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LEGO Star Wars Imperial TIE Fighter 75300 Building Kit

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Model year 2021
Number of pieces 432
Educational objective Creative Thinking, Social Skills, Imagination Development, Problem Solving Skills, STEM

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  • Fans can build their own missile-shooting LEGO brick version of the iconic Imperial TIE Fighter (75300) and reimagine scenes from the classic Star Wars trilogy with this buildable playset
  • Includes 2 LEGO Star Wars minifigures: a TIE Fighter Pilot with a blaster pistol and a Stormtrooper with a blaster, plus an NI-L8 Protocol Droid LEGO figure for role-play adventures
  • The TIE Fighter features an opening LEGO minifigure cockpit and 2 spring-loaded shooters for action-packed play
  • Great for solo building or sharing the fun with friends and family, this set makes the best birthday present, holiday gift or surprise treat for creative kids and any Star Wars fan aged 8 and up
  • Measuring over 6.5 in. (17  centimeters) high, 5.5  Inches (14  centimeters) long and 6  Inches (15  centimeters) wide, it makes a striking display piece in any child's bedroom between playtime battles
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Kids can roleplay as the villains from the classic Star Wars trilogy with this cool LEGO brick version of the Imperial TIE Fighter (75300). Capturing the authentic, sleek design of an iconic starfighter in the Imperial fleet, it features an opening LEGO minifigure cockpit and 2 spring-loaded shooters. Role-play adventures There are also 2 LEGO minifigures: a TIE Fighter Pilot with a blaster pistol and Stormtrooper with a blaster, plus an NI-L8 Protocol Droid to inspire fun creative roleplay and storytelling. Star Wars action in LEGO style The LEGO Group has been creating brick-built versions of iconic Star Wars starfighters, vehicles, locations and characters since 1999. It’s become a hugely successful theme with an awesome assortment of toy building sets and the best gift ideas for kids and fans of all ages.


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Iconic starfighter for action play

This detailed, brick-built Imperial TIE Fighter is a great-value gift for fans of the classic Star Wars trilogy.

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WARNING! Choking hazard. Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.


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5.0 out of 5 stars Great value
By Raymond on 25 July 2021
For the price represents great value, perfect for kids to build and play. Compared to the 2018 Lego Tie fighter wings are smaller so as a result the overall model looks more stout and stumpy than the more agile looking 2018 version. This maybe why this version is more affordable with less pieces in construction. Good set for kiddies adults may feel a little underwhelmed
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Midgebear
4.0 out of 5 stars Imperialistic
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 20 March 2021
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4.0 out of 5 stars Imperialistic
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 19 March 2021
I bought this for The Boy as he is a big fan of the Star Wars Lego Franchise and particularly likes the Empire ships. He was thrilled to get it (seems 28 is not too old to give your mum a spontaneous hug!) and enjoyed the build overall.

However, there is just something that feels a little bit "off" about the finished model. I put it down to the wings they just look decidedly wrong somehow and neither of us can put our finger on what it is. I have seen MOCs of this model with a more angled, split wing and they look 100 times better so that is probably why this just looks lacking.

Like all Lego builds it is high quality with clear, easy to follow instructions and a the build itself is almost more important than the finished piece. The techniques are mixed up a little so it certainly keeps you on your toes and instroduced The Boy to a technique he hadn't used before - always impressive when that happens as we have a built A LOT over the last 12 months.

Number Of Pieces: 432

Approximate Price Per Piece: £0.08

Build Time: 45 Minutes
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Djilly L.
5.0 out of 5 stars Stabilize your rear deflectors. Watch for enemy fighters.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 17 June 2021
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5.0 out of 5 stars Stabilize your rear deflectors. Watch for enemy fighters.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 17 June 2021
We bought this affordable Tie-Fighter to strengthen and expand our Lego Imperial fleet. We already have a Von Reg Tie Interceptor and the Sith Tie Fighter but did not (yet) own the plain TIE fighter versions with the larger wings. Which leaves our Imperial forces at a disadvantage as our collection holds quite a range of Lego X-wing fighters. As such I’m actually looking to eventually get two of these.

This more price-friendly version is a little smaller in wing span than some of its predecessors (75211). Yet it looks quite good and is obviously excellent for play. Therefore apart from its wing-size and wing thickness, it is generally a good iteration of this ship. The ship has an opening hatch for the cockpit, but little other play features. Once again some awful spring loaded missiles are included (Lego fails to understand that kids rarely use these for play and that more often than not these shoot in a random direction and then get lost).
The mini-figure selection is above average. The Tie-fighter pilot is nice and I don’t mind to own more of them. The stormtrooper is a little bland, but a welcome pack-in as a troop-builder. However the imperial Ni-L8 protocol droid is the real highlight of the set, at least to me.
The built of this 683-piece set was pretty straightforward for my 7-year old Imperial technician, it took him about an hour that he split in 2 sessions. And there were no stickers that required my assistance.

