Add a classic ship to your LEGO Star Wars collection with Yoda’s Jedi Starfighter. The diminutive Jedi Master’s craft of choice features folding wings, front-and-top-opening minifigure cockpit, space for R2-D2 behind and two laser cannons and spring-loaded shooters. This set includes a minifigure and R2-D2.
LEGO Star Wars Yoda’s Jedi Starfighter 75168:
- Age range: 8 to 12 years
- Includes a Yoda minifigure and R2-D2 figure
- Features folding wings, front-and-top-opening minifigure cockpit, space for R2-D2 behind and 2 laser cannons and spring-loaded shooters
- Open the cockpit, load up Yoda and R2-D2 and then fly to the stars
- Also includes Yoda’s Lightsaber and extra shooter ammo
- Measures over 2″ (7 cm) high, 5″ (15 cm) long and 7″ (18 cm) wide
- The thing I love about this set is that it is to scale to Yoda. The one thing I need people to know about this set is that it is a clone wars set. It could be a episode three set but in the very last episodes of Clone wars season 6 Yoda travelled to a planet in this exact vehicle. I don’t know why they didn’t classify it as a clone wars set but I’m pretty sure it is.
- This is totally awesome! Is must have for any Star Wars LEGO collector.
- I was excited for Yoda’s Jedi Starfighter when I seen it in the future sets coming out, so it instantly went in the shopping cart. When I got the set, I was surprised with the size of the box as I figured it would be just a little bigger than a micro fighter, but in reality it is a perfect size. Opening the 262 piece lego set box, revealed 3 individual bags, a small sticker sheet and the instructions. The mini figures that came with it where, Yoda and R2D2. Both figures look like rereleases but with updated colours. Building the set only took 22 mins as there are 4 wings to build and the cockpit. Building the wings was the only boring part as you had to build 4 of them and then put them together in bunches of twos. The cockpit was the most fun part of building it. As a completed ship, the star fighter looks good for the size, but also lacks some minor enhancements. For example, when Yoda is placed in the straighter, there is no place to effectively put the lightsaber. The extra missile also has no place to be put as well. Overall, this product is a must have for a star wars collector
- A good set for the price and definitely looks good alongside Obi Wan’s Jedi Interceptor. As for playability it has all the whistles and bells that come with the other Jedi interceptors. Not sure where this interceptor appears in the SW series or if it’s just a set from LEGOs imagination? The build is straightforward and only repetitive on the wings but that’s to be expected, although I do like the wings on this particular set. The body of the interceptor is quite bulky compared to the other two versions which is a bit of a disappointment because it doesn’t lend itself to being a sleek and manoeuvrable fighter Mini figure wise this set is ok, Yoda is well detailed and fits well into the cockpit although there isn’t anywhere to store Yoda’s lightsabre. I would have liked to see a different astromech droid because (outside of the Rebels series??) R2-D2 was never owned by Yoda! Although I can’t see how it fits into the SW timeline I do like the set and for the price it’s on the button.
- Found this surprisingly challenging as some parts of the ship were very intricate. Very enjoyable to build, although my lego scenes now look rather odd with Yoda battling Kylo Ren!
- An easy build, but with some great detail, and a joy to build. The small craft is quite close to its Clone Wars counterpart, and the Whills logos on either side of the cockpit are a nice addition. The fact that this set contains R2-D2 just sweetens the deal for me.
- Nice little set that was more than I expected for sure. The ship was more complex than it looks. Great set for the money I think.
- The Yoda Star-fighter is a great addition to the Jedi star fighters, its very cleverly built with a really good style. The set was very quick to build but its very solid and fits together well.