75292 LEGO Star Wars The Razor Crest
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LEGO Star Wars has carved its own galactic empire of popularity within the LEGO universe. Combining the timeless allure of the Star Wars saga with the endless creativity of LEGO bricks, it has become a fan-favourite, captivating both young Padawans and seasoned Jedi builders alike. The recent addition of sets like LEGO Star Wars Razor Crest adds to the excitement by allowing fans to recreate scenes from the beloved Mandalorian series. With the attention to detail and commitment to delivering an authentic Star Wars experience in the LEGO Star Wars UCS Razor Crest, it’s no surprise that Star Wars LEGO continues to be a force to be reckoned with in the world of brick-based adventures.

Set Details

Immerse yourself in the adventures of the legendary bounty hunter, The Mandalorian™, and his young companion as they take on powerful enemies in The Razor Crest™ (75292) LEGO® Star Wars™ building set. This brick-built armoured transport shuttle features a unique cargo hold with opening sides serving as access ramps, along with carbonite bounty elements tucked inside. With its dual LEGO minifigure cockpit, spring-loaded shooters, and an escape pod, this starship construction kit, consisting of 1,023 pieces, offers endless excitement. Additionally, this set includes 5 exclusive collectible LEGO Star Wars characters, featuring the iconic duo, The Mandalorian and the Child.

Model Name The Razor Crest
Model Number 75292
Theme Star Wars
Sub Themes The Mandalorian
Pieces 1023
Minifigures 5
Launch Date February 2020
Current Status Retiring Soon
Date Retired N/A
RRP £120

Investment Potential

This cracking LEGO Star Wars set is scheduled to retire soon and now included in the “Last Chance” section on LEGO.com for the RRP of £119.99.

Launch RRP £120
Price Per Piece £0.12
Launch Price per piece £0.12
5th Year Value £189
Percentage Increase 57%
Expected Annual Growth 10%
Theme Growth 12%
Sub Theme Growth N/A

Theme Analysis

Its LEGO Star Wars, what else is there to say!!! Delivering annualised growth of 12% across a large number of sets and sub-themes for more than 2 decades there’s little doubt about the success of the LEGO Star Wars theme.

We look at some of the older sets at a similar price point to LEGO 75292, these included LEGO Star Wars X-Wing Fighter (7191) which retired just over 20 years ago with an RRP of £106 and is today valued at just over ten times that amount (11% annualised growth) and LEGO Star Wars Imperial Star Destroyer (75055) which had an RRP of £120 when retiring in 2015 and is now valued at more than double that amount at nearly £300 (12% annualised growth).

Set Number Set Name Retired Date RRP Current Value Total Growth Annualised Growth
75055 Imperial Star Destroyer December 2015 £120 £292 143% 12%
9516 Jabba’s Palace Dec-13 £120 £289 141% 9%
10144 Sandcrawler December 2008 £108 £289 168% 7%
7191 X-Wing Fighter February 2002 £106 £1086 925% 11%

Comparable Set Analysis

The Mandalorian sub-theme was launched in 2019 and so far there have only been 6 sets that have retired, 2 at the end of 2021 and 4 at the end of last year. Initial performance has been at the 2 extremes. LEGO Star Wars The Armorer’s Mandalorian Forge only retired at the of last year but has already doubled in value whereas Star Wars ST-ST Raider retired at the end of 2021 and is currently valued 26% below its retirement price! Initial signs make it look like a set picker’s sub theme.

Set Number Set Name Retired Date RRP Current Value Total Growth Annualised Growth
75319 The Armorer’s Mandalorian Forge December 2022 £25 £51 104% n/a
75311 Imperial Armored Marauder December 2022 £35 £45 29% n/a
75267 Mandalorian Battle Pack December 2021 £13 £19 46% 24%
75254 AT-ST Raider December 2021 £50 £37 -26% -15%


A retiring set from the Star Wars theme is always high up our investment list and this one seems to be a strong candidate to invest in. A relatively new sub-theme with some mixed performance clouds the picture slightly but we still think this set is worth adding to your portfolio, especially if you can find it at a discount before it retires.