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Build the ultimate Millennium Falcon™!

This is it - the biggest, most spectacular LEGO® model ever! Straight out of the classic Star Wars movies comes the Ultimate Collector's Millennium Falcon, Han Solo's famous smuggling starship. Every detail of the modified Corellian Engineering Corporation YT-1300 freighter is here, all constructed to scale with LEGO minifigures. At almost 3 feet (90cm) long, it's the ultimate centerpiece to any LEGO collection!

  • With over 5,000 pieces, this is the biggest LEGO set ever made!
  • Model is built completely to minifigure scale - minifigures can sit inside and man the controls!
  • Landing gear provides a stable base for model to stand on!
  • Ship is over 33" long, 22" wide and 8" tall! (84cm long x 56cm wide x 21cm tall)
  • Radar dish rotates and elevates and boarding ramp extends!
  • Top and bottom quad-laser turrets rotate for realistic play!
  • Cockpit top can be removed to access minifigures!
  • Includes 5 minifigures: Han Solo, Chewbacca, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia Organa!
  • This special set also includes a display card with detailed ship specifications!
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The Millennium Falcon has become an icon in the LEGO builder’s world since the release of the very first model in 2000. Fast forward twenty years and there are over 10 different Millennium Falcon LEGO sets (if you include all of the mini builds and Microfighters), with the largest and most prestigious being the UCS Millennium Falcon detailed by Ninja Brick, which was first available as a VIP pre-release in September 2017.

In this regard, we would like to enumerate all the Millennium Falcon sets and compare them, so as to find out which model should be considered the best LEGO Millennium Falcon. This could also help you decide which Millennium Falcon would be the perfect Christmas present for your child or AFOL (Adult Fan of LEGO).

These LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon sets are as follows:

7190 Millennium Falcon (2000)

This set was the very first LEGO Millennium Falcon ever made. It was released in 2000 as part of the LEGO Star Wars Classic line. It consists of 659 pieces and 6 Minifigures that were colored yellow, as was the classic minifigure skin color during that time. They were Han Solo, Chewbacca, Princess Leia, Luke Skywalker, R2D2, and C-3PO.

It measured around 12” across and featured realistic details, secret compartments, two quad laser cannons, weapons, and a cockpit. This set was definitely the cream of the crop during those days. The escape pod (although no mention of it was made in the movies) provided a really nice touch. It even had a seat and Dejarik table for Han Solo! This piece pioneered the legacy.

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4504 Millennium Falcon (2004)

This set stepped up a notch by adding more features and interior compartments. The triangular plates at the top of the ship could now be opened to expose the interior. The starboard hatch lid could be pulled and they also added a boarding ramp for the heroes to get on board. They added a pilot’s seat in the cockpit and the escape pod hatch was also modified, allowing the escape pod to pass through. The minifigures for this model were based on the Empire Strikes Back characters C-3PO, Chewbacca, Hans Solo, Princess Leia, and a Snowtrooper. The Snowtrooper used a heavy repeating blaster against our heroes. It consisted of 985 pieces and was definitely a really great set. It truly lived up to its name as the successor to the Millennium Falcon Star Wars classic line.

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10179 UCS Millennium Falcon (2007)

This model has a whopping brick count of 5,195 pieces! It truly is a collectible and quite expensive on the secondary market. All of the 10179 Millennium Falcons produced were sold out as of June 2010. This Falcon wouldn’t be able to fit on a center table or mantle, being almost 3 feet long and 2 feet wide! The model was built completely to minifigure scale and included the main hero characters from Star Wars A New Hope. The landing gears were adjusted to provide a stable base and the Radar dish was elevated and could now rotate. Aside from this, the boarding ramp could be extended, top and bottom quad-laser turrets could now move in a rotating manner. The cockpit was also modified, allowing access to the minifigures. As with all of the Ultimate Collector Series sets this Millennium Falcon came with a display card with detailed ship specifications!

