Two 2020 Star Wars sets revealed!

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Forbes has announced two upcoming Star Wars sets which will be on display at San Diego Comic-Con before their release during 2020, 75270 Obi-Wan's Hut and 75271 Luke Skywalker's Landspeeder.

These two sets will cost $29.99 each. Their most interesting features are probably the new Princess Leia hologram and the printed training remote, both of which are found in 75270 Obi-Wan's Hut.

You can take a closer look at both sets after the break...

75270 Obi-Wan's Hut

  • $29.99
  • 200 pieces
  • Luke Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, R2-D2, Tusken Raider

75271 Luke Skywalker's Landspeeder

  • $29.99
  • 236 pieces
  • Luke Skywalker, C-3PO, Jawa


Are you impressed with these Star Wars sets and what else are you hoping to see from LEGO Star Wars during 2020? Let us know in the comments.

115 comments on this article

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By in United States,

Do we really need another Luke's Landspeeder?
Ben Kenobi's Hut is ok, a little cramped, but not bad.

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By in United States,

Ben's hut is a great addition, an important and iconic location previously missing. Luke's Landspeeder will likely be a hard pass, I already possess like four of them, even if this one is slightly redesigned with new parts. I also have like 10 Jawa's. So no thanks.

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By in United States,

I feel like I *just* got a landspeeder...

At least Ben's hut looks like it could be modded to add to the recent Cantina with very little effort.

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By in United States,

The holographic Leia microfig in Ben's Hut is pretty great

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By in United Kingdom,

Xevo... Good spot!

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By in United States,

Yikes, hard pass.

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By in United States,

Is the clear rod on the wall in bens hut for anything? Also it appears as though it folds, making the interior even more cramped.

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By in United States,

Is that sand red? Really excited if they're bringing back sand red

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By in United States,

I try hard to just NOT say anything if it's negative... but I'm very surprised to see yet another landspeeder. Worn out.

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By in Canada,

@Boss Dog 11, I think that clear rod is meant to be used as a stand for the training remote, to create the illusion that it's floating.

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By in United Kingdom,

How many times are Lego going to skin this particular cat? I mean, I recognise not everyone has access to everything Lego does at all times, but it’s not exactly the most interesting part of A New Hope.

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By in Finland,

I honestly hope LSW will be discontinued in the near future. I'm just done with it personally. And 20 years of it is enough in my opinion.

Hopefully my comment won't be deleted.

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By in United States,

These look great. Although there are previous landspeeders, some (myself) still don’t have one, as my dark ages was 1993 to 2017!

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By in Russian Federation,

Hmm, no, thanks.

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By in Spain,

Are you serious, another Landspeeder? -_- I love the seats and details but I have the one from the big Cantina set and I don't need another one... How much can they improve it in the next years? They could have gone with a different thing.

Kenobi's hut is ok, I guess. I'll probably get it just because the holographic Leia impressed me a lot when I was a child. But I had preferred the showdown scene with Ponda Baba and Dr, Evazan and the option to add that set to the rest of the cantina.

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By in United States,

I was going to complain about another Landspeeder, but it looks good. The engines are a definite improvement. The price increase is not.

Kenobi's hut is incredibly boring.

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By in United Kingdom,

We really don't need another landspeeder. Ben Kenobi's hut is cool but it it very small. I really wanted a Lars Homestead set instead of these 2.

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By in United States,

So back to bricks for the front of the landspeeder instead of flex tubes.

I like the hut, but it seems like there was just a landspeeder in production, and that’s a steep asking price.

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By in United States,

I don't need another landspeeder, but if I was 10 years old and didn't get one when I was 7 years old I sure would! (I got my first landspeeder when I was 7 and my first X-wing when I was 11.) It's got some real improvements to the rear, but the front isn't any better than the last one. The hut is nice; it's an important location that's been missing until now. I think I'll wait to get both of these on 20% discount though, not full price.

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By in Netherlands,

Ben's hut is a great new addition to the SW lineup and I like the set but it seems way too small for the price. Anyway, the training remote and the Leia hologram are nice indeed, but I also quite like the new Ben Kenobi minifigure. They have been using the 2014 version for way too long now, and that one looks really outdated because it needs dual molded legs.

