Tie fighter pilot lego

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Крутой «Шлем пилота истребителя СИД» LEGO® Star Wars™ для вашей коллекции!

Передай устрашающий вид шлема пилота истребителя СИД с этой крутой коллекционной моделью LEGO®. Наслаждайся увлекательной и достаточно сложной сборкой и воссоздай легендарную форму и реалистичные детали шлема с помощью кубиков LEGO и дополнительных стикеров. Установи его на специальную подставку с информационной табличкой, чтобы превратить его в удивительное украшение для офиса или дома, привлекающее внимание всех гостей.

Продемонстрируйте высшее мастерство конструирования, собрав этот элегантный шлем пилота истребителя СИД из серии Star Wars™. Эта замечательная коллекционная модель со множеством реалистичных деталей, воссозданных из кубиков LEGO®, вызовет восхищение у любого поклонника «Звёздных войн».
Узнаваемый дизайн шлема пилота истребителя СИД, воссозданный из кубиков LEGO® и дополненный декоративными наклейками, призван вызывать воспоминания о легендарных событиях саги «Звёздные войны», а специальная подставка с именной табличкой сделает его прекрасным украшением вашего дома или офиса.
Эта модель LEGO® является частью серии коллекционных наборов LEGO® Star Wars™. Обратите внимание на другие наборы: «Шлем штурмовика» (75276), «Шлем Бобы Фетта» (75277) и «Дроид D-O» (75278). Этот набор из серии Star Wars™, включающий в себя 723 детали, подарит опытным конструкторам LEGO® потрясающие впечатления от сборки и станет лучшим подарком на Новый год, день рождения или другой праздник для всех поклонников «Звёздных войн» в возрасте от 18 лет.
Для установки этого шлема пилота истребителя СИД не требуется много места: его размеры — 18 см (7″) в высоту, 13 см (5″) в ширину и 15 см (6«) в толщину, однако благодаря своей реалистичности он обязательно привлечёт внимание всех посетителей!
Батарейки не требуются! Коллекционный набор «Шлем пилота истребителя СИД» LEGO® Star Wars™ подарит вам возможность отдохнуть, конструируя модель из кубиков LEGO®. Отдохните от повседневных забот и насладитесь конструированием этой прекрасной коллекционной модели!
Хотите приобрести эту крутую большую модель для поклонника «Звёздных войн», который только знакомится с конструкторами LEGO®? Нет повода для беспокойства. В набор входят простые и понятные инструкции, которые помогут ему собрать эту сложную модель самостоятельно.
В широком ассортименте наборов серии LEGO® Star Wars™ каждый поклонник «Звёздных войн» найдёт себе модель по душе, чтобы воссоздавать легендарные эпизоды из фильмов, придумывать новые приключения или просто конструировать и показывать друзьям великолепные модели.
Для того чтобы соединить или разъединить кубики LEGO®, не нужно использовать Силу! Все наборы, произведённые LEGO с 1958 года, проходят испытания на соответствие самым строгим отраслевым стандартам, поэтому все детали идеально подходят друг к другу, соединить или разъединить их не составляет труда.
Специалисты LEGO Group испытывают все кубики и детали LEGO® на удар, нагрев, скручивание, изгиб и растяжение, чтобы убедиться в соответствии каждого набора Star Wars™ самым строгим стандартам безопасности планеты Земля (и всех галактик!).


75274 Tie Fighter Pilot Helmet is a Star Wars set that was released on March 18, 2020.

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Background

TIE pilots served in the Starfighter Corps of the Imperial Navy by piloting the various TIE Series starfighters. Distinguished by all-black flight suits and bulky, fully enclosed, vacuum-sealed helmets, the Galactic Empire at its height produced millions of TIE pilots and generally considered them expendable assets. The TIE pilots formed the elite of the Imperial Navy's Flight Branch.

