LEGO Star Wars: AT-ST Raider 75254 The Mandalorian Collectible Building Model

LEGO Star Wars: AT-ST Raider 75254 The Mandalorian Collectible Building Model

Item No. 75667119
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LEGO Star Wars: AT-ST Raider 75254 The Mandalorian Collectible Building Model is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 19.
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Excite any LEGO builder or fan with this 75254 Star Wars AT-ST Raider Walker collectible model. This brick-built Star Wars building toy features the same cannibalized look of the walker from the hit Star Wars TV series The Mandalorian, including jointed posable legs, a turning turret that opens up to reveal a detailed interior with space to sit a minifigure, plus 2 firing shooters. This advanced AT-ST transport construction toy also includes Star Wars characters The Mandalorian, Cara Dune and 2 Klatooinian Raider minifigures to really get the action going. This 540-piece Star Wars model kit is ideal for kids aged 8+ and fosters both creative and imaginative play as they act out their favorite Star Wars battle scenes.

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from 'The Mandalorian' arrives in LEGO! It's odd that this has just been released by LEGO as a new Star Wars saga set, as we don't yet (at time of writing) have Disney+ here in Europe. However, having seen the official trailers I think we can expect some more sets soon! This is a really good set to build, I really like these walker models and how the legs go together. There is alot of detail on this set, which is not obvious from the box. For example, in the main 'power' section, we have paint-rollers doubling up as power conduits, and 'Indian Jones' whips as power couplings on the legs - great! The colour scheme is much more interesting than the standard Imperial units, with lots of brown, red, cream, green and gun-metal pieces used, giving the model a life-like 'worn out' look. There are two launchers hidden under the main cabin, with neat 'fire' buttons on the back. The cockpit section is cleverly put together, so that the angled look of the AT-ST is retained. Great how the cabin section rotates with screw on the back, looks really menacing! The figures are fantastic - we have the new Mandalorian figure, with a nicely detailed torso, with battle-scared armour, belts with pouches and a bandaleer. I like the gun-metal colour of the helmet, and it has the holes to add extra visor pieces. Not sure about the 'gun' - it's simply too big! There is no 'face' for this figure - probably because it's not revealled in the TV-series? 'Cara Dune' is a cool-looking female figure with a skin-tone that looks new. She has quite a bit of armour detail on the torso with a belt and pouches. She has 'angry' and 'relaxed' expressions. The two 'baddies' - Klatooinian radiers - have distinct costumes on the torso, with lots of fabric and jewellery details that look good. Both are angry about something! Gripes? Only two. Firstly, stickers - there are alot, and people always complain, but they do make the model. Second is just annoying. The twin cannon on the left-hand side of the model just falls off when you touch it. It can be remided with other pieces of course. I will change it in due course. Overall, great fun to play with, good selection of new charactors, nice details and colours for your own models later. Now - can we have the twin-engine Mandalorian ship?
Date published: 2019-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from More to come? To start, as of episode 2 we've yet to see the scene where this rebuilt walker takes place. Which makes it hard to really attach this set to the show as of yet. the build is fun, and great for play. my 7.9 year old is using it often enough to attack our Rogue One AT-ST. The minifigures look great but really wish there was a face for the mando. This being the first and only set and not wanting to spoil the show for us I understand why it's such a basic set. But now that the first episode has aired I'm really hoping for more sets to come with the same time and effort as other Star Wars titles. The title character's ship, his new Ugnaught friend, and a baby yoda (much like a baby groot) would be well worth the investment for Lego. ...and a green frog for the baby to play with.
Date published: 2019-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great lego toy I got this for my 7 year son who really enjoys the Mandalorian on Disney+. This was kind of difficult for him to put together himself and needed help from his dad. I also might add that he doesn't have lot of experience with Lego either so this is kind of new to him. It took a little while to put together but it's a great toy. My son is having a lot of fun playing with this and hoping for more in this collection. This has a lot of detailed pieces to this, very well made. Highly recommend to any Star Wars and Lego fan. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2020-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good but is recoloring of the Rogue One Design I like the product, but they could have made some more improvements to the original design rather than just changing the coloring. Still, I like the sets and I love the new figures.
Date published: 2019-10-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It was great! However, I have a same problem as some people have that both guns on the side were so weak. Easy to fall off.
Date published: 2019-12-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Review on Lego star wars Mandalorian AT-ST set This set is very fun and good to play with. But it is also a bit of a pain. I think that maybe the roof of the AT-ST would be a little bit more sturdy and connected more. The coloring on this thing is bad but they were going for bad so it is good. The characters are very good as well. I don't know if it's just my AT-ST but it is leaning on the red leg. Besides all of that it is a good set.
Date published: 2019-12-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A bit difficult My son who is on the spectrum really enjoys things he can put together. This lego set was a bit difficult but we worked on it as a family and it was a lot of fun. There is a lot of similar really tiny pieces which is what i think upped the difficulty level. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2020-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Descent Very nice set it is okay to play with and the minifigures are awsome.
Date published: 2019-11-20
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