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Star Wars: The Last Jedi set piece counts

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Promobricks has uncovered the piece counts for most of the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi sets on the website of a German toy shop. These give some indication of the size of each set and the Euro prices are further confirmed so we can make some educated guesses regarding the worldwide pricing.

Prices shown in italics are not confirmed.

75176 {?} – €39.99 (£29.99, $29.99) – 294 pieces
75177 {?} – €59.99 (£54.99, $49.99) – 554 pieces
75179 {?} – €79.99 (£74.99, $79.99) – 630 pieces
75187 {?} – €99.99 (£84.99, $89.99) – 1106 pieces
75188 {?} – €109.99 (£89.99, $99.99) – 778 pieces
75189 {?} – €139.99 (£129.99, $139.99) – 1376 pieces
75190 {?} – €149.99 (£139.99, $149.99) – 1416 pieces

Buildable Figures:

75526 {?} – €19.99 (£14.99, $19.99) – 94 pieces
75528 {?} – €24.99 (£19.99, $24.99) – 85 pieces
75529 {?} – €24.99 (£19.99, $24.99) – 92 pieces
75530 {?} – €34.99 (£29.99, $34.99) – 179 pieces

We are aware that some of the set names have been leaked but have decided not to share them at the moment.

27 comments on this article

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By in United States,

Assuming these piece counts are accurate, I do like that there are some bigger sets...but I also don't think I'll be getting any of the last jedi sets if they're starting at $30USD

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By in Jordan,

The price to part ratios on 75179 and 75188 are not looking very good, as opposed to 75177 and 75187.

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By in Hungary,

Seems the two largest sets will cost around the same as their OT counterpart from 2014 with a slight increase regarding piece counts.
In the end I might be glad that I don't like the designs as much as the OT ones.
(hope this is not considered as spoiler and confidential information)

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By in Ireland,

Euro-buyers getting shafted again (even including US sales tax).

I offer the saddest of high-fives to those in Australia who have it even worse by all accounts.

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By in Ukraine,

On promobricks there's a piece count for first set - 294.

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By in United Kingdom,

@dimaks - Right you are, thanks.

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By in France,

Seems reasonnable to get 1416 pcs for the FO Star Destroyer. For the PPR of the other sets , I think they are higher than the Rogue One ones, but less average than the TFA sets.

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By in United States,

We already know what 75187-75190 sets are. It will be interesting to see what 75176, 75177 & 75179 end up being.

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By in Australia,

In Australia the cheapest Star Wars: The Last Jedi set will probably cost $59.99 considering the Phantom was $29.99 USD...

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By in Norway,

I'm going to starve if i want to get those :'(

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By in United States,

Sort of surprised that the Resistance Bomber is only 778 pieces - it looks to be a pretty good size and that seems very low for the price. I guess there's a lot of big pieces in there.

The high piece count vs the price on 75187 definitely makes sense if it is indeed a brick-built BB-8. Lots of little detail pieces.

I wonder what the big buildable figure will be. I can't think of any character designs we're aware of that would translate well into a Grievous-like build, but that doesn't seem like enough pieces to make a vehicle like the speeder bike either...

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By in United States,

I hope we get a terrain set in this wave. It's getting closer!!

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By in United States,

I don't like LEGO's build able figures. They are lame.

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By in United States,

Very excited for this wave, although it may be impossible to afford them all. Lego should start a Lay-A-Way program; an affordable 20.00/mo. and get the complete set shipped by Feb. 2020 (640.00 U.S. not including buildable figures divided by 20.00 = 32 mo.'s). Of course by then one would be several waves behind already, ugh. Damn you Lego addiction!!

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By in United States,

Long before 2020 you should be able to buy them at 50% off on clearance at Walmart.

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By in United States,

I am thankful that I lost interest in the Sequel Trilogy Lego sets, not the movies themselves, I knew there was something telling me not to get the First Order Snowspeeder, FO Troop Transport, FO and Resistance Battle Packs or Rey Speeder (that last one can be easily disguised in a desert town MOC).

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By in United States,

Why does 75187 have more pieces than 75188 but cost less?

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By in United States,

@18000pieces, perhaps instead of a single character, we're getting a bundle, like the old Bionicle 2015 Mask Maker vs Skull Grinder set! I'm not sure who'd get put in a bundle either... perhaps Snoke and a guard? C-3PO, R2-D2,and BB-8!?!? One thing's for certain, these sets are pretty ridiculously priced : /. Oh well, I too am a little apathetic towards ST sets anyways, although I do like the films. It's just I've seen X-Wings and TIEs before, and some of the new sets are just... not what I was hoping for.

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By in Australia,

75530 - Droids Pack: C3PO, R2D2 & BB8 ?

Of the sets we know 75187 - 75190, so for the other 3 sets, logically the Crait Skimmer (from the teaser) and Kylo's TIE, still some mystery on what the other set will be.

My guess is a vehicle from Canto Bight, perhaps a speeder

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By in Australia,

Another thought for 75530...big..so maybe Chewie

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By in Germany,

I liked the look of the Resistance Bomber but 110€ is just too much for something that seems difficult to display. I'd probably take a closer look at the BB-8 and concentrate on Ninjago sets.

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By in United Kingdom,

Are the prices for 75187 & 75188 the right way around?

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By in Sweden,

It's interesting that Leia, Luke, Finn, Kylo Ren and Phasma aren't included in the biggest sets. Hopefully there will be an easy way to acquire them. Glad all the sets have high piece counts, though.

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By in Australia,

Maybe the big figure is Giant Hologram Leader Snoke, in trans blue!

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By in United States,

It seems like in Star Wars, the best value is in the smaller sets. This wave seems to have good value overall, though.

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By in United States,

@addictedtostyrene I would pay all for that

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By in Canada,

This is going to be awesome! I can't wait until they come out in September!

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