The helmet design was reminiscent of stormtrooper armor, with a few notable distinctions. The shell was bulkier, possibly due to reinforced padding or internal pilot-to-ship communications equipment. Additional modifications enabled the pilot to survive in the cockpit's vacuum. Breather tubes extended from the helmet to the front of the breastplate, where controls for the suit's portable life support system were located. The actual supply of oxygen was built into the rectangular back plate of the armor. Because of the similarities of the helmets to stormtrooper armor, the official field manual for the Imperial Military, Imperial Handbook: A Commander's Guide had to specifically state that despite the similarities, the TIE pilots were part of the Navy, not the Stormtrooper Corps. However, despite the distinctions between the Stormtrooper Corps and the Imperial Navy branches, it wasn't unheard of for someone to be both a stormtrooper and a TIE pilot.

Challenge your construction skills and evoke memories of classic Star Wars™ battle scenes with this LEGO® Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274) buildable display model! A wonderful gift idea for Star Wars connoisseurs aged 18+ and any experienced LEGO builder, the iconic contours and details of the helmet are beautifully recreated with LEGO bricks plus graphics stickers.

Build and display
This collectible Star Wars helmet has a base with a nameplate and is sure to grab attention displayed at home or in the office. And check out the other new-for-May-2020 LEGO Star Wars build-to-display model kits – Stormtrooper Helmet (75276) and Boba Fett Helmet (75277).

Galaxy of fun!
The LEGO Group has been recreating iconic starships, vehicles, locations and characters from the Star Wars universe since 1999. LEGO Star Wars is its most successful theme, with a huge array of sets for play and display to delight fans of all ages.

75274 LEGO Star Wars Helmet Collection TIE Fighter Pilot

75274 TIE Fighter Pilot was a 724 piece Star Wars set released in 2020. It was retired in January 2022 with a lifespan of 22 months. The current value for a new and sealed TIE Fighter Pilot is estimated at 136,00 € with an average yearly gain of about 9%. On the secondary markets the typical price range for the set MISB/NISB is between 116,00 € and 144,00 €.

  • All regions 83
  • United States 60
  • European Union 12
  • Canada 1
  • Australia 3
  • Germany 5

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Sets in Star Wars / Helmet Collection

75304 Darth Vader Helmet

75343 Dark Trooper Helmet

75327 Luke Skywalker Red Five Helmet

75276 Stormtrooper

75277 Boba Fett

75328 The Mandalorian Helmet

75305 Scout Trooper Helmet

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Set Details

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Set Facts

  • Along with 75276 Stormtrooper Helmet Bust and 75277 Boba Fett Helmet Bust, it is one of the first 18+ ages sets made by LEGO.
  • TIE Fighter Pilot was designed by LEGO designer Cesar Soares.

TIE Fighter Pilot Reviews

“ Overall the LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274) has a bit more detail than Boba Fett but a lot of the build is also very repetitive. The angles on it is pretty spot on and the way the tubes are designed is very nice. Since it is a helmet, the coloring is . More extremely bland on the completed build as there is absolutely no color besides on the plaque on the base.”

“ Despite sharing similarities with 75276 Stormtrooper, 75274 TIE Fighter Pilot looks absolutely fantastic on display and is certainly a worthy addition to the Helmet Collection. I love the black colour scheme which contrasts with other models and assists in softening any . More edges that may otherwise appear excessively sharp. The metallic silver Imperial symbols look particularly nice as well.”

Subtheme Analysis

About Star Wars Helmet Collection

After twenty years and well over seven hundred LEGO Star Wars sets, LEGO has introduced a line of 18 plus sets, which consists of a number of helmet display models targeting adult collectors who want display items. Initially the collection LEGO introduced was a trio of such sets in the form of three iconic helmets from the Star Wars universe including Stormtrooper Helmet, Boba Fett Helmet and TIE Pilot Helmet with additional sets including Darth Vader.

