LEGO Star Wars Jedi Starfighter with Hyperdrive (75191) Official Images

LEGO Star Wars Jedi Starfighter with Hyperdrive (75191)

Toys R Us Hong Kong has posted the official images of the LEGO Star Wars Jedi Starfighter with Hyperdrive (75191). The set has four minifigures including R4-P17, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Boba Fett, and Jango Fett. I assume the build is based on the Episode II: Attack of the Clones where Obi-Wan is going to Kamino where he discovers the Clone Army. I’ve been told the set will go for about $129.99 but we’ll see.

LEGO Star Wars Jedi Starfighter with Hyperdrive (75191)

Help Obi-Wan keep one step ahead of Jango Fett in his Jedi Starfighter! Dock with the hyperdrive, grab the handle and warp to distant planets in no time. Add some firepower with the stud shooters and spring-loaded shooters, then pull the trigger to release the ship. Will Jango be able to track you down? That’s for you to decide…

Play at warp speed with Obi-Wan’s Jedi Starfighter With Hyperdrive!

Warp into action with Obi-Wan’s Jedi Starfighter With Hyperdrive, featuring stud blasters, spring-loaded shooters, quick-release grab handle, 3 minifigures and a droid figure.

Speed across the galaxy with Obi-Wan’s Jedi Starfighter With Hyperdrive. This detailed LEGO® brick recreation of the ship featured in Star Wars: Attack of the Clones includes an opening minifigure cockpit, space for the R4-P17 Astromech droid top section and 2 stud shooters, while the large hyperdrive features 2 spring-loaded shooters, big engines, and a grab handle for enhanced play and quick release of the docked model. This impressive set also includes 3 minifigures and an Astromech droid figure.

• Includes 3 minifigures: Obi-Wan Kenobi, Jango Fett and young Boba Fett with mini legs, plus an R4-P17 Astromech droid figure.
• Features Obi-Wan’s Jedi Starfighter and a buildable hyperdrive.
• Jedi Starfighter features an opening minifigure cockpit, space for the R4-P17 Astromech droid top section (with storage space for the torso inside the ship) and 2 stud shooters.
• Hyperdrive features 2 spring-loaded shooters, big engines and a quick-release grab handle for enhanced play.
• Dock the Starfighter with the hyperdrive and pull the trigger to release it again.
• Grab the handle and zoom the model around the room.
• Hyperdrive stands on any flat surface.
• Relive exciting scenes in space from Star Wars: Attack of the Clones.
• Jedi Starfighter measures over 3” (8cm) high, 11” (28cm) long and 4” (12cm) wide.
• Hyperdrive with docked Jedi Starfighter measures over 10” (27cm) high, 11” (28cm) long and 12” (32cm) wide.

  • David4

    If that’s $130 someone needs to slap LEGO.

    • Reaven Veaceslav

      Considering the last Delta-7 I got cost me 20$, I don’t know why this is even remotely acceptable. I don’t care if there’s a hyperdrive attached to it, the episode 3 starfighter with hyperdrive was still only 50$.

      Heck, the UCS Obi Wan Starfighter was cheaper than this.

      • David4

        I think people are getting the numbers wrong. I could see it being $90 because LEGO Star Wars tax has increased, but $130, nope.

  • GTY

    Hope it’s not an Asia exclusive

  • myscrnnm

    Not bad. $130 is a bit steep, but I’ll have to get it for Obi-Wan’s starfighter. Weak that Jango is being released in another set.

  • Spontificus

    I know that the updated Jango is available elsewhere, but is this the first time that the updated kid Boba Fett is available? If so, than its a shame, because there is no way I’m picking up this for $130. I could have gotten the TFA Millennium Falcon at that price. No way is a tiny little single seat starfighter with an over-sized accessory equivalent to that.

    • Jeff

      This Boba was first released in an Advent calendar, and this Jango was previously only available in the Corporate Alliance Tank Droid.

      • Purple Dave

        That’s assuming that neither minifig has had any tweaks to the deco (or that Jango has the same head under the helmet). If they have, then Baby Fett will get to retain his title of “Weirdest Advent Calendar Exclusive Minifig” indefinitely. I can’t think of a single instance where they’ve updated a minifig print and then gone back and reused an older version in a newer set. Well, maybe one. When they included the proper yellow Retro Luke in the DK book (which has a brand-new print that merely looks like the original 1999 print), I don’t know for sure if they immediately retired the most recent fleshie version. If they didn’t, that would be the only instance I can think of where the second-newest print for a specific minifig got pulled for use in a new set.

  • Purple Dave

    The international pricing gets a bit screwy, based on fluctuations in currency valuation. US pricing has been one of the most consistent over the decades, but around the time that the “overpriced” UCS Super Star Destroyer got released (~3000pcs for $400 US), the US dollar had tanked a bit against the Danish Kroner, and US prices reflected that for about a year before they settled back down to the predictable $0.10/pc range. Pre-Brexit, the UK Pound has been very stable as well, so US vs UK pricing has been fairly consistent, and it’s generally been possible to get a close approximation of one price based on the other. Other countries aren’t as consistent, so HKD is probably a very unreliable gauge for calculating US/UK pricing. Since neither the box art nor the bullet points mention piece count, we’re just going to have to sit on our hands and wait until official pricing gets announced. Maybe we’ll find out it has a lot more pieces than people expect. Maybe the HKD took a dive and they’re getting raked over the coals on new sets coming down the pipe. Or maybe 40 years of flat pricing has finally gone too far and everything is going to start getting more expensive from here on out.

  • Kilgannon

    I love Attack of the Clones, and this is a cool set but $130 is a LOT to pay. I hope this means we will see Jango’s Slave I soon. We haven’t gotten one of those in forever. Since 2002 I think?

  • Mike Lopez

    I think I prefer the original 2002 set to this. That cockpit section is waaay too tall. This ship is supposed to be sleek and low profile.

    • Reaven Veaceslav

      It definitely feels like a miss on Lego’s part.

  • James Boxell

    I’ve been wanting a set like this but they have made it look so ugly, and its rare when a previous model has looked a lot better.