Lego Star Wars 75109 & 75107

Written by mummybird. Posted in Review, Review - Lego

At the beginning of September we were part of the #ForceFriday team that were helping to promote the New Star Wars Lego sets that are out in the shops to buy now. The launch day was Friday 4th September and the children were promised a parcel would arrive to the door before 9am. They were both really excited to see what they were about to receive and at 7.30am when they heard a knock they both ran to the door.

IMG_2479The postman handed over a very special parcel containing two Disney Lego Star Wars buildable figures that the children needed to make that day so I could post photographs across social media sites to help spread the #ForceFriday word. It did not take them long to get started, although Big Bird did step down from the challenge because she knew how much her little brother wanted to do it.

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Little Bird built Lego Set 75109 – Obi-Wan Kenobi and Lego Set 75107 – Jango Fett. They are both made of a Lego Technic range rather than a normal Lego brick set, they are both really easy to make and very sturdy characters when they are built. It took Little Bird half an hour to build both characters.

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These buildable figures are the height of an action man type doll, they are really well built and come with accessories to go with each individual character. Obi-Wan Kenobi  comes with a cape and a light saber and Jango Fett comes with two large guns.

Little Bird has had lots of fun with these characters, he enjoyed building them and loves pretending to fight with them. There is lots of different sets in the Lego Star Wars range, they range in price and size so there really is something for everyone.

You can purchase the above Lego Star Wars Figures for £19.99, prices may vary depending on where you shop.

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