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For a buildable figure, it is taller than most Star Wars buildable figures. It is highly detailed. It is poseable although there is no waist articulation but I can't complain that much. It can attack with its weapon like Bionicle. Plus, you can remove the helmet to reveal his face just like in the film Return of the Jedi. I highly recommend this to any Star Wars fan who loves Darth Vader.
Bought this for my boyfriend for his birthday and he absolutely loves it. Easy to build.
I think this is not a bad set. It looks pretty good, though is a bit out-of-scale to other CCBS figures. The poseability is decent but as you all know, cloth is not poseable which is a factor to consider — on the other hand, the cape is a vital element of Darth Vader and it would have been dumb to not include it.
75534 Darth Vader is the largest Buildable Figure yet, even exceeding the impressive height of 75112 General Grievous which held the record until now. I therefore had high expectations for this figure and am satisfied with the result as the entire model is exceptionally detailed, matching the source material almost exactly. The articulation is also very pleasing and the Sith Lord looks magnificent when displayed independently.
All told, the 75534 Darth Vader improves upon 75111's original iteration in several ways. In terms of size, level of detail - 75334 has a removable helmet, detailed printing, an extra cape/skirt - and character accuracy, this figurine certainly eclipses its predecessor. While some proportion issues, gaps, and posing limitations make 75334 a more mixed bag than I'd like, this version of Darth Vader is an impressive display piece and fun collectible.