LEGO Star Wars Yodas Hut 75208
Train with Luke at Yoda’s hideaway home on Dagobah. Balance boxes using the Force and pull a one-armed handstand to show Luke’s skills. Force jump into the air with Yoda on his back and swing from the vine like a true Jedi! When darkness falls, rest up to prepare for another hard day's training…and watch out for the hidden snake!
Learn the ways of the Force with this LEGO® Star Wars Yoda’s Hut set, featuring foldout training sections, a ‘vine’ to swing from, a detailed interior, 2 minifigures and R2-D2.
Features & Benefits
- Train with Luke at Yoda’s Dagobah hideout!
- Includes Yoda and Luke Skywalker minifigures plus an R2-D2 figure.
- Age Range: 7 to 12
- Piece Count: 229
This set is a must-have for any fan!
I have been wanting a Yoda minifigure for a while now, although I didn't like the design in the Yoda's Starfighter set; thankfully, Lego had released an updated version of Yoda's hut with all-new minifigures!
That being said, the minifigures are by far the best ones in recent sets withing the $34.99 CAD price range.
You get a brand-new Luke Skywalker (with a new dark-tan hairpiece) in his Dagobah outfit, a new Dagobah Yoda design, and an amazingly printed R2-D2 covered in mud!
They come with cool accessories as well. Yoda has his walking stick, Luke has a backpack for Yoda to ride on (along with his blue lightsaber) and the set also comes with a small cooking pot, a red snake and a carrot for food!
The set itself is great, although my only complaint is the fact that it only comes with HALF of the hut. I understand it is meant to have play features and easy accessibility, but I had to purchase a second one of these to complete his hut, which I have no problem with.
It took around 30 minutes to build, which is a short time in my opinion (not a bad thing, though!)
If anyone is debating between the Ahch-Tu Island set or this, I recommend Yoda's hut by a longshot.
I own both, and find Yoda's hut to be more iconic and an overall better build.
- new minifigs exclusive to this set
- revamped hut build compared to the last version from 2003
- very awesome neck bracket piece that Luke wears
- great colour scheme and interior builds
- only half of yoda's hut
- the other half isn't that great, doesn't necessarily resemble the Dagobah environment besides the "floating" box that Luke lifts using the force
- the price is kind of eh, but General Grievous' speeder is the same price, so consider this a great value if you look at it objectively (listed as a con due to me having to buy 2 sets to complete the hut 100%)
Overall, this set is an 8.5/10 for me. Love it!
The build was super fun and appreciated all the play action features packed in to recreate all the memories that go along with the scene.
Luke by far is my favorite minifigure in this set...it was so great to get him so well updated, and really dig the âdirtyâ R2-D2 print as well. The Yoda minifig Head sculpt is probably the best Iâve seen in Lego form and Happy to get him as well. The only interesting hiccup is the way Yoda fits on Lukeâs backpack harness, but thatâs an easy fix, (I just placed Yodaâs Torso directly on the pack pack piece and used a couple of tan and lime green 1x1 wedges that were extra in the set to simulate one of yodas feet sticking out the bottom) pictured below:)
All and all a Great set period. Thanks Lego!!
I highly Recommend this set
Yodaâs hut looks great, as you can see on the box. Thereâs the little circular window on the side that R2-D2 peers into on Episode V, a vine for Luke to swing from, Yodaâs bed that can fold up to make room for playing inside, clear pieces to display/play Luke practicing the Force, a table inside the hut, a launching pad for Luke to flip, and the pot of nasty soup can actually hang above the firepit!
Building the set was very enjoyable. While it may seem flimsy during the build, the finished product is fairly sturdy. Also, R2-D2âs swamp gunk looks great.