickers for some of the bricks instead of having printed pieces. A major bummer for me, and potentially for kids, as one sticker going on crooked could ruin the whole look of the set. I'm not huge on the clone wars, so I cannot attest to the jedi figures or the troopers, yoda was kinda cute, my nephew say the rest were "cool". works for me. my biggest gripe is just the overall play-ability of this thing. it's too big for a kid to do any meaningful "swoooshing". I would assume that most kids would sit this thing on the floor and act out scenes inside the ship. Most lego sets when I grew up had pretty detailed play areas for just that. This ship has hardly any. You get an opening cockpit, which seats one figure and is barren. (if lego has gone the sticker route, they could have thrown in some little computer readout stickers to spice up the cockpit) we used some pieces from other sets to mod it a bit, but thats not the point. The escape pod was also very bland, though, the launching mechanism was cool (switch on side of ship) and it does hold 5 guys, so I'll give it that. The interior rooms were both my nephews and I's biggest disillusionment, there is nothing for the figs to do. on the starboard side, you have a little briefing room, which can barely hold two figures, and they cannot stand. it's far to small to act out any sort of scenario or have an adventure in.Read more ›
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