Images have surfaced showing off what may be the finalized and shipped version of the Razor Crest from HasLabs—first reported by Rebel Scum via Instagram. The handful of photos depicts the ship itself on the included stand, the box, packing materials, the cockpit, and some of the extras Hasbro included.
The Razor Crest was another crowdfunding campaign launched by Hasbro. It kicked off in September 2022 and blew past its required 6k backers with a final total of 28,122. The estimating shipping date was early 2022, and we are indeed in that time frame.
The toy itself is part of the 3.75″ Vintage Collection. It measures 30″ long, 10.5″ tall, and 20″ wide. Not bad at all. The project was announced when the second season aired, but all the accessories are based on the first season.
The ship’s features include:
- The cockpit opens to reveal a fully detailed interior with three seats that fit Vintage Collection figures
- Detachable engines and removeable hull panels to recreate the season 1 scenes of the Jawas breaking down the ship for scrap
- A weapons locker with included, removeable, show-inspired weapons accessories to make sure your figures are always ready for whatever the galaxy throws at them
- A carbon freezing chamber and cargo hold with cargo netting
- Bounty hunters can make an entrance — or a fast exit — with opening rear and side doors and lowering ramps
- Removeable landing gear
- Bunk area with space for a figure to hide
I’m glad this campaign succeeded since large ships are rarely produced anymore for the Star Wars line. The recent Falcon was just a rehash of an older toy, but now costing you $200 more than when it was first released. I’ve yet to see one in the wild.
Tragically, Hasbro squandered the momentum built up by the Razor Crest when it came to the Rancor. I’m not sure what they were thinking. Oh, well.
[Source: Rebel Scum]
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