It may not be the coveted Boba Fett rocket-bombarded action figure, nor may it offer as many play options as the $ 800 LEGO Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon.
But if you're a fan of The Mandalorian, whose second season kicks off on Friday, Hasbro's $ 350 Razor Crest is possibly the greatest Star Wars toy in a long time. At 30 inches long, 20 inches wide and 10.5 inches high, it is large enough to recreate a whole host of the iconic scenes from the Disney + show in its cockpit and hold – using standard figures of 3, 75 inches – and the entire ship is full – full of details.
You'll find a packed gun drawer, carbonite freezer and Baby Yoda's hideout inside, plus seventeen different panels that you can remove to see the ship, show damage, or pretend a gang of Jawas had it for you Parts dismantled – without the engines, main rifles and landing gear, which also all come loose.
There's also a detachable escape pod large enough to hold Mando, a hidden rear cannon, and two collapsible loading docks. You don't need to find your own crew either: the Mandalorian comes with its signature weapons, a full set of Beskar armor and a cloth cloak, and it looks like the kid has a blanket, bone broth and a fully chrome-plated -out hover.
Sure, it costs $ 350, you have to pretend you're crowdfunding the product to buy one, and the chances are it won't look as good as the model in these pictures – Hasbro warns You before that with a "paint model" and that the "product may vary in the final production". The company also doesn't plan to ship it until the fall of 2021, so you'll have to wait a full year.
But hey, it's only a little over twice the price of a Mandalorian standard Xbox gamepad. You have 11:59 PM ET on November 9th to read the gigantic image gallery above, the video below, and the product page before making your decision.