Travel with Han Solo, Chewbacca and their friends with the LEGO® Star Wars 75212 Kessel Run Millennium Falcon. This LEGO brick version of the iconic Corellian freighter from Solo: A Star Wars Story features a 2-minifigure cockpit with detachable canopy, 2 spring-loaded shooters, sensor dish, ramp, rotating top and bottom laser turrets with 2 gunner seats, plus a detachable escape craft. This amazing Star Wars spaceship also features opening hull plates for easy access to the detailed interior, which includes a cargo area with couch and Dejarik hologame table, bar, bunk, missile storage compartment, and a buildable hyperdrive with repair tools. Buidlable toy also includes 6 minifigures and a DD-BD droid.
Includes 6 minifigures: Han Solo, Chewbacca, Qi’ra, Lando Calrissian, Quay Tolsite and a Kessel Operations Droid, plus a DD-BD droid.
Features a 2-minifigure cockpit with detachable canopy, 2 spring-loaded shooters, sensor dish, ramp, rotating top and bottom laser turrets with 2 minifigure gunner seats, detachable escape craft and opening hull plates for easy access to the detailed interior.
Interior includes a cargo area with 2 containers, navigation computer, couch and Dejarik hologame table, a bar, bunk, missile storage compartment, and a hyperdrive with repair tools.
Weapons include 2 blaster pistols, a blaster rifle and Lando’s blaster.
Also includes electrobinoculars.
Open up the hull plates and play out adventures from Solo: A Star Wars Story inside.
Play Chewbacca at Dejarik… but remember he's a sore loser!
Measures over 4” (11cm) high, 18” (48cm) long and 11” (30cm) wide.
Kessel Run Millennium Falcon™ is rated
4.6 out of
Rated 5 out of
I made it in 12 parsecs...My son, grandson and myself built this. MY son loves playing with it. For the most part, it stays together well. The gun turret on the bottom seems to come off quite easily though when he put mini-figures into the "gunners seat" that's not really a seat but anyway... Also the ramp that is used for egress is hard to get to and is kind of worthless and if you didn't know it was there, you cant tell. Like a few others have said, you cant seat or stand the mini-figures in all places you would expect and close the top properly. With all that, this was really a fun time spent with my son and grandson assembling this together. My son loves to play with it now that it is done. I do have to put a few things back together when hes done but that's OK. They are meant to come apart and be re-assembled. That's what LEGO's do!
Date published: 2018-05-07
Rated 5 out of
Chewie.... we're home!Fantastic set, most challenging one I've done, Also the bed you have to build just sort of slides around inside!
Date published: 2018-06-01
Rated 5 out of
Don't forget, Lego makes toys...This was a great build. I have only recently become interested in Lego again in the past couple years. This was my first large Star Wars set.
I have read some other reviews and I am not sure why the negativity. Last time I checked, Lego makes toys. While I know that there are varying degrees of difficulty on the many sets, they are made of plastic. I do not see any problem with any "gaps" or the ability to see into the Falcon as one reviewer described. I also am pretty sure that Han Lando didn't actually use this Lego version to do the Kessel Run.
This was a fun build with a beautiful color scheme. I love the Kessel Droid. It is a great set. Spoiler Alert: Star Wars sets cost a premium, and I have to say it might be worth paying.
Date published: 2018-04-23
Rated 4 out of
kessel run millennium falconAs this is only my second millennium falcon I can say the build is very similar to the force awakens model. That being said comparing the two the kessel run model has less open room in the interior than the force awakens model. And the design in my opinion of the detachable pod in the front of the model could have been built up a little more to allow a mini figure to sit in the pod with the top closed. If you wish to put a figure in the pod and close the top the figure must be laying down which I did not like for play ablilty purposes. As well as the four seats around the game table should have been made to recline like in the TFA model to allow more than two figure to be seated there and still have the top close or the sides should have been build up a little more to allow more room over head of the sitting figures. But over all it is a nice looking model with more stability for handling in the “wooshing” motions and being able to pick it up from the back and sides without fear of dislodging pieces. It was a fun build as always and a nice addition to my collection but a little pricey. Thank you