After months of speculation, a cheeky tease at LEGO CON 2022, we finally have the official reveal of LEGO 75331 UCS Razor Crest, and it was completely worth the wait.
The Ultimate Collector Series Razor Crest is breathtakingly huge, coming in at 6,187 pieces, and will be priced at US$599.99 / AU$899.99 / £519.99, so you best be saving as much Beskar as possible to afford it.
The UCS Razor Crest will be released for LEGO VIP members on 3 October 2022, and everyone else on 7 October 2022, and will be available exclusively from LEGO.com or your local LEGO Store.
See below for regional pricing and product page links:
- 75331 UCS Razor Crest [US] – US$599.99
- 75331 UCS Razor Crest [AUS] – AU$899.99
- 75331 UCS Razor Crest [UK] – £519.99
- 75331 UCS Razor Crest [EU] – €599.99
- 75331 UCS Razor Crest [CA] – CAD$759.99
Firstly, wow. LEGO have done a tremendous job with the UCS Razor Crest, and making it minifigure-scale just works so incredibly well in this context, and the size allowed the design team to really get all the little details, angles and more right.
This is really a sizable set, and its dimensions are 72 cm long, 50cm wide, and 24cm tall.
Here’s another attractive male LEGO-enthusiast for scale, just to illustrate just the UCS Razor Crests’ size.
The set comes with 4 minifigures – Grogu, Din Djarin (The Mandalorian), Kuiil on a buildable Blurrg (I have spoken), and Mythrol, the latter 2 being new characters making their debut in the LEGO Star Wars universe.
We’re getting a new and exclusive (for now) version of Din Djarin featuring new helmet printing, as well as new torso/arm prints as well. And Grogu comes with a brilliant brick-built hover pram as well.
The Razor Crests’ iconic silhouette, and curves are captured brilliantly here, and this looks like an all-time great LEGO Star Wars UCS set, and a HUGE upgrade to the playset version – 75292 Razor Crest.
Great details are included such as the holding cells, as well as a carbon-freezing chamber to Din Djarin’s escape pod.
Oh and Din Djarin’s bed is also included.
Naturally, the set looks great on display, and is set to be a must-buy especially for The Mandalorian and Star Wars UCS fans.
Please enjoy more lifestyle photos provided by LEGO.
US$600 is a LOT of money, but for over 6,000 pieces and just looking at the photos and how well the LEGO Star Wars design team have translated the Razor Crest’s unique shape incredibly well into this scale.
The fact that this is pretty much minifigure scale is another huge bonus, plus, you also get a decent selection of key The Mandalorian characters as minifigures to sweeten the deal.
I can’t wait to get my hands on one, and I need to start saving ASAP.
75331 UCS Razor Crest will be available on 3 October for LEGO VIPs, and 7 October for a general release, and will be available from LEGO.com or your local LEGO store.
What do you think of the LEGO UCS Razor Crest? Does this meet your expectation of what you’d want from a UCS Razor Crest?
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Love how they’ve given Grogu a whole cart to build and the proper smooth finish to the ship without too many exposed studs unlike the Scythe
It’s really cool what they’ve managed to achieve at this scale. I can’t wait to go out and buy one.
Cheese toasters for lunch everyday to save up!!! 🤣
I can’t keep buying SW sets as getting too much of the same colour is getting frustrating!
This revelation is like 20 years too late? Haha!
Arghhhhh I was contemplating buying the €800 Millennium Falcon, though I’ve nowhere to display it…..but now I have to think about this too??? 😅 😅😅 Lego, what are you at?
Time to buy more shelves!
“We’re gonna need a bigger boat.”
Demarcation Media says
I’m actually very frustrated that Lego refused to make a properly accurate Mando helmet til now. There’s no way I’ll be able to afford this, which means I’ve gotta pay aftermarket prices for that Mando, which I’m sure will be outrageous. -_- why Lego, why.
This is just par for the course for LEGO Star Wars. Incrementally improving minifigures slowly…
But hey, with The Mandalorian Season 4 on the way… I am confident that we’ll get this new helmet in any sets released that tie-in with the new season, hopefully in more affordable sets, similar to what was done with the Microfighter, and Trouble on Tatooine
Nine hundred freakin dollars and they didnt include a frog lady minifig? or finish the bottom? Rage.
The reality though is im not even going to try and see past that price tag. That is no Star destroyer or falcon and costs as much as those sets on sale(ish).
I know what Harry Potter fans feel like now. When it happens to you, ouch. Thats 2/2 for lego flops anyway.
Hopefully this means we might get Frog Lady in a slightly more affordable set..
*sigh* Another one for the already huge ($5k+) wishlist.
And we’re not even done for the year. And oh boy, wait till you see what’s coming next year 😐
Is this real?!?!
I want this so bad…
Alas! I am broke…