Helmet Collection was introduced in 2020 and currently consists of 8 sets. As of today, 75274 TIE Fighter Pilot is the most valuable Helmet Collection set with an estimated new/factory sealed value of 136,00 €.

Star Wars Helmet Collection TIE Fighter Pilot set 75274 was released on March 18, 2020, retailing for 60,00 €, it has since been retired. New, unopened sets are valued at 136,00 €.

Challenge your construction skills and evoke memories of classic Star Wars™ battle scenes with this LEGO® Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274) buildable display model! A wonderful gift idea for Star Wars connoisseurs aged 18+ and any experienced LEGO builder, the iconic contours and details of the helmet are beautifully recreated with LEGO bricks plus graphics stickers.

This collectible Star Wars helmet has a base with a nameplate and is sure to grab attention displayed at home or in the office. And check out the other new-for-May-2020 LEGO Star Wars build-to-display model kits – Stormtrooper Helmet (75276) and Boba Fett Helmet (75277).

The LEGO Group has been recreating iconic starships, vehicles, locations and characters from the Star Wars universe since 1999. LEGO Star Wars is its most successful theme, with a huge array of sets for play and display to delight fans of all ages.

Today Tim Johnson reviews LEGO® Star Wars 75274 TIE Fighter Pilot, one of the 2020 'helmet' sets. Buying it? Consider using our affiliate links: UK LEGO Shop | UK Amazon | USA LEGO Shop | USA Amazon | Australia LEGO Shop, for other countries 'Change Region'. New Elementary may get a commission. The products in this article were provided for free by LEGO; the author's opinions are not biased by this.

In March 2020 The LEGO Group released a series of ‘helmet’ sets under the 18+ branding featuring designs from Star Wars and Iron Man. I eschewed the perhaps more iconic Stormtrooper and Boba Fett for the sleek TIE pilot fighter, depicting John Mollo’s design from the original film in 1977.



Before the build, let’s take a look at its parts which are fairly standard for the most part – in fact, quite a nice aspect to the inventory is its prevalence of simple elements. Well over half of its 724 pieces are plate or some kind of useful modified plate!

Decorated parts in the LEGO TIE fighter helmet

While there are no new moulds, there are some exclusive printed pieces. Weirdly there are also just two stickers.


  • 2x Dish 4 x 4 Inverted [Radar] in Black with Dark Stone Grey/ Dark Bluish Gray Pattern print (6296998 | 3960), featuring the Imperial crest but this could easily be subverted for other uses.
  • 1x Tile Special 4 x 6 with Studs on Edges in Black with 'LEGO STAR WARS TIE FIGHTER PILOT' print (6296999 | 6180), used on the display stand.
  • 2x Tile 2 x 2 in Dark Bluish Gray with 2 Black Stripes print (6296980 | 3068), which also appear in 75276 Stormtrooper Helmet, form the centre of the mouth grille – once they are partially obscured by wedge plates.
  • The 2 stickers are placed on 1x2 tiles, used for the corners of the mouth grille. I can’t imagine why this would be when the 2x2 tiles right next to them are printed.

The striped squares are more interesting than you might first think. Rather than each tile having 4 equal stripes, they have 3.5 and so form 7 stripes across 4 modules when the two tiles are placed together.

Although that makes them less flexible, I think it is much more interesting and I imagine the various patterns possible could be utilised in any number of ways in your MOCs, especially if you had these in bulk.

Other parts of interest


  • 2x Wheel 31 x 15 Technic in Black (6299336 | 60208) had not been seen since 2008's 7623 Temple Escape. Since the release of this helmet it has also appeared in gift-with-purchase 5006290 Yoda's Lightsaber, and hopefully many more sets to come.
  • 14x Brick Special 1 x 1 x 1 2/3 with Studs on 1 Side in Bright Blue/ Blue (6290531 | 32952), which is the highest quantity in any of the 5 sets currently containing this part.
  • 1x Wedge Plate 2 x 4 27° Left in Black (6295295 | 65429) and 1x Right (6295293 | 65426) which appear in 6 other 2020 sets.