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7778 Mid Scale Millennium Falcon (2009)

This falcon is not big enough to support minifigs, yet it still sports high detail and advanced building methods. Composed of Layered plates rather than bricks, it only has a few moving parts. It was originally intended for display rather than for play. The only parts that move are the guns and the spinning radar dish. This set has printed round tiles at the rear of the ship and at the four patches of machinery. One disappointing feature is the cockpit (marked by a sticker). Released in August 2009 for the 10th Star Wars anniversary line, it only consists of 356 pieces and no minifigures. It is a little disheartening, seeing as how its predecessor surpassed all boundaries in size and build structure during that time.

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7965 Millennium Falcon (2011)

This set was a much better model than the 7778 Millennium Falcon. Released in July 2011, this Falcon consisted of 1,254 pieces and had additional details that were not on the previous versions. It has hull plates that could be opened to reveal a detailed interior, rotating quad laser cannons, twin flick missiles, and a detachable cockpit cover. The other accessories include a cup, chairs, control panels, and a game board. This LEGO Millennium Falcon was able to redeem itself from the limited features of the previous one. Aside from Han Solo, Princess Leia, and Luke Skywalker, additional Minifigures were also added with this set, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader were introduced to make imaginary roleplay more interesting.

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75105 Millennium Falcon (2015)

This set features a more streamlined and detailed design, consisting of a detachable cockpit with space for 2 minifigs, rotating laser turrets with hatch, and additional space for a minifigure. It also has dual spring-loaded shooters, a sensor dish ramp, and an entrance hatch. The hull plates could be opened to reveal more updates such as the main hold with seating area and holochess board, secret compartments, a better hyperdrive, extra boxes and cables, and storage for ammo. This Millenium Falcon was based on The Force Awakens version, sporting a new rectangular sensor dish and included new characters. 7 Minifigures were included in this set, including Hans Solo (old man), Chewbacca, Finn, Rey, BB-8, and 2 bad guys in Tasu Leech, a Kanjiklub gang member. It consists of 1329 pieces and was released in 2015.

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75192 UCS Millennium Falcon (2017)

Formally the largest LEGO set of all time this Millennium Falcon has the same dimensions of the 2007 model yet has 2,000 additional pieces due to its intricate design. It has a clean-cut shape and is certainly more accurate. Curved pieces were introduced, overcoming the blocky look of the previous UCS Falcon. Details are definitely more intricate in this set.

The upgrades are removable hull panels, a boarding ramp, a concealed blaster cannon, a new and improved four-figure cockpit with a detachable canopy, 2 sensor dishes so that you can switch between the original & sequel trilogy versions, quad-laser cannons, and seven landing legs. The main hold of this set was also modified to include a seating area, a Dejarik game board, an engineering station with a minifigure seat, a better engine room, more hidden compartments, 2 escape pod hatches, and an access ladder to the gunnery station. The gunnery station has a gunner’s seat and detachable hull panel with a rotating laser cannon. The underside also has another laser cannon. If you want to play the classic version, the four minifigures in this set are Han Solo (Bespin), Chewbacca, Princess Leia (Hoth), C-3PO, and a buildable Mynock. An older Han Solo, Rey, Finn, BB-8 droid, and two buildable Porgs for if you prefer the Force Awakens or Last Jedi versions.

The weapons would include a blaster pistol, stud-firing bowcaster, and a small silver blaster, and another blaster rifle. Only two months after it was released in November 2017, all available 75192 sets were sold out. Luckily more stock is now available.

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75212 Kessel Run Millennium Falcon (2018)

This LEGO Millennium Falcon is based on the film Solo: A Star Wars Story. It contains around 1,400 pieces and the 7 minifigures included in this set are Han Solo, Chewbacca, Qi’ra, Lando Calrissian, a Kessel Operations Droid, DD-DB and Quay Tolsite. It has a cockpit (good for 2 minifigs) with detachable canopy, spring-loaded shooters, a dish ramp, rotating laser turrets with 2 gunner seats, and a detachable escape craft. The interior included a cargo area with a couch and a holochess table, bar, bunk, missile compartment, and a hyperdrive (buildable) with repair tools. The weapons for the minifigures are 2 blaster pistols, a blaster rifle, and Lando’s blaster. Additional electrobinoculars were added to the accessories. The set has a completely new image and is a nice addition to the LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon line.

