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LEGO Star Wars TM Darth Vader Transformation 75183

Model: 75183
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Children ages 7 through 12 years old will enjoy recreating Anakin's story with this LEGO Star Wars TM Darth Vader Transformation 75183. This set is from the medical bay scene from the popular movie. This detailed LEGO Star Wars 75183 set features a table with space for Anakin that lowers and flips to reveal Vader, Emperor Palpatine's greatest creation. One can also slide his iconic helmet into position and, like he did in the movie, pretend to use the power of the Force to send the buildable droid and lightsaber rack flying. This multi-functional LEGO Star Wars Darth Vader set includes three mini-figures and two buildable medical droid figures. Have fun building and creating scenes from the film, or create an original storyline. This LEGO Star Wars TM Darth Vader Transformation 75183 building toy is compatible with all other LEGO construction sets, so the user can add on to it and get creative.

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4.6 out of 5 stars
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Most helpful positive review
I've been really Looking forward to this set and it didn't disappoint. The Build was Fun and introduced some new CooL pieces in the process. The minifigs were super cool, even the buildable Droids were Awsome. The attention to detail was much appreciated. The play features were Cool, I especially liked the "force"feature to knock off the droids, but you need to take Care as they topple over easily. The Helmet feature was "Dope", a really nice Touch, but it also takes a little finesse to "lock on" to Darth's lava Stricken head, but getting it on is half the fun :P The Display Power of this little set is Awesome, I can honestly say I would rank this Set as one of my favorites next to the Cantina set, plus at this price point it's a Fun inexpensive way to Celebrate the "40th Anniversary of Star Wars". I highly recommend this set ...Thanks Lego!!

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Children ages 7 through 12 years old will enjoy recreating Anakin's story with this LEGO Star Wars TM Darth Vader Transformation 75183. This set is from the medical bay scene from the popular movie. This detailed LEGO Star Wars 75183 set features a table with space for Anakin that lowers and flips to reveal Vader, Emperor Palpatine's greatest creation. One can also slide his iconic helmet into position and, like he did in the movie, pretend to use the power of the Force to send the buildable droid and lightsaber rack flying. This multi-functional LEGO Star Wars Darth Vader set includes three mini-figures and two buildable medical droid figures. Have fun building and creating scenes from the film, or create an original storyline. This LEGO Star Wars TM Darth Vader Transformation 75183 building toy is compatible with all other LEGO construction sets, so the user can add on to it and get creative.
LEGO Star Wars TM Darth Vader Transformation 75183:
  • Includes 3 minifigures: Emperor Palpatine, Anakin Skywalker and Darth Vader, plus 2 buildable medical droid figures
  • LEGO Star Wars Darth Vader features a double-sided, raising table to attach Anakin and Vader, a helmet applicator, a lightsaber rack and a Force explode function
  • Also includes 2 lightsabers and medical tool elements
  • Lower Anakin onto the table, twist the handle and raise evil Lord Vader
  • Push the applicator to place Vader's iconic helmet into position
  • Activate Vader's Force powers to send things flying
  • Measures over 3" (10 cm) high, 6" (17 cm) wide and 8" (22 cm) deep
  • Age range: 7 to 12 years old
  • 282 pieces

Specifications

Brand
LEGO
Theme
LEGO Star Wars
Gender
Unisex
Character
Star Wars
Model
75183
Age Range
7 years
Assembled Product Weight
0.842 POUNDS
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
2.40 x 10.31 x 7.52 Inches

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Most helpful positive review
67 customers found this helpful
Very CooL....in a "Dark Side" Kinda CooL :)
I've been really Looking forward to this set and it didn't disappoint. The Build was Fun and introduced some new CooL pieces in the process. The minifigs were super cool, even the buildable Droids were Awsome. The attention to detail was much appreciated. The play features were Cool, I especially liked the "force"feature to knock off the droids, but you need to take Care as they topple over easily. The Helmet feature was "Dope", a really nice Touch, but it also takes a little finesse to "lock on" to Darth's lava Stricken head, but getting it on is half the fun :P The Display Power of this little set is Awesome, I can honestly say I would rank this Set as one of my favorites next to the Cantina set, plus at this price point it's a Fun inexpensive way to Celebrate the "40th Anniversary of Star Wars". I highly recommend this set ...Thanks Lego!!
Most helpful negative review
Destroyed Box
Walmart box said on outside, handle with care, box was not damaged. But holy smokes was the Lego box inside destroyed!!!
Most helpful positive review
67 customers found this helpful
Very CooL....in a "Dark Side" Kinda CooL :)
I've been really Looking forward to this set and it didn't disappoint. The Build was Fun and introduced some new CooL pieces in the process. The minifigs were super cool, even the buildable Droids were Awsome. The attention to detail was much appreciated. The play features were Cool, I especially liked the "force"feature to knock off the droids, but you need to take Care as they topple over easily. The Helmet feature was "Dope", a really nice Touch, but it also takes a little finesse to "lock on" to Darth's lava Stricken head, but getting it on is half the fun :P The Display Power of this little set is Awesome, I can honestly say I would rank this Set as one of my favorites next to the Cantina set, plus at this price point it's a Fun inexpensive way to Celebrate the "40th Anniversary of Star Wars". I highly recommend this set ...Thanks Lego!!
Most helpful negative review
Destroyed Box
Walmart box said on outside, handle with care, box was not damaged. But holy smokes was the Lego box inside destroyed!!!
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Very CooL....in a "Dark Side" Kinda CooL :)

