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LEGO Star Wars UCS Slave I (75060)

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LEGO Star Wars Slave I Set

Track down fugitives with the legendary bounty hunter, Boba Fett, using the LEGO Star Wars Slave I Set. Boba Fett must venture to Bespin to recover the frozen body of Han Solo. Recreate iconic Star Wars moments, and then display the Slave I in the upright flight position as a home accent piece. The 1,996 LEGO pieces provide an opportunity to use imaginative building skills.

Product Highlights

  • Use the Slave I to track down fugitives with Boba Fett
  • Boba Fett and the Bespin guard can load the frozen Han Solo onto the cargo hold
  • Open the side hatches to unleash the missiles from the hidden shooters
  • Display the Slave I in upright flight position as home décor
  • Recreate scenes from Star Wars: Episiode V The Empire Strikes Back
  • 1,996 LEGO pieces

What's Included

  • Boba Fett mini figure
  • Bespin guard mini figure
  • Stormtrooper mini figures
  • Han Solo in carbonite mini figure
  • Starship: rotating cockpit and wings for flight and landing mode, opening side hatches with hidden guns and missiles, two rotating dual shooters, cargo hold
  • Blaster pistol
  • Blaster rifles
  • Display stand with data sheet
Force shall set me free
Blast through space on the Slave I with the legendary bounty hunter Boba Fett to track down fugitives, like Han Solo.
Without strife, victory has no meaning
Help Boba Fett and the Bespin guard load Han Solo's body, which is frozen in carbonite, onto the cargo hold and bring him to the highest bidder.
Through victory my chains are broken
Open the side hatches to unleash missiles if the situation escalates or gets out of control.
Sith are eternal
Display the Slave I as a conversation piece when you're finished recreating scenes from the iconic Star Wars series.

Product Description

Track down fugitives with legendary bounty hunter, Boba Fett aboard the powerful Slave I! This exclusive LEGO® Star Wars model features a rotating cockpit and wings for flight and landing mode, plus dual shooters and hidden blasters to repel attackers. Reenact the capture of Han Solo in Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back and take off from Bespin with the carbonite-imprisoned Rebel hero in the cargo hold. Attach the stand to display this iconic ship in characteristic upright flight. Includes 4 minifigures with weapons: Boba Fett, Bespin Guard, Stormtrooper and Han Solo.


  • Rotating cockpit & wings, opening side hatches w/hidden guns & missiles, 2 rotating dual shooters, cargo hold & a display stand w/data sheet. Rotate the cockpit & wings for flight & landing mode.
  • Includes 4 minifigures with weapons: Boba Fett, Bespin Guard, Stormtrooper and Han Solo. Boba Fett and Bespin Guard minifigures are unique to this set. Also includes Han Solo in carbonite!
  • Showcase the huge Slave I in upright flight on the display stand.Weapons include special blaster pistol for Boba Fett, blaster pistol for Bespin Guard and a blaster rifle for the Stormtrooper.
  • Recreate classic scenes from Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back
  • Measures over 7" (20cm) high, 17" (45cm) long and 14" (37cm) wide in landing mode

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7.8 pounds

22.7 x 14.7 x 4.6

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LEGO Star Wars UCS Slave I (75060)

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  • High quality (41)
  • Lasting fun (29)
  • Easy to assemble (12)
  • Easy to use (9)


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    • Reviewer Profile:
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Most Helpful Positive Review


Another Excellent Minifig-Scale UCS Model

I could hardly contain my excitement when this set was first announced. Even when I was a child and the first Slave I sets were produced, I found myself disappointed with the accuracy of...Read complete review

