AT-ST™ WalkerAT-ST™ Walker4.5312564.
Join the hunt for rebels aboard the AT-ST Walker, featuring posable legs, wheel-activated turning top section, opening cockpit and top hatch revealing a detailed minifigure interior, dual spring-loaded shooters and elevating guns at the front. Includes 3 minifigures.
- Build the AT-ST Walker, featuring poseable legs and opening cockpit
- Featured in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
- Includes AT-ST Driver, Baze Malbus and Rebel Trooper
- LEGO Star Wars building toys are compatible with all LEGO construction sets for creative building
- Measures over 9” high, 6” long and 5” wide
- 449 pieces – For boys and girls between the ages of 8 and 14 years old
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- in about 2 monthsAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Great looking version of the AT-STTheFalcon81 | 35-44I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfI really like this set. Aside from the UCS AT-ST, this set is one of the best representations of the AT-ST to date. Its a nice size, well designed for play, durability and looks fantastic next to the AT-AT from 2014 however they are not to scale (see pic). Some nice features include two blasters which shoot out two red missiles, a top hatch and easy to lift up lid to place and remove the driver and a very cool rotating head which is controlled by a well designed knob at the back of the AT-ST. My only ask of Lego is to avoid using stickers and use printed pieces, especially for Star Wars sets which include the Star Wars tax. Wish I bought a few of these AT-ST's as gifts as it's an iconic Star Wars build, price is pretty good and is versatile as a display piece or play toy for the kids. Enjoy folks and grab one while you can. 5 stars as it's excellent relative to the asking price.Play ExperienceAverage rating4out of 5 stars4.0Level of DifficultyAverage rating3out of 5 stars3.0Value for MoneyAverage rating4out of 5 stars4.0Build Time: 2 hrsBuilding Experience: Intermediate LEGO builderWas this helpful?55AT-ST™ Walker
- in 8 monthsAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Tedward77 | 35-44I would recommend this to a friend!Having bought myself the Ewok Village i was only looking for an AT-ST for the purposes of displaying along side it due to previous versions being retired, so i was happy to see this released as part of the Rogue One sets As other people have mentioned it is bigger than previous models of the AT-ST, it is also bigger than i was expecting, but on the plus side the scale of it makes it good value for money for the build. It is a pretty straight forward build, with nice detail and decent features such as the rotating head. Having said that only the legs are on a ratchet system, not the feet too, so although you can move the legs it can only be displayed with the feet flat on the floor I would definitely recommend this if you are looking to extend your Rogue One collection, and despite the scale i would still recommend it if you are looking for an addition to the Ewok Village setLevel of DifficultyAverage rating2out of 5 stars2.0Value for MoneyAverage rating4out of 5 stars4.0Building Experience: Intermediate LEGO builderWas this helpful?55AT-ST™ Walker
- in 7 monthsAverage rating4out of 5 stars4.0Great set but a couple of things...Rowley | 14-18I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfThis is a great piece of Lego, and is a perfect addition to my Lego Star Wars battlefield. Yet, being a perfectionist, there are a couple of things that bug me and may bug you too. A) in the film there is space for two - here there is only one pilot B) blue technic pins are visible on the inside of the legs Despite these small points, I strongly recommend this. It is a statement on a Lego battlefield. Last of all, if you are looking to play with this and pose it, it only stands and balances in a static position.Play ExperienceAverage rating4out of 5 stars4.0Level of DifficultyAverage rating2out of 5 stars2.0Value for MoneyAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Build Time: 1 hrsBuilding Experience: Advanced LEGO builderWas this helpful?45AT-ST™ Walker
- in about 2 monthsAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0A great AT-ST!Exracer327 | 45-54I would recommend this to a friend!First off, I really like this set! For anyone who likes the Star Wars walkers (AT-ST, AT-AT, etc.), the AT-ST has been lacking for some time. In my opinion, (not including the UCS AT-ST) I thought the AT-ST #7657 was probably the best one to date followed by the AT-ST included with the Battle of Endor #8038. This one #75153 looks like a mini version of the UCS AT-ST #10174 and looks great. In addition to a review of AT-ST Walker #75153, I’ll compare it with the previous AT-ST #7657, which I also own. First the minifigures: Blaze Malbus – great looking character! Head has two faces – attack and panic looks. Great printing on front and back of his torso and the front of his legs – very unique to this minifigure. Weapon arm is red while the other matches the torso and leg colors. The weapon is pretty cool. Rebel Trooper – Great Character. First, yes there are rebel troopers in at least three of the newly released Star Wars LEGO sets. However, each is unique in different ways. On this one the torso printing looks great on both front and back and is similar to all three. However, this one looks