Therefore similar to the 75301 smaller scale X-wing fighter this is nice set for the younger Lego Star Wars enthusiasts as well as a decent, inexpensive fleet-builder for others.
As always, Lego is of the highest quality as a toy, the instructions are clear, the bricks are super-durable, and versatile as they can be combined with other Lego sets to enhance the play experience.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Klasse Modell für Groß und Klein! Vitrinen- und spieltauglich.
Reviewed in Germany on 11 February 2021
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5.0 out of 5 stars Klasse Modell für Groß und Klein! Vitrinen- und spieltauglich.
Reviewed in Germany on 11 February 2021
<< Vorwort >>

Dies ist mein drittes Tie Fighter Modell von Lego, abgesehen von Mini- und Mikromodellen, und daher werde ich es mit den anderen Modellen vergleichen, auch wenn die 4+ Variante (75237) eine völlig andere Zielgruppe hat. Dieses Modell hier und sein Rogue-One-Vorgänger (75211) spricht natürlich auch den Erwachsenen Lego-SW-Fan an (AFOL).

<< Zusammenbau >>

Der Zusammenbau ist kurzweilig und die beiden Flügel sind natürlich völlig symmetrisch und baugleich. Keinerlei Schwierigkeiten und sehr zügig zu erledigen. Langanhaltenden, mehrstündigen Bauspaß kann man hier natürlich nicht erwarten für den Preis; das sollte man im Kopf behalten.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

<< Optik, Farben, Vitrinentauglichkeit >>

Der Tie Fighter macht optisch was her und taugt auch zum Vitrinenmodell. Das Äußere der Flügel ist dennoch detailliert, die Kanzelform immer noch schön kugelförmig.

Der senkrechte Übergang zum Flügel ist OK, aber keine Augenweide. Hier ist auch einer der drei größten Unterschiede zum großen 75211er.

Mich stören die dunkelgrauen Elemente ein wenig. Das hätte man genauso lösen können, wie beim Vorgänger oder aber den „Kugelstein“ in hellgrau beilegen können.

Die Größe des 75300er ist maßstabsgetreuer zu den Figuren als zu allen anderen Modellen. Außerdem passt er von der Größe besser zum 6206 Tie Abfangjäger und den diversen A-Flüglern und Vaders Tie (75150).

Es gibt keine Aufkleber, dafür vier bedruckte Teile und die drei bedruckten Minifiguren. Die Kanzel ist etwas einfacher bedruckt, als beim Vorgänger.

Es gibt keine Farbseuche!

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<< Spielbarkeit >>

Kurz und bündig: einwandfrei. Auch die kleinen können wild damit herumfliegen und die Tie-Geräusche immitieren. Das Modell ist recht solide und gut greifbar.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

<< Umfang >>

* Pilot mit kleinem Blaster
* Sturmtruppler mit großem Blaster
* Unwichtiger Droide (z.B. zweiter Strumtruppler wäre viel besser)

Im Vorgänger-Modell waren deutlich hochwertigere und besondere Figuren enthalten.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

<< Preis/Leistung >>

Ich habe meines für 30 EUR erstanden, also mit 25% Rabatt. Das lasse ich in die Bewertung einfließen. Volle Punktzahl bei 30 EUR.

Vergleich:
Lego 74300 - 432 Teile, 40 EUR UVP
Lego 75211 - 519 Teile, 70 EUR, UVP
Lego 75237 - 77 Teile, 20 EUR, UVP (Große Teile).

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<< Fazit >>

Ein gutes und solides Modell, das in keiner Sammlung und keinem Gefecht fehlen sollte. Klare Kaufempfehlung!

Der Trend zu kleineren und günstigeren Modellen ist für ein Basismodell, wie den Tie Fighter, ein echter Gewinn.

Bei 30 EUR vergebe ich fünf Sterne.

Man erkennt an drei Stellen schon deutliche Unterschiede zum (fast doppelt so teuren) Vorgänger:

1. die Größe
2. die Übergänge zu den Flügeln
3. Details/Form der Kanzel

PS: mein 6206 und 75211 sind leicht modifiziert.
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Dave B.
5.0 out of 5 stars Good addition to anyone’s Lego imperial navy!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 19 July 2021
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Muzbyraz
5.0 out of 5 stars Good value sturdy set
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 10 July 2021
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good value sturdy set
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 9 July 2021
Very good set, happy Son. He has bought so many over the years and sometimes you think that a particular set was not worth the money and your paying just for the brand but this one is an A star buy. Much bigger than expected! Also generally the smaller star wars models, when played can crumble or wings pop off but this one has with stood me being fired at around the house so far all evening. It didnt take as long to build as we expected, only 3 bags in this one but sturdy as owt!!
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