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LEGO - 'Sandcrawler™' set - 75220

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Item No. 1713001154

Recreate unforgettable desert-planet scenes with the LEGO® Star Wars 75220 'Sandcrawler™'. This rolling home of the Jawas features an opening 2-minifigure cockpit, steering tracks and removable panels that reveal a droid prison and articulated crane for loading droids aboard. The front ramp also flips down for offloading cargo and the buildable transport vehicle. Young merchants will love to play out Star Wars - A New Hope scenes featuring Master Luke and the Jawas, as they barter for a good deal. This fun-filled set includes 4 LEGO minifigures and 2 droids.

  • Suitable for age 9-14 years
  • Helps to develop imaginative play skills
  • Assembly required
  • Dimensions: 37.8 x 9.4 x 48cm
  • Weight: 1.683
  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months due to small parts

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'Sandcrawler™' set - 75220 is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Utinni!! I was really surprised to see this set released, and honestly not interested in it at first. But after seeing it at the LEGO store, I decided to pick it up. Really, how often do you get to pick up a Sandcrawler for a somewhat reasonable price?? The only other options prior to this one were the UCS, which were too expensive for most. This offers a really well designed set and play experience for a more attainable price. After building it, I'm very impressed. The build: This is a really nice build. Not overly hard, yet challenging enough that older builders will be entertained. Especially the tread mechanisms are quite intricate, and they look great when finished. Finished product: Its great! The finished product really comes out nice. I was surprised that the treads mechanisms actually work very well. Not only do they look great when finished, but it rolls very well across the carpet and will turn. The greebling on the top and back look really good. I might think this would be a compromise point on the cheaper set, but no. The interior in really nice too. Obviously, they can't pack as much in as the UCS, but they used the space well. There is a really cool computer setup on one side, along with a crane and view platform. The other side has an area where the droids awaiting sale can be put. The cockpit is pretty good too. The contols are nice looking. Minifigs: The droids are the highlights of the figs. RA-7 is really cool, and I don't remember seeing him before. His unique head mold is neat. R5-A2 is also a nice addition to any astromech collection and has a nice orange color. The Medical droid is a good fit. Nice sand color. Jawas are great. Not as rare as they used to be, but really can't have too many of them. Luke is an obvious choice for this set. Not too outstanding, but nice to have along. Cons: Really not much. The one thing I really would have liked to see is an Uncle Owen and maybe even Beru minifig. This could have been a prime opportunity to include them, but sadly it didn't happen. Hopefully we can get them in a more affordable set later on. Overall, this is definitely worth picking up. It's really well done, and they put a lot in for the price point. It has good play features as well. It's a unique set that stands out from the starships and other sets you may already have in your collection and a worthy addition. 9/10
Date published: 2018-08-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from It’s how much?! It’s not much cheaper than the old UCS sandcrawler but smaller, far simpler, and has way less parts. Yes there are licensing fees for SW sets, but this is ridiculous. My son is happy with it but doesn’t understand the concept of value for money. To discontinue a great set then replace it with a poor substitute is a disappointing move from LEGO.
Date published: 2018-08-13
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