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Top 10 Best Lego Star Wars Sets Reviews UK

Compare Our Top 10 Best Lego Star Wars Sets From Our List Below

Are you a Star Wars fan? Have you ever dreamed of having all of the Star Wars merch to decorate your room? Your collection wouldn’t be complete without all of the Lego spacecrafts! Your collection doesn’t have to be made of only pre-made models, it can also be your very own Lego creations. Unleash your creativity with some of the best Lego Star Wars sets!

However, if Star Wars isn’t your thing, but is most definitely a certain someone’s favourite show, a Lego Star Wars set as a present would send them over the moon. Not only do they have something fun to build, they also have something cool to display afterwards! This will make all of their friends ‘ooo’ and ‘ahh’ (it’s just that cool).

If you aren’t much of a fan of Star Wars then perhaps a bit of ninja action might tickle your fancy instead? Ninja lovers need to disappear onto our best Lego Ninjago Sets page. Alternatively, you can always check out some Lego Technic sets and Lego Creator sets instead. You’re bound to find something interesting there! But you are also likely to find something that catches your eye right here on this page.

Our Top 10 Best Lego Star Wars Sets Reviews

1) Lego Star Wars Slave 1 Bounty Hunter Ship

Average user rating (4.8 / 5)

  • Features a rotating cockpit, and wings for flight and landing.
  • Has rotating dual shooters to defend the ship, and hidden underneath the side hatches are blasters to repel attackers.
  • Includes a display stand with an information plaque.
  • Also includes a cargo hold to place carbonite-imprisoned Han Solo in.
  • Weapons for Boba Fett (a special blaster pistol), the Bespin Guard (blaster pistol), and the Stormtrooper (blaster rifle).
  • Four mini figurines waiting for action: carbonite-imprisoned Han Solo, Boba Fett, Bespin Guard, and Stormtrooper.

Possible deal breaker:

  • This model is very fragile, if being played with.

With this Slave I bounty-hunter spacecraft (belonging to Boba Fett) from Lego Star Wars, you can re-enact Han Solo scenes from the classic Star Wars V Movie: The Empire Strikes Back. Remember when Han Solo was captured and frozen in carbonite? Yes, then precisely! While he is being kept in the cargo hold, Boba Fett and his crew (a Bespin Guard and a Stormtrooper) will defend the ship with their weapons and the ship’s weapons.

This ship can fend well for itself – with its rotating dual shooters to defend itself and once you slide open the side hatches, you will realise there is a blaster under each one. There is also a rotating cockpit and wings suitable for both flying and landing.

 

 

2) Lego Star Wars Poe’s X-Wing Fighter

Average user rating (4.7 / 5)

  • Piece together 717 pieces to create this model!
  • Fighter is installed with four spring-loaded shooters, two stud shooters, and the weapon loader, extra missiles, and ammunition boost the ship’s firepower.
  • Features retractable landing gear and opening wings, and an openable cockpit (which has enough space for a minifigure and a BB-8 Astromech Droid).
  • Includes accessories, such as two blaster pistols, three helmets, a spanner, a ladder, and a weapon rack.
  • Also includes three minifigures: Poe Dameron, a Resistance Ground Crew member, and a Resistance X-Wing Pilot, PLUS a BB-8 Astromech Droid.
  • Suitable for those between the age of eight and fourteen.

Possible deal breaker:

  • Four engines at the back aren’t secure.

Once you build Poe’s X-Wing Fighter, you can re-enact scenes from Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens. Defend the ship with the four spring-loaded shooters, two stud shooters, and boost the firepower with the weapon loader, extra missiles, and ammunition! This model features a retractable landing gear and opening wings, as well as an openable cockpit (which has enough space for a minifigure and a BB-8 Astromech Droid).

Poe’s X-Wing Fighter comes with three minifigures: Poe Dameron, a Resistance Ground Crew Member, and a Resistance X-Wing Pilot. Also included are several different accessories, such as: two blaster pistols, three helmets, a spanner, a ladder, and a weapon rack.

3) Lego Star Wars Imperial TIE Fighter

Average user rating (4.8 / 5)

  • 1685 bricks to connect.
  • Build and display one of the most iconic spacecraft of Star Wars history!
  • Open up the top hatch…
  • Includes an exclusive TIE fighter pilot minifigure with their blaster pistol.
  • Also includes a display stand and plaque providing all the stats on this fighter.
  • Suitable for those above the age of fourteen.

Possible deal breaker:

  • Build can become quite repetitive.

Now, you can build one of the most iconic starfighters in the galaxy: the Imperial TIE Fighter! It is recognisable from many classic Star Wars scenes, including the decisive battle that led to the death of the first Death Star.

