75052 LEGO Star Wars Mos Eisley Cantina™

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75052 LEGO Star Wars Mos Eisley Cantina™ is rated 4.8182 out of 5 by 22.
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Welcome to the noisy and dangerous Mos Eisley Cantina™ on the desert world of Tatooine! Park the landspeeder and enter, staying clear of the giant dewback drinking from the trough outside. Make sure Luke, Han and Obi-Wan have their weapons with them as they enter through the sliding door and walk past the droid scanner. Open out the building for easier play and order a drink while the Bith™ cantina band gets ready to play their instruments. Recreate scenes in the cantina from Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope, such as the showdown between Han Solo™ and Rodian bounty hunter Greedo™. Includes 8 minifigures with assorted weapons and accessories: Han Solo™, Luke Skywalker™, Obi-Wan Kenobi™, Greedo™, a Sandtrooper™ and 3 Bith™ Musicians.

Dimensions: 14.88000" H × 4.65000" W × 22.91000" L

Shipping weight: 6.44 lbs.

UPC: 673419210256

Sub-brand: LEGO® Star Wars
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Appropriate for ages: 8 - 14

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Actually not as much scum as Obi-Wan said... This was a good set, i just wish there was a little more to it. When i say that i mean the overall cantina was rather small. It just feels like there could have been more to it. But the overall set was good. The sandspeeder could have been a set on its own it was awesome. Plus everyone loves sandtroopers and you get han solo and greedo! But you dont get a bartender :/. Why not? Its a bar, why is there nobody running it? Oh well, at least the cantina band is there! It also would have been cool if you got C-3P0 and R2-D2, but thats definitely not needed and not a dealbreaker. All in all, the only bad parts is the missing bartender and its a little small. Other than that, get it and then figure out that HAN SHOOTS FIRST
Date published: 2015-06-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best. Tatooine. Set. Ever. Out of every Tatooine set that's been for sale since 2012, this one takes the cake. It has 8 minifigures, a dewback, a landspeeder, And a 4-room cantina. The minifigures are awesome, and my only complaint is that Luke can't frown. The dewback is a great addition, and gives an excuse for a pretty cool play feature. The landspeeder is essential an updated one that was released in 2009. And the cantina is awesome, with tons of rare pieces, playability, and décor. But I wasn't able to fit the sliding door in, and I used it in a MOC. I just wish there weremore figures, like Wuher and Ponda Baba. But other than some minor complaints, this set is great!
Date published: 2007-08-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lovely Set! First of all I am very glad to see a more civilian set in the Lego Star Wars range instead of the usually battle-focused ones. The cantina set features 3 of the most important characters from Episode IV: Luke Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Han Solo. It also comes with the unfortunate bounty-hunter Greedo (very cute design), 3 cantina musicans and a beautifully printed desert trooper with cloak and backpack riding a dewback. Very nice! The building itself is instantly recognizable, with every important feature from the film. Especially the bar-area is really a looker! The set can be unfolded and also has the option to slide the floors of the alcovens in and out to make them more easily accessible. Attached to the outside of the cantina is also a moisture vaporator (consiting largely of technic-parts and rather tricky to build) and trough for the dewback. Luke's Landspeeder is also encluded. It has two seats and a trunk under the central engine. Neat idea to use two plastic tubes to create its rounded front. I purchased this set for 41.50 UKP and it offers very good value for the money. Especially considering its a 600+ parts set, which easily takes you more than 2 hours to assemble. It uses some good ideas picked up from the MOC community and is just lovely looking with ample accessories and figures. The only thing I am not so happy with is the use of decals instead of printing directly on the bricks. Apart from that I highly recommend this set!
Date published: 2015-06-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great set pros: -very highly detailed -great minifies(new obi wan, greed, luke, sand trooper and cantina band. han is not new but still great) -land speeder -bar is highly detailed -great mold for dewback -seating areas slide out to access easier cons: -actual cantina is a bit smaller than expected, but the inclusion of the land speeder and dew back make up for it -a bartender would have been nice
