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LEGO Star Wars TM Millennium Falcon™ 75105

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One of the most iconic starships of the Star Wars saga is back, and it's leaner and meaner than ever before! As featured in exciting scenes from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, this latest LEGO® version of the Millennium Falcon is crammed with new and updated external features, including an even more streamlined and detailed design, detachable cockpit with space for 2 minifigures, rotating top and bottom laser turrets with hatch and space for a minifigure, dual spring-loaded shooters, sensor dish, ramp and an entrance hatch. Open up the hull plates to reveal even more great new and updated details inside, including the main hold with seating area and holochess board, more detailed hyperdrive, secret compartment, extra boxes and cables, and storage for spring-loaded shooter ammo. And of course no LEGO Millennium Falcon model would be complete without Han Solo and Chewbacca, as well as other great characters from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Activate the hyperdrive and set course for LEGO Star Wars fun! Includes 6 minifigures with assorted weapons: Rey, Finn, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Tasu Leech and a Kanjiklub Gang Member, plus a BB-8 Astromech Droid.

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One of the most iconic starships of the Star Wars saga is back, and it's leaner and meaner than ever before! As featured in exciting scenes from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, this latest LEGO® version of the Millennium Falcon is crammed with new and updated external features, including an even more streamlined and detailed design, detachable cockpit with space for 2 minifigures, rotating top and bottom laser turrets with hatch and space for a minifigure, dual spring-loaded shooters, sensor dish, ramp and an entrance hatch. Open up the hull plates to reveal even more great new and updated details inside, including the main hold with seating area and holochess board, more detailed hyperdrive, secret compartment, extra boxes and cables, and storage for spring-loaded shooter ammo. And of course no LEGO Millennium Falcon model would be complete without Han Solo and Chewbacca, as well as other great characters from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Activate the hyperdrive and set course for LEGO Star Wars fun! Includes 6 minifigures with assorted weapons: Rey, Finn, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Tasu Leech and a Kanjiklub Gang Member, plus a BB-8 Astromech Droid.
  • Build the famous Millennium Falcon, featuring detachable cockpit, dual spring-loaded shooters and detailed interior
  • Featured in Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens
  • Includes Han Solo, Chewbacca, Rey, Finn, Tasu Leech, Kanjiklub gang member and BB-8 Astromech Droid
  • LEGO Star Wars building toys are compatible with all LEGO construction sets for creative building
  • Measures over 5” high, 18” long and 12” wide
  • 1329 pieces – For boys and girls between the ages of 9 and 14 years old

