Imperial TIE Fighter is LEGO set 75211-1. It has a score of 87. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 5 scored reviews and 8 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 25.95% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2018, and it is categorised in Star Wars.
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Wow what a set!!! This T.I.E fighter is sturdier, swishable, and more compact than others. The "wings" are solid and stick right into the cockpit area, making it more playable and less chances of it falling off by itself while in play. The figures are ok. The fighter pilot is very important in this set. Han Solo and Tobias Beckett are also ok, but i would have wished for extra hair pieces to be included. The "mimban"trooper is a pointless addition in my opinion. Would have liked a regular stormtrooper in this set. Overall, a great set. Would have liked a discount on black Friday, but the set was released this year, so yeah
Great set and nice to have a modern Tie Fighter design, but overpriced MSRP. There's no excuse for a 500 piece set costing $70.
Star Wars sets don't vanish from shelves quickly as a general rule so if you want to try and wait for this set to go on sale there is likely not a lot of risk. However, make sure to not ultimately wait too long and let this set pass you by. 75211 belongs in your Star Wars collection, no questions asked. As an added bonus, I found it to be proportional to the UCS Millennium Falcon, which puts one well on the way to an amazing display; now I just need three or four more TIEs!
I think this set is just alright. The build is nice, but it really could have been better – the cockpit is too angular IMO and the use of the 4×4 dish as the top hatch was a strange choice. The minifigures are nice but I would have liked a couple more. It's fun to swoosh it around and shoot at targets but beyond that there's nothing much to do.
LEGO has very nearly perfected the TIE Fighter design over the last few years and 75211 Imperial TIE Fighter is undoubtedly the best minifigure-scale version yet. Not only has its shape been improved but the model now feels sturdier than ever before so is ideal for play. I am also satisfied with the minifigure selection on the whole, although a standard Imperial Mudtrooper would have been a welcome addition.
Even though it's being released to support a non-trilogy Star Wars Anthology movie, 75211 Imperial TIE Fighter is the first “true” (or classic) TIE fighter that takes advantage of the new viewport element — an element that's central to the basic shaping of the craft. It's a marked improvement over the previous standard TIE fighter, 9492 back in 2012 (one of the last TIE fighters to use the old bubble canopy). As such, it's certainly a welcome addition to the currently available range of classic LEGO Star Wars vehicles