Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 9
Rated 5 out of 5 by JulesPandas125 The Clone War Begins!
This buildable figure is my only one, but in my opinion it is AMAZING! The price is just right and the function that shoots a missile from Jango Fett's jetpack is cool. Let's start this review with the structure of the figure. I wasn't sure if it would stand up by itself, but the feet are sturdy enough so that Jango stands up without someone having to support him. Now let's move on to the arms and legs. I love how the elbows, forearms, upper legs and below the knee can each bend and twist so that you can pose the figure in any possible way.
The overall appearance of this figure is spot-on! There are no cons to this figure, except that the directions can be difficult to follow at times (which is why it took my almost an hour to construct Jango). As long as you pay close attention to the instructions your Jango Fett should come out perfect. Here is a list of pros and cons that I hope you will find helpful.
-The figure's ability to stand
Overall, this buildable figure is a great addition to a Lego Star Wars collection!
06 May 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lynn72 Great present
The 11 year old I bought this for loved it.
26 March 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by spanishblau As close as you can get to Boba Fett
Jango Fett is a fine model, but I am a Boba Fett Fan. Easy build. LQQK at the custom Boba Fett that was created for me by a talented artist.
25 January 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by HMSGough Dissapointing
I've purchased all the figures so far. I still have to build Commander Cody. Vader was amazing, as was Obi Wan. Grievous was simply brilliant. But this one and Luke were disappointing.
Jango was especially disappointing as it's the first character thus far to not have rear leg detail "calves". It makes the character look lanky. I think these characters could be a lot of fun to expand on, but please take the time to increase the quality. I'd rather have paid the $24.99 for a better Luke and a better Jango.
Suggestions: Asajj Ventress, Count Dooku, Darth Maul, Clone Wars Anakin, C.W. Mace Windu
20 November 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Jman7 irrelevant set
Personally, this is a great set but JF is not a main enough character to include at least in the first series of SWBF. I would rather have seen Boba Fett; a iconic figure that many recognize. If this were the case I would substitute Commander Cody for Han Solo. It doesn't even make sense that they would pair up Cody with Jango if CC doesn't appear until AFTER JF dies. JF could be paired up with Obi-wan, but that leaves Cody all alone.
Plus I Think they should have done more figures on the original series instead of the prequels.
To start off I will review the feet. Unlike the other SWBF sets, the feet are not filled in with 1 by 3 beams, which is odd. The legs are repetitive like the other SWBF sets, except for holders that carry pistols. At last there is printing on the front of the legs, but they are identical to each other.
The arms, as always, are identical to the three other SWBF sets, except for for an arrow on the left arm. The bad part about it is that it's just for looks and you can't actually launch it.
The front plate looks great, including much deal from the movie. There is nothing really bad about it.
I expected the jetpack to be awesome, but instead it was the weakest point of the whole set. From the front, it looks great, but from the back it is too wide and doesn't remind me of JF's iconic jetpack. Also, the rocket launcher barely shoots. It has just enough power to detach and fall.
The two weapons that are included are two pistols. They are identical to the movie except for two pins that come out from the side, which connect to JF's side, which looks bad, but is necessary.
The head is the most iconic piece of any SWBF sets. The head/helmet is PERFECT!!! It is exactly identical to the one in the movie.
- Amazingly detailed [on the front]
- Great helmet
- Terrible jetpack with lack of playability
- Unfilled feet
Many people don't like that the feet are boney in the back. I actually don't mind and here's why. #1 If you display it you are not going to show it's back. #2 If there was covering on the legs then they would be thick and look bad. #3 Lego probably didn't cover them because that would add more pieces and they wanted to stay in the eighties [piece-wise] Even though I have listed more negatives than positives, this isn't a bad set. It just lacks playability but excels in detail and possibility. If you could only get one or two SWBF sets I would not recommend this one. I would recommend Obi-Wan or General Grievous. I have said this before but I am really disappointed in the jetpack. If it was better I would give this set a 5.
11 October 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jose0815 My Favorite Character Returns!
Jango and Boba Fett are my favorite two bad guys in the Star Wars Universe. I have the original Technic Jango Fett, and it is pretty cool. I will say LEGO has made a pretty spectacular remake of Jango! He is a bit shorter than I expected (but that is also standing next to the new Grievous). These new buildable figures are pretty cool and priced fair for what they are. I think this Jango makes a great addition to my SW collection, especially all my other LEGO Jango and Boba Fett sets! Well done!
10 September 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by DarthSauron88 Jango Fett
When I first saw this one i didn't care for it . the only one i wanted was Vader. I got this as a surprise and I am fond of this set. this is easily one of the best build able figures of Star wars. luke looks the worst by the way. Jango's coloring looks excellent. I love the helmet/head. The only thing i dislike is the back of its legs. so overall I gibe this set a
06 September 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by sonofajelly Nice figure
Without doubt, new posable builds have an amazing upside when it comes to playability of the set. As an adult now, it was a reminder of how much fun I had with BIonicles when I was young.
If I had to point out the downside, the armor pieces on the arm sometimes restrict from setting some poses. Also the missile on the back does not shoot that far. I guess that was for safety reasons, but I do wish if the missile would actually fire, instead of just come loose and fall. Also the building process itself becomes quite repetitive if you purchase other figures such as Obi-Wan, Darth Vader, etc. The only variable factors are the accessories of each characters. Lastly, as a display, the front looks amazing, yet the back looks a bit boney.
Although I've seem to have listed more negatives than the positives, it is still a great character to own, if you're a Star Wars fan. If not, some sets like Speed Champions would be a set that is around the same price range, has much more fun building process, albeit slightly less play value.
06 September 2015