Star Wars The Last Jedi Resistance A-Wing Fighter Review (Revell)

Star Wars The Last Jedi Resistance A-Wing Fighter
What It Is

Get ready to fly with the Resistance when you build the Star Wars Resistance A-Wing Fighter, based on the new Star Wars: The Last Jedi movie. This 25-piece model kit makes it easy for young fans to build a replica fighter just like in the movie. It's part of the SnapTite line of models, which means you don't need glue, paint, or special tools to put it together. Just follow the instructions to snap the parts together. All of the parts come pre-decorated with movie-realistic details.

Open up the cockpit to reveal a battle-ready pilot figure inside. (The figure cannot be removed.) Press the button to light up the engines and hear battle action sound effects. There are even three kickstands for propping the ship up for display.

Is It Fun?

This model has nice detail and durability that you'd expect from a Revell model kit, but it's done in a way that is easier for young kids to build so they can get to the fun Star Wars play a little faster. The lights and sound effects enhance the imaginative play, whether kids are recreating favorite scenes from the movie or playing out their own action-packed battles.

Who It’s For

The Star Wars Resistance A-Wing Fighter is for ages 8 and up. Kids who enjoy building construction sets and playing out Star Wars stories will like the combination of the two play patterns in this toy.

What To Be Aware Of

It took us five minutes to assemble this model, and the instructions were easy to follow. You don't need glue, paint, or special tools.

Three button cell batteries are included.

Additional The Last Jedi model kits include a First Order Heavy Assault AT-M6 Walker and Kylo Ren's TIE Fighter. Each is sold separately.

  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy

    3 cell batteries required