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Best set ever, buy it now you should. Goes well with Han Solo's speeder too.
For the most part I bought this set to go with Han's speeder and because the Moloch minifig is top notch. The build wasn't anything special but once complete it really has some great features and is quite solid in structure. The bay to store the hounds is fantastic, the wheels make it appear as if its floating and the Moloch's headpiece mold is very cool. Big con is the rotating stud shooter as it is really hard to operate. As such, I'm leaving the studs out for now. Overall, I'd recommend buying this, especially if to go with the Han set. Enjoy!
At the onset of this review I was wondering if Moloch's Landspeeder would be the 75100 First Order Snowspeeder of the Solo line. I am pleased to say that it is emphatically not. This vehicle is an excellent build that has a variety of outstanding parts. Furthermore, the hunting dog conveyance aspect adds real play potential that distinguishes it from the veritable army of speeders which has come before. If you can find a way to get it on sale or stomach that launch price, you will not be disappointed with this offering.
I enjoyed this set less than I expected. The build looks good but playability is limited without an opposing faction in the set. The minifigure selection is weak and the price is definitely too high.
To conclude, this is an average LEGO Star Wars set and I merely bought it for keeping Han Solo's landspeeder busy and for both of these unique minifigures which is available from this set, not forgetting the two hounds. The design itself is not exactly appealing and many might this landspeeder kind of oversize which is true for a shape of a landspeeder. In this case, this is largely considered as a truckspeeder similar to modern day 'trucks'. In addition, the price count and SRP for this set is ridiculously expensive and it will probably take a real fan of Star Wars SOLO to get it. If this set is not even on discount, I will probably give it a miss.
The fundamental aim of any LEGO Star Wars set should be to offer tremendous play value while also maintaining reasonable accuracy to the source material. 75210 Moloch's Landspeeder is a successful example. Not only does the model look great when compared with the movie but it includes impressive mechanical detail, brilliant minifigures and a number of interesting functions.
The parts in the set are indeed mostly gray, with some dark tan accents. There aren't any major new parts, but $40 for 464 parts is on par with the lower price points for many of the Rogue One sets — a welcome approach to marketing the movie through merchandise if it means we get less-expensive LEGO sets.