Star Wars The Last Jedi First Order Heavy Assault AT-M6 Walker Review (Revell)

Star Wars The Last Jedi First Order Heavy Assault AT-M6 Walker
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What It Is

First Order weaponry from Star Wars: The Last Jedi comes off the big screen and into kids' playrooms with the Star Wars First Order Heavy Assault AT-M6 Walker. This isn't just an action figure that kids open up and start playing with. This is a construction kit that lets kids easily build a poseable action figure with lights and sounds. 

This Revell model kit is part of the SnapTite line, which means its designed for younger builders and assembly requires no glue, paint, or special tools. Just follow the instructions to snap the 46 pieces together. Once complete, you've got an action figure with a full-motion positionable head, poseable legs and feet, and cannon blaster lights and sounds with just the push of a button. 

Is It Fun?

Young Star Wars fans are really going to like building this action figure and using it to play out all sorts of action-packed battles, just like the ones they saw in the new movie. It's easy to put together, has nice detailing and durability that you'd expect from a Revell model kit, and has lights and sound effects to enhance kids' imaginative play. For kids who like construction toys and Star Wars, this will be a fun combination of the two.

Who It’s For

The Star Wars First Order Heavy Assault AT-M6 Walker is for ages 8 and up. It's going to be fun to assemble for kids who like to build models and who are Star Wars fans.

What To Be Aware Of

For us, the assembly was very easy. It took five minutes to do. You don't need paint, glue, or special tools. 

The model comes with three button cell batteries.

Additional The Last Jedi kits from Revell include Kylo Ren's TIE Fighter and a Resistance A-Wing Fighter. Each is sold separately.

AT A GLANCE:
  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy


    3 cell batteries required