|Product Dimensions||10.32 x 5.55 x 1.89 inches|
|Item Weight||1.12 ounces|
|Item model number||6332844|
|Manufacturer recommended age||6 years and up|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #1,934 in Toys & Games () |
|Customer Reviews|| |
4.8 out of 5 stars
|Release date||March 1, 2021|
|Mfg Recommended age||6 - 21 years|
Inspire young children to reimagine the Battle of Hoth from Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back and play out their own stories with this AT-AT vs. Tauntaun Microfighters (75298) building set. It features a quick-to-build, posable AT-AT Walker and Tauntaun construction models for the 2 LEGO minifigures to sit on. The Luke Skywalker and AT-AT Driver LEGO minifigures each have a stud shooter and an electrobinoculars element, and Luke also has a lightsaber for battle play. This fun, creative set comes with clear instructions so even LEGO beginners can build with Jedi-like confidence, and it combines perfectly with the Millennium Falcon Microfighter (75295). For over two decades, the LEGO Group has been creating amazing, brick-built versions of iconic Star Wars starships, vehicles, locations and characters. This building toy makes an awesome birthday, holiday or surprise gift for young kids to introduce them to this action-packed galaxy of fun.
I'm surprised that this set doesn't have any reviews yet but I'll go ahead and give it some notice. I'll be honest, at first glance, I didn't really pay much attention to this new set from LEGO. However, I watched a closer look at this and realized that I needed to have that Microfighter Tauntaun in my collection. The set is 205 pieces and rated for ages 6+. These are fairly simple builds so it shouldn't present much of a challenge for the 6+ age group. It comes separated into two numbered bags with two instructions manuals. This is great as it allows two people to build different parts simultaneously. The first manual is for the AT-AT + Driver and the second for the Tauntaun + Luke. Despite its "micro" size, there are a lot of details and playability with this set. The Tauntaun has moveable arms, tail, and strap with printed eyes. There are holders on the side for Luke's lightsaber and binoculars and a place for Luke to sit. It is truly amazing that it is fully recognizable as a Tauntaun and does a great job despite the low piece count. It is important to note that the Tauntaun has never appeared as a Microfighter, so it is new for this set. My daughter commented on how awesome the Tauntaun looked sitting on my desk. The Luke Skywalker included in this is interesting since it seems that Lego has done right by "Hoth" Luke. Prior versions of Luke on Hoth did not have his under-garment around his head. However, the Luke included in this set does and you can see in the pictures just how awesome he looks. As always, the LEGO printing is fantastic and nicely detailed. Luke features printing on both sides and has reversible facial expressions. The helmet is nicely detailed with a visor that is removable and can be placed on his face or on the top of his helmet. Lastly, Luke includes a stud shooter, binoculars, and his lightsaber. The AT-AT Microfighter included here is really fun as well. The head is fully poseable as are the legs. There are printed pieces for the control panel and on the front of the AT-AT's head. Despite how much I love the Tauntaun, the AT-AT is still just a blast to play around with and I can definitely see children really loving it. The AT-AT driver is nicely detailed and as expected from LEGO. The driver includes a stud shooter and binoculars. I'd like to add that this set had a decent amount of extra pieces. There were several extra studs for the stud shooters. I received an extra lightsaber hilt, visor for Luke's helmet, and a few smaller extra pieces. Overall, the set was a fun, quick build. I really like the detail and included Luke minifig and the Microfighter Tauntaun design. I'd say that at $20 it isn't a terrible value, but like many LEGO Star Wars sets comes in pricier than similar piece count LEGO sets. The two instruction booklets are a nice touch for couples, siblings, or parents and kids to build simultaneously. For LEGO collectors, the Luke minifig is well worth the price of admission plus that Tauntaun is just too cute!
Perfect for littler kids who don't mind having something simpler and with fewer pieces, but is still Star Wars. And Lego. My young son loves this set because he always wanted an AT-AT. And he likes the Tauntaun, now that he's got it. Sure beats paying a lot more money for the large AT-AT that he wouldn't have been able to handle and probably -- let's face it -- would have destroyed in short order. This one is a don't miss. Great for a birthday or some other special event.
I was needing to upgrade my toys here for my 5 year old grandsons who are outgrowing my current collection. I let them tell me what they would like and then kept it within $20 or so. Frankie is ecstatic with his choice - that's all that matters to me.
Super cute for little Star Wars fans. My 6yo absolutely loved it as an addition to his "playable" Lego collection.
Easy directions, great gift, better than legos when I was young!!!
My kids loved this set. They build mini Star Wars scenes and this set was perfect for the Hoth world. Too bad everything Lego costs more than they should.
Another great Lego Star Wars set
Love this micro fighter set with the AT-AT and Tauntaun. Great Luke Skywalker minifgiure. Good playable set for the younger Lego lovers too. Highly recommended.
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