LEGO Star Wars: The Child - 1073 Pieces (75318)

Model Number: 6335619
Web Code: 14964246

LEGO Star Wars: The Child - 1073 Pieces

Overview

Bring the cuteness of Baby Yoda into your home with the LEGO Star Wars: The Child (75318) build-and-display model. The hugely popular little character from Star Wars: The Mandalorian is reproduced in authentic detail in LEGO style, with a posable head, ears, and mouth for different expressions. The set even includes Baby Yoda's favourite toy: a gear shift knob.
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Overview

Bring the cuteness of Baby Yoda into your home with the LEGO Star Wars: The Child (75318) build-and-display model. The hugely popular little character from Star Wars: The Mandalorian is reproduced in authentic detail in LEGO style, with a posable head, ears, and mouth for different expressions. The set even includes Baby Yoda's favourite toy: a gear shift knob.
  • Buildable LEGO model of The Child from Star Wars: The Mandalorian makes a great gift or a surprise for a special occasion
  • Posable head, movable ears, and adjustable mouth can create a variety of expressions
  • Set includes a gearshift knob element that can be placed in Baby Yoda's hand, an information sign, and The Child LEGO minifigure so you can set up a cute display
  • Suitable for ages 10 years and up
  • Measures more than 19cm (7.5") high, 21cm (8.5") wide, and 13cm (5") deep
  • 1,073 pieces are a joy to assemble
Type
LEGO
Collection/Theme
Star Wars
Recommended Ages
10 Years And Up
Number of Pieces
1073
Development Type
Creativity

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Manufacturer's Warranty - Parts
30 Days
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Of the 85 reviewers who responded, 85 would recommend this product.

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  • Mixed emotions
    Reviewed by LegoTaeki775 - January 20, 2021

    I received The Child as an anniversary gift and couldn’t wait to tackle another great Lego adventure. Throughout the build, there were moments where I wasn’t sure how it was all going to come together, which is really half the joy of any build! Upon finishing up the head, it dawned on me that he seemed “incomplete” somehow. After careful inspection, my vision was constantly drawn to the ears... that’s where it seemed a miss. Adding pieces to smooth the top of the ears would give him a more polished look; much like Yoda’s build...soon to be added to my collection. I would live to figure out which pieces would make this look better and more aesthetically pleasing.

    Review originally posted on LEGO

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

  • Absolutely fantastic final product
    Reviewed by Alex - January 3, 2021

    This set is amazing. The details, the posability, the displayabilty, and maybe even the playability are all stand out attractions. I only felt bored while building the last bag of the coat as it began to become a bit cumbersome to build in only one color, but my fears during the build process were washed away after seeing the build come together. A couple of the build techniques in the head were really nice, and the lifelike movements of the head are amazing. My only issues with this set come from the head, which looks somewhat squished, and the right arm, which should have been able to rotate. Other than those minor problems, this set is amazing and I highly recommend buying it.

    Review originally posted on LEGO

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

  • Eight bags. Eight episodes. Coincidence?
    Reviewed by AdamI - January 18, 2021

    This was a beautiful build and so much fun to do. I decided to do a bag with each episode and really space it out (which is very unlike me) but it became something of a ritual. Every week, the Child was forming himself in the show and in the Lego until he became the Grogu proudly atop my shelf. The build was very similar to the other member of his species. You build a central column, then fill in all sides with the head on top. Obviously smaller than Yoda, and without the lightsaber, Grogu's head is perched on a ball, so it can be rotated and his ears can move. There's a little more play with it than with Yoda, who only has adjustable eyelids. I'm really impressed with Lego for this design.

    Review originally posted on LEGO

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.


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