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These new LEGO Star Wars sets look amazing

These new LEGO Star Wars sets look amazing

These new LEGO Star Wars sets look amazing

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Three iconic sets are getting the LEGO treatment, including Luke’s Dagobah Tour and the Death Star.


Several new LEGO Star Wars sets are now open for pre-order, featuring iconic scenes from the series – including the Death Star’s Junk Compactor sequence, A New Hope’s trench run and Dagobah’s Jedi training. You’ll need a fair amount of time to put them together, as the smallest set contains nearly 700 pieces.

$60

The Death Star Trench Run Diorama is the smallest of the new collection at just 665 pieces. The scene recreates the tense scenes on the Death Star, including Luke Skywalker’s X-wing and two TIE fighters. Once these vehicles are put together, you will need to build the walls of the Death Star and attach a small plaque that reads “This vehicle is powerful”. Pre-orders are open now, and products will ship as early as April 26.

$90

It’s not the largest of the three sets, but it’s the most expensive. This 802-piece LEGO set features Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Princess Leia and Chewbacca as they struggle to survive in the iconic trash compactor scene from A New Hope. Outside the diorama, you’ll find R2-D2 and C-3PO trying to shut down the machine. The coolest feature of this set? Its walls are movable, allowing you to limit movement and push all your characters together. Pre-orders are open now, and products are expected to start shipping on April 26.

$80

If you’re looking to spend a lot of time building LEGO sets, this 1000-piece behemoth is the one to pre-order. Featuring Yoda’s hut in Dagobah, you’ll recreate the world’s swampy surroundings – the interior details of Yoda’s humble abode are astonishing. The set includes Yoda, Luke Skywalker, and R2-D2 figures, as well as a broken X-Wing. The finished clock measures nearly 12 inches long and sits on the same black display case as the other two dioramas in the collection, making it a great centerpiece for your shelf, office, or playroom.

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