The Imperial TIE Fighter comes with an exclusive TIE fighter pilot minifigure and their blaster pistol, as well as a display stand and an informative fact plaque, which provides all of the stats on this spacecraft.

4) Lego Star Wars Advent Calender

Average user rating (4.9 / 5)

  • Open up 24 doors, one door a day, and collect your Lego Star Wars themed gifts!
  • Several different vehicles, including The Ghost, Y-Wing, TIE Striker, Millennium Falcon, Stormtrooper transport, and more.
  • Seven different minifigures and an awesome holiday-themed figure.
  • Five weapons: three blaster pistols and two blasters.
  • Includes accessories, such as a wrench and a crowbar.
  • Suitable for those between the ages of six and fourteen.

Possible deal breaker:

  • Figurines aren’t as unique as previous advent calendars.

When Christmas is only around the corner, you know what that means, right? Advent calendars! However, these aren’t your regular advent calendars. Instead of opening a door for chocolate, you open doors for Lego Star Wars themed gifts! You can get a range of gifts, from vehicles like the Millennium Falcon to little minifigures like a Stormtrooper!

You can also get BB-8, or a mini Lego weapon like a blaster pistol or a blaster. There are also mini accessories, such as a wrench, a crowbar, or a sleigh! I guarantee you will find a Santa’s hat somewhere too… Can you find it?

5) Lego Star Wars: First Order Special Forces TIE Fighter

Average user rating (4.8 / 5)

  • Connect 517 pieces!
  • Features iconic design, an opening top and side hatches, two spring-loaded blasters, and a rotating antenna.
  • Includes weapons (three blaster pistols) and accessories (two helmets).
  • Also includes four minifigures: two First Order TIE Fighter Pilots, First Order Officer, and a First Order Crew member.
  • Striking colour scheme of black and red rather than the usual grey and blue.
  • Suitable for those between the ages eight and fourteen.

Possible deal breaker:

  • Wings aren’t securely attached to main body.

Piece together 517 pieces and you’ll have the First Order Special Forces TIE Fighter from Star Wars: The Force Awakens! It has a brilliant colour scheme of black and red, which is a nice change from the usual grey and blue of other TIE Fighters. This TIE Fighter features iconic design, an opening cockpit, two spring-loaded blasters, and a rotating antenna.

Along with the TIE Fighter are weapons and accessories, as well as four minifigures which can equip them. There are two First Order TIE Fighter Pilots, a First Order Officer, and a First Order Crew member. You can recreate suspenseful scenes from the movie with this!

6) Lego Star Wars Y-Wing Starfighter

Average user rating (4.8 / 5)

  • Includes 691 pieces.
  • Features retractable landing gear, an openable cockpit (which can fit a minifigure), dual spring-loaded blaster, rotatable guns, and a bomb-dropper, which can be controlled using the gearwheel.
  • Includes four (five) minifigures: a Y-Wing Pilot, Admiral Raddus, Moroff, and a Stormtrooper, also a Rebel Astromech Droid.
  • Weapon loader features an operating crane and ammo that can be detached.
  • There are also many weapons, such as four bombs, two blaster pistols, and a blaster. Moroff’s backpack is also loaded with elements to assemble his personal blaster.
  • Suitable for those between the age of eight and fourteen.

Possible deal breaker:

  • Some of the components are quite fiddly.

Recreate scenes from Star War IV to VI with the Y-Wing Starfighter! This spacecraft features retractable landing gear, and minifigure openable cockpit, two spring-loaded shooters, rotatable guns, and a gearwheel-operated bomb-dropper. There is also a weapon loader, featuring a crane and detachable ammo.

Along with this starfighter are also four (five) minifigures, as wells as weapons like the four bombs, two blaster pistols, and the blaster. Moroff also carries elements to assemble into his personal blaster in his backpack!

7) Lego Star Wars Millennium Falcon

Average user rating (4.7 / 5)

  • There is a total of 1330 puzzle pieces!
  • Streamlined spacecraft with amazing details, a detachable cockpit (which can fit two minifigures), rotating laser turrets (next to a hatch with space for one minifigure), and double spring-loaded blasters.
  • Plates of the ‘roof’ can be opened to reveal the excellent interiors, which features an intricate hyperdrive, holochess board, a hidden compartment, random boxes, and a space for ammo to be stored.
  • Included are six minifigures: Rey, Finn, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Tasu Leech and a Kanjiklub Gang Member, as well as a BB-8 Astromech Droid.
  • The six mini figures have assorted weapons, such as a blaster pistol, a silver coloured blaster pistol, a blaster, a gang pistol, a bowcaster, and a gang rifle.
  • Suitable for those between the ages of nine and fourteen.

