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#2360 SET REVIEW: 75375 Millennium Falcon

The new Starship collection is here! We put the 3 new ships to a vote on our story, and the popular opinion was to review the Millennium Falcon. We have to say, you were right to choose it! Follow us through this review to see why the Millennium Falcon is the best of the 3! 

Tips and Bricks #2360 SET REVIEW:75375 Millennium Falcon  The galaxy’s most famous scoundrel’s ship is here in its second midi-scale version! And we can say that even Jabba will want this one!  Image from the set extracted from the LEGO website, in the background is an image of white lines representing stars entering the hyperspace.  Our Score: 23 out of 25  74.99 Pounds, 84.99 Dollars, 84.99 Euros, for 921 parts

Cone 4 by 4 by 2 Hollow No Studs with Black Cockpit print, light bluish grey, 1 included. Brick 1 by 4 by 3 with R2-D2, Hologram Brick, '25 YEARS OF LEGO STAR WARS' print, black, 1 included. Plate Special 4 by 4 with Studs on One Edge with 'LEGO STAR WARS MILLENNIUM FALCON' print, black, 1 included. Tile Round 3 by 3 with Airlock print, light bluish grey, 2 included. Tile Round 2 by 2 with Conduits print, light bluish grey, 4 included. Tile Round 2 by 2 with Cockpit, Black Windows print, light bluish grey, 2 included. Tile Round 1 by 1 with White Quarter Circles print, black, 1 included.  Interesting parts: Slope 45 degrees 2 by 4 with 2 thirds Inverted Cutout and no Stud, light bluish grey, 2 included, new part. Tile Round 2 by 2 with Bottom Stud Holder with Fine Mesh Grille Print, light bluish grey, 2 included. Tile Special 1 by 2 with Sloped Walls AKA Money / Gold Bar (Ingot), dark red, 1 included, rare. Hose, Ribbed 7mm D. 18L, trans-light blue, 1 included, new recolour.  Parts in bulk: Wedge Plate 2 by 2 Cut Corner, light bluish grey, 31 included.  Plate Special 1 by 2 Rounded with 2 Open Studs, black, 23 included. Tile Special 1 by 2 with Sloped Walls AKA Money / Gold Bar (Ingot), light bluish grey, 23 included. Tile Special 2 by 2 Corner with Cut Corner - Facet, light bluish grey, 22 included. Slope 45 degrees 2 by 1 with 2 thirds Cutout (New Version), light bluish grey, 22 included.   Printed parts galore! It seems that the higher price tag paid off in this set. Compared to the other 2 Starships this one has no stickers and several prints! A new part and a recoloured part are also featured here.   Score: 4 out of 5 part selection.

Techniques:  To make for the angled sections of the ship, an impressive technique is used with both plates with clips and Mixel joints.  An image of the side of the ship shows two sections that are hinged to create the iconic shape of the ship. some zoomed details are present for better visibility of how the clips are connected.  The section under the plate holds both sides together when clipped to each other. They’re held strongly with the help of a headlight brick.  This set is brilliant! A Lot of crazy SNOT techniques with angled parts create the shape of the ship and strategically position bricks to give the necessary stability to the model, making it quite sturdy!  SCORE: 5 out of 5 for Techniques.

Techniques:  The rear section of the Millennium Falcon shows how the angled parts viewed from the top are connected.  The curvature from the top is made with wedge plates. The sides are connected and hinged with round 1x1 plates with handle.  Top and side views of this section are displayed to present the shape of the wedged build and how they are connected to the handles, an arrow connects the round 1x1 plates with handle from the first image to the clips on the second image. to create the shape for both the top and the bottom, 2 similar copies of this section are placed in the main build and connected to each other with clips too.  Even the sublight drive has an interesting technique with jumper plates.  image of the Trans-Light blue tube meant for the sublight drive energy, detailing how it's connected to the rest of the build.

Building experience:  You may think this set will be repetitive, but you are in for a surprise! This set has one of the most enjoyable building experiences in a Star Wars set, with almost no repetitions.  Image of a page from the instructions booklet showing an R2-D2 displaying a hologram with some trivia information.  3 Images of small sections of the build where 1x1 round studs are attached representing characters from the Star Wars saga.  Image 1: (Obi-Wan Kenobi and Luke Skywalker) Image 2: (Han Solo, Princess Leia, and C3-PO) Image 3: (Chewbacca, R2-D2 and C3-PO)  Packed with fun bits along the build, there are many surprises as R2-D2 explains what these studs are meant to represent.

Accuracy:  The more you spend time looking at these two images, the more you spot accurate details on this model. The Millennium Falcon has many irregular colours and paintings, and this model perfectly represents that. The use of advanced techniques and printed parted also helps a lot!   Arrows point out many details on the ship such as the docking port, Beam lamps, Sensor dish, Quad laser cannon, and Equipment access bay.  The Millennium Falcon was a YT-1300 freighter produced by Corellian Engineering Corporation: its assembly line was CEC Orbital 7, and its serial number was YT 492727ZED.  SCORE: 5 out of 5 for Accuracy.

Starship collection:   The newest style of midi-scale ships is officially here! Follow us through the brief history of these sets.  2020: The Nebulon-B was an exclusive set produced for the San Diego Comic Con to celebrate 40 years of Star Wars Episode 5.  Image of the Nebulon-B LEGO set.  2023: The Executor was also a standalone, to celebrate the 40 years of Star Wars Episode 6.  Image of the Executor LEGO set.  2024: In the year 2024, we were graced with 3 midi-scale ships.  Image of the Tantive 4, Invisible Hand, and Millennium Falcon LEGO sets.

Final Thoughts:  The price per piece is 9.2c, costing only $84.99, it feels almost unreal in the current day to get a set with this price. The fact that it’s the Millennium Falcon also makes for a great gift for both casual and hardcore Star Wars fans. If you’re considering getting this set, you certainly should!  Image extracted from the video available at the LEGO website shows the side of the ship on a small blue desk and a blurred bookshelf in the background.  This set packs not only an extremely fun experience to build but also a staggering display piece with several printed parts, and lots of interesting techniques but also a very attractive price tag for a 921 parts set, even with lots of tiny bits. A must-have for collectors!  SCORE: 4 out of 5 for Value for Money.

[Review products provided by the LEGO group, but all opinions are our own and honest - we don’t have to praise sets to keep receiving them.]


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