Their blunted points result in the element actually being just under 3.5 modules long! Worth remembering in case it becomes useful in a MOC somehow?


There are some high quantities of certain parts in the set, most prominently 36x Train Wheel Small, hole notched in Black (4227006 | 50254). Unless you’re a train person, that’s possibly not the element you’re needing most in your life – but if you are, this is the highest quantity to ever appear in a set. And as this set proves you can get inventive with them.

Other elements included in healthy quantities include the very basic 50x Plate 1 x 1, 48x Plate 1 x 2 and 30x Plate 2 x 2 Corner, all in black of course!


Building Star Wars 75274 TIE Fighter Pilot

AFOL Bruce Lowell came up with a technique for building a LEGO ball in 2003 that he named the Lowell Sphere. Bruce adapted his concept to create more complex rounded forms, like a doughnut for example, and you can perhaps think of these helmet sets as being a great-grandchild of this seminal SNOT technique in that studded elements are added sideways onto a central core to create a rounded effect.



In the case of 75274 TIE Fighter Pilot, the studs-out core is a delightfully quirky affair with the usual riot of colours used. This is to assist the builder identify different parts more rapidly during construction and to provide basic orientation during later stages.



Once it is firmly connected by Technic beams to its stand, the SNOT cube resembles a work of modern art more than an elite intergalactic pilot. I’m intrigued by the use of windows rather than bricks or panels; are they stronger? Cheaper?



Next, the core is coated in an array of weird black shapes that are quite beautiful ‘tablescraps’ in their own right.



They feel almost random as you create them and yet you know they’re all going to match up together at the end to create neat forms, like some 3D jigsaw puzzle. That’s pretty much the joy of this set; imagining how it will all come together and anticipating the pleasure. It did make me wonder if it would be even more exciting for someone to build this model without being told what it is.

Out of interest, when deconstructing the model afterwards, I pulled one whole side off as a single piece.


Not everything is connected via side studs; there are some other connectors involved in the core.



Two yellow clips grip a Minifig Shield Rectangular with 4 Studs in Dark Red (6220561 | 30166), one of the most interesting elements of recent years. It is being used so widely and surprisingly by LEGO designers. One useful aspect of its geometry is the thinness of the shield; great when placing things at an angle in a tight space, such as the helmet's mouthpiece.



Some other connection points are Technic holes which are used for the flex tubing that forms the core of the pipes in the breathing apparatus. In a clever bit of parts usage, the effect of ribbed pipes is created by threading 18 of those black train wheels on each tube.



You have to get the spacing right as if they’re too close together, the tube won’t bend into a nice even curve. In perhaps what is a nod to the 18+ age mark, the instructions give no clue to this and I needed to figure it out myself.



Also in the core are a couple of ‘Mixel’ cup connectors with Bar 2L with Towball used to attach the two printed dishes. It is stunning how snugly the dishes nestle against the surrounding plates; once attached they don’t wiggle at all.

The completed TIE fighter helmet model



There’s a reason LEGO designers often throw what can look like incorrect colours into models; monotone is boring and without some contrast, displayed models fade into the background. This exception certainly proves the rule so I’d recommend placing your completed model against a light background, perhaps opposite a window where reflections will make its textures pop. Because although it is pretty much just black, there’s a lot of textural contrast going on here.



The sides and rear sport lots of exposed studs, giving that ‘LEGO DNA’ feel, but are broken up by the largely smooth band of slopes circling over the top, and in turn this contrasts with the detailed ‘face’.

The two rounded vents running along the jawline are distracting however, due to being fashioned from a staggered range of curved slopes whereas the originals are smooth wide tubes at an angle – terribly difficult to reproduce in LEGO form. This was obviously decided to be the best all-round solution and without me seeing the sketch models or attempting my own version, I can’t really judge if it was ‘correct’. But the jagged texture draws the eye, which is an unfortunate distraction from other detailed areas.