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Ship measures 18 x 12 x 5 inches, Ages: 9-14, Millennium Falcon ship and gang from The Force Awakens, Includes 7 minifigures of Rey, Finn, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Tasu Leech, Kanjiklub gang member, and BB-8 astromech droid, The Force Awakens model is more streamlined and detailed design than ever before, Dimensions: 22.9 x 3.4 x 14.9 inches, Create your own scenes from the Star Wars: The Force Awakens movie, Weight: 4.4 pounds, Accessories include blaster, blaster pistol, silver blaster pistol, gang pistol, gang rifle, bowcaster, holochess board, extra boxes and cables, and hyperdrive controls, 1329 pieces, Millennium Falcon features detachable cockpit with space for 2 minifigures, rotating top and bottom laser turrets, turret hatch with space for 1, sensor dish, ramp, entrance hatch, main hold, secret compartment, and dual-spring loaded shooters
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LEGO
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LEGO Star Wars
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Star Wars
Model
75105
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Multicolor
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Top Positive Review
28 customers found this helpful
The Force Is Strong w/ This One
I have always been a fan of the Millennium Falcon and since the Apollo Saturn V was not available at the time, I decided to pick this up instead since I was in the mood for a build. I had previously built a Y-Wing and figured that at 1,300+ pieces, this would be a good intermediate build for me since I have never built anything that large. I had seen this kit on display before, and was not a fan of how the body of the ship was designed... those fears quickly dissolved once I started building, and saw how solid the design was as I built the ship. My one problem is that the "smuggler's hold" kept falling out. I solved that problem by using a few of the leftover extra parts to make a tighter fit. I've moved the model a few times since then, and the part has not fallen out. Problem solved. I also deviated slightly from the instructions in a few areas. Since I had a some left over parts from this and other builds, in the spirit of how the designers at ILM created the models for the original films, I did a little kit bashing on the exterior parts that open up, adding a little extra detail to the exterior. The other mod was: I had to put Han and Chewie in the cockpit, and because Chewie was too big, that took some work. I had to remove Chewie's legs and attach two little pieces under his body so he would stick, and I had to pry one of his arms off... but as a fan of the original films, there was no other way to set up the minifigs. All in all, this was a fun build, and I highly recommend it. Next stop, Apollo Saturn V...
Top Negative Review
9 customers found this helpful
Package resold - opened
Bought this, paid for it to pick up in-store. Took ONE HOUR to pick up something I already paid for. I get the item home. A few days later, I go to wrap it and noticed some damage to the side of the package. Thought it was damaged during shipping - no big deal. Day after Christmas, my husband and son prepare to put it together. Noticed it was taped shut. Opened it to find pieces in zip lock bags and no instructions. How do we know if we have all the pieces?! Who puts this on the shelf to resell?!?! Really?? Going to try to exchange today. I'm sure this will take me another hour to accomplish. Will never use pick up in store again. Horrible service!!!
Top Positive Review
28 customers found this helpful
The Force Is Strong w/ This One
I have always been a fan of the Millennium Falcon and since the Apollo Saturn V was not available at the time, I decided to pick this up instead since I was in the mood for a build. I had previously built a Y-Wing and figured that at 1,300+ pieces, this would be a good intermediate build for me since I have never built anything that large. I had seen this kit on display before, and was not a fan of how the body of the ship was designed... those fears quickly dissolved once I started building, and saw how solid the design was as I built the ship. My one problem is that the "smuggler's hold" kept falling out. I solved that problem by using a few of the leftover extra parts to make a tighter fit. I've moved the model a few times since then, and the part has not fallen out. Problem solved. I also deviated slightly from the instructions in a few areas. Since I had a some left over parts from this and other builds, in the spirit of how the designers at ILM created the models for the original films, I did a little kit bashing on the exterior parts that open up, adding a little extra detail to the exterior. The other mod was: I had to put Han and Chewie in the cockpit, and because Chewie was too big, that took some work. I had to remove Chewie's legs and attach two little pieces under his body so he would stick, and I had to pry one of his arms off... but as a fan of the original films, there was no other way to set up the minifigs. All in all, this was a fun build, and I highly recommend it. Next stop, Apollo Saturn V...
Top Negative Review
9 customers found this helpful
Package resold - opened
Bought this, paid for it to pick up in-store. Took ONE HOUR to pick up something I already paid for. I get the item home. A few days later, I go to wrap it and noticed some damage to the side of the package. Thought it was damaged during shipping - no big deal. Day after Christmas, my husband and son prepare to put it together. Noticed it was taped shut. Opened it to find pieces in zip lock bags and no instructions. How do we know if we have all the pieces?! Who puts this on the shelf to resell?!?! Really?? Going to try to exchange today. I'm sure this will take me another hour to accomplish. Will never use pick up in store again. Horrible service!!!
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The coolest hunk of bricks in the galaxy.

