Hoth Medical Chamber is LEGO set 75203-1. It has a score of 84. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 6 scored reviews and 8 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 36.85% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2018, and it is categorised in Star Wars.
Thumbs up 17%
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I was very excited about this new set for my Hoth set up. We get new figures and a great layout for the medical center. There are 255 pieces and is a straight forward build and is set up so you can display it open or closed. There are a lot of great play features and endless ways you can change or integrate it to other set or you own build. You also get some great extras like the scissors , medical syringes, cup and bottle. There are several drawers and storage compartments to put all your accessories. Positive;Great price for what you get, it coming in just under $30.00. Four great figures, Luke and Leia with two new expressions and prints. The 2-1 B and FX-7 droids are very sturdy and detailed. Your able to set up the new set with other sets from Hoth with ease. You have the options to expand or close your set depending on what you like and space available to you. Negative;I did have problems getting the FX-7 droid assembled as shown by directions from bag 3, page 48 step 4. When pushing the parts from page 47, step 3 to step 4 was a very tight fix for the part (bar 6L with stop ring) #6081987 into the part (plate round 1x1 open stud) #6168645. However I found if you fix the parts together then take it apart once it on its own before assembling step 4 it will make it easier when you do this step. I also would have liked to have had a way to "snap" or "lock" the set in the closed position so it is more sturdy. I put in a few extra parts using clip and handle to "lock" it in the closed position. Over all I would say this is a must have for anyone that is into Star Wars and great for younger builders. It has endless play options for everyone. Happy Building
This makes a nice addition to a LEGO Star Wars collection for fans who want to have every aspect of the Star Wars universe in their own at-home universes. We like all of the fun details on this, from the spinning droids to the opening drawers. It really does look like the scene from the movie. And those aspects will make this very appealing to Star Wars fans young and old who will want to play with it and keep it out on display.
There is just something about this set that pushes all of the right nostalgia buttons. As an avid LEGO photographer, I can see great potential with this set to recreate a number of iconic moments from the film and the big kid in me can see the potential this set has for play. Overall this would make a great addition to any Echo Base sets you might have in your collection already, or if this is your first foray into the range of Hoth LEGO sets, then it is a great place to start.
That detail is impressive and the model looks brilliant on display but I do wonder whether it was all necessary. For instance, the medical bay comes with four separate storage areas but contains relatively few accessories. In fact, I think a more compact rendition of this location would capture a similar level of detail so might have preferred a smaller set.