Date published: 2015-03-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I Can't Decide Who Shoots First This set was top of my wish list for years before its 2014 revisitation finally came. There’s not a vista out there that screams Star Wars as much as Tatooine’s, and there are few scenes in the whole saga as iconic as Han’s indifferent despatching of Greedo. Having recently given Jabba’s Tatooine operation and the Jawa’s sandcrawler long-overdue facelifts, LEGO have now brought the site of Han’s infamous Rodian showdown up to spec. The 616-piece Mos Eisley Cantina now sits beautifully beside all the other recent Tatooine sets, leaving us only a homestead away from a clean sweep. Perhaps the most impressive thing about this particular set is how expansive it is, particularly for its relatively low piece count. Beyond the eponymous “hive of scum and villainy”, builders are also treated to the most accurate representation to date of Luke’s soon-to-be-sold landspeeder, as well as a giant dewback megafigure, storm-weathered sandtrooper and all. The landspeeder is very nearly identical to the 2009 rendition that renewed my interest in LEGO; the only (welcome) difference is that the paint scheme has been inverted back to match that of the film. As before, there’s enough room to sit both Obi-Wan and Luke in the cockpit (and, indeed, stow their lightsabers in the trunk), but there are still no back seats, so you’d be hard-pressed to squeeze the droids in there (not that they’re included here, mind). The Obi-Wan and Luke minifigures have undergone their obligatory re-release redesign, and once again probably for the better. The “crazy old hermit” looks more haggard than ever, though the absence of an optional cape and hood is sure to annoy those who can’t just pluck them from an earlier Obi-Wan in their collection. Luke looks unreservedly excellent in his finely detailed legs and torso, and the designers have got the style of his hair nailed now, if not the shade, which in my view is closer to really light brown (as has since been acknowledged in the spectacular Ewok Village set) than the LEGO blonde generally favoured. His face is perhaps a little too detailed now, though; the extra detail and expression only serve to make him look older than he should be (at least pre-Wampa). The dewback is one of my favourite components in the set. Fashioned with the same love and finesse that has brought us the updated Jabba and Rancor megafigures, the detail on the beast of burden is incredible. Its mouth even opens to chew - and, if required, hold and pose with - its bone. In the time-honoured style of LEGO horses, it’s up to the builder whether to brick up the creature’s back to give it a natural look, or - as I prefer - to build the saddle that carries the set’s sandtrooper and his small arsenal of weaponry. With his sand-speckled armour and flesh-coloured face, the Imperial agent is the set’s finest minifigure by far; I’d even goes so far as to say that he’s the most realistic-looking LEGO stormtrooper that I own. Of course, the set’s real selling point is the Cantina itself which, whilst much smaller than I would have liked, has been deftly designed with a number of hinges that allow the roughly 18cm2 building to open out in a 32cm playset. Its distinctive booths, which are probably too small for even a young player to get his or her fingers into, benefit from slide-out floors, allowing even those of us at triple the maximum recommended age to get our eager protuberances in there. The level of detail both inside and out the building is duly impressive. The distinctive-looking moisture vaporator is wonderfully redolent of Star Wars, and I love the sliding-door entrance and door scanner which, again, reek of the original movie. The set would have been better if it would’ve had a more complete roof though - one dome, however evocative, looks a little lost and incomplete. The Greedo and meaner-looking Han minifigures make up for any minor shortcomings in the set though; both are flawless. And I don’t blame LEGO at all for giving us the hard-sell with their, “Recreate the famous showdown between Han Solo™ and Greedo™ from Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope!” because it is such a seminal scene in the saga. I haven’t had such fun recreating a key moment since I finished building the Death Star. I just wish I could decide who shoots first... The set is completed with a near-identical trio of Bith musicians with whom I can find no fault. Like Greedo, specially-moulded headpieces ensure that they are the spit of their silver screen selves, particularly when adorned with wind instruments cleverly crafted from LEGO City taps. It would have been preferable to settle for a brace of Bith, and get a unique alien barfly in place of the third, but as it is I’ve just had to draft in a few minifigures from elsewhere to fill up the place. Overall, this set is excellent value for its price tag, offering builders at least as much good stuff as they got with the similarly-styled Echo Base and Battle of Endor sets, but for far less money and with none of the surplus. A must.