As I write this review, the awesome set sits next to me. there are many things I like about this set starting with... The Minifigures: Han Solo. This old version of Han is quite cool. As he said in the movie, It's a new jacket. Chewbacca. The Minifigure used in this set first seen in 2014. he's the same but with a new blaster. Rey. Her Minifigure is the same as the one in set 75099 Rey's speeder. Except she has a silver blaster pistol instead of her staff and no hood. Finn. For a rogue Stormtrooper, he looks cool in Poe's jacket. Tasu leech. there's not much to say about this Minifigure. Kanjiklub gang member. long name short say. BB-8. this cute astromech from star wars, the force awakens is built from two unique pieces made just for this ''brick-figure'' The Set: This set is quite bulky and looks really cool I would like to list all the features: The weapons. Han's pistol, Chewbacca's bowcaster, Rey's pistol, Finn's First order blaster, Tasu's flint lock style pistol,the Kanjiklub gang member's rifle and built-in weapons on the falcon (top-and-bottom cannons and two spring-loaded shooters). the model. It has a cockpit, a sitting area with a holo-chess table, the famous smugglers hold, the hyper-drive and the top-and-bottom cannons (as said above) thanks for reading! kingoffire6873 ;-)

Review of 75105 and comparison with 7965

Star Wars: The Force Awakens – LEGO Millennium Falcon 75105 review and comparison with LEGO Millennium Falcon 7965 I just built the new LEGO Millennium Falcon from The force Awakens Star Wars movie. It shares some design features from the previous LEGO Millennium Falcon 7965, but there are several updates, some of which are very nice! First, the mini figures: - Han Solo with grey hair. Great print on torso, both front and back and front of his legs. Head has two expressions (wry grin and slight panicked look – both are trademark Solo looks and well done). Han has his proper blaster with scope. - Chewbacca has an updated coloring which continues through his legs. Most interesting is his two-part crossbow which will now actually fire round single LEGO. - Finn has printing both front and back on his torso. His legs are solid black. His face has two expressions, serious and what I would call mad. He comes with what I would call a standard issue rebel blaster. - Rey has her desert clothes printing on front and back as well as her legs. She too has two facial expressions, serious and what I'd still call mad. Rey's gun is identical to Solo's but is silver in color. - BB-8 doesn't have much to share, it is two parts: a head and body. It appears BB-8 is also available in Poe's X-Wing (75102). All other mini figures are unique to this set. - Tasu Leech has printing front and back on his torso and the front of his legs. He also has two expressions for his face. His weapon looks like a flintlock from the 1800s. I'm sure in the movie it'll be a kick-butt throwback laser of some kind (as depicted on the box). - The last figure is a Kanjiklub Gang Member (apparent associate of Tasu Leech). He has printing on the front and back of his torso and the front of his legs, but only one facial expression. However, that one facial expression has a very cool looking eye patch and is very unique. His weapon reminds me of an 1800's flintlock rifle. Same or near same as Millennium Falcon 7965: - It is the same size as the LEGO Millennium Falcon 7965. - Cockpit pieces – Chewbacca is too tall to fit inside the cockpit. - Landing gear is the same. - Roof panels which fold open for play-ability (note: accent pieces are different). - Dorsal and belly turrets are slightly different but basically the same as both rotate and bend up and down. - The ability to place two characters “manning” the turrets is similar; however, lacking the “control levers” which the 7965 set has. - The six round “vent” discs on the top stern are the same and still use stickers. See criticisms from LEGO 7965. - Smugglers hold. - Entry hatch. - Blue exterior engine. - The sides creating the round appearance. New for the Millennium Falcon 75105: - New sensor dish to match movie, but sadly it uses a sticker. Also, sadly, it is not attached to a rotating piece but is fixed pointing forward with a hinge so it can pivot from side to side (about 70 degrees). - With exception of a 1x2 flat computer piece, all other computer pieces are stickers. - The interior has much more detail, including the Dejarik (holochess) board, and replacing the brown chairs are LEGO with stickers giving much more detail to the area. There are also a lot more things all over the inside of the Falcon this time around. - Addition of two spring shooters (one in each side of the bow) is an excellent addition. Much better than those flick-fire missiles in 7965. LEGO gives you one spare bolt, which I clipped inside the interior above the entry way. - Related to the spring shooters, the holes on the top of the bow are no longer stickers! Although the back two have black pieces under them, the forward two are real holes and are the means to fire the spring shooters. Very well done! - Chewbacca's bowcaster is now a two-piece weapon and has become a mini-shooter weapon. - And although I dislike lots of stickers, the stickers add a great deal of detail to both the exterior and interior (18 stickers). And, if they are expertly placed, will add a great deal of value to your set. On a positive note, LEGO numbered the sticker sheet so you know exactly which sticker the instruction is calling for. Thus far, I really like the set. There is a lot of play-ability and the set itself looks great. Comments: I wish Chewbacca could fit inside the cockpit. I will say this, replacing the cockpit is a pain. There are only four connecting points, but getting all four to connect takes a bit of patience. Not to mention, placing two figures in the cockpit makes it more challenging but can be done (minus Chewy). Since the cockpit is the same as 7965 the Chewy issue is not a new complaint. Also not a new criticism is the stickers for the disks on the top stern of the Falcon. It would be nice to have a retractable landing gear similar to the Shuttle Tydirium, but this is the same as 7965 and doesn't really affect play-ability. Although I'm not a big fan of stickers, they do add a level of detail not achievable with things like chairs. The Dejarik area is definitely a plus for this set and way ahead of previous Falcon sets. In fact, I would put it more in alignment with the Ultimate Collector's Edition Millennium Falcon. Admittedly, I'm not a big fan of the mini-shooters (since you will inevitably lose the small round LEGO); however, Chewbacca's two-piece bowcaster is actually quite cool. I also think the two spring shooters in the bow of the Falcon is a very nice addition. Using the holes in the top bow of the ship is very clever way of adding authenticity and play-ability to this set. Probably my biggest disappointment for this set is the sensor array. I really wish it had been a printed piece. But more than that, unless the movie proves otherwise, I wish LEGO had given us a rotating piece like the dish has in every other Millennium Falcon set. However, if the movie proves the dish to be accurate, then well done. I mean, it is not like LEGO had this dish sitting around from other sets. It is unique to this LEGO set only! For comparison sake: LEGO 7965 released 2011 for $139.99 US with 1254 pieces. Six mini figures from Star Wars IV: A New Hope. LEGO 75105 released 2015 for $149.99 US with 1329 pieces. Seven mini figures from Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens. One might argue if you have a Millennium Falcon, do you really need another one? However, I suspect these figures are going to be unique to this set. And you��re definitely not going to find a better Dejarik area in any other Millennium Falcon, not even the UCS edition, in my humble opinion. I hope this is feedback has been helpful for you.

