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REVIEW: 7124 Flash Speeder

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7124 Flash Speeder

Name: Flash Speeder

Theme: Star Wars Episode I

Set Number: 7124

Pieces: 105

Year released: 2000

Minifigures: 1

Price: Can't remember

The box has been long gone but here's the instruction manual.

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Back.

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Minifig page.

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Random page.

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The awesome Naboo Security Officer (available in no other sets).

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The speeder with the Naboo Security Officer.

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What's this? A hidden compartment?

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With binoculars inside!

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The Security Officer likes them aswell!

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Printed controls.

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Back of the speeder.

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The gun.

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The cockpit. Notice another printed piece in the bottom of the photo.

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The Officer in his speeder.

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Price: ?/10 - Can't remember.

Parts: 9/10 - Love all the green pieces. The printed parts are also nice.

Playability: 8/10 - Played with it a lot when I was younger. Has nice features such as the rotating gun and the hidden compartment.

Minifig: 10/10 Love it. Exclusive for this set.

Final: 8/10 - Good set, with a great minifig. Could have maybe used another fig plus a blaster for the officer.

Edited by Mischa07

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This is a very good set. nice way to get green and brown :thumbup:

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Great review! (The same thing I said in your other two reviews :tongue: )

I wish that LEGO would still have all printed pieces instead of some printed pieces and many stickers. :hmpf_bad:

According to Peeron (again :tongue: ), the MSRP price of the Flash Speeder was $10.00 USD. I don't know how much it cost in the Netherlands, though.

EDIT: I voted average for this set.

Edited by ILikePi

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Thanks. I really hate those damn stickers. I keep all of my LEGO in the attic and I've noticed that some of the stickers have started to come off. So when I press them flat again, they break off :cry_sad:

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Poll added.

Thanks for another review.

I guess I'll have to update the review index one of these days :thumbup:

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Thanks for another good review :classic:

This is a nice set. It's one of the few sets i got on my only over-seas holiday to Aussie. Looking back, i probably over-paid for it, but hey, no regrets, right :tongue:

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I like this speeder even tough i dont have it. :cry_sad: I like the green they used its really good for the ship. I like the pilot that comes with it, simple yet elegant. :classic:

Edited by Roncanator

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Awesome review :thumbup: I wish I had really gotten this set and bought a few but too bad I missed out

on it :tongue:

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A fine review of a fine set! this set was designed nicely IMO and the figs is decent. KimT must have so many new reviews to put in now!

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Thanks. I really hate those damn stickers. I keep all of my LEGO in the attic and I've noticed that some of the stickers have started to come off. So when I press them flat again, they break off :cry_sad:

I just don't put them on in the first place. too much hassle trying to get them in excactly the right place.

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Good job on the review 'mischa'. Seeing your review makes me nostalgic of the early days of SW sets. I wasn't able to get this set back then, so its nice to see someone make a review of this one. This was, IMO, this is one of the better designed sets back then, considering the fewer assortment of pieces.

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