Bounty Hunter Speeder Bike Battle Pack is LEGO set 75167-1. It has a score of 89. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 2 reviews, based on 6 scored reviews and 9 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 18.06% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2017, and it is categorised in Star Wars.
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LEGO 75167 Bounty Hunter Speeder Bike Battle Pack is nothing short of a perfect set. I still can't get over its pricetag which makes this so accessible. If you're a fan of LEGO Star Wars, you HAVE to get this set, and the fact that it won't burn a massive hole in your wallet makes this such an amazing LEGO set.
This is a fun little set, a nice bike to add to the Rebel/Resistance armory. And I say that because this doesn't really say "This is a bike that the galaxy's most feared bounty hunters use". Granted, the four hunters are REALLY good, and probably 90% of the reason these sell. The only other time you can get three of these hunters (Bossk, Dengar, and IG-88 [the T-rex, the guy in white, and the robot]) is with different Slave I ships released over the years. 4-LOM (the other robot) is completely new, if I recall correctly, so even if you have the others, these give a much-needed update at a fraction of the cost. And the bike is a fun build too.
There's not much to say in conclusion to a review of a battle pack. We buy these sets regardless, because the choice of minifigures pulls us in. For the money, you get four bounty hunters you are likely to not already own.
As with most battle packs, the purpose of buying the set is to get the four minifigs included. This differs from most other battle packs in that the four figures are all unique. There is exactly one Bossk, 4-LOM, IG-88, and Dengar in the Star Wars universe. Therefore purchasing just one will suffice. Although this does not have army building potential, the main advantage is that Bossk and IG-88 only come in one other expensive and retired set. Dengar is only in one other set, and 4-LOM is exclusive to this one. Having four bounty hunters in one inexpensive set is certainly something to be excited about. The included build is good and it has some nice parts included with it. Only one minifig can be seated on it at one time. The only other disadvantage is minor, and that is that they used the nonrealistic firing stud shooters in place of the weapons normally included in Star Wars sets. I guess that is good for play value, but it might have been better to include both. Otherwise, this is a good set to have due to the minifigure selection.
All in all, this set is absolutely marvellous, and, apart from the lack of army building potential, is definitely the best LEGO Star Wars battle pack ever! The inclusion of 4-LOM is reason enough to justify the purchase of this set but LEGO went all-out and chose to include four named characters in this set! Furthermore, the speeder is nicely sized and the price is reasonable. Definitely a set I would recommend!
Ultimately, we buy Battle Packs for the minifigs, and the new and updated minifigs in this Battle Pack more than make up for the strange little — actually, overly large — speeder. At only $15 for some of the most-desired LEGO Star Wars characters, this is an utter steal.
Many Star Wars sets are criticised for their heavy reliance upon minifigures and this Battle Pack is a perfect example of such a trend, although it is no bad thing in this case. I cannot recall any set costing just £11.99 or $14.99 including such a brilliant selection of characters, most of whom will be new to even the most seasoned of LEGO Star Wars collectors given their prior exclusivity to much larger sets. All four minifigures are highly detailed and the brand new 4-LOM fills an enduring gap in the roster of Star Wars figures, although Zuckuss remains absent.