Another Landspeeder. Completely unnecessary. Also, instead of using the clever building techniques from the previous ones to recreate the grill detail on the front and sides, they have now simply resorted to stickers. Lame.

Also, how many Tatooine Luke, R2's and 3PO's do you need? That seems to be all that LSW is about now. I remember when we got all kinds of new and obscure characters with new molds. LSW is seriously going to innovate and offer some high-end stuff again to remain successful.

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By in United States,

I like Lego SW still and I like these. It seems pretty impossible to please anyone at this point in these comments

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By in United States,

@TransNeonOrangeSpaceman: theyre probably not going to as long as Disney keeps making more content. Plus, I think Star Wars is the only scifi theme Lego has right now, so they need LSW for that genre.

I'm just surprised they stop doing the flex tube on the front of the landspeeder. It was such a unique feature.

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By in United States,

Definitely don't need another Luke's landspeeder but man that PONCHO make's it tempting....

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By in United States,

Wasn't the last landspeeder $10 cheaper despite having an extra minifigure? I actually prefer the last speeder's design too, especially with the gray strip on the front. Kenobi's hut is alright. The most disappointing thing about these two sets, though, is that they don't come with any new minifigures. I'm pretty sure all of these minifigures have already appeared in the last 2 years (except for Luke's poncho). Overall, these sets are nice if you're just starting with Lego Star Wars. Otherwise, they're mostly nonessential.

One thing that's interests me though are the price points. We're expecting to get 3 "regular" Star Wars sets for the January wave: these 2 and an Obi-Wan vs Anakin set. Given the fact that the Tatooine sets are both $30 dollars, that probably means the Obi-Wan vs Anakin set will be the bigger one, like $50 or $60. That would be really exciting!

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By in United States,

I was looking at custom landspeeders last night before this came out and am going to make one that looks very different from any of the Lego versions.

I do not have a landspeeder, because I never liked the previous versions, but this version is fantastic and a huge improvement over the previous ones. I will definitely get this. Kenobi's hut is great, but I am a big Tatootine fan. The training ball is long overdue and it is funny it was never in the Millenium Falcon where it showed up first. When are we going to get a Krayt dragon and a Bantha?

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By in United Kingdom,

Little bit disappointed - we've only just had a landspeeder - but I'm not sure I like the front as much as the last one - albeit the engines look cool..

As for Ben's hut - it's a bit meh - compared to the the other huts (Luke/Yoda) - although all I can say is I need the "Marksman-H combat remote" ... will have to see if I can get it off lego.com or bricklink it!

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By in United States,

I like the Leia hologram in the hut. But most of it is a "seen it before I can skip it" type of set.

I am hoping Lego has some more exciting stuff up their sleeve for 2020 than just this. The anthology films, animated series, and theme park attractions still have a lot of untapped potential. I know that re-releasing familiar scenes from the Original Trilogy is lucrative since it allows kids who are just being introduced to Star Wars to get the figures and sets from those films; but I would much rather see some of the stuff from the growing canon. We still don't have our Saw Gurerra figure from Rogue One, more common Mudtroopers from Solo, and nothing yet from the theme parks in either the form of Star Tours or Galaxy's Edge. I would think for example Savi's Workshop or the Droid Depot in Galaxy's Edge could make a great inspiration for a Lego set, play on the actual retail experience via including customizable lightsaber or droid options in a Lego playset.

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By in Netherlands,

@ekux, where do you see sand red? If you mean on the landspeeder,that's nougat and dark red.
I really do hope to see it return. Turquoise did, so why not sand red?

Really like the look of the sandspeeder. It took like 5 iterations or something, but they finally innovated the engines in a new way again. Although the flex tubes will be missed for the uniqueness of the building technique, I think this looks better as it used to create a gap. Although it sadly relies on stickers. I hope that on the inevitable next version, lego uses a new canopy, as the film version has this distinctive bubble shape to it.

The hut... It's something new at least. I really appreciate that lego's trying to make more location sets now :) Still, to me it might be the single least iconic location of the movie though. I guess I'll wait to see what it looks like closed up. The hologram though... we're not worthy for such excellence XD

One thing though. The distribution of figures is a bit iffy. They are clearly meant to go together, as several key figures are missing from the landspeeder. What scene is it supposed to represent? If it's luke looking for R2, where are R2 and the Tusken Raider? In the other set. But there is a rocky hidy hole like in the looking for R2 scene. But why did lego put a Tusken Raider with Ben's hut? To add arbitrary conflict? It feels a bit weird IMHO.