She's got it where it counts!

Ever since I started building Star Wars Lego I have wanted to get and build the Millennium Falcon. I am so pleased I finally decided to buy it, because this was a very enjoyable build, and the finished ship looks fantastic! This is by far the largest Lego set I have ever built. There are nine numbered bags inside, plus a couple of those have small add-on bags with the same number. There is also an extra bag with oversize parts. The instructions were on the whole clear, but there were a few pages where it would have been helpful to have a red circle showing where the new pieces were to be added. I also forgot that some of the numbered bags had an additional, small bag and wondered why a piece seemed to be missing, until I remembered. In total it took me four hours to build the Falcon, over two days. There are six minifigures in this set, plus BB-8, which I think is plenty. All the minifigures are excellent in their design and attention to detail. They all come with a weapon of choice, and there were some additional weapons in the bags, too. I already had Rey (two!), Finn and BB-8, but I was really pleased to get Han Solo and Chewbacca. The Falcon itself has a very detailed interior, with sofas and the holochess table, beds, control panels, the hyperdrive, smuggler's boxes and more. There are two spring-loaded shooters at the front, and rotating laser turrets at the top and bottom of the ship. There is a small landing ramp and a secret compartment, where you can store items to be smuggled, or a minifigure. The only flaw with my set is that I am unable to attach the round disc at the front of the cockpit, no matter how hard I try. :( Pros: - Really fun to build - The finished ship looks fantastic - Great minifigures - Plenty of play features - Detailed interior Cons: - Instructions could be clearer in a few places - My cockpit front piece doesn't attach All in all I would definitely recommend this set to any Star Wars Lego fan!