like a dark grey vs light grey for the other sets. I could be wrong as I’m only comparing pictures but that is how it looks to me. The head only has one face but it is a dark brown, again unlike the other two. (Nice of LEGO to continue adding some diversity to the minifigure lineup). The legs also have printing on the front (belt and pockets) but again, the legs are dark brown. However, they are such a dark brown that you can’t see the black printing for the pockets unless you look at it just right in the light. The helmet is also a great touch, excellent detail. Again, it seems darker in color than the pics for the other sets. As a side note; this rebel trooper has tan arms and dark brown hands (matching the face) while the others have arms that match the color of their torso. AT-ST driver – Two faces, which I’ll call mad and evil grin. The torso has great printing front and back as do the front of the legs. At first glance this doesn’t look much different than the driver for 7657 but it is. Not only is the torso printing different, the real jewel is his helmet. In 7657 the AT-ST driver had two faces, one of which has goggles. In this new set, the goggles are part of the helmet with a little white reflection from the sun. Overview: The build is fun – three bags (platform and legs – interior head – exterior head). The legs are very sturdy and have a ratcheting feature for positioning the legs. (More on that later.) The head mounts very similar to 7657 and turns similarly using dial on the back, but is now ratcheting like the legs and turns a full 360 degrees, unlike 7657. But if you position the head and then try to move the AT-ST, the head no longer flops around as it did with 7657. The head finally looks like the AT-STs of the movies with a narrowing, downward angle appearance. The cockpit is well built, although as should be expected for a build of this size, still for only one minifigure. HOWEVER, you can finally get your hand inside the head to place a minifigure in the driver seat by opening the entire top of the head. Additionally, LEGO gave us a working “hatch” so you can still have Chewy or whoever pull the driver out and toss him to the ground. The guns mounted on the bottom of the head move freely and LEGO has added two spring-loaded shooters, firing red bolts. There are two “push-buttons,” one on each side (bottom rear,) to fire the spring-loaded shooters – very nice! Criticism: First off, for years fans have been calling upon LEGO to build an AT-ST that can be posed. And in every photo of this walker (75153) including both the front AND back of the box, this new one is shown with a leg “posed.” It is true that the legs will lock (ratchet) in a posable position. HOWEVER, it will not stand on a flat surface in a “posed walking” position because the toe of the moved leg protrudes too far. The only way I can get it to stand is with both feet flat. If the feet had been given some sort of ratcheting ability, I think it could be accomplished. The only other criticism I really have about this set, and this is going to sound petty, is its size. As you’ll see from the pictures below, 1) this set looks great, 2) at +205 pieces it is larger (evidenced in the pics), and 3) it is not on the same scale as the AT-AT… bummer! I have to admit, I set my AT-ST #7657 next to it and instantly was surprised at how much larger it was. I then set my AT-AT #8129 next to it and was bummed just how much larger it is. A personal thought… the Rouge One movie has AT-ATs. I wonder; is LEGO preparing to reissue yet another AT-AT but at a scale similar to this new AT-ST #75153. Hmmm… Comparison: In the pictures below I’m using AT-ST Walker #75153 (2016), AT-ST #7657 (2007), and AT-AT Walker #8129 (2010). 75153 AT-ST Walker: 449 pieces, 3 minifigures and sells for $40 on Sept. 30, 2016. 7657 AT-ST: 244 pieces, 1 minifigure and originally sold for $20 in 2007. Conclusion: I am impressed that this set has 205 (46%) more pieces than AT-ST #7657. Of course, the Malbus minifigure with weapon accounts for 14 pieces alone. Just saying… There are a lot of pieces used to form the interior and base of the head, but the way the head fits together and looks is great! From the outside, the look is iconic. It is a very playable set, able to position the legs and head without them flopping around. AND even adults can get their hands inside the head to place a minifigure in the driver seat! The set has 8 stickers (no printed pieces) and they were all easy to apply. - If you’re looking for a great play set, this will work. - If you’re looking for a display piece, this looks great! However, you will have to watch what you’re putting it with as its scale is out-of-proportion with previous walkers and play sets. I.E. This AT-ST Walker is as tall as the shorter trees in the Ewok Village #10236. - If you’re collecting minifigures, again, this is a great set; all three are winners in my opinion. Personally, even with it being out-of-proportion to other walkers, I love this set! My kids instantly loved it and even commented how much better it looked than previous AT-ST models. Hope this review was helpful.Play ExperienceAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Level of DifficultyAverage rating3out of 5 stars3.0Value for MoneyAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Build Time: 1 hrsBuilding Experience: Advanced LEGO builderWas this helpful?55AT-ST™ Walker