LEGO Star Wars 75321 The Razor Crest Microfighter Review

LEGO Star Wars 75321 The Razor Crest Microfighter Set Review

The Lego Star Wars Razor Crest Microfighter is latest edition to the Star Wars microfighter family of bricks. It’s a very interesting set that I think would be a great addition to any Lego Star Wars collector’s collection.

The Mandalorian has become a popular show on the Disney Plus network and has a huge following, but does microscale Lego brick version beat out its full build brick version of the Razor Crest and worthy of an addition.  The Razor Crest has become one of those iconic vehicles in the Star Wars universe.

At first glance on the final build, the Lego Star Wars Razor Crest microfighter 75321 does not really look much like a the full build of the Razor Crest.  Most previous microfighters like the Tie Fighter or Millennium Falcon are pretty indistinguishable, but this one is a bit more familiar.

Does this Razor Crest fair better than in the series? Stick around for the LEGO Star Wars 75321 The Razor Crest Microfighter Review. Let’s build this one and check out the Mandalorian LEGO minifigure to see.

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Set Details
LEGO Star Wars The Razor Crest Microfighter (75321)
  • Set #: 75321
  • MSRP (USA): $9.99
  • Piece Count: 98
  • Minifigures: 1
  • Price Per Piece: $0.10
  • Release Date: 1/1/2022
  • Age Rating: 6+
  • Build Time: ~ 10 minutes

Box Contents

The box art is from the tragedy scene of the Razor Crest in the Star Wars show Mandalorian.  The box has the normal microfighter thumb press to open the box that all previous ones have. 

The Din Djarin minifigure is shown on the box in 2 different color armors, but the one in the front is the one that is included.Both are in different shades of brown.  Not certain what that was about, but the one on the front includes the Mandalorian Lego minifigure you get in the box.

There are 2 bags separated out in to larger and smaller pieces.  The instruction booklet is 63 pages with your normal instruction layout.

Building Notes

This build of this LEGO Star Wars vehicle went fairly smooth as you can expect for a smaller set but the beginning was a little awkward and it fell apart during 2 steps. While I don’t expect too much detail in any of the LEGO Star Wars micro builds, it really fell short in my opinion.

It kept falling apart during half during the build as I was placing some of the smaller tile pieces on. Maybe those with smaller fingers won’t struggle as much.  

Once the LEGO Star Wars microfighter build was complete, it was also a bit difficult to get the minifigure to sit in the seat without some wiggling because of the backpack. 

The complete build took about 15 mins, but that was because it fell apart twice, so maybe it takes about 10-12 mins.

LEGO Minifigures & Characters

The LEGO Star Wars sole minifigure that is included is:

The Mandalorian (Din Djarin / ‘Mando’) – Silver Beskar Armor, Jet Pack

The detail on this Mandalorian minifigure is ok.  This minifigure was also included in at least 1 other LEGO Star Wars set – 75319 The Armorer’s Mandalorian Forge. This version comes with a blaster pistol as well.  The helmet could have had better detail and the jet pack was not very realistic.  As you can tell, this was not one of our favorite LEGO Star Wars microfighters to build. 

On a positive note, the printing detail on the minifgure body was really detailed and pretty much spot on if you look at the real character.

Collectible Display vs Playability

The good thing about the LEGO Star Wars microfighters is that they are both collectible and playable.  Although, the design was  a little shabby, it still should be added to your collection especially if you have all the older microfighters. 

It might be a little tough to tell which ship it is without Djarin in it.

The stud shooters that are included are pretty cool and the structure is well put together once completed for those that like to use these as play vehicles.  The edge goes slightly to playablilty just because LEGO could have done better with the overall design.

More Brick For Your Buck

This LEGO Star Wars microfighter checks in at the normal $9.99 price point.  So far, the LEGO Star Wars battle packs and polybags have seen a slight increase but these have remained the same as they should. 

Despite the misses on the design, it is still a fair value considering that the Mandalorian LEGO minifigure should fetch at least $5 – $6 new on the

If you are looking to just grab this minifigure, you may want to grab the other set with this minifigure 75319 The Armorer’s Mandalorian Forge as it is just a better build and display piece.

Potential Lego Investment Value

This set as a Lego investment is really not great at the current MSRP.  Maybe at 40-50%, it would be good to add to your portfolio. Lego Star Wars has a huge following, so the demand is definitely there.

Not sure if the demand for this particular one will outweigh the supply even as it retires. The LEGO Brickheadz Star Wars The Mandalorian & The Child 75317 set is still chugging along since 8/1/2020 which is past its typical exit schedule for Brickheadz. 

Will this have the same fate?

The good thing is if you can grab this at 20% off it would only mean you would need to sell at about $22-$23 to get 100% ROI after most marketplace & shipping fees.

The part out value on Bricklink checks in at around $21- $23 (as of 1/2022), but haven’t really examined if there are any hard to find parts, so maybe do some more due diligence if you plan to part this out. 

Overall, you might be better investing in another set as the supply of these could be pretty high. 

As always, this is only for pure entertainment, so do your own research and due diligence.

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Final Thoughts

This Star Wars microfighter set really blew up in not so great way.  If you are snagging this as a gift for a younger Lego fan, than they might not be disappointed. 

For those AFOL, you may want to consider a different build unless you are a huge Mandaolrian fan or microfighter collector.

How Many Pieces are in Lego 75321 The Razor Crest Microfighter?

There are 98 pieces included in the Lego 75321 The Razor Crest Microfighter set.

How Long Does It Take To Build Lego 75321The Razor Crest Microfighter?

The Lego 75321 The Razor Crest Microfighter takes about 10 minutes from start to finish to build this set.

How Much Does Lego 75321The Razor Crest Microfighter Cost?

The Lego 75321 The Razor Crest Microfighter MSRP retail cost is $9.99

How Big Is Lego 75321The Razor Crest Microfighter?

The Lego 75321The Razor Crest Microfighter is approximately  3cm high x 9cm long X 8cm wide.

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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