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By in United Kingdom,

Ben's hut is a welcome addition, but how many Landspeeders have we had in the last five years?

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By in United States,

Normally I'd wonder why the landspeeder wasn't included with Ben's Hut (like how the speeders from Solo weren't packaged together). But then I realize it will save some fans money who already own the landspeeder. A Lars Homestead would also have been welcome (new minifig Aunt Beru, blue milk, maybe a T-16 or moisture vaporator) but this is just fine

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By in United States,

Well, personally I think the landspeeder build looks quite clever. The nose interestingly looks to be 5.5 plates tall, thanks to the use of one row of SNOTted bow bricks. Also can't help but giggle at what is presumably a carton of blue milk in Ben Kenobi's house.

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By in United States,

why does the Landspeeder cost more, rely more on stickers, and have fewer figures than the last few versions? That's really obnoxious.

ben's hut is fine I guess.

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By in United States,

I wondered how many minifig-scale landspeeders there have been, so I checked the set list.

#75173, 2017, $20
#75052, 2014, $70 (part of larger set)
#8092, 2010, $25
#4501, 2004, $30 (part of larger set)
#7110, 1999, $6

It turns out that, yes, there have been two in the last five years, but since this a release for next year (_maybe_ available in December, we'll see) it's been three years, which isn't that uncommon. The thing that I was really surprised by is that 8092 was $5 more than 75173, which came seven years later.

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By in United Kingdom,

man, luke traded up his landspeeder for the stretch limo version, clearly

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By in United Kingdom,

I'd love to see Torra's ship from resistance. Not only is it the most prominent of the aces, but it looks like a Gulf Porsche, which is just awesome.

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By in United States,

I find it very sad that they removed the most unique and interesting building technique in the Landspeeder in favor of disconnected stickers.

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By in Germany,

They should have switched R2 and 3PO since 3PO lost his arm through a Sandperson and R2 was ambushed by Jawas. The Jawa cave could have even doubled as R2s hiding place from the Sandpeople.

I think when they include the blaster training ball they should have also included the blast shield helmet with printed emblems. The part actually exists already through the last Skyhopper pilot but parting it out like that is weird.

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By in United Kingdom,

Yes.. I saw these earlier on Instagram love both especially Ben kenobi's hut just need to see it from the front, the landspeeder isn't much different to the last one though but I,d buy it..

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By in Germany,

Somehow I don't like the idea of the Landspeeder's side textures done by stickers (or even a print for that matter).

The hut looks interesting though...

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By in Latvia,

The hut is great, but we got a landsppeder in 2017! How many do we need?

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By in Sweden,

Another landspeeder so soon after the last one seems excessive. It's even worse in many ways, from the front of the craft (stickers instead of the plastic tubes) to minifigure selection.

Happy to see Obi-Wan's place getting a set though.

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By in Poland,

Those are horrible, lol

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By in Sweden,

By the way @Huw, @CapnRex101, Brickset crew, you can get some higher quality images if you open the two images on the Forbes site in a new tab and change out the 960x0.jpg filename to 1920x0.jpg.

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By in Puerto Rico,

Shame about the prices but Ben Kenobi hut seems, almost complete and lovely so.... May get it but, 2020?

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By in Norway,

Looks like people completely ignore that there is a constant "refill" of Lego/Star Wars fans who didn't buy previous iterations of particular models. I'm sure Lego are quite aware of which models are good sellers, and will continue to make those as long as it's profitable. I'm quite happy with my landspeeder (75173) and won't buy this new one, but I don't mind if new fans get the opportunity to buy this one... Why you haff to be so mad?
Obi Wan's hut is a welcome newcomer!

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By in United Kingdom,

Well, I hope the 2020 Star Wars range has more to offer than this.

I saw the article headline and got excited, saw the sets and sighed.

I don’t know if it’s just me but it feels as if those droids are everywhere.

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By in United States,

It's only July; I'm pretty sure there will be a lot more SW LEGO sets for 2020. Let's have a little patience.

