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75274-1: TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet
Published 2 years ago
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Challenge your construction skills and evoke memories of classic Star Wars™ battle scenes with this LEGO® Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274) buildable display model! A wonderful gift idea for Star Wars connoisseurs aged 18+ and any experienced LEGO builder, the iconic contours and details of the helmet are beautifully recreated with LEGO bricks plus graphics stickers.

Show off elite-class building skills to construct this sleek Star Wars™ TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274). A wonderful display model to delight any fan, it’s all about the beautiful LEGO® brick-built details.
The iconic design of a TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet is replicated in LEGO® bricks plus graphics stickers to spark memories of epic Star Wars™ movie scenes, and the base with nameplate makes for a cool display.
This LEGO® set is part of a series of collectible LEGO Star Wars™ build-to-display model kits – also check out the Stormtrooper Helmet (75276) and Boba Fett Helmet (75277).
This 723-piece Star Wars™ construction kit delivers an immersive, challenging build for experienced LEGO® builders and makes the best birthday gift, Christmas present or special surprise for any Star Wars fan aged 18+.
The TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet measures 7” (18cm) high, 5” (13cm) wide and 6” (15cm) deep – it doesn’t need much space for display, but its striking, authentic details are sure to catch the eye of every passerby!
No batteries required! This collectible LEGO® Star Wars™ TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet building set offers a stress-relieving build with LEGO bricks only. So zone out and enjoy creating a beautiful display piece!
Buying this cool building toy for a big Star Wars™ fan who is a LEGO® beginner? Don’t worry. It comes with easy-to-follow instructions so they can open the box and take on this complex build with confidence.
There is a rich variety of LEGO® Star Wars™ sets to delight fans of all ages, whether they want to role-play scenes from the movies, dream up their own epic stories or just build and display the awesome models.
No need to use the Force to connect or pull apart LEGO® bricks! Ever since 1958, they have met the highest industry standards to ensure that they fit together perfectly and with ease.
LEGO® bricks and pieces are crushed, twisted, dropped, heated and analyzed to ensure that this fun Star Wars™ building set meets the highest safety standards on planet Earth (and in every galaxy!).

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2 years ago
I added the flexible tubes and repositioned the wheels
2 years ago
Scrubs thanks so much! it was too difficult for me
2 years ago
It took me a while and it is not perfect. I don't understand how you can put 18 wheels on the tube. I also just 17. I guess the tube is a bit longer than the 160mm that it is supposed to be.
2 years ago
At the underside connection of the tube, it's all the way in the Technic pin. If you put if halfway in, an extra wheels might be possible.
2 years ago
Yes, that would make sense. I don’t really feel like pilling these things up again
don’t think anybody will notice.
2 years ago
Scrubs can you make a cool render of all 3 helmets?)
2 years ago
I will try tomorrow.
2 years ago
@Scrubs, I won't notice, but now I know

I was planning on building these helmets anyway; I will try to sort it out and replace the upper cable with the new ones
2 years ago
@Stas & Scrubs, fixed. The tubes now included 18 wheels each, while retaining the correct length of the cable. Took me a good hour to do
12 months ago
please can you looking my models please
2 months ago
I was going to make these helmets anyway, so I'll attempt to figure it out and replace the upper cable with the new ones. Yes, I believe that is correct. I'm not sure I want to pile these things up again; I don't think anyone will notice. Then I'll share 5 family board games with you, along with more info about the games.
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