Date published: 2015-03-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mos Eisley at Christmas I received this LEGO set for Christmas from my grandparents after a three year absence from LEGO building (tragic, I know), as my reintroduction to LEGO. I must say, Mos Eisley Cantina was an amazing present. Within an hour of unwrapping, I was into the first bag, and even for a self-described "expert" LEGO builder with many dozens of sets' experience, this was a hugely entertaining build. The play value of this set is amazing - the landspeeder on its own would have made a great set, and the details in the Cantina itself are very impressive and sophisticated. I was most impressed by the dew back and the minifigures; they are far more detailed than those I remember from a just a few years ago (and still have somewhere). Overall, I would highly recommend this set to anyone considering purchasing it for its amazing detail and play value. I must add it is great fun to build. Have fun building. :-)
Date published: 2015-02-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice set Overall very nice. Some cool features, and the mini figures were very nice. once finished it was a bit smaller than I would have hoped.
Date published: 2015-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We don't serve droids here In the past I mainly focused on the Star Wars ships, so I never had the original take on the Cantina. Now with a Star Wars fan for a son, we've been branching out. This set is very playable - lots of characters to use and scenes to recreate. The highlights are definitely the cantina band characters and the dewback, but you are given several seating areas, a vaporator, and a small bar. Given this is a mid-priced set, you wouldn't expect more detail or bricks in the design, so my only real complaint/suggestion is that rather than another set of C-3PO and R2-D2 minifigs, I would have liked a bartender and another alien or two. After all, the droids aren't even allowed inside the cantina! The Landspeeder included is quite similar to the older Landspeeder set, with slightly different colors and detail stickers. Honestly, the stickers weren't even necessary. The clear discs for the bottom to simulate hovering are a nice touch. Perhaps somewhere down the road Lego will create a UCS version of the cantina, which will be tempting, but for now we're really enjoying this one.
Date published: 2015-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome set Love this set, as did my offspring, especially the band . Had a great time building, Great detail. Sandtrooper was exceptionally well done as well was the speeder. A must. I am...scruffy looking
Date published: 2015-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Nostalgic Set I am a huge fan or the original Star Wars trilogy. When I saw this set I knew I had to have it. Mos Eisley is one of my favorite scenes of all time, and this set perfectly represents it. The design of the actual cantina is perfect, and the new Land Speeder and Dew Back are fantastic. The set also come with 8 minifigs for $70, which is a great deal. The only complaint I might have is that this set does not have many play features. Which doesn't bother me at all, but if you are a little kid who plays with their Legos, I might not recommend this set. Other than that, this set is flawless, and I highly recommend it.
Date published: 2015-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing build! The overall set is a great scene for characters and really captures the desert huts of tatooine. Had a great time making the cantina bigger and adding some of my own characters. Great for a dedicated Star Wars/Lego Fan.
Date published: 2015-01-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I purchased this set specifically for the dewback. It did not disappoint.
Date published: 2015-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Detailed Cantina I bought this set for my 13 year old son and he loves it! The cantina is very detailed inside and it looks like the scene from the movie. The lizard was a nice addition too. He loves Star Wars Legos and this was a must have set to add to his collection. Great purchase and great value!
