Lego Star Wars Stormtrooper Helmet 75276 Review
Also, I must say that this is an official 18+ Lego set, which means that it is a Lego set for adults. However, from my experience, I found the building process pretty easy, so I believe that some older kids could manage to assemble this model without any problems too.
This Lego model features one of the most recognizable helmets in the universe. Stormtroopers were the first villains in the Star Wars galaxy. It is an instantly recognizable helmet design model with the iconic contrasting black & white color scheme. The final model is practical to display. It features a nice stand with a Star Wars Stormtrooper logo too.
The set consists of 647 pieces. Most of them are white and black. Also, most of the parts are the bigger ones, so it was quite easy to build. That’s why I say that I would recommend this Lego set for older kids too. It took me 1 hour and 45 minutes to complete the building. It also includes some Lego Technic parts that are hidden inside the construction of the stand (to hold the parts tightly together).
The final model is nice to display and beautiful to look at. It could serve as a nice piece of art on your home desk or in your office too. It also features every possible detail of the real Stormtrooper helmet that is highlighted with various special Lego parts.
As for the stickers, this model includes just 10 small ones. Anyways, they are not even necessary, as the helmet’s details are presented nicely with the Lego bricks. The instructions book has 122 pages and the whole background is black. This can be a little confusing, as the majority of the bricks are black but eventually, I didn’t have any problems with this. All parts are divided into 5 packs.
The helmet together with the stand measures 5“ (13 cm) wide, 7“ (18 cm) high, and 5“ (13 cm) deep. Overall, I can say that this would be an ideal gift for any adult Lego fan that likes the Star Wars movies too. For myself, this set as a gift would be a very nice surprise.
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