Play at warp speed with Obi-Wan’s Jedi Starfighter With Hyperdrive!
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Speed across the galaxy with Obi-Wan’s Jedi Starfighter With Hyperdrive. This detailed LEGO® brick recreation of the ship featured in Star Wars: Attack of the Clones includes an opening minifigure cockpit, space for the R4-P17 Astromech droid top section and 2 stud shooters, while the large hyperdrive features 2 spring-loaded shooters, big engines, and a grab handle for enhanced play and quick release of the docked model. This impressive set also includes 3 minifigures and an Astromech droid figure.
Includes 3 minifigures: Obi-Wan Kenobi, Jango Fett and young Boba Fett with mini legs, plus an R4-P17 Astromech droid figure.
Features Obi-Wan’s Jedi Starfighter and a buildable hyperdrive.
Jedi Starfighter features an opening minifigure cockpit, space for the R4-P17 Astromech droid top section (with storage space for the torso inside the ship) and 2 stud shooters.
Hyperdrive features 2 spring-loaded shooters, big engines and a quick-release grab handle for enhanced play.
Dock the Starfighter with the hyperdrive and pull the trigger to release it again.
Grab the handle and zoom the model around the room.
Hyperdrive stands on any flat surface.
Relive exciting scenes in space from Star Wars: Attack of the Clones.
Jedi Starfighter measures over 3” (8cm) high, 11” (28cm) long and 4” (12cm) wide.
Hyperdrive with docked Jedi Starfighter measures over 10” (27cm) high, 11” (28cm) long and 12” (32cm) wide.
Jedi Starfighter™ With Hyperdrive is rated
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Rated 5 out of
HyperdriveAwesome set. Really fun to build despite the repetition of the hyperdrive. The ship is quite easy to build, while the hyperdrive can be challenging at some points.
It has a very nice, even genius, 'handle' & way to connect the ship to hyperdrive. While holding the 'handle' u can easily hold entire set to fly around, remove ship, or fire either springloaded shooter on hyperdrive. Ship itself has a nice spot to hold while flying w/o hyperdrive. Ship also has a spot for R4's body (as only his top is put onto ships wing for flying), and has spot for lightsaber & spare springloaded shooter ammo. Ship is very well done with 2 stud shooters and wings that can be flat or folded down a bit.
Come with great minifigs. Young Boba has short legs and either a upset/confused look or the best evil grin ever.
Jango comes with only one face but he has printing on his legs, a jet pack, guns, & blue helmet with visors & antenna thing-(I've also heard it called a rangefinder).
R4 is R2 with different colors, nothing too special, but nice to have an R4 figure..
Obi-wan has 2 faces, angry or worried, printed legs (just a few lines), & a blue lightsaber with silver hilt.
Overall great set & fun build. Highly recommended.
Date published: 2018-04-07
Rated 5 out of
'This is why I hate flying!'This model accurately portrays Obi Wan's Delta 7 Aethersprite Light Class Interceptor (to give the ship its full name) amazingly and is in my opinion one of the best Star Wars sets released.
The build is slightly challenging with interesting techniques used to get the shape right and is only slightly repetitive for the hyperdrive ring. The colour scheme is movie accurate and overall the model is very sturdy.
The ship has a good shape and the designers have added space to store Obi Wan's lightsaber underneath the wing and R4's body in the ship, which is very helpful. Extra details like the Republic insignia have been added through stickers. The stud shooters add playability but detract from the aesthetic of the ship.
The hyperdrive ring is a work of genius! This is the most time-consuming and repetitive part of the build but the end result is worth it. Spring loaded shooters have been included but they're nicely hidden. The mechanism that holds the ship onto the hyperdrive ring works well and there's no way for the ship to fall off.
The minifigures are standouts. The last time we saw Jango Fett was back in 2013 and this minifigure is an improvement with better colours. The young Boba Fett is brilliant with detailed printing and wears a malicious grin. Again he hasn't been seen since 2013. Obi Wan Kenobi is detailed with his pilot headpiece printed on his face. R4-P17 is Obi Wan's droid and completes the selection.
There hasn't been a Jedi starfighter like this in over 10 years so the model will look unusual in any collection. Overall this is an incredible set that I would recommend to Star Wars or Clone Wars fans as the ship appears in both. However the price is a bit more than it's worth.
Date published: 2017-07-17
Rated 5 out of
Great Set!This build was much like #7661, especially the hyperdrive ring. But I really enjoyed it and thought it was a bit more fun. The alternate faces on the minifigs are awesome too. I've been waiting for another Jango minifig since #75015. Worth the money!
Date published: 2017-06-01
Rated 4 out of
Bonus set!I love this set. I also missed the first Jango Fett mini fig so when I saw that he was available in this one, I didn't hesitate. He makes an awesome bonus! The hyperdrive ring is a huge bonus too compared to the first edition and the star fighter has a lot more detail. Makes a great addition to my Lego Star Wars collection. Now, please Lego, design a new edition of Jango Fett's Slave I and the space battle can be recreated!
I only have a couple nit picks though: in the movie, the star fighter detaches from the bottom of the ring, not the top. If we're going for accuracy here, the set could've been designed a little better. Maybe Lego could have also designed a new Kaminoan mini figure to go with the set too. After all, Obi Wan's and Jango's duel takes place at the Slave I landing pad. Also, maybe could have included an additional head for Obi Wan's body so that you could interchange his face without having his headset detail all the time.
All in all, awesome set!