TIE Fighter Pilot is LEGO set 75274-1. It has a score of 90. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 2 reviews, based on 2 scored reviews and 7 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 15.87% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2020, and it is categorised in Star Wars.
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This set exceeded my expectation of this build. It looks great on display and was an easy build for me. Looks great!
This model is good. The build isn't the most fun or instructive, but it does the job, and the completed model looks excellent. Plus, it has the most parts of the three, so value-wise it's up there.
Ultimately, if you're a Star Wars fan looking to add a cool new piece to your collection, these are fantastic models that can look great in any environment, whether on the shelf in your LEGO room or your desk at work.
Overall the LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274) has a bit more detail than Boba Fett but a lot of the build is also very repetitive. The angles on it is pretty spot on and the way the tubes are designed is very nice. Since it is a helmet, the coloring is extremely bland on the completed build as there is absolutely no color besides on the plaque on the base.
Despite sharing similarities with 75276 Stormtrooper, 75274 TIE Fighter Pilot looks absolutely fantastic on display and is certainly a worthy addition to the Helmet Collection. I love the black colour scheme which contrasts with other models and assists in softening any edges that may otherwise appear excessively sharp. The metallic silver Imperial symbols look particularly nice as well.
Fett is one mysterious cool guy and the Stormtroopers are an icon of the Star Wars brand, both thanks to their helmets. But quite surprisingly it's the TIE Fighter Pilot helmet which nips the top spot for me, after building all three sets. The blend of a Stormtrooper helmet and that of a real-world fighter pilot makes for a cool looking helmet and an even better LEGO set. The build of the TIE Fighter Pilot helmet, although similar to the other two sets, is certainly the most engaging. It's higher piece count is certainly shown in the finished product. Although the set is basically a mass of black elements, it's still nicely detailed and I love things like the breather pipes and the printed Imperial insignia. Most Star Wars fans will be picking up all three sets, but if you are merely intrigued to just build one, I highly recommend opting for this one.