Like with the other two LEGO Star Wars Helmets, the box has a higher quality feel to it with the all black look and the embossed image of the Stormtrooper Helmet.
The first bag starts with the basic foundation of the helmet. It utilizes a lot of bricks with studs on the sides to allow the rest of the build to easily attach to it. There are a plenty of color here but it’ll be covered up so you won’t even notice it later on.
The second bag provides the parts for the display stand as well as parts for the top and back of the helmet.
Next up, we have parts for the the front of the helmet to give it facial details. Sloped black pieces are used for the visor and the nose/mouth area uses hinges to give it that slanted design. The rest of the parts in the bag are for the top left and right sides of the helmet.
For bag 4, we finish out the left side of the helmet. The bottom part uses slope pieces with stickers to give it that curvy look for the bulky tube. There’s also some greebling next to the eye visor and at the ear.
The last bag is for the right side of the helmet and it’s basically the thing. You also fill out the bottom of the chin for the vocoder and wheel pieces are for the aerators in the front.
Overall the LEGO Star Wars Stormtrooper Helmet (75276) is a mixed bag for me because I’ve already built the TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274) and they are very similar to each other. If you’ve already built one, you’re almost building another one but in a different color so it depends on which one you like more. There are a lot more stickers for the Stormtrooper which I don’t like that much. In the end, it does look like a Stormtrooper Helmet so LEGO did accomplish that goal. If I was to pick between this one and the TIE Fighter, I would go for the latter and between the three in the wave, I would choose Boba Fett.
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