LEGO BOOST Star Wars: Droid Commander - 1177 Pieces (75253)

Model Number: 6251933
Web Code: 13640494


Give your child an intergalactic STEM experience with the LEGO BOOST Star Wars: Droid Commander. More than just a building toy, this set teaches kids to code and develop creative problem-solving skills through interactive play. It features three buildable Star Wars droids with more than 40 unique missions for virtually endless entertainment.
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  • 1,1777-piece set lets kids build, code, and interact with three different Star Wars droids
  • Suitable for ages 8 and up
  • Droids include R2-D2, a Gonk Droid, and a Mouse Droid, each with their own personalities and skills
  • Colour and distance sensor, interactive motor, and Bluetooth-controlled Move Hub bring the droids to life, one at a time
  • Buildable props include rocket boosters, a catapult, a cake shooter, a target, a colour decoder, obstacles, and more
  • Characters, locations, sounds, and music from Star Wars episodes I-VI bring the movie saga to life
  • Compatible with the free LEGO BOOST Star Wars Droid Commander app for selected iOS, Android, and Fire smart devices
  • R2-D2 measures over 20cm (7") high, 10cm (3") long, and 14cm (5") wide
  • Gonk Droid measures over 18cm (7") high, 16cm (6") long, and 9cm (3") wide
  • Mouse Droid measures over 14cm (5") high, 17cm (6") long, and 9cm (3") wide
Star Wars
Recommended Ages
8 Years And Up
Number of Pieces
Battery Type
Development Type
  • LEGO Building Elements

  • Could do better
    by jcat

    on December 1, 2019

    Once over the frustration of the App and navigating the build instructions, we were away. A great toy that my boys have enjoyed. Lego - Please please please can you offer a motor add on, along with the required pieces that will allow the 3 'droids' to be used simultaneously. At this price they should be included. Your imagery is almost misleading, showing all droids built, when this does not seem possible without three motors.

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  • good gift, fun toy, expensive
    by lego61

    on November 26, 2019

    This is a pretty decent set, but I'd probably describe it more as an "experience" than a typical LEGO set. Be sure to check the requirements, as you will absolutely need to have the right type of device to use the corresponding app that goes with the "experience". From there, it's a decently challenging build for kids. I'd probably say a kid in the 8-10-year-old range is a good fit, maybe even a bit older. This is not something to give your five-year-old (especially one who can't read yet) and expect them to just figure it out, no matter how "smart" the kid is. Once you are really into building and using the app, the droids that are built are pretty neat. Note that there's only one "engine" that all three droids must share, but you can build all the droids at once. For the Star Wars and LEGO fan, this is perfect. Unlike most sets, the droids can actually do something and be something to play with rather than sit on a shelf. That said, it is pretty expensive for what it is. Would be a great gift for the kid in your life, especially if you want to be the "cool aunt/uncle" :) [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

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  • Phew...
    by Dache

    on November 14, 2019

    This is a really challenging set to review. It's frustrating because the instructions were not as clear as normal sets we've done before and once completed it was pretty fragile. The app was also a pain to use. My son (age 7) lost interest before me and so I ended up putting it together. It's not the same type of set as other legos and I'd be hesitant to get anything else from this line. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

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