Date published: 2014-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Terrific set with attention to detail. Right out of the box, the Mos Eisley Cantina was a lot of fun. The build is straightforward without any new or confusing building techniques, and the instructions are very clear and well-organized. I really like the included minifigures. The Bith musicians are pitch-perfect in terms of proportion, and Greedo's color scheme is great. I also like that the Sand Trooper is unique from the ones included in the Droid Escape 9490 set. I only wish there were one or two more additional minifigures included as patrons of the cantina, like an Ithorian or maybe a Jawa. I was a little disappointed with the Dewback figure because its only articulation is in the jaws. The legs do not move. But Luke's sand speeder is just about perfect. The hidden storage compartment is a nice touch. The cantina itself is well-designed. It folds in on itself as an exterior building, and opens up for play inside. The mechanism for extending the interior booths is clever and makes it easy to add or remove minifigures as needed. But the best part to me is the attention to detail - from the sliding exterior door to the water trough, moisture evaporator, interior lights, and stocked bar - all make the Mos Eisley Cantina an inspiring set for imaginative play or recreating that memorable scene from Episode IV: A New Hope. Overall this is a terrific set with which I am very satisfied. But while you're playing with it, always remember: Han shot first!
Date published: 2014-11-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A classic scene This set reminds me of the late 1970's when the first Star Wars movie came out and everyone wanted the action figures and vehicles to reenact scenes from the movie. Mos Eisley Cantina offers that experience. The value of the set overall seems really good since you have a vehicle, a structural build, a large creature, and 8 minifigures. The vehicle is Lukes landspeeder. It has two seats for minifigs. There is a small compartment below the top engine. It is not large enough for the lightsabers, however can fit smaller things. The color is nice, although there are some stickers that take extra care to attach just right. The large creature is a dewback, which is the mount for the stormtrooper. It is fairly a decent size mold, and is likely the major element missing from the Droid Escape set. The building itself is hinged and is full of light and dark tan parts. There is a nice dome and some arches to go along with it. There is a bar area along with a place for the band to perform. There is another area with two seats and yet another small area with seats. The entrance has a sliding door feature. The band performer's area and one of the seating areas can be pushed out for easy access. The push out feature is a trough with a bone in it (for the dewback). A large tan dome can be hinged upward to allow access in from the top. The whole cantina can be folded in to make it fairly compact. There is also a vaporator build which can attach to the cantina. The set is generous with minifigures. For the mains, you have Luke Skywalker, Obi Wan Kenobi, and Han Solo. You get two lightsabers for Luke and Obi Wan. Han of course has a blaster which he will need. Greedo is included with a specially molded head. He looks fairly detailed and has a blaster to reenact the confrontation with Han. New to Lego are three identical Bith musicians who make up the Modal Nodes group. There are small instrument builds for two of them while the third presumable operates a contraption in the cantina. They have nice details as well. Then, you have a sandtrooper. Half of me really enjoys the detail on this guy while the other half almost wishes it was a generic stormtrooper to set up in other locations. The minifig selection is good. I figured Lego had to choose between adding three Bith musicians or providing us with the bartender, Ponda Baba and Dr. Evazan--the ones who wanted to pick a fight with Luke. Definitely, this is a nice set, and possibly the best of the wave. I like the minifigs and the colors especially. It does look like a nice desert scene, and like many, I am tempted to buy another one of these sets to expand the cantina and the band. I highly recommend at least one set.
Date published: 2014-09-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great set....two is even better! Bought this set for my kids 8 & 15, to build and they hand a great time. A really good looking set that is also fun to play with....but something was missing, so we went back and bought another and combined the two into, what we feel, is one complete Cantina. A second set allows you to add the 4th and 5th band member, extended the bar, add two more booths, and combine the Luke and Obi mini figures to make the bar tender. My 15 year old adjusted all the hinges so the two sets still close and work together. No additional Lego pieces were needed other then the ones found with the sets. The slide feature on the booths is pretty cool, as is the new look/color land speeder. The Deback is not buildable, but you can replace the saddle with included lego pieces to make the animal whole. Band members are pretty fun, and Greedo's new detail look is outstanding. As one set it closes up nicely to fit on a shelf, as two is closes up to a 12" x 12" set. All in all, whether one set or two, you get a total interior and exterior set that is pretty fun to play with! We strongly recommend this set....and if you can put two together, go for it!