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75257 Millennium Falcon

Brand new for 2019 and as part of the Triple Force Friday release of new LEGO sets, here we have a new and improved LEGO Millennium Falcon. 

They have improved the build meaning there are now no gaps on the roof of the Falcon. Finally, LEGO found a way to create a fully-covered Falcon. This is a really big improvement and makes this latest version one of the best LEGO Millennium Falcon sets to date (not considering the UCS version).

The set itself is based on the Falcon from Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker and has 1350 pieces and seven minifigures. These include Finn, C-3PO, R2-D2, the new droid D-O, Chewbacca, and most importantly – the new Lando Calrissian minifigure and a brand new character called Boolio.

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We have examined the different LEGO Millennium Falcon sets according to detailed structure, design, size, shape, and minifigure patterns and composition.

After summarising all of these sets, it is safe to assume that the award for detail goes to 75192 UCS Millennium Falcon, although the detailed prints of the Kessel Run are also nice to look at, being all white with distinctive blue patterns. The 75192 is also superior in size, build structure, and flexibility, being able to play the classic or newer versions. The minifigure award would probably be awarded to the Kessel Run minifigs. The prints are clearly more defined and detailed for imaginary role-play.

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Star Wars LEGO UCS Millennium Falcon Is Largest LEGO Set Ever

After a series of teases that a new Star Wars LEGO set would be the biggest in the company's history, LEGO has officially unveiled the Ultimate Collector Series Millennium Falcon.Coming in at 7,541 pieces, the new LEGO set, revealed as part of Force Friday, is over 1,600 pieces larger than the previous biggest LEGO model ever, the Taj Mahal. Take a look at the new Millennium Falcon in the gallery below:The set includes seven minifigures — four classic ones including Han Solo, Chewbacca, Princess Leia, and C-3PO — as well as three from The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi — Older Han Solo, Rey, and Finn. A BB-8, two buildable Porgs, and a buildable Mynock are also included.

The ship features removable hull panels, a lowering boarding ramp, concealed blaster cannon, 4-minifigure cockpit with detachable canopy, interchangeable round/rectangular sensor dishes, upper and lower quad laser cannons, and 7 landing legs. The set measures 8" high, 33" long, and 22" wide.Following a set of teases by LEGO, many fans began to suspect that this new biggest model ever would indeed be an updated version of the 2007-released Ultimate Collector's Millennium Falcon. That original Falcon was previously the biggest Star Wars LEGO set ever.

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Hands-on with LEGO’s new 3,300-piece UCS Star Wars Republic Gunship

After first being announced earlier this fall and subsequently selling out right at launch, we’re now going hands-on with the new LEGO UCS Republic Gunship. But is the 3,300-piece build actually worthy of the Ultimate Collector Series namesake, let alone its staggering $350 price tag? Head below for a deep dive on the newest addition to the LEGO Star Wars collection.

Hands-on with the LEGO UCS Republic Gunship

The journey of the LEGO UCS Republic Gunship is just as unique as the build itself, having gone from a fan-voted idea to official set. Starting out as one of three potential models that builders could vote on, the Prequel Trilogy set quickly picked up traction as the Gunship Gang and other fans emerged to show the LEGO Group that there really was a market for a collectible set based around Attack of the Clones. Now after the better part of two years, we’re taking a hands-on look at how the long-awaited creation actually stacks up.

Entering as the largest LEGO Star Wars set of the year at this point, the UCS Republic Gunship assembles the fan-favorite vehicle from the Clone Wars. It has been quite some time since we’ve seen a set from the collectible theme that isn’t focused on the Original Trilogy, and that 11-year wait has paid off big.

LEGO UCS Republic Gunship

Stacking up to 3,292 pieces, the Republic Gunship is larger than your average LEGO UCS set and puts those extra pieces to good use. The model itself isn’t minifigure-scale like the Millennium Falcon, but it manages to deliver a footprint that’s as awe-inspiring as its larger counterpart. Which is to say, this new set is absolutely massive by pretty much any account. There’s also a fitting price tag, clocking in at $349.99.