Possible deal breaker:

  • Use of stickers is more common than use of printed bricks in this model.

The Millennium Falcon – one of the most popular ships in the franchise of Star Wars. Re-enact scenes from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, after piecing together 1330 pieces! Gaze in awe at the streamlined front, the incredible detail, and all of the ship’s installed weapons. Open up the roof’s plates and take a look at the interiors!

There are six minifigures, all of whom have assigned weapons. A silver-coloured blaster pistol, a blaster pistol, a gang rifle, a bowcaster, a gang pistol, and a blaster for Rey, Finn, a Kanjiklub Gang member, Han Solo, Tasu Leech, and Chewbacca. There isn’t a weapon for BB-8 Astromech Droid.

8) Lego Star Wars Clone Turbo Tank

Average user rating (4.4 / 5)

  • Includes 903 pieces.
  • Features ten rolling wheels that can be suspended easily to ride rough terrains, weapon turrets that can be rotated, spring-loaded blasters, an extendable observing post, two cockpits, and plates that can be opened to reveal the intricate interiors.
  • Includes electrobinoculars and a mini AT-RT, installed with a stud shooter and space for a minifigure.
  • Four minifigures: Luminara Unduli, Quinlan Vos, the Clone Commander Gree, and an Elite Corps Clone Trooper. There are also two Battle Droids.
  • Weapons include: two Lightsabers and four blasters.
  • Suitable for those between the ages of nine and fourteen.

Possible deal breaker:

  • Smaller than past models.

The Battle of Kashyyyk is underway and the Clone Army needs backup! Stand at your post, the observation spot, and look out for enemies. Shoot them from afar with the spring-loaded shooters, the weapon turret, and your weapons. Once they come close, take out the mini AT-RT to wipe them out! Running is always an option too, if you prefer – the all-terrain wheels won’t fail you.

9) Lego Star Wars Kylo Ren’s Command Shuttle

Average user rating (4.4 / 5)

  • A total of 1005 bricks!
  • Features an opening hatch, a storage at the back and bottom of the ship, two spring-loaded shooters, detachable weapon racks, as well as extendable wings.
  • Includes six minifigures: Kylo Ren, General Hux, First Order Officer, two First Order Crew, and a First Order Stormtrooper officer.
  • Weapons involved are two blaster pistols, a blaster, and Kylo Ren’s Lightsaber.
  • Accessories, such as four helmets and an electrobinoculars element.
  • Suitable for those between the ages of nine and fourteen.

Possible deal breaker:

  • Always in landing mode, but not flight mode.

Re-enact scenes from Star Wars: The Force Awakens with Kylo Ren’s Command Shuttle and the six minifigures included! Equip them with weapons and accessories, make sure they are ready for a fight, and make sure the ship is too. Control the extendable wings and use the weapon racks and storage to your advantage – don’t neglect them!

Open up the top hatch and prepare the spring-loaded shooters, a fight is about to begin.

10) Lego Star Wars Resistance X-Wing Fighter

Average user rating (4.5 / 5)

  • Includes 740 bricks to connect.
  • Features an openable cockpit with space for one minifigure, four spring-loaded blasters, retractable landing gear, detachable hyperdrive, and openable wings.
  • Building area features a crate, a toppling tower, and knobs to attach fire elements.
  • Includes three minifigures: Poe Dameron, Lor San Tekka, and a First Order Flametrooper, as well as a BB-8 Astromech Droid.
  • Weapons involve Poe’s blaster pistol and the Flametrooper’s flamethrower.
  • Accessories, such as a wrench, fire extinguisher, fires, and two helmets.

Possible deal breaker:

  • A repetitive build.

Recreate scenes from The Force Awakens or The Last Jedi! Position one of the three minifigures in the cockpit, while one of the other two attempts to put out the fire in the building area and the other holds on to the wings for dear life. So much could happen! BB-8 Astromech Droid is also there to experience it with you.

Equip the minifigures with their weapons, or a fire extinguisher, or a wrench… Just make sure they’re wearing helmets, okay?

Conclusion

While with many of these models, Lego claim that the suitable age is under fourteen, many of these products may be quite complicated for a child. Some can even be quite challenging for adults. Additionally, you are never too old to build a certain Lego product. If you’re looking for an extra challenging build, though, take a look at the third product, the Imperial TIE Fighter, or an all-time favourite, the Millennium Falcon, product number seven on this list.

Since Christmas is nearing, you might be thinking about all the presents you are going to give and receive, but have you considered an advent calendar? Instead of having a chocolate calendar, you could consider a Lego calendar! Take a look at the fourth product, the Lego Star Wars Advent Calendar.

Best of luck finding the best Lego Star Wars sets for you and happy Building!