The turkey’s done — even the leftovers — and now it’s time to get into holiday shopping mode. Maybe you’re looking for deals on kitchen equipment, cribs and swings for a new baby, or some tech? If you want to make holiday toy shopping less stressful this year, the smart move is to pick from larger toy brands because they have a better chance of weathering the supply chain issues. That’s why we’d load up on Legos like this Star Wars AT-ST Raider.
Little Star Wars fans, and their parents, will get a kick out of building this 540 piece set, which is usually $50. With four mini-figures there is an epic battle waiting as soon as the last pieces are snapped together. This set uses colored bricks and plenty of stickers to jazz up an older AT-ST design and has just enough technical elements to challenge builders 8 years and older.
The 540-piece kit comes with four mini-figures, including the Mandalorian, Cara Dune, and a pair of Klatooinian Raiders. Once your kid is done building, they’ll have a 9-inch-tall toy with moveable legs and a knob that rotates the cockpit. This model shares a lot of the building step-by-step and features with the original AT-ST but it does add a bunch of color on the legs and body to help it stand apart from Star Wars gray.
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