Play out LEGO® Star Wars adventures with the Tatooine Battle Pack. This fun set features 2 Jawa minifigures plus a service vehicle with stud shooters and an articulated crane for picking up the included astromech droid. This LEGO Star Wars toy also includes a Tusken Raider minifigure, to keep any desert commander busy!
LEGO Star Wars set includes 3 minifigures: 2 Jawas and a Tusken Raider, plus an astromech droid.
Features a service vehicle with 2 stud shooters and an articulated crane to pick up the included astromech droid.
Weapons include 2 stud blasters for the Jawas and the Tusken Raider's gaffi stick.
Recreate your own desert-planet scenes from the Star Wars: A New Hope movie.
Service vehicle measures over 2” (7cm) high, 3” (9cm) long and 2” (7cm) wide.
Tatooine™ Battle Pack is rated
4.3 out of
Rated 5 out of
Mini Jawa sandcrawler.A nice easy build with some great play features that takes no time at all to put together.
Love the mini figures you get with this battle pack, the two Jawas have appeared before but you can never have enough Jawas. The Tuskan raider is a nice extra and an unnamed astromech droid.
Doesn't break the bank and has some nice simple features.
Date published: 2017-12-26
Rated 5 out of
Jawas and Tusken Raiders - What could be better?So I picked this set up as a "yeah, whatever" set to simply toss onto my massive LEGO haul this week, and I was pleasantly surprised. Although I could have built this in about 5 minutes, I wanted to savor the build, as I don't often buy myself LEGOs in vast quantities like I have lately. The build itself was nothing fantastic, it just looks like a Star Wars pickup-truck, but I was pleased that the crane worked well, and that the designers captured the shape of a sandcrawler in micro-form very well. (This could have very well been a sandcrawler microfighter.) The Jawas are cool, just really wish that they had come with tiny capes. The tusken raider was also cool, with neat details and a frighteningly-well molded head. The astromech is okay; I'm not a fan of the red head on the blue-detailed body, but it looks like a scrappy droid that the Jawas pieced together, so I guess it works. My astromech's head printing is a bit wonky (which is cool to me), but that was just in the luck of the draw.
Overall, this set is a great way to think outside the box for battle packs, as well as adding to a Tatooine MOC or just a desert scene. I hope they do more like this.
Date published: 2018-04-20
Rated 5 out of
GoodGood set because you get two jawas and a raider. The price should have been $12 though or included another figure. I don't think the droid counts for much. The paint on the Druid head is thin and looks bad. Overall I like it and needed it for the 3 figures.
Date published: 2018-02-04
Rated 4 out of
Small but charming little set.I bought this little set cause I love jawas and astrometric droids. The set itself was fairly easy to build. Got to love the little shooters it comes with. Also you get another Sandperson. Great, in my opinion, for creating armies.
The service vehicle itself is simplistic. An arm/crane that can attach to droid heads to pick them up. The arm folds and spins around. There are also 2 shooters on either side of it too.
Only downside was that it doesn't have actual treads, would've been a nice touch if it did.