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Bounty Hunter Speeder Bike™ Battle Pack

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Go bounty hunting with the super-fast speeder bike!

Item
75167
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16
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6-12
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125

Features

Go hunting with Dengar, Bossk, IG-88 and 4-LOM with their sleek Bounty Hunter Speeder Bike, with stud shooters, minifigure seat, backpack and blue elements, plus 5 weapons.

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Get Dengar, Bossk, IG-88 and 4-LOM on the move with their own custom Bounty Hunter Speeder Bike. With striking blue elements, 2 stud shooters and space on the back for a backpack, this speeder bike battle pack will send your LEGO® Star Wars adventures into overdrive!

  • Includes 3 minifigures: Dengar, Bossk and 4-LOM, plus an IG-88 figure.
  • Features space to sit a minifigure, 2 stud shooters, blue elements and a backpack.
  • Blast your way through any defense with the stud shooters!
  • Weapons include 4 stud blasters and IG-88’s blaster rifle.
  • Add some speed to your LEGO® Star Wars collection!
  • Measures over 1” (4cm) high, 2” (7cm) long and 6” (16cm) wide.
Bounty Hunter Speeder Bike™ Battle Pack is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 44.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 'We Don't Need That Scum!' Now although this set is based more around The Freemaker Adventures, it evokes The Empire Strikes Back through the minifigure selection. The speeder bike is fun even if it is oversized. It's quite like an Endor speeder bike but with a blue and grey colour scheme along with more weaponry. The best part of course are the bounty hunters! Bossk has a brilliant head mould and a good shade of yellow is used for his jumpsuit. IG-88 works very well with a battle droid body and printed head piece. Then there's the insectoid-eyed 4-LOM with very detailed printing and the use of metallic grey is perfect. Dengar is the most average and hasn't changed from his last release but rounds off the selection nicely. A great battle pack of bounty hunters but it would have been nice to see Zuckuss included and blaster pistols instead of stud shooters.
Date published: 2017-06-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This Is AWESOME addition to any Star Wars Lego Fan This toy though small is amoung one of my favorite Lego purchases and it is all thanks to the minifigures. Minifigures: These are what really sell the set as the minifigures are unigue and totally awesome. The fact that we get four awesome minifigures in a battle pack is absolutely incredible when we would be paying 10-15$ for each of them. Each of them are well detailed, come with a weapon, and Lego even gave us a new minifigure, 4-LOM. Having just gotten the new Death Star, these guys look great with it and really add a cool Bounty Hunter feel to the set. The Set: The set is very easy to build with no stickers so any Lego fan regardless of age and experience can totally build and have fun with this set. It is durable, can hold three of the four minfigures (it can hold four if you get creative), and it looks like a speeder that is desinged to do a lot of damage. Complaints: My only two complaints are that I wish that Lego would stop using the stud shooters as weapons and used just normal blasters and that the speeder was able to hold all four minifigures. Both of these are fixes that anyone can remedy, but are just some things to keep in mind. Final Thoughts: This set is an absolute must have because of how much it contains for the best price ever and will be a great addition to anyone's Star Wars Lego collection. Among all the battle packs I have bought, this one is definitely my favorite.
Date published: 2017-07-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Lego finally did it!! This set is amazing, the bounty hunters were always rare and now you have a way to own most of them. The figures are great and well printed.....only criticism is no zuckuss but there is always future sets! The speeder is a cool little build also
Date published: 2017-07-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 4 Bounty Hunters in 1??!!!! Lego have currently one bounty hunter in existence and that is Boba Fett. There were many sets in the past which gave fans many different bounty hunters but as of 2016 there was only Boba Fett. As of Summer 2017, Bounty Hunter Battle Pack was released for ravenous fans to acquire 4 bounty hunters under $20! In the past, the bounty hunters included have been scattered across different sets which makes them even more expensive to obtain. The set comes with 4 minifigures, the usual for a Battle Pack and one build. Set: The build is a speeder bike which has a very unique and cool design. The striking dark azure splashes make the model very attractive. The front has two engine pods reminiscent of a pod racer. There is seating for one figure. The sides have two stud shooters as well as dual cannons providing the vehicle with a lot of firepower. On the back there is an exhaust outlet along with a brown backpack. Minifigures: 4 - LOM: The newest addition to the bounty hunter lineup. The head is a fantastic mold done in flat silver with copper used for the eyes. The eyes are covered with minuscule dark grey patches. The torso and legs are done in pearl dark grey with orange highlights. The torso print is very reminiscent of C-3P0. Bossk: His last appearance was in the Super Star Destroyer which is now a very expensive set so getting him in a cheap set is fabulous! The head mold is done in olive green, a very accurate colour, with teeth detail. The torso and legs are done in bright light yellow which is, imo, a cool and a rare colour. The details on the torso are cool but the legs finally have printing including the claw detail at his foot. Dengar: He is the same version that appeared in the Eclipse Fighter but I was reluctant to buy the set due to the price point and the non-canon theme of the Freemaker Adventures. The figure reuses the bandaged headgear as seen on the Clumsy Guy from Series 15. The face is similar to the last version but very detailed. The torso print is fine but the legs could use some print as well. He comes with a small build on his back to represent a backpack. IG-88: In a world of human assassins, who needs a droid anyways? However, this figure appeared like Bossk in the Super Star Destroyer which is a very expensive set so its nice to get in a cheaper set. The face print on 1x1 cylinder piece is new and exclusive and the rest are just common parts. All figures come with the usual stud shooter guns but IG-88 also comes with a rifle which is surprising. Overall: This is one of the best Battle Packs Lego has ever made. The figures are fantastic and this is the cheapest way to get any bounty hunter aside from the keychains. My only gripe would be that Lego should have included blasters and/or rifles for all characters not just IG-88 but thats a minor issue. Even the speeder bike is not bad. It has some nice parts tucked inside. All a person needs to make the scene from Empire Strikes back are the two $29.99 sets.
Date published: 2017-06-25
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