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Darth Vader™ Transformation

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Bring Darth Vader to life at the medical bay!

Item
75183
VIP Points
19
Ages
7-12
Pieces
282

Features

Transform Anakin into Vader with this medical bay set, featuring a turning table, helmet applicator, Force explode function, 3 minifigures and 2 buildable droids figures.

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Recreate Anakin’s transformation into evil Darth Vader with this LEGO® brick recreation of the medical bay scene from Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith. This detailed set features a table with space for Anakin that lowers and flips to reveal Vader, Emperor Palpatine’s greatest creation. You can also slide his iconic helmet into position and, like he did in the movie, pretend to use the power of the Force to send the buildable droid and Lightsaber rack flying! This multi-function set includes 3 minifigures and 2 buildable medical droid figures.

  • Includes 3 minifigures: Emperor Palpatine, Anakin Skywalker and Darth Vader, plus 2 buildable medical droid figures.
  • Features a double-sided, raising table to attach Anakin and Vader, helmet applicator, Lightsaber rack and Force explode function.
  • Also includes 2 Lightsabers and medical tool elements.
  • Lower Anakin on the table, twist the handle and raise evil Lord Vader!
  • Push the applicator to place Vader’s iconic helmet into position.
  • Activate Vader’s Force powers to send things flying!
  • Measures over 3” (10cm) high, 6” (17cm) wide and 8” (22cm) deep.
Darth Vader™ Transformation is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 40.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 'Where is Padmé? Is she safe?' The last time a Lego Darth Vader transformation set was released was in 2005 when Revenge of the Sith came to cinemas. This set is an amazing improvement! It's an easy build with the most time consuming parts being the mechanisms for the play features. These work really well actually and it's very fun being able to slide Vader's mask onto his head. The room can be 'destroyed' with the push of some levers to replicate Vader's rage. The movie accuracy is very good although I think the medical table is a bit oversized compared to a minifigure. The medical droids are excellent and really detailed. I like how one 'hovers' by being on a transparent piece. The inclusion of the lightsabers adds some extra playability even if this feature isn't accurate - Vader only gets his red lightsaber some time afterwards. The minifigures are fantastic! Palpatine is typically evil looking with detailed printing on his robes - even the clasp of his cloak. The use of metallic grey to represent Anakin's cybernetic limbs works well and his expression matches that in the film: resigned to his fate. Finally of course is Vader with a cloth cloak and his helmet which comes in two halves. This set really captures an iconic moment in the Star Wars universe and is a must-have for any fan.
Date published: 2017-06-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Darth Vadar meets Snap-On! Unless you looked at the video, you wouldn't know that this is a new Darth Vadar mini-figure with two-piece helmet, so you can re-enact the end scenes from Episode III....(if you have UCS Imperial Shuttle...) or the scenes from Episode II when Admiral Piett comes to wake up Vadar... This set is a great build with lots of detail in the platform section, very neat and fun to use 'body-switch' section, and best of all a system to allow Darth Vadar's helmet to be brought down on to his head, after he has been 're-built' from Anakin Sywalker's battle-scarred body. Young builders might need some help with some of the smaller fiddly bits. For me though, the best fun is with the two medical droids. Both are really neat designs and come with a load of tools straight out of a Snap-On tool chest! Great fun to set up and muck about with. This is an excellent set at this price point (and only £13 in Argos when I bought it) as you have three updated, highly-detailed figures; Anakin post-Mustafar Emperor Palpatine, and the new Darth Vadar with two-piece (fantastic) helmet. Plus, you have three droids; a large medical droid with six arms, a unique humanoid-type droid, and a 'floating' droid sphere. I had alot of spares in my box as well, including lightsabre hilts, small light bricks and spare tools (wheel-brace - in a hospital?) Highly recommended for everyone young and old!
Date published: 2018-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Highly playable! This set looked interesting enough to give it a try even though I already had Vader and Palpatine minifigs from the Death Star Final Dual set. I did not regret this decision after assembling the set. The minifigs are obviously highly desirable with the two most famous Sith lords in the galaxy. Getting them together and in something this inexpensive is rare, so get them while you can! There is also battle damaged Anakin Skywalker ready to wear the full suit. The printing is very good on all three minifigs. Three buildable droids add to the character selection. They are easily recognizable from the film and come with some nice accessories. The set does a good job of faithfully recreating the medical chamber where Vader is fully converted into his mechanical form. The playable features include the ability to "change" Anakin to Vader, put the helmet on, raise up the platform so Vader can stand up, and simulate Vader's anger at some bad news, thus knocking the droids down. There are also two lightsabers provided. Perhaps the two Sith Lords could duel each other? Overall, this set is good for display value as it is a nice way to recreate the scene from the prequels. One could have a lot of fun with this set. It is definitely designed well and could have a lot of possibilities. We have already used it to place Boba Fett's helmet on him, and we will probably seek out other helmeted minifigs to "crown" them as well. A definite thumbs up on this one.
Date published: 2017-07-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A much needed improvement (Like Vader's armor) This set is a remake of a 2005 set, Darth Vader transformation, and builds well on it's predecessors key factors. By still including the Anakin/Vader turntable, and improving it by means of a relatively simple axl turntable, this set already acomplishes more than the original. Furthermore, I was pleasantly suprised by the inclusion of Emperor Palpatine, whose current tan variant is considerably rare. The minifigures in this set are aesthetically pleasing and enjoyable. Anakin skywalker is an improvement over the previous, 2012 version, being more movie accurate and slightly less... orange, whilst Vader, with his new and improved helmet, now coming in two parts helps to capture that gloomy face shot when his helmet is placed over his head. Palpatine is an enjoyable minifigure, being the same as his Death Star variant, and fx-4, the medical droid with many arms has been brilliantly redesigned. The major feature of the set is the actual 'transformation' and it is as effective as it is simple. The addition of the helmet 'placer onner' is very welcoming, as it adds more flair to an otherwise simple set. Overall, this set is thoroughly enjoyable and a must have, even if you get it just for the minifigure palet, and therefore I recommend you purchase it.
Date published: 2017-06-01
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