Picked up a nice like microfighters set today from the new line, set 752288.
The set is split into two with two different sets of instructions. Between myself and my daughter we did a set each. Took about 30 minutes to get them done.
Definitely recommend this set, nice addition to the collection.
Wow, came across this video showing every Lego Star Wars set in the archives. As a fan it’s amazing to see how they have changed over time.
I tend to get a couple of Lego Star Wars kits a year, when I saw the BB-8 larger model it had to go on my wish list. Well I must have been good because Santa brought me one this year.
This kit is one of the more tricky I’ve done and requires a bit of forcing! The main body is held together by an elastic band until you get all of the sides on so be prepared for some swearing.
Assembly took about 4 hours at a relaxed pace and aside from the above it’s a pretty easy one.
I’d guess that anyone over the age of 10 will be ok with this but might need a hand with the centre section of the body.
Once assembled it had a moving head and lighter opening. You control these via either side, spinning the disc on each side will move the mechanism inside to make the magic happen.
This is the first Lego I’ve had with a display stand. It’s actually pretty great and comes with a mini fig you can put just in front of your full sized model.
So overall if you are any kind of Star Wars fan then this is a must buy. As a Lego collector it’s not a complicated build so best if you are a fan of BB-8.
I love Lego, especially Star Wars ones and I was so pleased to receive the new BB-8. These come with the minifig and a stand to display it all.
I’m looking forward to the build and I’ll report back on it with a full review.