AT-AP Walker is LEGO set 75234-1. It has a score of 88. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 4 scored reviews and 7 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 21.52% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2019, and it is categorised in Star Wars.
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Cool set and goes very well with droid gunship
I ordered this set just a few hours after midnight on New Years, I was really excited to get my hands on it. The mini figures are really good, commander gree and the scout look good as always and the new droids look awesome as well. The Wookie is a nice addition too. The set is a bit pricey but worth it for the minifigs. I really love how much room is inside the actual set, it can fit only 2 mini figures but they have plenty of room inside. The legs are very sturdy even without the third front leg, which can retract and stay retracted very well. The cannon isn't much of a change from the last version but is still very nice and functional. Overall this is a nice addition to any LEGO collection and has lots of play value as well! Also LEGO, well you're at it making Clone Wars sets why not throw in a 501'st battle pack, that would be awesome.
Overall, I think this set is alright. The build is decent but it's almost a rehash of the 2014 one, and there are still several problems with it (messy design, gappy panels). The minifigure selection is also quite boring, and playability is just okay as the legs aren't really that poseable. Finally, the price is also a bit expensive, especially comparing the size of the model to the retail price. You can get better Star Wars sets at this price.
This is an excellent model. It looks marvellous in relation to the source material and I love the olive green highlights against the grey armour. The minifigures are wonderful too but a couple more Clone Troopers would have been welcome.
Overall the finished model looks a lot like its on-screen counterpart, although slightly bulkier. It makes a decent but rather drab display piece, especially with its limited poseability. The biggest problem is that the model lacks practically any play-value. Apart from the ubiquitous flick-fire missile there's not much fun to be had unless you own a hundred wookiee minifigures and a ton of Battle Droids. 75243 AT-AP Walker is just an average LEGO set, and if you already own its predecessor then this is one you may want to skip.