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LEGO Star Wars Boost Droid Commander 75253 Building Kit, New 2019

4.7 out of 5 stars 772 ratings

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Brand LEGO
Educational objective Engineering Skills, Creative Thinking, Problem Solving Skills, STEM
Item dimensions L x W x H 54 x 28.2 x 9.1 centimetres
Number of pieces 1177

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  • Kids will learn to code and develop creative problem-solving skills as they play with this interactive STEM toy, featuring 3 buildable LEGO Star Wars droids and over 40 interactive missions
  • This fun LEGO Star Wars tech toy for kids includes a color and distance sensor, interactive motor, Move Hub and 1,177 pieces enough to build all 3 lovable R2-D2, Gonk Droid and Mouse Droid LEGO figures; Please note that only one buildable robot toy can be brought to life at a time using the included Bluetooth-controlled Move Hub
  • Kids aged 8+ will love building the construction robot toys using the free LEGO BOOST Star Wars app, attaching the tools and weapons, and bringing them to life to solve fun, challenging missions with the easy-to-use coding environment Visit LEGOcom/devicecheck for a list of compatible devices
  • This great Christmas, birthday or gift idea for any occasion features unforgettable characters, locations, sounds and music from episodes I-VI of the Star Wars movie saga, which kids and adults will love to interact with
  • LEGO brick R2-D2 measures over 7 inch (20cm) high, 3 inch (10cm) long and 5 inch (14cm) wide LEGO Gonk Droid measures over 7 inch (18cm) high, 6 inch (16cm) long and 3 inch (9cm) wide LEGO Mouse Droid measures over 5 inch (14cm) high, 6 inch (17cm) long and 3 inch (9cm) wide
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Introduce your Star Wars fan to a rich LEGO brick galaxy of lovable droids, exciting missions and coding fun for kids with the LEGO Star Wars BOOST Droid Commander set. This interactive buildable robot toy puts your child in command of 3 app-controlled Star Wars LEGO droids: R2-D2, a Gonk Droid and a Mouse Droid, each with their own personalities and skills. Using the free LEGO BOOST Star Wars app, your young commander builds the droids, inserts the Bluetooth-controlled Move Hub into the one that will solve each mission, and brings it to life using the intuitive drag-and-drop coding environment (visit LEGO.com/devicecheck for a list of compatible devices). Your youngster then constructs tools, weapons, targets, obstacles and lots more as they progress through over 40 exciting missions – they'll love it, This set makes a great birthday or Christmas gift or just a gift for any occasion. It also helps youngsters develop their critical thinking and creative problem-solving skills, introduces them to basic engineering and robotics, and, just as importantly, lets them play in a rich and expansive galaxy filled with unforgettable icons like Luke Skywalker, X-wings, the Death Star and many more.

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Nicolas C.
2.0 out of 5 stars Packaging à revoir
Reviewed in France on 22 July 2019
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S. P. Long
3.0 out of 5 stars So much potential, but spoiled by niggling flaws
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 15 July 2019
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Djilly L.
5.0 out of 5 stars Yes you’ll need an electronic pad. And yes, no paper instructions are included
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 August 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Yes you’ll need an electronic pad. And yes, no paper instructions are included
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 August 2020
We are big fans of Star Wars. And we have a lot of Lego (a huge lot!) so this is a great combination and we got several little hands in our family that are extremely skilled at putting challenging and exciting projects together.
The Lego Boost projects generally fit in the more advanced builder category as we found with first Lego Boost Creative toolbox, that I think is one of the best Lego sets if not one of the best toys for children. I genuinely believe all parents should have a Lego Boost set around. And given what you get (electronics and sensors) plus the educational experience it delivers, these sets come at very reasonable prices. Also because like in the former set a range of models can be build from the box. So it offers a far more lasting attraction that most Lego sets that are already great for play and display.

This set seems slightly less value than the former non-Star Wars Boost Creative toolbox set as it only includes (digital) instructions to build 3 droids. While so far (pre further updates) you could build and experiment with 6 Boost creations through the app in the original Boost Creative Toolbox. Also this set is sold at a higher price point, possibly due to Star wars licensing aspects. However for that higher price you also get many more pieces; 1177, vs the first Boost set’s 847 pieces.. So I think the price remains mote than fair and it is super fun and educational.

Lastly, Boost sets interact through our children’s favourite gadget, the iPad or most other mainstream mobile devices (IOS, Android and Kindle smart devices). I really appreciate how the creations can be easily programmed by sequences which is a super-educational and funny manner to introduce kids to coding. The age advice is for 8-years and older. However our 6 year old builder stunned us repeatedly by single-handedly and flawlessly completing the Boost projects. Interestingly in this set is that you can create each of the three models and then remove the motor and sensor and play with an other one. So you don’t have to take your full creations apart when moving on to another. Or.. like in our case take the motor-component from the original Boost Creative Toolbox set and let the droids interact with each other.

I’m quite surprised Lego didn't yet release more software/coding updates, further online building instructions, additional electronic parts like sound and light to complement the Boost-range. So I’m hoping and waiting for that.
With the first non-Star Wars Boost set Lego later released some Ninjago and City sets that could be brought to life with the Boost electronic, it would be very interesting if they went on that route with some of the Star Wars Lego as sets as well, we have an UCS Sand-crawler that bags to be motorised!)
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Witek S.
5.0 out of 5 stars Please Obi-Wan, you are my only hope!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 18 October 2019
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3.0 out of 5 stars Battery ruins the droids
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 12 February 2021
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