With such a line-up increasingly growing and the threat of dust and damage ever-looming, it’s time to consider the best options for properly displaying the LEGO Star Wars Helmet Collection, in partnership with Wicked Brick. All four products featured were provided by Wicked Brick for review purposes – opinions and editorial remain our own. Click through any of the affiliate links on this page to support the work that we do at Brick Fanatics.
The UK-based display case and stand company specialises in bespoke, high-quality display case and stand solutions for LEGO sets of all sizes, with its large range of tie-in products for the LEGO Star Wars Helmet Collection a shining example of the sheer creativity and attention to detail that it can offer. Here’s a look at four must-have display products that it currently offers for these premium LEGO Star Wars helmet sets.
1 – Wall Mounted Display for LEGO Star Wars Helmets
Price: £13.99 / $18.26 / €16.61
A surprisingly simple yet strong display stand that can be mounted to the wall, Wicked Brick’s Wall Mounted Display is a stylish and unique way to quite literally elevate a LEGO Star Wars helmet. Although exposed to the elements – dust and all – the Wall Mounted Display is the most cost-effective way to separate such an elegant LEGO set from the riff-raff of the rest of your collection.
It is clean, secure and also quite wonderfully smart in design – notice how the bottom section of the display stand mirrors the black display stand element of the LEGO model? It’s not by coincidence and is an attention to detail that adds real, subtle style to this display option.
2 – Wall Mounted Display Case for LEGO Star Wars Helmets
Prices from: £33.99 / $44.27 / €40.54
Add a word to the product name and get a box! The all-round best display option for a LEGO Star Wars Helmet from Wicked Brick – and the first in this list that also offers protection from dust – is its Wall Mounted Display Case for individual helmets. We’ve taken a detailed look at this near-air-tight, sleek display case for good reason – there’s no nicer way to place such a beautiful LEGO set on display than in its own, protective, clear case.
The Wall Mounted Display Case is unique too for offering a selection of coloured backgrounds that are subtle in design and help to bring out the detail of the helmet inside.
3 – Dual Display Case for LEGO Star Wars Helmets
Prices from: £44.99 / $58.71 / €53.49
Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker, Boba Fett and the Mandalorian, a Stormtrooper and Scout Trooper – the LEGO Star Wars Helmet Collection is full of natural pairs that look great sat next to each other. That’s also where Wicked Brick’s Dual Display Case for two LEGO Star Wars helmets makes obvious sense. There is a symmetry and evenness to their presentation in a shared display case that is designed for nothing more than helmets that clearly belong together.
Unlike the Wall Mounted Display Cases for individual LEGO Star Wars helmets that screw the top, sides and base tightly together, the Dual Display Cases are assembled in a way so that the sides and top slot into the base, meaning they can be lifted off for easy access of the sets within. The slots are snug and recessed into the base so as to maintain maximum dust protection.
4 – Triple Display Case for LEGO Star Wars Helmets
Prices from: £55.99 / $73.06 / €66.56
What’s better than two? Three. Essentially, if you’re taken in by one LEGO Star Wars helmet, it’s likely to become two soon enough, and then from there three is an inevitability. For the consistent way in which these helmets are designed with the same black base to sit on and similar heights, they look fantastic lined up evenly in a row.
Wicked Brick’s Triple Display Case for LEGO Star Wars Helmets knows this and offers the ultimate way to do just that – these cases may cost more than a single LEGO Star Wars helmet does, but they offer protection and style for a sizeable collection of quality display pieces.
Wicked Brick’s display cases and stands are all made from acrylic Perspex plastic and are posted out worldwide fully protected in several layers of packaging, from each panel being individually covered on both sides with protective film, to then being flat-packed and taped together and then wrapped in bubble-wrap and additional packaging materials.
Display cases and stands require assembly using provided screws and ‘connector cubes’ that sit in each inside corner of the case. A screwdriver is not provided, nor are instructions, but our review for Wicked Brick’s Wall Mounted Display Case demonstrates the process.
All four products featured were provided by Wicked Brick for review purposes – opinions and editorial remain our own.