I've been really Looking forward to this set and it didn't disappoint.

The Build was Fun and introduced some new CooL pieces in the process. The minifigs were super cool, even the buildable Droids were Awsome. The attention to detail was much appreciated.

The play features were Cool, I especially liked the "force"feature to knock off the droids, but you need to take Care as they topple over easily. The Helmet feature was "Dope", a really nice Touch, but it also takes a little finesse to "lock on" to Darth's lava Stricken head, but getting it on is half the fun :P

The Display Power of this little set is Awesome, I can honestly say I would rank this Set as one of my favorites next to the Cantina set, plus at this price point it's a Fun inexpensive way to Celebrate the "40th Anniversary of Star Wars".

I highly recommend this set ...Thanks Lego!!

Surprisedly Fun Build...

I have to say that I went into this not expecting it to be anything special...but it's actually kinda Fun Building this set even tho some parts were pretty much repeated...and compared to the original transformation set this one is 100 times better...my favorite feature is the helmet placing part...I was actually excited to finish it and reanact the scene from episode III haha...

I initially go this for the Minifigures cause I've never had an emperor palpatine and the new Vader helmet that's included in this set is a must have for any Minifigure collector.

The only small issue I have is that the part that hold the lightsabers and the probe on the right feels too loose.. it's supposed to be moveable but it just feels too flimsy and like it'll tip if you move it too much or something but it's really not a deal breaker ..just something I Thought I'd mention, Overall it's an Excellent build and fun to play especially if you're a fan of Vader.

Got this Set for Vader.

At First I got this set because I wanted to add Vader into my collection. Half way through the build I started to enjoy the build and realized the amount of detail this tiny set has. As i was finishing this set I started looking at the small well thought out movable parts. I really like how at the turn of the knob you can transform Anakin into Vader. I also like the detail you can bring down Vader's iconic helmet down to attach it to his body. Thanks again lego for such a great set. Keep them coming. I highly recommend this to a any builder that collects star wars. It's such a great addition to my ever growing collection .

'Where is Padmé? Is she safe?'

The last time a Lego Darth Vader transformation set was released was in 2005 when Revenge of the Sith came to cinemas. This set is an amazing improvement!

It's an easy build with the most time consuming parts being the mechanisms for the play features. These work really well actually and it's very fun being able to slide Vader's mask onto his head. The room can be 'destroyed' with the push of some levers to replicate Vader's rage.

The movie accuracy is very good although I think the medical table is a bit oversized compared to a minifigure. The medical droids are excellent and really detailed. I like how one 'hovers' by being on a transparent piece. The inclusion of the lightsabers adds some extra playability even if this feature isn't accurate - Vader only gets his red lightsaber some time afterwards.

The minifigures are fantastic! Palpatine is typically evil looking with detailed printing on his robes - even the clasp of his cloak. The use of metallic grey to represent Anakin's cybernetic limbs works well and his expression matches that in the film: resigned to his fate. Finally of course is Vader with a cloth cloak and his helmet which comes in two halves.

This set really captures an iconic moment in the Star Wars universe and is a must-have for any fan.

The best Star Wars set I have Purchest by far...

I have purchased hundreds of Lego sets but this by far has to be the best Star Wars set I've purchased ever (and I say this owning the death star) As for the price you pay you get and incredible line up of minifigures plus 3 brick built droids not even mentioned in the fig line up, you also are able to create one of the most Iconic scenes from star wars and as a collector of sets that look good on display all you need is a dark surface to put this set on and it looks incredible!

As for the build, it was surprisingly not too repetitive and uses some interesting bricks as well. With plenty of room to place minifigures. The set also is relatively compact as well so it won't take up any unnecessary space on the shelf.

