71775 LEGO NINJAGO Nya’s Samurai X MECH
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LEGO NINJAGO is a popular franchise that captures the hearts of kids and adults alike with its immersive world of ninja warriors and their battles against evil. In the latest season of NINJAGO, the heroes face their toughest challenge yet in the form of the LEGO NINJAGO Crystallized TV series. With new villains and dangerous obstacles to overcome, the ninja must rise to the occasion and save their world from destruction. One of the key players in this battle is LEGO NINJAGO Nya’s Samurai X MECH, a powerful mech suit piloted by the skilled warrior Nya. Equipped with a wide array of weapons and advanced technology, the Samurai X MECH proves to be a crucial asset in the fight against evil. LEGO NINJAGO crystalized sets are hugely popular, with Nya’s Samurai X MECH being one of the NINJAGO LEGO stand out sets.

Set Details

Children aged 10 and above can experience the thrilling action of the NINJAGO®: Crystallized TV series with Nya’s Samurai X MECH (71775) set. This set includes a remarkable mech with posable knees, arms, legs, and hips, along with 2 swords, 2 spring-loaded shooters, and a cockpit for Nya. The set also features 8 minifigures, including Samurai X Nya, Golden Jay, Master Wu, Oni Garmadon, Lil’ Nelson, General Pythor, The Mechanic, and Vengestone Warrior. These unique and exclusive models offer endless opportunities for exciting battles!

Model Name Nya’s Samurai X MECH
Model Number 71775
Sub Themes Crystalized
Pieces 1003
Minifigures 8
Launch Date June 2022
Current Status Available
Date Retired N/A
RRP £105

Investment Potential

LEGO Set 71755 is from the ever popular NINJAGO theme, this is a theme that has strong growth across multiple themes which has to always be taken into consideration. This was launched with a RRP of £105 but its value is lower, this due to plenty of discounting to date. Will it be a set to invest

in now with discount? Let’s dive into the data as we are pretty optimistic about this sub theme with strong projected growth potential.

Launch RRP £105
Price Per Piece £0.10
Launch Price per piece £0.10
5th Year Value £154
Percentage Increase 46%
Expected Annual Growth 10%
Theme Growth 12%
Sub Theme Growth N/A

Theme Analysis

We have always been an admirer of the LEGO NINJAGO theme, the short shelf life and strong projected annualised growth offer solid foundations. We looked at the below LEGO sets to show the typical returns from this theme. We can see amazing growth in value with set 2507 LEGO Fire Temple, which saw 123% total growth and 8% annualised growth. Additionally, 70596 LEGO Samurai X Cave Chaos had 158% total growth and 18% annualised growth within a much shorter period of time. Set 70738 Final Flight of Destiny’s Bounty had a total growth of 56% and 7% annualised growth, whilst 70678 Castle of the Forsaken Emperor had 50% total growth and 16% annualised growth. All four sets have seen worthwhile returns for their respective investments and provide an example of how LEGO NINJAGO sets can offer great value over time.

Set Number Set Name Retired Date RRP Current Value Total Growth Annualised Growth
70596 Samurai X Cave Chaos December 2017 £110 £284 158% 18%
70738 Final Flight of Destiny’s Bounty December 2016 £100 £156 56% 7%
2507 Fire Temple December 2012 £92 £205 123% 8%
70678 Castle of the Forsaken Emperor December 2020 £90 £135 50% 16%

Comparable Set Analysis

When we look at comparable sets, we need to make note that there are no retired sets in the Crystallized sub theme. When we look at Mech sets, performance has a higher variance, with some

amazing and some poor but it averages out in line with NINJAGO theme. The 70725 Nindroid Mech Dragon was released in March 2015 and has a current value of £110, representing an impressive 57% total growth since its release date. This translates to an annualised growth rate of 5%. The 70676 Lloyd’s Titan Mech set was released in December 2020 and its current value is £116, representing a 78% total growth and an impressive 24% annualised growth rate. The 71720 Fire Stone Mech set released in December 2021 has depreciated by 5% since release and has an annualised growth rate of -3%. Finally, the 70737 Titan Mech Battle set was released in December 2016 and has experienced the highest growth of all four sets with a total growth of 363% and an annualised rate of 26%.

Set Number Set Name Retired Date RRP Current Value Total Growth Annualised Growth
70725 Nindroid MechDragon March 2015 £70 £110 57% 5%
70676 Lloyd’s Titan Mech December 2020 £65 £116 78% 24%
71720 Fire Stone Mech December 2021 £65 £62 -5% -3%
70737 Titan Mech Battle December 2016 £40 £185 363% 26%


Plenty of reasons to like LEGO 71755 but without any retired sub theme data and some high variance when analysing Mech Sets this is definitely more of a gamble if you are to invest in too much volume, but regardless, it’s definitely an invest with a projected annual growth of 10%. You can buy now at discount on Amazon.