As for how ‘correct’ other proportions are, they look good to my eye – I find it hard to judge without an official reference to compare with, which no doubt the designers had to hand anyway. It definitely conveys that creepy ‘ball with snout’ gas mask shape of the original, while adding that unmistakable LEGO vibe.

The model is about 18cm (7”) tall; which is smaller than you might perhaps expect based upon the height of the box, which is twice as tall. This is a good size for display however which is, of course, its sole purpose as there are no play functions.

Conclusion

Creating all these small, seemingly random tablescrappy bits and bobs, assembling them on a weird cube and adding some train wheels might not be to everyone’s taste but I loved it. I’m not sure I’ll rush to build another. unless the rumours of a Darth Vader in 2021 are true.

I chose the TIE fighter out of personal preference for the design, but I suspect I am in the minority. The others make better display models due to their colouring.


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As we all now know, 18+ sets aren’t marked as such because LEGO have increased the complexity accordingly – just look at 123 Sesame Street – but it would be an interesting experiment if they did. For example, in the case of this set, what if as much of the filler brick as possible were black? Ok, loads of frustrated people calling Customer Services probably. But you’d be left with an even better parts pack like a mini Architecture Studio, which all these newly-converted AFOLs could be encouraged to rebuild their own ideas with. I appreciate TLG are marketing these and other 18+ sets as collectible display pieces, but if the company is to continue to ‘embrace the brick’ at the core of their business, they may need to somehow address that tiresome criticism that LEGO sets are too specialised and only make one thing that never gets pulled apart.

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LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274)

The next set I’ll be taking a look at for the new LEGO Star Wars Helmets is the TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274). It has 724 pieces which is the most out of the three helmets but at the same price point of $59.99. The contents of the box include six numbered bags, a small sticker sheet, the instructions, and two loose tubes.

For the boxes for this line, they have a matte finish to it with the helmet details being embossed.

LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274)

LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274)

Build

The build starts off with the foundation of the helmet with the internals using a lot of bricks with the studs on the sides. Again it looks ugly but all four sides will be covered up later on.

LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274)

LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274)

Next up, we have the base which uses a couple of Technic liftarms that stabilize the helmet to the base. There are also parts for the backside of the TIE Fighter helmet.

LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274)

LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274)

For bag 3, we have a lot of black parts that are used to cover the top half of the helmet on both sides as well as on the front visor area. There’s nothing really special about it but there is a lot of plate stacking.

LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274)

LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274)

Following that, we attach the two gray tubes to the front for the flexible gas transfer tubes. For the nose/mouth guard area, it uses a couple of hinges to give it the slanted design. The two small stickers are used here to finish off the detailing. The rest of the parts are used for the left side of the helmet and again, there are a lot of plate usage to get the curves down. Finally, there are some 4×4 round corner tiles to give it some more detailing.

LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274)

LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274)

For bag 5, you just fill in the right side of the helmet. It’s the exact same as the left but opposite. There’s not much more to that.

LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274)

Lastly, we fill in the area around the chin with the vents using black sloped grill pieces. For the tubes, it uses some Technic Wheel 31 x 15 at the base a lot of small train wheels for the flex tube, 18 on each side to be exact. It’s very repetitive but the end result works well. The tubes connect to the bottom of the base. There are also some printed dish pieces for the insignia on the top front of the helmet. Finally, there’s also the printed plate for the LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot that sits at the front of the base.

LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274)

LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274)

LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274)

Results

Overall the LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274) has a bit more detail than Boba Fett but a lot of the build is also very repetitive. The angles on it is pretty spot on and the way the tubes are designed is very nice. Since it is a helmet, the coloring is extremely bland on the completed build as there is absolutely no color besides on the plaque on the base.

LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet (75274)

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