The only thing if we are nit-picking that I felt could have made this set exceptional was an extra Vader helmet piece so that you could display Anakin on one side and then use the Vader fig for something else. But that said this is a tiny thing.

Overall if you like this scene from the films buy this set and if you don't like the prequel trilogy much but have not yet got a Vader fig, your not likely to find a cheaper way to get him anytime soon so I would pick this up just for that!

A much needed improvement (Like Vader's armor)

This set is a remake of a 2005 set, Darth Vader transformation, and builds well on it's predecessors key factors. By still including the Anakin/Vader turntable, and improving it by means of a relatively simple axl turntable, this set already acomplishes more than the original. Furthermore, I was pleasantly suprised by the inclusion of Emperor Palpatine, whose current tan variant is considerably rare.

The minifigures in this set are aesthetically pleasing and enjoyable. Anakin skywalker is an improvement over the previous, 2012 version, being more movie accurate and slightly less... orange, whilst Vader, with his new and improved helmet, now coming in two parts helps to capture that gloomy face shot when his helmet is placed over his head. Palpatine is an enjoyable minifigure, being the same as his Death Star variant, and fx-4, the medical droid with many arms has been brilliantly redesigned.

The major feature of the set is the actual 'transformation' and it is as effective as it is simple. The addition of the helmet 'placer onner' is very welcoming, as it adds more flair to an otherwise simple set.

Overall, this set is thoroughly enjoyable and a must have, even if you get it just for the minifigure palet, and therefore I recommend you purchase it.

Lord Vader... Can You Hear Me?

...Yes, my Master.

Let me start by saying whichever genius or group of geniuses who gave us this set deserve a pay rise.

This is definitely one of my favourite sets, if not my absolute favourite of all time.

I don't even know where to begin.

The value for money is perfect. The figures are perfect. The play features are irresistible even to me, a (sort of) mature 'adult'. The set looks incredible. There is so much thought put into this set, I just have no words that can do it justice.

The workings of this set are so beautifully simple yet ingenious. I've never had so much fun putting a helmet on a Darth Vader figure. Even Darth Vader himself would enjoy playing with this set, despite the horrible flashbacks it would probably give him. IT'S THAT GOOD.

Speaking of which, the figures are excellent. This was my first new-style Vader figure and he looks incredible. I will always appreciate old-school Vader but this young man is a welcome addition. Darth Sidious too looks brilliant, along with his contingent of medial droids, which are a nice balance of intimidating and sleek.

I can't recommend this set enough. If you are on the fence, BUY IT. If you're disappointed, I'll eat my hat.

Iconic moment...

That's really the main benefit of this set...it's one of the few iconic moments from the prequels. I was not a huge fan of the "scene" sets, but I have gotten to like them because most are iconic moments (mos eisley cantina, han being frozen in kryptonite, final duel, etc). The set is very simple and a bit repetitive since it's only a couple hundred pieces and most of the base is the same...still a nice addition to the overall Star Wars universe. I may add a circular base to further increase the overall prominence...as it is now, not very impressive with the rest of my collection.

Great Details

This is one of those sets I had walked by a few times and placed on the wish list but was in no hurry to purchase. Generally, I opt for vehicles rather than scenes as they display better IMO. It sounds silly but the details in the minifigs, most specifically Darth's two piece helmet, is what sold me on this set. REALLY cool using the rubber pieces to hold the helmet and make it look like it is mid-install. The injured Anakin is a great addition as well.

Overall, set is a nice little build with great mini's. I know some people would qualify the droids as extra minifigs and they are pretty neat, but definitely secondary to Darth/Anakin and E.P. (Although the tools included with the droids are very cools extra details.)

Dart Vader Disapointing

I bought it for the minifigs. The Emperor is nice, with its gold light saber, but I bought it for Vader. I was disappointed to find out that the head of Vader and the one from Anakin is exactly the same! Yes, it's the same guy, but they should have add some details on the Vader head. Something black at least because I can see its beige neck clearly, wich is not accurate at all... I prefer having a Vader with a complete black head instead of that cheap cosplay costume.

The set itself is nice, playable and there's uncommon pieces, wich is what I'm looking for!

Thanks for your review. We've designed this set so that fans can recreate the iconic moment where Anakin completes his transformation into a Sith Lord. Since it's all a part of the same scene, Vader does have the same head he had as Anakin. As for that bit of skin showing, it looks like your minifig is missing a piece! He should have a part that goes on above the cape but below the head, as shown on page 30 of the instructions. If you've checked the packaging and your building area and you're not seeing the piece, you can request a replacement by going to LEGO.com/Service and choosing the "Bricks & Pieces" option.

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