I could hardly contain my excitement when this set was first announced. Even when I was a child and the first Slave I sets were produced, I found myself disappointed with the accuracy of those sets. In particular, Jango Fett's Slave I was the worst offender with its weird shape and wings that hung wayyy too low. I don't even really want to remember the shamefully tiny original Slave I, which drew from a rather limited parts pool at the time. It's hard to believe what a difference there is between the Slave I from 2000 and the UCS Slave I from 2015. This new UCS set is huge. Properly huge; correct minifig scale, unlike past iterations from Lego. The Slave I is small as far as transports go in the Star Wars universe, but it's not a small ship by any means. Lego has finally faithfully produced a Slave I that is as big as the reputation and love it has accumulated over the years since first appearing in The Empire Strikes Back. In particular I'm very glad Lego decided to produce Boba's variant rather than Jango's, as the green and dark red is simply more iconic than the prequel paint scheme. Perhaps later we'll see Jango colored variants within the MOC-building community. As far as parts-per-dollar, the set is pretty much spot-on. Assuming the typical $0.10 per part, this works out perfectly as far as value is concerned. I feel like the price is good, though I wouldn't have minded paying perhaps $20 more for printed parts instead of having to work with the rather large number of stickers this set includes; stickers continue to be a hit-and-miss for me over the years, and it leaves me a little disappointed that Lego hasn't moved on to a more reliable material like outdoor-grade vinyl for stickers. I was surprised to find a single, thick instruction book in contrast to the typical multiple books you get in these large sets. Dorky Lego veterans like me will certainly remember sets like the UCS Imperial Star Destroyer originally having a massive instruction book that would fall apart just by looking at it the wrong way. The Slave I's book seemed to hold together during building, so perhaps an actual spiral binding wasn't necessary for the book's size. In addition there's some neat stuff in the book like the specs of the ship, Q&A with the designer of the set, and some concept artwork. Build-wise, the set is incredibly well-constructed, and the support structure of technic bricks and arms is brilliant and leaves the model incredibly sturdy. Lots of studs-not-on-top construction as well. I'm happy to report that the model is quite swooshable because of it's clever build. Color choices are beautiful and accurate, and the unique windscreen piece is marvelously pretty. The detail of the set is quite simply remarkable, as one would expect from the UCS line. Though Lego parts have never been known for replicating curves very well, I think the Slave I's sleek exterior is reproduced as well as it ever will be in this set. The stand that is included in the set is also quite sturdy and I have no worries that it will work great for holding up the heavy ship for years to come. Even when standing next my rather large UCS Imperial Shuttle, the Slave I commands a remarkable presence. As far as the minifigures are concerned, the new and improved Boba Fett is drowning in delicious, geeky detailed printing and looks seriously cool; even the distinct Mandalorian Mythosaur Skull emblem was remembered by the artist who designed the prints. The newest version of Stormtrooper is not exclusive to this set, also being found in the latest Star Destroyer playset. With redesigned helmet, torso, and leg printing, this is by far the best-looking stormtrooper Lego has produced to date; no frowny Disney Rebels trooper helmets here. Hopefully more sets will include this new Stormtrooper style when the Summer 2015 sets are released. Improved as well, albeit less dramatically are the Bespin Guard and Han Solo figures. Both see improved prints and flesh tones, though not much else has changed. Overall, I very much enjoyed building this set and I highly recommend it for those who love large ships full of attention to detail and good value.


Most Helpful Critical Review



For those who know their Greek mythology, you will get the irony of this review. I have Lego 10240 X-Wing and Lego 10227 B-Wing on my desk and coworkers frequently stop by to admire...Read complete review

For those who know their Greek mythology, you will get the irony of this review. I have Lego 10240 X-Wing and Lego 10227 B-Wing on my desk and coworkers frequently stop by to admire them. These ships you can handle and move the wings, open the canopy etc. That’s the key; you can handle those. Slave I is better left on its stand (thus the mythology comparison). The base of the ship is very robust, but the fuselage is almost as if the designers came to the realization that they had used up their quota of parts and had to finish it quickly. The fuselage sides are single sub-assemblies that are attached to the frame at two locations. Consequently, they are incredibly fragile and prone to crushing if you try to handle it. This proves to be annoying as it is the natural locate to pick this model up by. Additionally, this lack of robustness makes the two weapons bay doors all but pointless. Every time I try to open/close them it feels like the whole thing is going to fall apart. Finally, Salve I does not sit ON its stand like the previous sets; the stand actually slots into the back of the ship. Not the best idea Lego has ever had and adds to the philosophy of admiring it from a distance. The cockpit is disappointing as it seems incomplete. When you look inside, you actually see all the way through the ship and out the back; not very professional. One would have expected Lego to complete the interior to a higher degree. If you are able to master the handling of Slave I and rotate it from the vertical to the horizontal position, the wings rotate quite nicely. However, the pilot’s seat does not. It is hinged, but the construction is too tight to allow it movement. The guns seemed very loose, but this can be remedied by adding a few of the left over parts to eliminate the slack. I understand that the actual Slave I (I know it’s fictitious) wouldn’t have an opening canopy as the pilot would have accessed the flight deck from within. However, an articulated canopy would have been a nice consideration so as to facilitate access to Boba Fett. With all that considered, the build was a lot of fun and it does look very impressive. Is it worth it? Who cares; it’s Lego!!

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Wonderfully detailed set

By Haven

from Dunedin, FL, USA

Comments about LEGO Star Wars UCS Slave I (75060):

This is, in my opinion, maybe the best looking set LEGO has made, with lots of small details packed in. I would definitely consider it a display piece and not a playset, although it is minifigure scale and would work as one. The sides are a little weak, but the base solid. The display stand included works very well, and keeps the ship upright in a flying position. This is a great introduction into the UCS sets.


