The set: AT-AT Microfighter (Set 75075)
The price: £8.99 (0.10p per brick)
Bricks in the box: 88
Time to build: 15-20 minutes
The instruction manual is a small, stapled booklet, folded in the box. Like the packaging it comes with the series 2 marker. It’s 31 pages and 23 steps to build the model. At the back is an advert for the Microfighters app!
A simple build, that’s very appropriate for kiddies. Not much to watch out for, but I do love the way the legs and feet are put together that make him very poseable!
The minifigure with this microfighter is an AT-AT driver. His torso is printed on both sides, and his legs on the front. He has a wonderfully detailed helmet. He has a one sided face, looking somewhat on the grumpy side. He comes with a standard small blaster.
This set is small, but for the price you get a minifigure and a very well designed mini AT-AT. The AT-AT is adorable, and like his big brother model, you can pose him as if he was a puppy! So cute! As a model for play, he’s pretty sturdy and shouldn’t fall apart too easily!