LEGO Star Wars TM Poe's X-Wing Fighter™ 75102

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LEGO Star Wars TM Poe's X-Wing Fighter™ 75102
MSRP : $119.99

Sale : $75.86
Sold & shipped by Walmart

Battle the forces of the First Order with Poe's X-Wing Fighter and the 75102 model of LEGO Star Wars Wolf 4. This customized starfighter is packed with a bunch of exciting features. It has four spring-loaded shooters, two stud shooters, a retractable landing gear and opening wings. These entertaining LEGO Star Wars ships include an opening cockpit with suitable amounts of space for a mini-figure and ample room behind for the BB-8 Astromech Droid. There is even a loader with a weapon rack, extra missiles, additional ammunition and a seat for a small figurine. These cool LEGO Star Wars toys are made from high-quality, hard plastic that is intended for durability. It comes complete with 717 pieces and will make a nice gift for 8- to 14-year-old children. So climb the access ladder, strap in and get ready to recreate your own scenes from The Force Awakens. This LEGO Star Wars Wolf 4, 75102 will provide countless hours of fun.

  • Build Poe Dameron’s signature X-Wing Fighter, featuring four spring-loaded shooters and opening wings
  • Featured in Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens
  • Includes Poe Dameron, Resistance ground crew, Resistance X-Wing pilot and a BB-8 Astromech Droid
  • LEGO Star Wars building toys are compatible with all LEGO construction sets for creative building
  • Measures over 4" high, 14" long and 12" wide with wings open, and over 3" high with wings closed
  • 717 pieces – For boys and girls between the ages of 8 and 14 years old

Tuan

Poefect X-wing build!

I love the unique color scheme of this specific X-wing and just how it looks overall. I think LEGO did a great job of designing this to look as close to the real ship as we can expect. The only minor complaint is the conspicuous blue rubber belts. I wonder why can't they just give us a gray-ish or black ones so it would fit in with the color scheme better.

OHMYGOSHOHMYGOSHOHMYGOSH

OH MY GOSH, COOLEST SET EVER!

ok, so I go to buy this set from Walmart and it is freshly sold out. I am a HUGE lego fan and I have always loved lego's sets. this is one of if not the best by far. the ONLY thing wrong is the bright blue rubber bands that take over the ships center purpose and put it to the back. now lets do a little remembering, the reble x wing can have the engine block pulled out and had an old torch trooper. now, this set compared with the hasbro version is SO much better for a few reasons, 1 the piolet accually fits in the lego one and 2 it has 2 proton cannons (stud shooters) while aslo having not 1 not 2, but 4 blaster cannons on 4 wings while the hasbor version has 1 AND ONLY ONE gun, the proton cannon. I have no modifycations for this set, it is already perfect.

NateJoeJ

Well done, LEGO!

This is a 'T-70 W-Wing', different than the 'T-60 X-Wing' in the original Trilogy. I find this set magnificent. My favorite feature is how it creatively splits the intakes on each wing straight down the center so that when the ship is not in attack mode, it looks like one enormous engine! LEGO did a fantastic job designing this set. At first, the orange and lack color scheme took me off guard. But I'm sure the white and red color scheme of the republic gunship took fans off guard as well! I have ground to really love this ship and believe it will become a very collectible LEGO model years down the road. I also really like the minifigures included, especially Poe and the other pilot. Their prints are very nicely detailed, and their helmets are composed of a very nice double-molding! The ship overall looks super sleek and magnificently honors the old X-Wing starfighter in a new twist. A must-have LEGO model for your collection.

Markeezy

Black is Back, Baby!

Growing up, I didn’t have the chance to purchase the original X-Wing lego set so when I saw Po’s X-Wing fighter, I said to myself, “Woah, ho, ho. I HAVE to buy this.” so I did and I regret nothing. I had a second chance to build an X-Wing and I am forever grateful for it. Build your own X-Wing. You won’t regret it.

GoldleaderR5

Poe's T-70 X-Wing

My son and I just finished assembling my latest LEGO Star Wars, Poe Dameron’s X-Wing (75102). I also had the opportunity to compare it to my 2012 X-Wing (9493). The build was well done and compares favorably to the older X-Wing. The build of the front of the fuselage was virtually identical. Poe’s T-70 X-Wing is slightly longer and the wing (S Foil) mechanism is different and, to be honest, improved. The part count – even when taking into account the maintenance truck and ladder – is about 10% greater, but this is mostly in the wing assemblies which are larger. I am not a fan of the spring-loaded missiles (unless integrated as on the U-Wing) and removed these, adding some “spare parts” to smooth out the structure. I would recommend this model. It is for builders of moderate experience and took us about three hours to complete – but we were in no hurry.