I would buy this product only once for myself

By Technomancer

from Hurst Texas

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    Comments about LEGO Star Wars UCS Slave I (75060):

    Build it up and keep it together.

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    By PR1985

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about LEGO Star Wars UCS Slave I (75060):

    I have a ton of Star Wars Lego sets and this by far was one of the most engaging builds I have done. I love the design and attention to detail that went into this and not only is the build itself awesome but the booklet that comes with it has some great gems in it. This thing is pretty darn big and very heavy but it is surprisingly very sturdy. Boba Fett has always been my favorite of mine and if you're a Fett fan or just a Star Wars fan this needs to be in your collection!


    Phenomenal set

    By LegosAreTheBest

    from Dallas

    Comments about LEGO Star Wars UCS Slave I (75060):

    This is what Lego does best. Excellent detail and ingenuous design, but also great playability for my 6 year old. It took him 4 days to build, probably about 2 hours per night. We love it. The only criticism is that there is no door for the cargo hold, as in the movie. But overall an awesome and incredibly fun set.


    Levi Slave I

    By Kyle

    from Provo, Utah

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      Comments about LEGO Star Wars UCS Slave I (75060):

      Awesome build!!! It was absolutely worth the price. It took me about 8 hours to complete. It has great detail and the stand was on point to be able to display if.

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      Nice Piece of Iron ya got there Boba...

      By Chadwick

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      Comments about LEGO Star Wars UCS Slave I (75060):

      I was never a Fan of the Slave one mainly because I thought it looked like something I would use to clean my car with-lol XD Plus episode 6 didn't do Boba Fett any favors...(I'm still wondering how the writers of episode 6 sleep at night) Anyways...Boba Fett and his Slave One really shine in Empire of episode 5 and to this date it's one of the most dramatic and beautiful films ever produced. That being said..I am SO GLAD Lego did such a great Job on this Set! If you are on the Fence like I was...I can tell you it's one of those builds you will Really appreciate and wonder why you even thought twice. I'm not Sure how long it will be around till retirement...but if I were a betting man I'd say soon with all the set changes through May 4th and episode 8 around the corner, but I never know...however, I for one was not going to miss out. I Definitely recommend this set!


      Best Purchase Ever!

      By Jim The Man

      from El Paso, TX

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      Comments about LEGO Star Wars UCS Slave I (75060):

      This is not only an iconic ship in Star Wars, but the LEGO version was exciting to build and the best bang for your buck!

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      By BrickBro97

      from Undisclosed

      Comments about LEGO Star Wars UCS Slave I (75060):

      When the 2006 model of the Slave 1 ship came out, I begged my mom to let me get it with no success. 10 years later, I am old enough to make my own decisions and buying this set was one of them; thank god I did. It's beautiful to look at and the building techniques are some of the best I've seen from LEGO. I love this set and the exclusive Boba Fett.


      Great Collectors Set

      By thasandman

      from Maple Ridge, BC, Canada

      Comments about LEGO Star Wars UCS Slave I (75060):

      I purchased the Slave One at the Lego Store in Vancouver. I was very excited for this build, however due to being colour blind, the instruction book was hard to read as the background was dark and the dark grey lego was hard to see. The only other issue I had with this set is that the mini figures have no place or seats to be placed when in stationary form. The carbon Han and Boba Fett can fit inside but the other two can't. These are the only two minor issues I had with this set. The set price is great for the size of the ship and experience it takes to build. The set is fairly light but is a little awkward due to size. The wings / turning jests are a little wiggly but work well. This was the second UCS set I have purchased and will continue building my UCS sets now. This is a must have for collectors!

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      By JackBricks

      from Guildford, UK

      Comments about LEGO Star Wars UCS Slave I (75060):

      This is such an amazing set! I bought it at a good price and even without that discount the value for money is great based on the piece count. Boba Fett is an amazing new minifigure, he goes hand in hand with the one from the original Cloud City set. The arm printing is brilliant! The Bespin Guard is nice, shame you can now get him in the Advent Calendar. The stormtrooper is pretty generic but he is still of the newish variant which is in my opinion the best, the Han Solo is the same as from the Carbon Freezing Chamber (except for the leg colours) and he is a welcome addition too. The Slave 1 is probably my favourite set which I have ever bought (amongst the Sandcrawler and UCS Tie Fighter). It looks brilliant with awesome angles and decoration on each part of the build with a good looking stand to match. The price is hefty, and you have to really be a fan of the ship for it to be worthwhile. I would recommend it to anyone and I would suggest buying it over any other set currently released (though I would hold out for the UCS Millenium Falcon if that 'tickles your fancy' more. Hope my review was helpful!

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