Review of LEGO Star Wars 75334 Obi-Wan Kenobi vs. Darth Vader
by Nuno Sousa

Review of LEGO Star Wars 75334 Obi-Wan Kenobi vs. Darth Vader

Sep 08, 2022
When we look at this set, and we seem to recognize it, it's because it's true.
This set is very similar to the previous versions of this ship, a Delta 7-class Jedi Starfighter. There are some changes, but for those who have the previous versions, it will be a little more of the same. But when we talk about minifigures, here the subject changes a lot.
Obi-Wan Kenobi™ vs. Darth Vader™

In fact, this will be another set that will be hugely successful, not for the construction itself (which is good, don't think otherwise), but for the minifigures it brings. The ship's design isn't perfect, but it was well done, considering the value of the set. I really liked the simple and effective technique of attaching the ship's wings to the main model.

The dominant colors are white and dark red, with several stickers to recreate details (I understand why, but those who know me know that I am not in favor of stickers. If I have to, let them be printed pieces). Just a rant about the plastics used to simulate the glasses.
LEGO should find a solution to have them well protected, as it is very common for them to be all scratched, which is what happened to mine. I know LEGO exchanges, but it has happened to me to receive 3 exchange pieces, and they all come crossed out.

The set has 3 minifigures. We have an exclusive Obi-Wan Kenobi minifigure in the set, which is very well done. Good colors and prints. I liked the fact that the minifigure can be exposed with the hair or with the hood, because in the movie we can see Obi-Wan wearing it because of the typical Kamino rain.
Obi-Wan Kenobi™ vs. Darth Vader™

Also, the head has two sides. On one side, the communicator is visible, while on the other side, the communicator is no longer visible and the facial expression changes.

As expected, the minifigure has a blue lightsaber. Along with Obi-Wan and accompanying the ship, we have a Droid, the R4-P17, with print only on the front. Now we have what will be the most desirable minifigure in this set. The first Kaminoan minifigure made available by LEGO. And LEGO did an excellent job. There were many rumors about what this minifigure would look like.

Many believed it would be a mini-doll version. I saw some versions and liked it. But I confess that I really liked this version and keeping the typical minifigure. Good colors, prints, long neck and face details make this an excellent minifigure.

I remember that this character is Taun We and when you look at the minifigure you see that. Now the question remains: is this the only Kaminoan or will we have more in the future? Parts and value The set costs €34.99 (although we can find it in several places at the original price, which was €29.99).

Comprising 282 pieces, at €0.12 per piece, which is quite a high value, even for a Star Wars set that normally has a somewhat high value per piece. In summary, a well done set, for the price level, although the original price is the fairest for what it offers.

For those who already have the previous versions, you won't see anything new here, but you will probably buy the set for the minifigures.
You can buy Obi-Wan Kenobi™ vs. Darth Vader™ in the LEGO Shop today. 
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