Boba Fett Helmet is LEGO set 75277-1. It has a score of 93. This is good compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 3 reviews, based on 3 scored reviews and 9 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 3.53% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2020, and it is categorised in Star Wars.
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The pack art really does not do this helmet justice at all. To be fair, neither do my photos but I suck at lighting etc.. This looks really incredible built and I was pleasantly surprised at the overall size of it, approximately 1/3 of life size. The build itself reminded me quite a bit of the techniques used in the Brick Headz kits, which is not a bad thing. I was dreading adding the raised sections to form the outer layer to the base but it all went smoothly with no pop offs when pressing down to connect and no need to glue to hold things in place. I really liked that the instructions use strange coloured bricks to help you figure out the spatials - particularly for slotting the external "plates" in to place. Makes it really simple to figure out where everything sits. Number Of Pieces: 625 Approximate Price Per Piece: £0.09 Build Time: 1.5 Hours
It's good and a lovely, visually interesting display piece that does its job well. I recommend it for those interested, and of the three it's the one I'd recommend most for the parts and build experience as well.
The LEGO Star Wars Boba Fett Helmet (75277) is my favorite one out of the three that have been released so far. When I was building it, I was a little bit skeptical that it wouldn't turn out good but the end result is a great representation of the the iconic helmet. It is also bigger than I expected it to be but it does make a good display piece.
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.
Although the set wasn't as complex as a Ultimate Collextors Series set, I highly recommend you fully focus on the build. I foolishly built it in a poorly lit room, whilst watching Clone Wars. This resulted in just one element being placed in the wrong place, which completely threw out the entire build. Something I only discovered on the final stage of the build. However I love the final result. It looks authentic enough against the costume prop which has inspired it, yet still remains distinctly LEGO.
75277 Boba Fett includes extraordinary detail and undoubtedly replicates the most important aspects of its source material, particularly across either side. I love the alternating stripes and the rangefinder, both of which are cleverly assembled. Additionally, the designer has found an appropriate balance between studs and smooth surfaces in my opinion, although visible studs are not universally appreciated.
This is a set that a lot of people will really want to love, but something about it might leave some feeling a little flat. It looks very accurate to the source material, the price point feels spot on and as a LEGO model it's a very, very smart final design… but while there are a few surprising and interesting techniques, the majority of the build is not particularly fun and will pose no problems for experienced LEGO fans.