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By in United States,

Certainly I am interested in Ben's hut....While I wouldn't mind another landspeeder (the minifigures in my Tatooine display need something to ride!) , I like others think that the replacement of the tubing with stickers is a turn-off.

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By in United States,

Everyone: We want some Clone Wars sets!
Literally Nobody: We want another Landspeeder and an ugly hut! (The hut may look better when it it “closed”

...so this is how liberty dies.... with thunderous applause....

R.I.P LEGO Star Wars glory days..... 2005-2012 (maybe 2013 and 2014)

Also... two tatooine sets...?

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By in Germany,

They should finally make a UCS landspeeder. Now that would be something.

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By in United States,

I...actually really like these? I've passed on every version of the landspeeder since 2010, but I really like the engine designs on this one. The price is maybe a little steep, but not glaringly so for a Star Wars set. I just might pick this up.

Kenobi's hut, on the other hand, is going to be a must buy. It's never been done before, the Leia hologram and printed training remote are awesome, and I would argue it's absolutely an iconic location--it's where Luke starts his journey, for crying out loud! Definitely picking this one up.

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By in United States,

Does anyone see any new parts/elements other than the hologram and training remote? I think the gray, curved section at the front of the landspeeder may be a new part (after looking closely, I am pretty sure that it is NOT just a 4x4 “macaroni” brick).

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By in United States,

return to tattoine... hoped for not another landspeeder but whatever. It seems kind of tall for me (the landspeeder) but obi wan's hut looks interesting.

* I think the tip for the landspeeder enginges is a new piece*

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By in United Kingdom,

yawn...

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By in United Kingdom,

They should have made these one set. Don't need another Landspeeder. I had 3 until recently and they've barely changed the design since 2010.

I never would have thought to make Ben's house into set. Not a particularly memorable location.

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By in France,

Ok for Obi Wan's hut even if it's not that incredible.
As for the speeder, it's a better rendition than the former models but not a mandatory piece for a collection, IMO.

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By in France,

The landspeeder looks more detailed than any previous version, but thanks to stickers in the front. I like what they did for the seats and thrusters, but I don't see many changes so that means the latest renditions were already good ones. Easy pass, but as for the Xwing, each new generation must have a chance to get Luke's landspeeder. I don't remember exactly but last was not so long ago? The Jawa's hide is hmm... Minimalist even for a little side built! Made to hit the part count / price isn't it? Ben Kenobi's hutt looks good, a bit cramped but at least a never done before pretty iconic location of the original trilogy, so maybe it will come and join the collection,furthermore with Leia hologram microfig. It really reminds me of the original Yoda's hutt in its conception. But not that excited about the two sets. Do I feel like laziness in them? Or safe and easy choices for good and secure sales?

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By in United Kingdom,

Oh man I have such a massive sense of deja vu....

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By in United States,

Obi-wan's hut is new. That's good. Looks decent too.

But the landspeeder. I can't get past the fact that the front is different. The flex tubes were great and now it's just stickers.

Blue milk though is great.

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By in United Kingdom,

I think they should have saved Cloud City for next year because it is the 40th Anniversary of Empire Strikes Back.

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By in France,

Yaaawwwn. Zzzzzzzz

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By in Australia,

I will get both of them!!!

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By in United States,

more tatooine sets?

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By in Australia,

If anyone knows how to run the Lego company better than they do, get a job there and tell us how you get on. These toys are mainly marketed at stores, kids and parents. Kids grow up so Lego sells popular things every three years or so. If you don't like what is on sale, don't buy it. If you don't like how it looks, build your own!

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By in Netherlands,

Sets repeat, this is not a new thing, and not a bad thing.

I was out of LEGO for 15 years, and missed a lot of themes during that time, I can't be alone in such a situation.

I think the majority of people buy current sets on shelves and not secondhand/sealed via bricklink/ebay etc.

LEGO could have stopped making landspeeders after 1999 and then people would complain about that.

New people get into LEGO each year:
- Kids are born and grow up from like Duplo into LEGO
- Adults could get (back) into LEGO in many ways as well, for example seeing a Star Wars movie or the recent LEGO MOVIE 2 (possibly with their own kids). etc.

I don't see the issue with "repeats" every x years, it's not like you have to buy it.
And even if you buy it, you can use the LEGO parts to make other things.

