Lego Millennium Falcon Review
What is the Millennium Falcon?
The Millenium Falcon, from Star Wars, was flown by Hans Solo and Chewbacca in the fight against the Tie Fighters to save Luke Skywalker. It fired the final shot against the Death Star in Episode IV: A New Hope.
The Lego Millennium Falcon
Christmas 2011 was the year that I bought Sy a Millenium Falcon. We didn't see much of him that day, as he set straight out to build it! It took him about 6 hours to fully assemble. Bear in mind that he was 32 when he got it - he still loves his Star Wars Lego! Evidence that this product is great for adults and kids alike.
The Lego Millennium Falcon would be a great family project. Lego is good for creativity and the Falcon makes a brilliant christmas day project. The intructions are clear, but make sure that you check all the parts first. It is a good idea to separte the parts into bowls or cups, as there are a lot, and if it is not organised, it can get messy.
It looks so cool with Hans Solo and Chewbacca in the driving seats!
Reasons why I love this product
- Detailed and intricate compartments - the hull opens and you can see everything inside!
- Can be built in one day - approximately 6 hours for an adult, children may take longer.
- It includes 6 mini-figures: Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Ben Kenobi, Princess Leia and Darth Vader.
- Comes with weapons for recreations of attacks - missiles, canons, crossbows and light sabers!
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The lego Star Wars figurines can also be bought separately. Here's Chewbacca!
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