The Force Is Strong w/ This One

I have always been a fan of the Millennium Falcon and since the Apollo Saturn V was not available at the time, I decided to pick this up instead since I was in the mood for a build. I had previously built a Y-Wing and figured that at 1,300+ pieces, this would be a good intermediate build for me since I have never built anything that large. I had seen this kit on display before, and was not a fan of how the body of the ship was designed... those fears quickly dissolved once I started building, and saw how solid the design was as I built the ship. My one problem is that the "smuggler's hold" kept falling out. I solved that problem by using a few of the leftover extra parts to make a tighter fit. I've moved the model a few times since then, and the part has not fallen out. Problem solved. I also deviated slightly from the instructions in a few areas. Since I had a some left over parts from this and other builds, in the spirit of how the designers at ILM created the models for the original films, I did a little kit bashing on the exterior parts that open up, adding a little extra detail to the exterior. The other mod was: I had to put Han and Chewie in the cockpit, and because Chewie was too big, that took some work. I had to remove Chewie's legs and attach two little pieces under his body so he would stick, and I had to pry one of his arms off... but as a fan of the original films, there was no other way to set up the minifigs. All in all, this was a fun build, and I highly recommend it. Next stop, Apollo Saturn V...

Awesome

This build was very cool. I loved building the set. It didn't take me long but I watched a couple Star Wars movies while building it. I won't go into detail about the set as there are a few who have done that and I completely agree with their write up. I do have more detailed pictures that you may enjoy. I did find that I was able to get Chewie to fit inside the cockpit with a bit of fiddling. *see picture* I will say that there was one piece missing but LEGO's customer service rocks and I'm sure they will be shipping out the piece to me soon :)

Fun to build. And to play with. A++++

Everything about this set is great. My only concerns about the design is the quad blasters and the satellite. The blaster could have been longer and the shield should have been a little more round shaped. My biggest concern is the price. For 180$, you could usually get a lot more pieces. Overall, I love it.

Terrific representation of the Falcon!

Greetings everyone! I don't normally take the time to write reviews, but I felt compelled after finishing this set. I completed this set a couple of days ago. I would say the total time it took me to complete it was about 6 1/2 hours. I am sure it could be completed quicker but I took my time and enjoyed each step. I am an AFOL and also a Lego Dad, and I feel this has been one of the best builds I have ever done. I did not buy any of the previous iterations of the Falcon, so this is my first and only experience with it, but I loved it. The build was challenging without being too complicated or tedious. I thought the build and design was ingenious. The implementation of pieces to get the look of the Falcon continued to amaze me from step to step. Of course I have always dreamed of a minifigure scale Falcon, but with that being unrealistic for me in terms of size and money, this was the next best thing. Out of the box came 9 numbered bags, and one unnumbered bag of pieces. The minifigures were all great in my opinion and suited to this set. With the limited information out about Episode VII, I'm not sure who the gang member and Tasu Leech are, but I'm sure they will make sense once we all see the film. We get some blasters here, and Chewie's bowcaster was really cool. It shoots round pieces out. The rest of the build was amazing. It began with the base floor of the Falcon, and continued from there. I could go on and on about the build, but I will just say it was amazing to see it all come together the way that it did. By the time I was finished I just had to sit back and marvel at it. It is a large set, and definitely stands out in my collection. The main play features are the hidden door to smuggle items (or minifigs!), the rampway to enter the falcon, the turrets (the topside turret flips up and you can fit two minifigs in there to arm the laser cannons), as well as the layout of the interior. There are two bunks, a Dejarik table, and what I like to call the command chair with a cool computer screen. I did have a couple of issues with the set, but not nearly enough to put a damper on my fun and excitement with this one. First off, I had some issues getting the cockpit pieces together. As others have stated, I had to apply some pretty serious pressure to get the pieces together, but once I got it together it stayed together. Secondly, I wished the landing gear was retractable. It is fixed in place, however you can pop them off and on for play if you wish. Also with the landing gear, for me it seems like they are not tall enough. I have the Falcon sitting on a hard surface, and the entry ramp doesn't open enough to really fit a minifigure through. I believe that if they were just one stud taller it could have fixed this. Its a small gripe, but one that kind of bothered me, but one that is also easily fixable by putting on a 2x4 piece on the end of each landing gear to make it taller. For me, these were the only issues I had. In closing, I would highly recommend this set to anyone, but especially if you are a Star Wars fan like I am. I loved every part of the build and am extremely happy with the finished product. My son is 5 and he loves it too. It may be a little on the expensive side, which seems to be the case with this wave, but even with the price I would say it is well worth it. I was lucky enough to find mine at Target and snatched it up. If you can get your hands on one you won't be disappointed! Great job Lego!

