LEGO Star Wars V-Wing Fighter
LEGO Star Wars V-Wing Fighter
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|CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.|
Sleek and fast, the V-wing can adapt to any situation it encounters. Position the wings and flaps in attack mode to protect Palpatine's shuttle from enemies. Or position the wings in flight mode to survey the area for intruders. Either way, the V-wing is ready to strike for the Republic. Includes Clone pilot and R4 droid. It includes 118 LEGO pieces.
|Product Length:||2.5 inches|
|Product Width:||5.8 inches|
|Product Height:||9.5 inches|
|Product Weight:||0.4 pounds|
|Package Length:||9.6 inches|
|Package Width:||5.5 inches|
|Package Height:||2.5 inches|
|Package Weight:||0.4 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 17 reviews|
Replica of a V-Wing fighter from Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
Good beginner building set for younger kids and also suitable for collectors
Includes one Clone V-Wing Pilot minifig
Comes with easy-to-follow illustrated instructions
|Average Customer Review: ( 17 customer reviews )
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45 of 47 found the following review helpful:
The most sturdy of the Lego STAR WARS toys Mar 20, 2006
By Leah Smith
My son, who is 5 1/2 is very into Star Wars and therefore, Lego Star Wars toys. He received quite a few as gifts for Christmas. Many of these are beyond his range and therefore were difficult to build, and most frustratingly, fall apart very easily (like the TIE fighter, Clone Walker, and Anakin's ship).
This ship is WONDERFUL for the younger set. My son built it with a little help (the directions are much clearer than on the other SW Lego toys) and was actually able to PLAY with it. If it does come apart a bit, he can usually put it back together himself.
All in all, remember to look at the age ratings Lego gives their toys - they are usually spot-on. However, if you are like me with a son who wants toys he isn't really old enough for, this one is your best bet!
18 of 19 found the following review helpful:
Bravo, a cheap Episode 3 set that is better than most Ep.3 sets. Jul 02, 2006
By Chase Martin
Let's face it, most of the Episode 3 sets weren't all that great. Some were, most weren't. Lego decides to end the Episode 3 line right now by introducing a $10 V-Wing. Now you may think that this is not the big bang to end Episode 3, but trust me, this set is better than most Episode 3 sets (quite possibly the best).
The V-Wing was another fighter for the Republic that was produced in mass numbers. I really like the design of the V-Wing because of its sleek shape and blunt nose. If you look at this set head-on, you can tell it will become the TIE Fighter(which it does). This set is surprisingly strong. I dropped it on the floor and nothing broke off. I give Lego points for that. The overall design is accurate to the movie except for one thing: the wings. The wings SHOULD be facing horizontally in landing mode and then vertically in fighting mode. It's only a small error, and you probably wouldn't care about it if you're not a star wars nut like me.
This set comes with one clone pilot and the head of an awesome looking droid. Note that I only said "head", not the whole body, which is really a shame. I would have liked to have the whole astromech. The clone pilot is the same as from the Arc-170.
So there you have it. This is a great set. Plain and simple. It works well and doesn't come at a high price either. This is great for army-building so maybe you should pick up a few. I know I did.
3 of 4 found the following review helpful:
A Must-have! Jan 27, 2008
If you are a Lego Star Wars maniac like I am or not,the V-wing is a must have! It is a lot of fun to play with and almost NEVER breaks.It comes with a cool clone trooper pilot and an R-7 droid. It has two big wings at the top and four smaller wings at the top and bottom. Both kinds of wings can move. There are also two large blasters and two little blasters. The large blasters are above the little blasters. It is not at all hard to assemble, and if you are new to Legos this is a good one to start off with. The only down part is that the clone pilot does not come with a blaster so you have to add one. But other than that, it is a pretty much all-around good set. I think it is one of the great ones!!
5 of 7 found the following review helpful:
Jedi Starfighter and Vulture Droid Jun 15, 2006
By Constance De Martino
This Jedi Starfighter and Vulture Droid will probably take 45 minuites to build if you're a average builder. The Jedi Starfighter
has really beutiful yellow colors and the flaps on the wings can go up and down. And it's not that fragile but the Vulture Droid...It's kinda easy to break if you're touching and playing with the wings and you'll be so ticked off when you'll half to re build the wings back onto the droid so that's why I usualy put the Droid somwhere safe and don't play with it, I only play with the Starfighter because it doesn't break all the time. So I suggest you get this really cool Jedi Starfighter with Vulture Droid.
4 of 6 found the following review helpful:
Small, but nice Jan 10, 2007
By Husam J. Alnajjar
If you are a star wars fan, then get it, because it is a nice addition to the collection that you already have. It is small but so is the price. I liked it, and my 7 year old did too. We had fun building it together. He was have some dificulties with some of the parts. But when he finished he was truely proud of wha he built. Now off he goes to fight with his brother ( He has Lego Star wars toys too). I wonder which one of them is going to the DARK SIDE........ :)
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