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By in Germany,

Well, ladies and gentlemen, soon we will write the year 2020 (!) and that is how far Lego has come the last 20+ years! Yeah. A hut for Obi Wan. And another landspeeder. Whee! They came a looong way, eh? Great sets. Don't miss out on them. Would be too bad, for these are two rare gems...

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By in United Kingdom,

This is an AFOL website, therefore commentators typically comment from an AFOL perspective, well I do anyway. In this case, these sets do very little to excite this AFOL, but yes I'm sure they will certainly delight kids who haven't seen things like this before.

All we can do is provide our personal views on the sets presented in the article. Criticism is healthy if presented politely and an atmosphere where only praise and adulation is tolerated feels artificial.

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By in United States,

@AddictedToStyrene
I don't think anyone's saying that it's a poor decision from a marketing or money-making standpoint, because these will probably sell really well. Rather, most people are just each personally disappointed with this re-release, since most people on this site were actively buying Lego in 2017 and did/would have gotten the landspeeder then. It's clear that specifically amongst the brickset community this release is not very exciting, and I'm fine with hearing the disappointment because it shows how this particular group of Lego fans feels/thinks about the set. But that doesn't mean that other Lego fans won't buy and enjoy the set.

@TeriXeri
I agree with you, but I still think that there is sweet spot for the number of years you should wait before a re-release. Sure, new fans come in every year. But that doesn't necessarily mean you need to re-release a set right away. I think a set like this is good for a re-release about every 5 years. But, I assume that Lego did their homework and saw that this set would sell well if released in 2020. So I'm not saying that this was a bad decision. But the argument can be made that a person starting to buy Lego should wait a little longer before they are accommodated with a re-release.

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By in United States,

I’d imagine the landspeeders generally sell well, and despite a somewhat limited appearance in the film it’s still rather iconic. It’s a pretty easy Star Wars set to make that doesn’t need to be real expensive. Some of the other iconic ships will always command a higher price point.

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By in Australia,

Is this an out of season april fools joke?

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By in United States,

@DarthRaved
I’m pretty sure the rear tip piece is just 6254404, if that’s what you meant.

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By in Canada,

Finally! An Obi-wan house! Have some earlier speeders but really like the side grilling this time. Even if it’s just some evil stickers.

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By in Australia,

Oh man I have a massive sense of déjà vu...

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By in United States,

@DarthRaved the front of the engine is the conical R2 droid head, unprinted, while the back has another R2 head and then a BB head, which started coming unprinted this year in a couple of Overwatch sets (there are four used as boosters in D-Va's mech, for example).

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By in United States,

Ben's hut is iconic in the movies for the fact it's the first time we ever saw a lightsaber activated/deactivated.

Not the first time for the training drone - there was a brick-built version in 7965-1: Millennium Falcon (2011), but this compact printed version looks great!

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By in Canada,

So the jurassic park T-rex rampage, stranger things, and undoubtedly the batmobile d2c set in August, we don’t get any information whatsoever by Lego until the very day of their VIP pre-release, BUT, we have « those » two sets official images 6 damn months before their release, minimum!!

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By in United States,

We didnt need the last 2 landspeeders that were 90% the same as this and we sure as hell dont want this one. Its not like TLG has just a small ammount of source material to work with here. Its freakin Star Wars, quit being so damn lazy and make something new from vast ammount of Star Wars you have done nothing with and quit rehashing old sets every year. Someone needs to be fired

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By in Canada,

Landspeeder is now like City police station... one a year

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By in Puerto Rico,

Ben's hut looks like a random jumble of pieces, The previous Landspeeder looked better in my opinion, and the inclusion of Luke's poncho is cool in concept, but the material they used looks bad.

I do like the inclusion of Ben without his Jedi robes, the training remote, and the new Leia hologram piece.

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By in Spain,

Another landspeeder? Why?

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By in United States,

Landspeeder is a straight downgrade from the last iteration, glad I picked that one up.

Who on earth thought replacing perfectly fine looking greeble parts with STICKERS was a good idea...

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By in Germany,

As a used Landspeeder salesperson, I can only say: there can't be enough Landspeeders. The X-34 landspeeder manufactured by SoroSuub Corporation is such an alround talent which can be used in almost any environment. How do you commute? Don't tell me you're still using the XT-28 from the pre Galactic Civil War aera?

