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Darth Vader™

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Feel the power of the dark side with posable Darth Vader™!

Item
75111
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Ages
9-14
Pieces
160

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<p>Prepare for intense play with Sith Lord Darth Vader™ with posable limbs, black armoured suit, fabric cape and a buildable red Lightsaber.</p>
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Feel the power of the dark side with Darth Vader™! This buildable LEGO® version of iconic Sith Lord Vader has all the details you’d expect, including fully posable limbs, black armoured suit, fabric cape and a buildable red Lightsaber. Harness the power of the dark side and prepare for intense action play!

  • Features fully posable limbs, black armoured suit, fabric cape and a buildable red Lightsaber
  • Grab your Lightsaber and prepare for intense battle!
  • Feel the power of the dark side!
  • Pose Lord Vader like never before
  • Sturdy and durable design for intense action play
  • Replay the final epic battle of Star Wars™: Episode VI Return of the Jedi with 75110 Luke Skywalker (sold separately)
  • Stands over 11” (28cm) tall

Darth Vader™ is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 22.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Force is Strong with This One There seems to be a bit of debate about these Star Wars build-able figures, but I think whether you like them or not they are very clever and well designed. The Darth Vader build-able figure is a very fun build. It's not 'normal' Lego, and is in the same area as Lego Chima. The build isn't too complicated and the instructions are clear and easy to follow. Once built the Sith Lord is very impressive and very imposing. The detailing is truly excellent, from his movie accurate head mould to the cape and red lightsaber, everything looks great. The proportions may seem a little odd - the head does look a bit small for the shoulders, but after a while you get used to it and it's not as noticeable. Many of the pieces are printed, including a piece that represents Vader's life support system. The cape is strong felt and the lightsaber is made from a rubbery plastic which means it's very durable for play. One of the great things about this model is the pose-ability of it. So many of the pieces are movable and posable. From the head, to the arms, legs and feet, and you can pose Vader in almost any position you want. This makes for fun role-playing and the ability to display Darth Vader in a pose of your choice. This model would make either a great display piece or would be super fun to play with as the possible Star Wars scenes you could re-create are countless. This is an awesome set and one I would recommend to any Star Wars fan!
Date published: 2015-10-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Join Me... OPENING (you can skip this part if you want): I had seen reports of these buildable figures months ago and had been eagerly waiting to get one since, so I was really pumped to see them all on the shelf. As it happens, my Lego Star Wars collection didn't have any Vaders in any form at all (surprising, huh?); thus I plucked the Sith Lord off the shelf and made my way to the register. Below I deliver my thoughts: PACKAGING & INSTRUCTIONS: -The color scheme does feel very Final Duel-ish, and the way Vader curls his fist on the front side is reminiscent of the big Bespin scene (you know, when Luke has his own "nooooo"-scream session). -The instructions can be a little bit hard to follow, because there are a number of relatively similar-looking pieces in relatively similar-looking colors. Just take your time and you won't have any problems. -The box is made such that (with a little finagling) Vader will fit inside! The box itself isn't hard to deal with, either; at approximately the size of a tray of Oreos (sorry, I'm feeling a bit hungry right now), it should be pretty easy to slot into a bookshelf or closet or drawer for safekeeping-- or, for that matter, easy to hide from any kids hunting for the holiday stash. FIGURE: -Vader is very tall and imposing (and poseable). Builders will get the sense that they paid for something substantial; the traditional measure of value, the price-per-piece ratio, doesn't really apply/work in this context. -Vader's head mold is very accurate, though set against such broad shoulders it seems just a bit smaller than it should. -Tips, all pictured below: stick some of the pieces into Vader's back-- there are a number of Technic slots available-- and just cover the awkwardness with the cape; switch around two of the shoulder armor pieces to give your duelist a greater range of motion on the joint-- otherwise, armor may pop off during play; stick the neck piece through the big hole in the cape so the fabric looks more like a garment than a sail stapled to Vader's shoulder blades; use the little black slope pieces (my box had a few extra, and if yours doesn't you might have some from other sets) to cover up the tan Technic pins. CLOSING (you can skip this part, too, if that's what works for you): -If you haven't been able to tell, I've had a lot of fun with this product! In these figures, builders get the perfect blend of play ability and display ability. -I know reviews aren't supposed to talk a lot about price, but I bought this set at the Rockefeller Center Lego Store for a marked-up $32.99 (that's before factoring in New York City's hefty sales tax), which led to the 4/5 for the value. It's really more of a 4.5, though; I believe the designers had to work really hard to make this all happen and I was willing to pay for their time and dedication. Grab this set elsewhere-- S@H, for example; I mean, you're already here-- at $29.99 and you get a truly tremendous bang for your buck. -I'm hoping that Lego (Lego, can you hear me?!?) keeps going at least another full wave with these sets! FINAL COMMENTS: I hope all the effort and careful editing I put into this review (my first ever, by the way) will prove helpful, or at least a little humorous, to some curious prospective Lego Star Wars buyer out there! Even if you aren't really interested in the theme now, give this set a try and know that you'll have in your hands one of the most iconic science fiction characters ever. ~41stEliteGroup
Date published: 2015-09-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great set for putting on display in your living room
Date published: 2016-11-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from STAR WARS Darth Wader Purchase Review I got this guy the day it was delivered at the local LEGO store, pretty much awaiting it every day. The first thing that should bring an attention is his very well made head-piece, which really closely ressembles the head of a movie Darth Vader. His legs contain some parts I have never seen before. His torso also contains a few interesting parts, some of which have their proper imprinting (so no stickers). Aside from original parts, most of Vader's armor is made from Hero Factory - Invasion from Below vehicle parts. He also comes with a cape, which fits his tail. His limbs are very well made, but some of them have somewhat limited movement, notably 'hips'. Overall, these problems are really minor and 'ready for action' figurine looks awesome. Definitely worth the buy!
Date published: 2015-09-05
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