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Lego announces three new mid-sized Star Wars starship sets, coming this March

Lego Millennium Falcon 75375 set

Wish you had the Millennium Falcon sitting on your shelf but can’t justify the asking price of either of the current sets? Lego has revealed three new mid-sized Star Wars starship sets, including Han Solo’s iconic vessel.

After testing the waters with the Lego Star Wars Super Star Destroyer, Lego is releasing mid-sized Millennium Falcon, Tantive IV corvette and General Grievous’s Invisible Hand starship sets. Prices vary a little, but all three are well under £100 and look pretty impressive considering their size.

Here’s what you’ll get for your money. All three of these sets ship from March 1st, but you can pre-order them right now.

Lego Star Wars Millennium Falcon 75375

Lego Star Wars Millennium Falcon 75375
  • Price: £74.99
  • Pieces: 921
  • Size: 13cm long, 19cm wide.
  • Age: 18+

Lego Star Wars Tantive IV 75376

Lego Star Wars Tantive IV 75376
  • Price: £69.99
  • Pieces: 654
  • Size: 15cm long
  • Age: 18+

Lego Star Wars Invisible Hand 75377

Lego Star Wars Invisible Hand 75377
  • Price: £46.99
  • Pieces: 557
  • Size: 17 cm long
  • Age: 18+

The Millennium Falcon is the priciest of these sets, and the most complex at nearly 1,000 pieces. But it’s still a heck of a lot cheaper than the £700+ uber set or the £149.99 model. We were very impressed with the similarly-sized Lego Star Wars Super Star Destroyer (our review) and we have our fingers crossed these will be just as much fun to build.

In fact, we’ve got our fingers crossed for a third wave. We’d pay good money for a mid-sized Imperial Star Destroyer and Venator Star Destroyer. For now, though, you can pick these sets up from March 1st. We’d expect them to crop up in most good toy stores, but you can also pre-order these mid-sized Lego Star Wars sets right now from Lego’s website. Just make sure you’ve got a shelf clear, because this could be habit forming.

Written by Chris McMullen

After relegating my Lego to the loft, many years ago, I've regained my interest in these plastics bricks, partly because today's sets seem so, so much cooler than when I was a kid. Though I'm still reluctant to spend three figures on a single set.

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