LEGO Star Wars The Razor Crest 75331 Officially Revealed!

The in-store display leak a couple of days ago gave us a sneak peek at the upcoming LEGO Star Wars The Razor Crest 75331 but now we have the full product images that gives us a much better look at the highly anticipated set.

The LEGO Razor Crest is massive at minifigure scale as it also sports full interiors with a cockpit, carbon freezing chamber and escape pod.

There is definitely a higher level of detail that was awarded to this model as The Razor Crest is essentially this generation’s Millennium Falcon.

Clocking in at 6187 pcs, the fully built model measures 72cm from bow to stern and sports a height of 24cm and a width of 50cm so you’d need a sizeable space to display this bad boy.

It comes with three minifigures which includes an exclusive print of Din Djarin, Mythrol and Kuiil along with a Grogu baby figure. There is also a brick built Blurrg for Kuiil to ride on. 

The LEGO Star Wars The Razor Crest 75331 will have a recommended retail price of £519,99 /  €599,99 / USD$599.99 and will be available to LEGO VIP members on the 3rd of October and the public on the 7th of October.

While I’m loving the design of the latest entry to the Ultimate Collectors Series, the price point is definitely prohibitive.

At 600 euros, this will probably translate to approximately SGD$1000 when it launches here in Singapore and that is a lot of money to part with at one go. Guess I better start saving those Galactic credits.


  • 72 cm (length)  
  • 50 cm (width)  
  • 24 cm (height) 
  • 6187 pcs
  • Price: £519,99/ €599,99/ $599.99

Key functions and features include: 

  • Removable engines and cockpit, an escape pod, and a mini figure-size carbon-freezing chamber
  • A display stand and information plaque
  • Four Minifigures featuring the following characters from The Mandalorian series: Grogu™, the Mandalorian™, Mythrol™, and Kuiil™ on a buildable Blurrg™ 

2 responses to “LEGO Star Wars The Razor Crest 75331 Officially Revealed!”

  1. Merlijn says:

    Very nice, but… all that interior space and they didn’t even install his toilet? I made one for the small playset and could even squeeze in a sink 🙂

  2. Ed says:

    Does every single LEGO set seriously have to be called a “bad boy”? It’s a LEGO set. It’s not bad and it’s not a boy, so just stop.

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