Lego Reveals Massive 6,187-piece Mandalorian Razor Crest Set for $600

The model includes Baby Yoda and Mando figures, because of course it does.

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Lego Razor Crest set

Four minifigs, including The Mandalorian and Grogu (Baby Yoda), come with the Razor Crest set. 


Lego fans with a love for Star Wars and a lot of money and assembly time, you're in luck. On Monday, Lego announced the upcoming release of a 6,187-piece, $600 (£519,99, AU$931) construction set of the Razor Crest, the Mandalorian's ship from the hit Disney Plus series. Its four minifigs include Grogu (aka Baby Yoda), Mando, Kuiil and Mythrol, as well as a buildable Blurrg.

Baby Yoda from Lego Razor Crest set

The Razor Crest model comes with a Baby Yoda minifig.


Six hundred dollars is a lot on any planet, but granted, there's a lot here. The model is 72 cm long, 50 cm wide and 24 cm high. It includes removable engines and cockpit, an escape pod, and a mini figure-size carbon-freezing chamber. There's a stand and information plaque to display with it once it's built. It even appears to have that infamous shift knob that so fascinated Baby Yoda.

If you're sold on adding the ship to your homeworld, it's available for LEGO VIP members starting Oct. 3, and everyone else beginning Oct. 7 at www.lego.com/Razor-Crest and LEGO stores.

(Spoilers ahead.) The third season of The Mandalorian, which airs on Disney Plus, returns in February 2023. But the Razor Crest itself was destroyed by an imperial cruiser in the sixth episode of season two, so the LEGO model might be the only way to keep it alive outside of reruns.

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