Revell Star Wars SnapTite Build & Play Sets #HolidayGiftGuide

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Lighted cockpits! Audible firepower! Movable wings, gun turrets and more! Revell®’s innovative snap-together, lights-and-sound plastic model kits are returning with three new model kit vehicles from a galaxy far, far away in anticipation of the December release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Designed for ages 8 and up, the kit series includes a new Rebel ship that will make its debut in the upcoming film as well as a classic Imperial cruiser and a four-legged Imperial walker – all ready for build.

The new plastic model kits are the latest to be released since Revell introduced the Star Wars™ themed SnapTite® Build and Play™ products a year ago to coincide with the premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Those four initial kits earned NPD Group’s #1-selling ranking in the model category in 2015 based on consumer purchase data.

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Like their predecessors, the three newest plastic model kits deliver hyper-realistic replicas of each vehicle that also include moving parts, interior lights, and battle action sounds that bring each model to life. The pre-decorated parts permanently snap together with no need for glue, paint or tools.

  • Revell Star Wars SnapTite Build & Play Rebel U-wing Fighter™– a model kit replica of a sleek new troop transport/gunship that will be unveiled in Rogue One. The 35-piece plastic model kit features a lighted cockpit that reveals Rebel soldiers ready for combat, rotating wings that can switch between two flying modes, removable landing gear, and battle action sound effects that let kids’ imaginations soar.
  • Revell Star Wars SnapTite Build & Play Imperial Star Destroyer™– a plastic model version of the signature vessel of the Imperial fleet introduced in Star Wars: A New Hope in 1977. The model kit has 46 parts, is an impressive 15.75” long when assembled, and includes features like light-up engines and movable gun turrets as well as audible engine vibrations and turbolaser fire.
  • Revell Star Wars SnapTite Build & Play Imperial AT-ACT™ Cargo Walker– the newest iteration of the four-legged All Terrain Armored Transport (AT-AT™) first seen in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. The 45-piece plastic model kit produces a walker with a position-able head, shoulders and knees as well as movable guns, an illuminated command cockpit, and both walking and battle action sounds.

These kits are so realistic and will impress the biggest Star Wars fan. I love that they are movable and you can actually play with them. They are made for fun after the adventure in building them is over. They make the perfect gift for any Star Wars fan on your list this year. I know we had a ton of fun with them and I can’t wait to grab a couple for my nephews! You can find these kits at Toys R Us, Target and Amazon.


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4 comments on “Revell Star Wars SnapTite Build & Play Sets #HolidayGiftGuide

  1. Elizabeth O.

    This will make any Star Wars fan jump for joy! And it’s not just for the kids but for the grown ups that love the franchise as well. It’s a pretty cool gift idea!

  2. Jo allen

    Omg these look awesome I know just men I’m getting them for

  3. Sarah Muennix

    Such cool kits! Perfect for the Star Wars fan – young and old!

  4. Rosey

    I like that they are realistic. My son likes his building kits.

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