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[Review] 2020 LEGO Star Wars 75267 Mandalorian Battle Pack


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In celebration of The Mandalorian Season 2 starting I am going to review set 75267 Mandalorian Battle Pack.

This set contains 102 pieces and features four minifigures, one speeder bike, and a defense fort/ambush point.

Full disclosure; While being a big Star Wars fan, I don’t have too many SW sets in my Lego collection. Prior to getting the Mandalorian sets the Lego SW Microfighters Series 1 sets were the last Lego SW purchases of mine. 


Released in the US on 1/20/2020 the set retails for $14.99 USD and is rated for kids 6+ and any Adult with spouse/partner permission.

At the time of this review the set is currently available from all major Lego retailers.


Product description from Lego


Limitless adventures await youngsters as they build their own army with this Mandalorian Battle Pack (75267)! This compact construction playset includes 4 LEGO® Star Wars™ Mandalorian warrior minifigures with stud-shooting blasters, a buildable defense fort and a Mandalorian speeder bike with 2 stud shooters to spark children's imaginations. Another dimension! The printed building instructions that come with all LEGO sets are easy to follow, but interactive Instructions PLUS, available within the free LEGO Life app, add another dimension. Even younger kids can simply zoom in on, rotate and view the construction model as they build the real-life version. Awesome! Star Wars action in LEGO style! The LEGO Group has been creating brick-built versions of iconic Star Wars starships, vehicles, locations and characters for over two decades. There is a huge array of sets for play and display that make great Christmas presents and birthday or special occasion gifts for fans of all ages.

  • Kids can build a fearsome Mandalorian army, recreate exciting scenes from Star Wars: The Mandalorian TV show and develop their own exciting stories with this cool kids’ building toy (75267).
  • There are many ways to play out battles with 4 Star Wars™ Mandalorian warrior minifigures, each with stud-shooting blasters, a defense fort with an attachment point for a blaster, and a stud-shooting speeder bike.
  • A fun way for young Star Wars™ fans to collect an army, and there are lots of LEGO® building bricks to inspire them to build and play solo, with friends and in combination with other LEGO Star Wars sets they own.
  • Fast to build – and to rebuild after battles – the 102-piece Star Wars™ Mandalorian construction toy playset is a great-value gift for boys and girls aged 6+ on their birthday, at Christmas or for a special surprise.
  • The LEGO® Star Wars™ Mandalorian Speeder measures over 1” (4cm) high, 3” (8cm) long and 2” (6cm) wide – a nice size to slip into your child's backpackalong with the fort and minifigures for play on the go.
  • This collectible LEGO® construction toy is powered by children’s creativity – no batteries required – so their adventures with Star Wars™ characters never stop!
  • Help even younger children develop their building skills with Instructions PLUS, available in the free LEGO® Life app, which allow them to zoom in on, rotate and visualize the construction model while they build.
  • LEGO® Star Wars™ sets are brilliant for kids (and adult fans) to recreate iconic scenes from the Star Wars saga, make up their own unique stories or build and display the cool construction toys.
  • Ever since 1958, LEGO® bricks have met the highest industry standards, which ensures that they connect perfectly and pull apart easily every time – no need to use the Force!
  • LEGO® bricks and pieces are heated, crushed, dropped, twisted and analyzed, ensuring that every building set meets the highest safety standards on planet Earth (and in galaxies far, faraway!).


Box Front / Back


Pictured is the front of the box. Unfortunately there is no Mandalorian branding on the packaging which bums me out a little.


The back pictures do a good job of showing what the sets playability will give.


Contents and the build


The set comes in three bags. One of which is the mesh dot bags which reminds me of the sets I would get as a kid. I get nostalgic feelings when I open these mesh bags so I’m very interested to see if the new paper bags will deliver a similar feeling down the road. 


Opened bags = Let's get building!


The figures do not have any face prints, which works because a Mandalorian shouldn’t be taking their helmet off. This is the way.


Minifigures fully assembled and ready for some bounties.


**Caution** The fins of the speeder bike fins are limited in movement and snap off if moved past a point.


Speeder ready for battle!


Construction of the Defense Point. Unfortunately the Defense point doesn’t do much for me. An alternate build using both the speeder and defense point parts would have been appreciated.


Extra Pieces


The visors are nice extra pieces, but I don’t think I’ll use them for these figures.


Final Build



The minifigures all have nice figure prints. All prints are unique except for the brown suit legs which does not have a print. (Stands not included in the set)


Suggestions / Tweaks / Personal Opinions

Weapons/ Accessories:

I think a rifle or other long range weapon would have been nice to mix up the Bounty Hunter looks. While all four minifigs come with capes, a backpack/ rocket pack should have been included.


The addition of a couple trans-clear round 2 x 2 bricks would have been awesome to give the speeder a hovering look (think lego dimensions stands).

Defense point:

A weapons locker/ rack would have fit better in place of the defense point. 


Set Ratings

  • Design: 7/10

  • Build: 7/10

  • Minifigures: 9/10

  • Playability: 6/10

  • Parts: 8/10

  • Price: 7/10

  • Overall rating: 7/10


Overall Thoughts

While this is a great army builder or display set I think some minor tweaks could have produced higher playability. Overall the set should appeal to a SW fan of any age and fit well in any collection.






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