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VINE VOICEon 3 February 2008
Lego kick off their 2008 Star Wars series with a set from the Attack Of The Clones with kit #7670: Hailfire Droid and Spider Droid.
After the success of last years Clone Trooper and Battle Droid battle packs it's nice to see Lego continuing with new larger troop building box sets.
The set is an instant droid army and has 4 mini figures. There are two standard Battle Droids, like the ones from 2007's Trade Federation M.T.T., which have the arm with the upright grip and one Battle Droid Commander with a yellow body. Each one is armed with a blaster rifle. There is also a dark grey Super Battle Droid as well.
The next droid is the Spider Droid. A vastly improved and updated version from the previous release in 2005's Wookie Attack, it has more poseable legs, moveable antenna, movable forward cannon and moving eye scanners. It has a foot base of 7.5 sqcm, is 11.5cm from leg to cannon tip and stands 8.5 cm high to tip of antenna.
The kit is finished off with a Corporate Alliance Hailfire Droid. These antiaircraft weapon platforms have two upper mounted missile racks for dealing with enemy ships. The model has angled wheels with brown tread tracks (works best on carpeted floors!) and movable missile pods on each side. Each pod holds 4 red flick missiles. The droid measures 10 cm long, 13.5cm wide and 8cm tall.
The kit which is composed of 227 pieces, not including the figures and weapons and takes about 20 minutes to build. A excellent army builder and a must for all those Trade Federation fans out there. Lets hope Lego bring out a comparable Clone Trooper pack later in the year.
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on 4 August 2009
BOUGHT THIS FOR MY HUSBAND AT CHRISTMAS!! WENT DOWN A TREAT AND KEPT HIM OUT OF MISCHIEF FOR HOURS! GREAT COLLECTABLE TAKES A COUPLE OF HOURS TO PUT TOGETHER AND GIVES LOTS OF HOURS PLAY AFTER!!! WELL WORTH THE PRICE.
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on 13 November 2010
...and this one is great! You know you are getting quality when you buy Lego, and the Star Wars sets are just super. Hours of fun building and then keeps kids entertained for hours playing after. As usual clear instructions, and a few spare bits included.
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on 30 March 2010
Bought this for a friend who enjoyed playing with our star wars lego. For the money I think very small and not a lot to do when its made up. I suppose great as a decoration or to make up after seeing the films, otherwise doesnt mean much.
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on 8 February 2009
it is so hard to buy super droid it is a great value for money it looks good if you doo a battle scene with them underneath a clone ship fight. A Must BUY
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on 8 February 2009
Great present for my 5 year old son as he's had so much fun playing with it as well as building it.
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on 3 January 2016
The product is great and the speed of delivery was within time limit which was great as well.
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on 21 September 2014
Good
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