LEGO Star Wars sets are always pretty popular, but none more so than this Razor Crest set from The Mandalorian. It’s probably why it sold out pretty quickly when it was first available. Fortunately, Amazon is here to save the day.

LEGO Razor Crest and co. landed on a wooden table.
The Razor Crest charts an unknown, wooden, and flat planet.

As of this writing, Amazon is currently selling this Razor Crest LEGO set for a grand total of $129.99. Yeah, no matter how you look at it, it’s a pretty steep price. Given its rarity though, you’re definitely paying for a Star Wars collectible here. Even leaving the rarity aside though, there’s a lot more to this LEGO set than meets the eye.

The Razor Crest Lives Again!

Razor Crest LEGO set and box, with assorted stuff.
Now that’s a lot of LEGO.

The Razor Crest LEGO set contains a total of 1,023 individual pieces. It comes with 4 minifigures of the Din Djarin, Lando Calrissian, IG-11, and a random philosophical scout trooper. There’s also a mini-minifigure of Baby Yoda/Grogu, because no episode of The Mandalorian could be complete without the little guy.

A bunch of The Mandalorian minifigures, and one mini-minifigure.
When minifigures just aren’t small enough.

The Razor Crest LEGO set also comes with a bunch of features built into it. The blaster cannons are spring-loaded, and can fire LEGO blaster bolts from them by pressing a trigger on the upper wings. The cargo holds are openable from the sides (unlike the rear ramp access of the original), and can be used to store blaster bolts or minifigures. One cargo hold even has carbonite elements in it, so you can pretend to freeze a poor minifigure.

Din Djarin in the Razor Crest's carbonite hold.
“Hmm, locked myself in again.”

The escape pod on the dorsal surface of the Razor Crest is detachable. The cockpit is also openable as well. There’s even room in there for 2 minifigures, so you can put any combination of minifigures in there. You know, for your standard LEGO roleplaying.

The Razor Crest LEGO set with its cockpit open.
“Uh, are we supposed to do this in space?”


Amazon is currently selling this rare and collectible Razor Crest LEGO set for $130. It’ll take a huge chunk out of your wallet, so you have to decide if it’s worth it or not. With all the features though, this LEGO Star Wars set does look like it deserves a place on your desk. You know, where no Imperial cruiser can blow it up again.

Source: Amazon