LEGO Star Wars Imperial Light Cruiser 75315
Build your own Imperial Light Cruiser from Star Wars: The Mandalorian Season 2. Open the hatch to check out the detailed cabin. Use the bridge as a handle to fly the starship. Launch the mini TIE Fighters and fire the rotating spring-loaded shooters. The set also includes The Mandalorian, the Child (Grogu), Cara Dune, Fennec Shand, Moff Gideon and a Dark Trooper with cool weapons for epic battles.
- Star Wars: The Mandalorian fans can recreate epic hero vs. villain battles from Season 2 with the first-ever LEGO brick-built model of the Imperial Light Cruiser (75315).
- Includes 5 LEGO minifigures: The Mandalorian, Cara Dune, Fennec Shand, Moff Gideon and a new-for-August-2021 Dark Trooper, plus a LEGO figure of the Child (Grogu), affectionately known as Baby Yoda.
- The starship features a bridge that doubles as a handle for flying, 2 rotating turrets with spring-loaded shooters, 2 mini TIE Fighters and a launcher, plus a hatch to access the cabin.
- Cool weapons and accessory elements include The Mandalorian’s Amban phase-pulse blaster and spear, Moff Gideon’s darksaber, 2 thermal detonators and electrobinoculars to inspire creative play.
- This awesome, creative building toy makes the best birthday present, holiday gift or fun treat for trend-setting kids and any Star Wars fan aged 10 and up.
- The Imperial Light Cruiser measures over 5 in. (13 cm) high, 22.5 in. (58 cm) long and 8.5 in. (22 cm) wide. It’s fun to build solo or with friends and makes an attention-grabbing display piece.
- Thinking of buying this 1,336-piece, buildable playset for a Star Wars fan who is a LEGO beginner? No problem. It comes with easy-to-follow instructions so they can build with confidence.
- LEGO Star Wars sets are great for creative kids and adult fans to recreate scenes from the Star Wars saga, play out their own fun adventures and display the collectible building toys.
- LEGO components meet stringent industry standards to ensure they are compatible and connect consistently – it’s been that way since 1958.
- LEGO bricks and pieces are tested to the max to ensure they comply with rigorous safety standards.