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By in Germany,

Obi-Wan's hut is a nice set and will expand the Tatooine collection, but I do not think the speeder was a wise choice considering that it does not look like a significant improvement and it has been done many, many times. For my two cents, I think an improved T-16 would have been a better choice, or a Bantha, yeah a Bantha, now that would be something.

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By in France,

A 75173 Landspeeder (MISB) with minifigs can be obtained on Bricklink with prices starting from €15. Until further images become available, I prefer the 75153 rendition to the latest announcement.

For TLG... a new Ghost (75053) please, pretty please... after market prices for a new (and complete) set are crazy.

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By in Portugal,

I get a real 'Malibu Stacey with New Hat' vibe from Luke's landspeeder.

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By in Israel,

Im still waiting for new clone wars sets.

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By in Sweden,

We're barely through half 2019 and now get to see 2020 sets. Something's wrong

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By in Hungary,

The landspeeder feels like one step forward, one step back with the design. Ben's hut is cute though, probably gonna get that.

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By in United States,

If your a lego Star Wars fan you can always use extra Jawa for your large sand crawler. That’s what I did with mine.

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By in Finland,

The torso on the tusken rider looks like a new design

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By in Sweden,

I feel like people are being a bit too harsh on the landspeeder. Yeah, changing the front to use stickers is terrible, but unlike the previous version this upcoming one has brick-built seats and brick-built engines (whereas the 2017 one used regular seats and mostly used one large piece for the engines). If the 2020 one used the old front section it'd be a huge upgrade over the last one (as long as you prefer things to be brick-built and not one large piece).

Hopefully the 2020 model's front can easily be modified to look like the old one, then it'd look fantastic.

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By in United States,

Well, at least it isn't ANOTHER cantina! I think that finally making Ben's hut was a good idea. The land speeder is made almost every other year. I think it's getting pretty dull by now.

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By in United States,

@Havok211, there’s a reason they keep making the same ships and not all of the other ones you think would make good sets. They like too keep some of the more well known and iconic models on the market, as that’s what tends to sell. I agree that it feels like we’ve gotten a lot of landspeeders in a short time span, but they’re probably trying to keep interest in the original trilogy. The original films are still the gold standard for all things Star Wars, and truthfully there aren’t a lot of sets at lower price points that they can make.

Ships and vehicles are what sells with the Star Wars brand, hence them making the same few ships every few years. There are still a lot of things they can make from Star Wars, but that doesn’t mean they’ll sell. Which is the ultimate goal.

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By in Canada,

I'm a bit surprised that they would release another landspeeder so soon.
But Ben's hut is pretty nice - in line with Luke's hut, Yoda's hut...even the hoth medical centre...all compact fold-able play-sets...love it!

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By in United States,

Yoda's hut,

Luke skywalker's hut,

Obi-wan's hut,

The tri-force is complete.

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By in United States,

"Yoda's hut,

Luke skywalker's hut,

Obi-wan's hut,"

Don't forget, Jabba, the HUTT! ;P

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By in Netherlands,

Landspeeder - Redundant

Obi wan's Hut - Take a look closely guys. You got all these sets at home, you have the pieces for this. Let's start building! But if you're a collector, or have the extra cash, go for it.

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By in United Kingdom,

Ditto. A new landspeeder is good for new fans, but not for me. The hut is pretty decent-looking to me, and there's a couple of truly iconic moments there, but I'd rather be able to buy a Lars Homestead.

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By in United States,

Finally! A landspeeder! Now if they would only come out with a Naboo starfighter...

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By in United States,

What were they thinking?
What? Were they thinking?

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By in United States,

Obi-Wan's hut is nice. I'd like a Lars Homestead as well.

The landspeeder is meh and it has a junky sidebuild that uselessly takes up pieces. Pass.

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By in Australia,

Should've been one set, and made the hut much bigger like Yoda's hut or Old Luke's hut.

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By in Australia,

These are absolute garbage

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By in United Kingdom,

Did somebody say "blue milk"?

Seeing as I've never picked up a Landspeeder, I'll be happy to nab both of these. I can see why some are frustrated at the repetition but it's been a few years since the last one and it's an iconic part of Episode 4, so I guess they're releasing a new one for the next batch of kids to buy?

