Lego, Star Wars Microfighters Series 1 X-Wing Fighter (75032)
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- Includes an X-Wing Pilot minifigure with a blaster pistol
- Features realistic detailing, moveable wings, 4 flick missiles, Astromech Droid top section and a mini cockpit for the X-Wing Pilotto sit in
- Amazing miniature version of the real ship
- Create mini space battles with 75033 Star Destroyer
- Measures over 1" (5cm) high, 2" (7cm) long and 2" (7cm) wide
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Fight mini LEGO Star Wars battles in space with the cool X-Wing Fighter microfighter. This great micro-version of the iconic Rebel star fighter has a surprising level of detail, like moveable wings, 4 flick missiles, Astromech Droid section and a mini cockpit for the X-Wing Pilot to sit in! Fuel up and get ready for mini-sized combat. Includes an X-Wing Pilot minifigure with a blaster pistol.
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|Item Dimensions||4.8 x 5.55 x 1.81 in||4.8 x 5.55 x 1.81 in||7.52 x 13.94 x 2.76 in||4.8 x 5.55 x 1.81 in|
|Item Weight||3.2 ounces||—||—||4.96 ounces|
|Number of Pieces||97||87||385||94|
Top Customer Reviews
The front halves of the missiles(?) on the corners of the wings tend to get knocked off, a design flaw that is probably unavoidable given the pieces available and the model's requirements. Might be worth hot-gluing in or removing altogether to prevent them getting lost.
The sets are meant to look cartoonish, with a vehicle that is disproportionately small to the mini figure.
The X Wing captures a lot of detail in quite a small model. The printing on the pilot's body, face, and helmet is *very* detailed and impressive. Note that the mini figure in this set is new and this pattern was not previously available. The R2 unit looks great as well - but note that just the top dome is included (there is no way a full R2 figure would fit into this set).
No stickers, but there are also no printed pieces other than the mini figure and R2 dome.
The 4 wing tips have flick-fire missiles. Wings fold flat and out into X formation. That is the extent of the "action" features of this set but because of it's small size, great looks, and good build quality it is very playable.
This item, DOES have a larger counterpart, comes with 97 pieces that will take you maybe 5 minutes to build if your 5 years old. Frankly, I'm not sure what a 12 year old would do with it. Very small pieces and plenty of flat piece complete this build where flat piece on top of another flat piece building causes issues when you struggle to undo any work done without a Lego remover tool. I don't personally recommend the microfighter series for this reason. I've watched my children struggle more to build these little fighters than some of their much larger star wars kits. It just isn't worth the $10 in my opinion.
I've attached a comparison from the much larger X-Wing to this Micro X-Wing. While a $200 X-wing gives people small heart attacks, it provides a much more usable and replayable set. The microfighter has some of the looks, but just doesn't give you that 'joy' in building. It just lacks...something that will be substantial for the future. The current Red-Five X Wing is $200--that is hard to swing, but if you can, put your money towards Poe's X-Wing Fighter (#75102) currently retailing for $79.99 it has much more to offer than this.
That aside, this was one of the first Star Wars sets we bought. My son wasn't into the building part of Legos and focused primarily on the playing. He of course loved it, but grew out of it once something larger came along. I haven't seen this set rebuilt in months.