A Long Time Ago In A Galaxy Far Far Away...

STAR WARS SET: THE MILLENNIUM FALCON (75105) An incredibly enjoyable set, the Millennium Falcon is a must have for any fan of Star Wars. With many previous renditions of this ship in LEGO, the group really outdid themselves this time and the set is, in my opinion, the best non-UCS (Ultimate Collectors Set) version we have seen to date! THE MINIFIGURES: Seven minifigures, five awesome and two "eh, ok at least I have bad guys". Han and Chewbacca are by far my favourite, being the most detailed we've seen for these two so far, and also could be very sought after in the future. Rey, Finn and BB-8 are equally as nicely designed however there are cheaper ways of getting these figures in other sets as of this current time. I am not too keen on the pirate minifigures, as they are a bit lacklustre, and during the scene of the movie this set appears to be based off, there was a much cooler red-mask wearing group that I feel would have been a better option. However, I like the idea that they could become quite rare figures in the future due to their minor role in the events of the movie and the fact that we may not see them again. The figures are all nicely detailed with great choices of weaponry and overall are must haves for collectors and fans alike. PLAY VALUE: Very, very good play value, spending endless hours "flying" this ship around my house. Personally, I am not one for play functions on sets and I sometimes feel as though some detail is sacrificed for the addition of a flick fire missile. However I am delighted with the functions of this set! The spring fired missiles are built very neatly into the front end of the ship and they're firing mechanism is equally as neat. The secret cargo hold is also very well designed and I really like the idea of hidden play functions that take me time to discover. The set is also an excellent display piece (due in part to the hidden functions) and takes pride of place on its very own shelf in my room. THE FORCE AWAKENS: The set stays very true to that of the movie. Although on screen, very little has changed between The Force Awakens and the last time we saw the Falcon in Return Of The Jedi. I enjoy the new satellite dish and the subtle additions such as the cargo hold for Rey and Finn to hide in. I would have liked for the pieces to be printed, but the stickers provided were easy to apply and are accurate to the aesthetic of the movie. TL;DR: Overall incredibly happy and this Millennium Falcon, along with its minifigures, is one of the highlights of my LEGO collection and I would recommend getting this set before it disappears.

Solid build with lots of play features

I bought this set when it went on sale for 105.00 dollars. I think the set really works because it has a lot of play features, including several rooms for minifigures, moveable parts, a trap door, and more. It is also, I believe, a really solid build, meaning that LEGO really designed this set well and it is easy to play with and not worry about it falling apart easily.

Package resold - opened

Bought this, paid for it to pick up in-store. Took ONE HOUR to pick up something I already paid for. I get the item home. A few days later, I go to wrap it and noticed some damage to the side of the package. Thought it was damaged during shipping - no big deal. Day after Christmas, my husband and son prepare to put it together. Noticed it was taped shut. Opened it to find pieces in zip lock bags and no instructions. How do we know if we have all the pieces?! Who puts this on the shelf to resell?!?! Really?? Going to try to exchange today. I'm sure this will take me another hour to accomplish. Will never use pick up in store again. Horrible service!!!
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