Rey is LEGO set 41602-1. It has a score of 82. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 2 reviews, based on 5 scored reviews and 6 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 46.59% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2018, and it is categorised in BrickHeadz.
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Rey goes perfectly with the Kylo Ren BrickHeadz, and is even better in real life than the product photos. The build is fun and easy, whilst the end result looks amazing. Rey's costume has a movie accurate colour scheme and the printed pieces add extra detail. Also included is Rey's lightsaber. However, what the product photos don't show is just how brilliant Rey's hair is! Her complex hairstyle has been realistically recreated through the use of smooth tiles. My only issue with the figure is that using slopes for ears makes them look a bit disproportioned. If you're a Rey fan, or a Star Wars fan then this figure is one to add to your collection.
The product itself is great! The way it arrived was not. I took one star off because of the careless condition in which the product arrive in. This is a gift and now I have to give my darling niece a toy with a damaged box. :(
It's never easy making a human look good in a collectible and by striping it back to a bare character, its a much simpler version of the character. I've totally fallen for LEGO's Brickheadz, I love the stylized look that is similar to a Funko Pop Vinyl but you also get the full enjoyment of building the toy. Plus if you ever got bored with it on display, you can simply break it down into pieces and create something totally unique.
Once completed, Rey does look pretty good, just not really good – and as she was released alongside Kylo Ren, the difference stands out.
There are certainly other figures which are more immediately impressive but 41602 Rey has far exceeded my expectations, not least because official images do not properly convey the complexity of her hairstyle. The grey Jedi robes look marvellous too and I particularly like how the edge of Rey's clothing has been constructed using angled plates.