10225 UCS R2D2

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Ļit, Nick Brick, Opëx Røver, and 29 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Ļit 37 months ago | reply

    Oh my god, This is just awesome. So much play factor.

  2. TheMasterOfDeath [deleted] 37 months ago | reply

    TLG finally did some NPU on parts :)

  3. Wafflebottom 37 months ago | reply

    Oh my god. Me gusta so flipping hard.

  4. aaclapham 37 months ago | reply

    the video has been removed.

  5. th_squirrel 37 months ago | reply


    It's beautiful! :D

  6. CrazyLlama2 37 months ago | reply

    Awesome man! That's a great R2-D2.

  7. Aanchir 37 months ago | reply

    I'd think the dome could be done with a more smooth, less blocky shape using SNOT, like the Taj Mahal's onion dome. In fact, I think more SNOT would have improved the entire head and torso designs. But this is still a nice detailed model and I'm sure many dedicated Star Wars fans will appreciate it greatly.

  8. peterlmorris 37 months ago | reply

    Well I thought it was funny, and I like it. The play functions look awesome, and you guys whining about the head and torso not being detailed enough, why don't you go ahead and build one yourselves?

    There are too many AFOLs who don't think about play factor when you build a MOC. I know. I've picked up your stuff at cons and it all falls apart when breathed on. These designers don't have that luxury, so cut 'em some slack. I'm amazed they got in as much functionality as they did while still keeping the thing darn near bullet-proof.

  9. KnightFalls 37 months ago | reply

    Easily my most anticipated set this year. :D

  10. SithPez 37 months ago | reply

    Cool, but if I decide to get it, I would add some sort of power function, wether the movement, the head turning, or a pop out lightsaber. I do like this set, but I feel like it is missing something

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