This 62-piece build includes miniature versions of the R2-D2, the GNK (aka Gonk) droid from Solo: A Star Wars Story and MSE droid that come in the programmable 75253 Boost Droid Commander set – which is available now for $199.99 – and word is that an upcoming promotion will them in miniature.
If you can’t wait two days you could try building it yourself, because French language site Hoth Bricks has found that the instructions are available to download.
For the most part the bricks, including the printed “20 Years LEGO Star Wars” tile – are available through with other sets. The exception being the white 2 x 2 roof bricks with seven vertical black lines, which are exclusive to this polybag.
If these have got you interested in 75253 Boost Droid Commander then check out what LEGO designer/Ron Swanson-lookalike Carl Merriam has to say about it.
We’ll be back with more on how this polybag can be attained as soon as we receive confirmation. Stay tuned for our own review, provided by Son of LEGOscum & Co, soon.
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This post originally appeared on Rebelscum.com on the 7th of September, 2019.
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