LEGO Star Wars 75292 The Mandalorian Bounty Hunter Transport available now

Fans can collect their bounty from the official LEGO online shop, where Star Wars 75292 The Mandalorian Bounty Hunter Transport is now available.

LEGO Star Wars 75292 The Mandalorian Bounty Hunter Transport, originally known as 75292 The Razor Crest, is available to buy now at The set introduces Din Djarin’s ship, which he uses to fly from planet to planet in Star Wars: The Mandalorian, to the LEGO line-up for the first time.

As well as including the Mandalorian himself, the set includes The Child – better known as Baby Yoda, along with Greef Karga, IG-11 and a Scout Trooper.

The 1,023 piece set is priced at £119.99 in the UK and $129.99 in the USA.

75292 Mandalorian Box

Here is the official product description:

Relive bounty hunter The Mandalorian and the Child’s battles against Scout Trooper and other enemies with The Mandalorian™ Bounty Hunter Transport (75292) LEGO Star Wars building toy for kids. This brick-built armoured transport shuttle features a cargo hold with opening sides that double as access ramps and carbonite bounty elements inside, a dual LEGO minifigure cockpit, spring-loaded shooters, escape pod and more authentic details to inspire creative play.

A challenging build for ages 10 and up, this 1,023-piece starship construction kit includes 5 collectible LEGO Star Wars characters, including new-for-August-2020 The Mandalorian and the Child LEGO minifigures. It’s great for role play and combines with other LEGO Star Wars sets for even more action.

A selection of new LEGO sets has launched today, including 75978 Diagon Alley, 75292 The Mandalorian Bounty Hunter Transport, 71028 Harry Potter Series 2, 75279 Star Wars Advent Calendar, 75981 Harry Potter Advent Calendar, 60268 City Advent Calendar and 41420 Friends Advent Calendar.

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