Anyway, can't wait until these are out, looking forward to adding them to my little Tatooine setup.

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By in United States,

Ben's Hut looks sweet. Seems like you can fold it into the classic Tatooine hut shape and I really like that. Could it FINALLY be my first LSW set??
The Landspeeder's nice too, if a bit unnecessary for the time being. A couple more waves (and the parts and techniques that come with them) could have made it a bit more "definitive", especially at the front. Really digging that poncho.

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By in United States,

I want to be excited for these but that landspeeder looks like a step down form the last one.

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By in United States,

I see 98100 in a new color in the landspeeder (nougat, I think).

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By in United States,

I am beginning to feel the same way as @TransNeonOrangeSpaceman. I’d like to see the volume of sets in each wave cut in half or less, each year. If a film comes out, support that release, then give us special revised classics by film in subsequent waves or mix it up with yet, uncovered places, vehicles & figures. Still waiting for a Ralph McQuarrie theme. If LEGO can’t do something fresh, time to retire the Star Wars theme.

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By in Canada,

I love the re-use of set ideas so often, it's great. Oh yeah, we definitely needed another Luke's Landspeeder.

I don't know if its licensing mandates or what, but could they stop recycling that tried and tested model for once and give us Luke in the repair bay of the family homestead with the Lar's Family Landspeeder instead? To my recollection we've never seen that vehicle design in LEGO bricks yet, and I'd rather get another Landspeeder release which is new and offers an interesting vehicle design with perhaps a cheap way to get an Aunt Beru instead of wasting slots on stupid Jawas, which Luke never once encountered while on the Landspeeder, thank you very much.

If you wanted the two scenes to coincide why not make a Bantha with Sand Person instead, might have upped the price slightly, but the two sets would go better together thematically and include all of the core characters from those two scenes between them. (We also haven't gotten a Bantha yet to my knowledge and with Takodana giving us a semi-decent buildable creature idea for the little junk scavenger it'd be nice seeing LEGO tackle another creature design.)

Seriously, why is it AFOL designers can cook up fun, decent play expanding ideas while LEGO is left making really lackluster vehicle design re-hashes as far as playability is concerned for the younger builders? What are kids supposed to do with a Jawa in that set, have them shout Utini and get run over?

Or is LEGO secretly taking inspiration from Super Star Wars, to my recollection it's the only time Luke was ever attacked by Jawas while on the Landspeeder, but I mean why would LEGO ever take inspiration from a non-canonical 16 bit video game for their set ideas?

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By in Germany,

Btw - here goes the chance to get a Landspeeder microfighter anytime soon, I had high hopes for that after this years and next years double packs. But perhaps a Sandcrawler / Landspeeder double in 2021? Would love to see that.

And I'm happy for everyone who wants to get these sets, but they're both not interesting to me, sorry!

What I would love to see: an orange Cloud Car, a CW Arc Trooper Republic Gunship, brick-built Geonosis arena monsters, Naboo Royal Cruiser, Kenobis Ep2 Starfighter, Jangos Slave I, Ep2 Tusken Raider Encounter Remake, Acclamator, Yavin IV, CW battle packs, Resistance battle packs, TIE Bomber Remake, Ewok battle packs and much more.

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By in United States,

I’d be willing to pay the extra scratch for a fully realized Landspeeder. Slightly larger but still in MF scale, with some solution to the rounded front and top that is not this...with a Ben Kenobi with a hood up version in Jedi brown, Luke with macrobinoculars, floppy hat and blaster rifle, dirty R2, and Threepio with a busted arm. Include it in a set with built or preferably new molded Bantha creatures, I’m thinking a pair with slightly different deco and a pair of Sandpeeps.

Hmmm....call it Tusken Raider Ambush and start preparing to collect the money.

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By in United States,

I actually don't mind the Landspeeder. I would rather them get rid of the little sand wall thing and the Jawa and have the set just be $20, but other than that the Landspeeder itself actually looks really good.

However, Obi Wan's Hut is definitely too small for the price. At $30, you figure they could at least have closer to 300 pieces to make it seem like a good deal. Size aside, the interior of the hut looks pretty nice.

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By in United States,

I'm not crazy about the stickers on the land speeder.

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By in United States,

I need Luke's poncho

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By in United States,

The Jawa has a stun blster but there's no R2-D2?

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