Lego 6210 Star Wars Jabba's Sail Barge
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- Sail Barge measures 18" (46cm) long
- Includes Sarlacc pit and desert skiff
- Sarlacc's jaws open and close
- Sail Barge's side flips down to reveal inner chambers
- Desert skiff measures over 8" (20cm) long
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With Lego 6210 Star Wars Jabba's Sail Barge opening panels and rotating blaster cannon, the giant Sail Barge seems unstoppable until Luke Skywalker and his friends break free on the desert skiff above the hungry Sarlacc Pit. Even bounty hunter Boba Fett may not be able to keep the heroes from escaping. It includes Jabba the Hutt, Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Lando Calrissian in guard disguise, prisoner Princess Leia, Boba Fett, Gamorrean Guard, and R2-D2 with serving tray. The sail barge measures 18" long. Also, it includes Sarlacc pit and desert skiff. Sail Barge's side flips down to reveal inner chambers. Desert skiff measures over 8", i.e 20cm long.
Construction completes with not only Jaba's barge, but with a landing skiff and the dreaded Sarlacc pit (sorry, sand not included). The barge features a laser canon, a forward catapult, and drop sides for easy positioning of minifigs. The skiff has a retractable plank where Luke can begin the attack. Inside the box you'll find 14 parts bags, six bow pieces, two sails, 5 rail pieces, Jabba the Hut figure, and instruction booklet. Also included is an illustrated block inventory with part numbers, in case you ever need to re-order a replacement block. --Porter B. Hall
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I've developed a special appreciatoin for the Tatooine setting, and I'm quite fond of my LEGO Jabba's Palace from a few years ago, but believe me when I say there's a reason that playset didn't sell so well. Playsets are nice and fun, but in the end they don't have the stage presence, the completeness and character that a full ship like the barge has. The barge is very playable and is rich with details, but it's a full replica.
There's room on the interior to put some minifigs, but you can do some minor modding here and there to get more interior space. There's three main "rooms" inside the barge: one for Jabba and Leia, a "kitchen," and a forward compartment that doubles as a jail. Personally, I'm tempted to take out the bars and mod that further, but, as with all LEGO, that's up to you. I think the barge is reasonably nice as an unmodified display piece, even more so than a Millenium Falcon.
For a large LEGO set, it's a relatively easy build that took me around 3 hours (whereas the old Falcon took me around 5). The opening wall design is ingenious and shows how far LEGO sets have come since the beginning of the Star Wars line. The design is also really strong; it's actually very stable and "swooshable."
I actually hadn't opened brand new SW LEGOs in a while, and I'm really enjoying the parade of fleshtone figs. Personally, I think I can see the difference now that some pieces are made outside of Denmark. The colors feel just a little, uh, brighter, somehow. Dunno, maybe it's just the way the fleshtones reflect light, or that the LEGOs were brand new out of box.
I should address stickers: I haven't applied mine yet. The set looks okay without them, but certainly benefits from having them applied.
So my recommendation is that the set is well worth it. It's one of the most anticipated and one of the best SWLEGO sets ever. Don't hesitate to get one this season.
the barge is pretty cool. i like the way the sides are on them. the gun on tope is a cool way to use the conecting pins.
the sarlaac pit is a nice add on, but as someone said, i probably would have bought this without it....then again....what's the point of the whole scene.
you get the expesive Jaba, Luke as a jedi, han without the vest, Lando, Boba fet, R2 (but no C-3PO) and slave Leah
not a bad build and you get some rare stuff in it. go for it
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