Lego 75328 Star Wars Mandalorian Helmet Review

Lego 75328 Star Wars Mandalorian Helmet Review

If you’re a Star Wars fan, you know who The Mandalorian is.  Even if you’re not a fan or haven’t seen the show, you haven’t been able to avoid its impact on popular culture.

Capitalizing on both the popularity and iconic imagery of the Mandalorian, along with the popularity of Star Wars helmets in general, LEGO has now given you a chance to build your very own Mandalorian helmet with the LEGO 75328 Star Wars The Mandalorian Helmet set.

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Set Details
LEGO Star Wars The Mandalorian Helmet (75328)
  • Set #:  75328
  • MSRP (USA): $59.99
  • Piece Count: 584
  • Minifigures: None
  • Price Per Piece: $0.103
  • Release Date: 3/1/2022
  • Age Rating: 18+
  • Build Time:  60 – 90 minutes
  • Building Instructions: Click Here

Box Contents

The box art is reminiscent of other products in LEGO’s Helmet Collection of sophisticated display pieces, like Boba Fett’s.  It has a photo of the proverbial Mandalorian’s helmet backlit with an almost sepia light, which fits well with the Western nature of the show.

The style of the is also similar to LEGO Architecture boxes, emphasizing the appearance of the final product, especially since there are no minifigures or vehicles involved.

Inside the box, you’ll find 584 bricks separated into five bags.  Also, you’ll find a typical LEGO instruction manual with an introduction from Jens Kronvold Frederiksen, the Creative Director for LEGO Star Wars.

Outside of the helmet, the set also comes with a stand and display name plate once fully assembled.

Building Notes

The Mandalorian helmet isn’t a complex build, but it is a detailed and intricate one.  It’s not a huge set and the level of effort invested into its construction will vary from builder to builder.

That being said, the lack of articulating pieces and the fact it’s a single item vice a variety of buildings or star ships, for example, that you might find in playsets with the same or similar number of pieces makes this set relatively grounded and quicker to complete.

LEGO Minifigures & Characters

Well, there’s not much more to cover here outside of what’s already been covered.  That being said, and as a reminder, this LEGO set is the helmet of the Mandalorian character from the Disney+ show of the same name.

Although it’s only a helmet, it’s still a great set that celebrates one of the most iconic helmets of modern pop culture. 

Because it is a helmet and not a playset like a Star Wars vehicle or base, the lack of minifigures is not a drawback and is completely appropriate for this investment at this price point.

Collectible Display vs Playability

It’s hard to imagine incorporating the Mandalorian helmet into play.  The biggest attraction of it and other LEGO helmets is how good they look on display. 

LEGO literally refers to this line of helmets as “build-to-display” models for adults that are discerning hobbyists.

Besides the impressive level of detail that all of the LEGO Star Wars helmets have, the Mandalorian helmet further stands apart by capturing the sheen of the helmet’s exotic metal appearance from the show. 

The look of beskar is accomplished by using fantastic drum-lacquered pieces that also emphasize the helmet’s natural contours.

Thinking about playability more, though, it’s possible that the Mandalorian helmet may work well as a stand-in for Nowhere, the severed head of an Eternal, if you’re looking to incorporate it into your Guardians of the Galaxy sets.

More Brick For Your Buck

With only 584 pieces and zero minifigures, many may think the suggested retail price of $59.99 is a bit high. 

However, as stated above, this set and others in its line are meant for adults who are Star Wars fans and love LEGOs but may be more interested in the display and look than functionality and playability.

The target consumer here is absolutely the hobbyist who loves both models and Star Wars.  It’s the same group that also probably routinely invests in LEGO Architecture sets. 

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And the prices for the helmets are on par with the prices for those same Architecture sets with a similar amount of detail and complexity.

Potential Lego Investment Value

The interesting thing about Star Wars collectibles, especially LEGO Star Wars sets, is that they already come with a built-in collector’s value.  Yes, some will always be more valuable than others, but when a really popular set hits, the value can skyrocket.

Part of the key to how valuable a Star Wars set becomes is how iconic the representation is.  Think about the sets that always grow in value, no matter what, based on look and name alone.  The Millennium Falcon, the AT-AT, the Death Star, Boba Fett’s ship, etc.

This will no doubt hold true for LEGO helmets down the road, as well.  The Mandalorian helmet is already iconic, like Boba Fett’s.  With a LEGO display set in their image, of course the value’s going to go up.

How much they will go up, though, only time will tell.  You need to sell this for about $148 to double your money if you paid retail price.

Luckily, the Mandalorian helmet is a pretty fresh release, so there’s still a decent amount of time to get one while it’s still at the original retail price.

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Final Thoughts

The LEGO 75328 Star Wars The Mandalorian Helmet set is exactly what you would expect in such a buildable collectible. 

Detailed, intricate, and great looking.  If you’re a hobbyist, a LEGO enthusiast, a Star Wars fan, and if you like to display pop culture icons, this may be the set for you.

How Many Pieces are in LEGO Star Wars 75328 The Mandalorian Helmet?

There are 584 pieces in the 75328 Lego set.

How Long Does It Take To Build LEGO Star Wars 75328 The Mandalorian Helmet?

The 584 pieces come in five separate bags.  It usually takes a regular person about 60 minutes for every 250 pieces.  That being said, this one should take between 60 and 90 minutes.

How Much Does LEGO Star Wars 75328 The Mandalorian Helmet Cost?

The LEGO website lists it for $59.99.

How Big Is LEGO Star Wars 75328 The Mandalorian Helmet?

The finished dimensions are about 7 inches tall with the stand and about 4 inches wide and deep.  So, it’s about the size of a grapefruit, but on its own stand.

Jeremy Starke
Jeremy Starke
My passion for Lego began when I was a young boy and loved playing with my Lego sets. Like most kids as I grew up, I moved onto to other things and my Mom never saved my sets. (Yikes!!!!) Fast forward to when I started working the 9-5, I reconnected again with Lego and it has been a part of my adult life as an AFOL (Adult Fan Of Lego).
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