Date published: 2014-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Han Shoots First This is the first Cantina set I have bought and I love it. The build itself was very simple, the collection of minifigures are really good (Greedo being my favourite) and I love the inclusion of the Dewback and the small moisture vaporator. The only thing i didn't like about this set is the amount of stickers for the speeder..I would have preferred printed bricks. As a person who collects and displays LEGO Star Wars sets, the Mos Eisley Cantina is an awesome addition to my small but growing collection.
Date published: 2014-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from finally!!! this is one of the best lego star wars sets of 2014 it has all new minifigures and it is totally better and bigger than the one in 2004 it rocks!!!! i also got set 75049 at the lego store.
Date published: 2014-08-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AWESOME!!!!! This is one of my favorite Lego Star Wars sets! It is worth every penny. I've been collecting Star Wars sets for only a little while but have a few and this one is by far the best for your money. You get a lot of minifigures and the set up is detailed and awesome. Great to look at and even better to play with! Definitely a must for any fan of Star Wars Legos.
Date published: 2014-08-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Going Somewhere, Solo? I couldn't wait for this set to be re-made and the wait was totally worth it. This set has 616 pieces, 8 minifigures (7 of which are new), a new Dewback and Luke's Landspeeder along with the cantina itself. Now onto the minifigures: Han Solo - Nothing really new about him. He has a double sided face with a stern and happy expressions, respectively. His accessory is a blaster pistol. The bad thing about him is you can see the other side of his head with his hair on so it looks strange. Luke Skywalker - A new minifigure. Luke comes in his Tatooine apparel with tousled hair. His expressions on his double sided face are happy and angry. His accessories are a pair of binoculars and his lightsaber. Obi-Wan Kenobi - Another new minifigure. Obi-Wan has new printing and comes with his blue lightsaber. Greedo - My favourite minifigure of the set. He has new printing all over and very detailed Rodian eyes with miniscule blue dots in them. He has an orange and blue jumpsuit and blaster pistol. Bith Band Musicians - Long awaited minifigures with very detailed alien heads. Two comes with pipe-like instruments and one plays a drum attached to the cantina. Sandtrooper - A very detailed minifigure who has been redesigned very well. He comes with a pike, pauldron and pack. Now for the Dewback. This is a Star Wars creature only found in the previous Mos Eisley Cantina but has now returned but with very accurate and new printing along with olive green skin. His back can be replaced with a large saddle which hold a rifle and some reins can also be attached to him. His mouth can also be opened. Luke's Landspeeder is also included in this set which is mainly built up of tanned orange bricks. It has a lot of stickers on it unfortunately and it has two seats for Obi-Wan and Luke. The Cantina itself has an attached moisture vaparator attached on the back next to a feeding trough with a large bone for the Dewback. The entrance has a sliding door and barrel on the outside. The interior features two chairs and a droid scanner. The large dome piece can be opened to play inside which is really nice. Next is the alcove where you can recreate the scene where Han Solo shoots Greedo. It has two large chairs and a table with a clear brick representing a can. The alcove adjacent to this is for the 3 Bith Musicians to perform. One Bith can sit down and play a drum, another can stand on an elevated platform and play his pipe whilst the other leads the performance at the front. Both of the alcoves can be pushed outwards by the trough to make it easier to play. The final part is the bar containing a blaster pistol and drinks galore along with the infamous drink making machine built from gold bricks. There is also a chest of drawers with a few credit chips. The nice thing about the whole cantina is that it can fold up. Pros: Figures Set Dewback Cons: Size Stickers
Date published: 2014-06-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good set.This set is fantastic it has great playable features and is detailed. This set also has some great minifigs including the cantina band and a very detailed sandtrooper. Well worth the buy.
Date published: 2014-06-02

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75052 LEGO Star Wars Mos Eisley Cantina™

75052 LEGO Star Wars Mos Eisley Cantina™

by LEGO®

Appropriate for ages: 8 - 14

Dimensions: 14.88000" H × 4.65000" W × 22.91000" L

Shipping weight: 6.44 lbs.

UPC: 673419210256