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Přidej do své flotily ikonickou Stíhačku Y-Wing. Nezaměnitelná loď aliance Povstalců byla důvěrně ztvárněna z LEGO® kostek a obsahuje spousty detailů, jako je zatahovací podvozek, otevírací kokpit pro minifigurku, otáčecí zbraně, dvojité pružinové vystřelovače a funkce ovládání shazování bomb pomocí kolečka. Tento skvělý model obsahuje také nabíječ zbraní s otáčecím jeřábem a dalšími náboji pro ještě napínavější hru. Obsahuje čtyři minifigurky a figurku droida.
Součástí jsou čtyři minifigurky: pilot stíhačky Y-Wing, Admirál Raddus, Moroff a Stormtrooper, navíc figurka astrodroida Povstalců.
Obsahuje stíhačku Y-Wing a nabíječ zbraní.
Stíhačka Y-wing obsahuje zatahovací podvozek, otevírací kokpit pro minifigurku, otáčecí zbraně, dva pružinové vystřelovače a funkci shazování bomb.
Nabíječ zbraní obsahuje pohyblivý jeřáb a snímatelné náboje.
Mezi zbraněmi najdeš čtyři bomby, dvě blasterové pistole, blaster a Moroffův batoh plný součástek ke složení jeho vlastního blasteru.
Ovládej jeřáb a zvedej náboje na jejich místo.
Otáčej kolečkem a shazuj bomby.
Tato sada nabízí zážitek z hraní a stavění vhodný pro děti od 8 do 14 let.
Stíhačka Y-Wing měří přes 7 cm na výšku, 41 cm na délku a 20 cm na šířku.
Nabíječ zbraní měří přes 8 cm na výšku, 17 cm na délku a 6 cm na šířku.
Rated 5 out of
A Blast from the Past!I am so glad to see the Y-Wing Starfighter once again made available! This is a really great set and is recommended to those of you who are fans of Rogue One or even the Original Trilogy.
The size and scale is spot on, and the detail and texturing on the fuselage is accurate and adds to the model. My only objection to the design is the spring loaded shooters. The rear end of the projectile pokes out from under the cockpit, and looks unrealistic. This can be easily fixed by removing the projectile altogether. The only other things are:
a) The gun turret has to be rotated out of the way in order for the cockpit hatch to open.
b) There is a hole in the back of the Y-Wing to load the "bombs" into the bomb bay. It can be fixed by placing a medium gray tile right over it.
Apart from these three things, this set is really good. I am very appreciative of the ammunition/cargo transportation apparatus, which looks really neat. Also, the minifigures, especially Admiral Reddis, look fantastic.
One thing that I hope Lego will do is come up with a new X-Wing. The A-Wing and Y-Wing were just released, and the B-Wing was just retired. But we haven't seen a X-Wing since 2012. The four iconic rebel fighters would look great on display together, so I hope that Lego decides to release a new X-Wing.
In conclusion, this is a great set and is recommended to all!
Date published: 2017-04-02
Rated 5 out of
Gold Leader!Of all the Rebel Ships the Y-Wing is my personal favourite and I felt it was time to purchase an upgrade, having previously purchased 7658 many years ago. I can't compare to 9495 but I can say this model is an excellent update.
The detailing is superb, particularly the clever use of battle droids bodies for detailing the fuselage. The engines are a bit repetitive but that is something I find standard on a Star Wars build due to the nature of the model's symmetry.
I can see from a play point of view this model looks fun with the bomb launcher. I've never been a fan of the missile launcher element and although I'm sure they are great for kids to fire at other models, when loaded they do spoil the look of this model. The crane is a nice addition.
The minifigures are great, the astromech is superb as is Moroff, although I find him an odd addition to the set as he was on Jehda and not part of the alliance, (Maybe he would have suited a set based on Saw's hideout). I'd say the same for the stromtrooper, the printing is excellent but I would have preferred a Rebel Trooper or Rebel Mechanic. My only dislike is the Pilot, it is great to have another Blue Jumpsuit version but the printing is exactly the same as the U-Wing pilot, an alternative helmet would have been better.
But apart from that, an excellent set.
Date published: 2017-01-25
Rated 5 out of
A Beautiful Representation of a Classic ShipA LEGO Y-Wing has always been a dream set of mine ever since I played LEGO Star Wars II. Thankfully, this set did not disappoint.
-The set is very large, putting it into good scale with the minifigures.
-The play features are well integrated. The loading and droppof the bombs works well and the placement of the spring-loaded shooters lines up with where the torpedo launchers are on the in-film ship.
-The small details are beautifully done, even to the point of being able to name them from an official diagram of the ship.
-It has landing gear. Just that makes it a win in my books.
-Apart from the pilot, astromech and Stormtrooper figures; the other two minifigs are kind of just there to be there. The Stormtrooper does just kind of hang around but at least he's there to fight the rebels. The white fuzzzy one I forget the name of isn't even in the Rogue One movie, yet is still a cool looking figure.
-It's a small inconsistency, but the Y-Wing is supposed to have a sort of X shaped cover over the end of the long thruster stabilisers to help the ship turn. Not a detrimental detail but I still felt I should point it out.
In the end, I couldn't be happier with this set. The only real issues I have are with extra stuff so thinking of the necessary parts, it's a downright perfect Y-Wing set that looks perfect next to my beloved U-Wing.
Date published: 2018-07-04
Rated 5 out of
Lots of upgrade potentialThe first thing I do after putting together (sometimes during) a set is think of ways I could make it better; or at least better in my eyes. I try to think of most sets as a prototype waiting on me to make it more complete. Everyone needs a hobby, right? Anyway, this set had lots of room for improvement. Not saying it's not a good set as is, it's a beautiful set. But, let's get to it...
Everyone who has this set knows that you turn the knob at the back, and it rotates the internal bomb racks. You slide in a bomb and keep turning until you get all of them in. Ugh, one just popped out of the bottom. Or you do happen to get them all in and you're flying and do a roll, then a bomb drops out of the top. So, that was the first thing I did. Add doors: one at the top, one at the bottom. Now you can spin that bomb bay to your heart's desire and it never jams, and never drops a high explosive. It took a little rearranging, but that's why Legos are so fun, right?
Next major upgrade was the turret. I took the liberty of adding "mechanics" for control of the turret, just behind the pilot. Does it really operate the turret? Nope, but looks better. I took the canopy section off for the pics, but it still opens like normal when in place.
Last major upgrade was to the cockpit. Added more flight control features and computer elements.
Minor adjustments was to the area where the droid hangs out in; raised him up just a little so I could see his shoulders from the side and his face from the front canopy. Also added some detail under where the droid sits. Removed the spring shooters and smoothed it out (it just didn't look right). And added a clear 1x2 brick just behind the canopy so you can more clearly see through it and see the interior turret base.
Hoping to upload some pics.
Be sure to have fun with those bricks and make it your own.