It stands 13 inches tall once fully assembled and delivers an even more impressive wingspan of 29 inches to go with its 27-inch length. So while the gunship isn’t the largest in any single dimension of a LEGO Star Wars set, it certainly manages to push those boundaries for its size overall. And in true UCS fashion, there’s also a display stand that the build rests on, complete with an information plaque and place to store the minifigures.

Now for the actual specs aside, the model itself is even more of a sight to behold in person than it is on paper. All of those measurements and part counts really don’t give you a sense of just how big the model is, which makes for a really enjoyable building experience as you’re actually piecing the set together. The techniques used throughout the LEGO UCS Republic Gunship aren’t necessarily the most sophisticated or intricate given the more streamlined look of the ship.

Even without the kind of greebling that I, like many other fans, have come to expect, the build has an overall polished look that nails the overall design of the vehicle. The front section of the ship and its more unique design could not have been done better, which is a sentiment that carries over to most of the build otherwise. The angle of the wings is spot on and the printed cockpit pieces really go a long way toward a display-worthy final model.

LEGO UCS Republic Gunship

My personal favorite aspect of the set has to be the ball turrets on either side of the ship that have a novel design. The large transparent canopies really add a unique looks to the otherwise utilitarian form. There’s also some additional highlights like closing doors on the back and a detailed missile section on the top.

Not quite so ultimate

For all the things that I love about the UCS Republic Gunship, there are certainly some areas both in the design process and execution that leave more to be desired. To say that this is the most controversial LEGO Star Wars set in recent memory is almost an understatement at this point. Even from the very beginning, the build was something that the community was excited to see become an actual kit. And once it became official that the LEGO Group was more than happy to match that fanfare, the expectations were set that this would be a creation made by fans for the fans.

That’s normally what we expect to some degree from the UCS lineup, but the hype leading up to the official unveil was hampered by the some bad press straight from LEGO themselves.

I’m just going to get the debacle with the minifigures out of the way to start, as this is arguably the biggest issue with the LEGO UCS Republic Gunship overall. The inclusion of Mace Windu is quite notable for the most part, and the exclusive printing makes for a pretty neat figure. But then there’s the Clone Trooper Commander. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a slick design on its own, though the minifig does end the ongoing pattern of including a pilot with its UCS sets.

Of course, then the LEGO Group had to distract from an otherwise solid inclusion with condescending comments about how Star Wars fans won’t know that the Clone Trooper Commander isn’t a pilot minifigure, since they’re “both yellow.” I’m not alone in nitpicking the commentary as being counterproductive to pushing the narrative that the UCS lineup is in fact supposed to deliver ultimate collectibles, and saying fans won’t care about the details makes me less likely to give the set the benefit of the doubt in some areas. Especially considering this is in fact a $350 LEGO set.

I mentioned that there are plenty of aspects of the ship that are well-executed, though that doesn’t carry over to the whole build. Areas like the rear ramp, closing doors, and cannons on the top all take away from the otherwise near-perfect design. Throw in the fact that the box art for the set has the Imperial logo instead of that of the Republic emblem, and it’s clear that the normal polish we expect from the display-worthy sets is missing.

LEGO UCS Republic Gunship

9to5Toys’ Take

At the end of the day, $350 is a lot to spend on anything, let alone a LEGO set. Which is why it’s a bit disappointing that the LEGO Group got in its own way. Despite those flaws and some of that bad press surrounding the set, the UCS Republic Gunship is still going to go down as one of my favorite Star Wars sets of the year, and probably of all time. It’s a really solid build that has an even better presence in my collection.

As a kid, I always wanted one of the play-scale models that had come out in the early 2000s. So now getting to assemble an even more display-worthy version of the vehicle has been quite the fulfilling experience. It’s also a rare chance to get a UCS Clone Wars set in the first place, as if the build itself wasn’t already notable in its own right.

LEGO UCS Republic Gunship

I’m sure most of this will all just be preaching to the choir and many LEGO builders who were interested in picking up the UCS Republic Gunship would have scored this one at launch. But if you happened to miss out the first time around as the set went out of stock, or you’ve since been convinced, the set ultimately receives a seal of approval from this fan. It might not be the most straightforward recommendation, but even the LEGO Group themselves, for all of its efforts, can’t ruin a set that is this good.

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