Haslab Star Wars: Vintage Collection The Mandalorian Razor Crest Stretch Goal #2 Revealed

Jay Cochran - September 29, 2020
Having surpassed the initial goal of 6k backers as well as the first stretch-goal with 8k backers for the new Star Wars: Vintage Collection The Mandalorian Razor Crest Haslab project, Hasbro has now revealed the second stretch-goal add-on for it. If the project reaches 10k backers they will add on Baby Yoda figure with aircrib from the end of the first season. The price is $349.99 to back this project and you have until November 9, 2020 to decide if this is something you want to add to your collection. At the time of me posting this, the campaign has 8,208 Backers.



The vehicle will be 30" long, 10.5" tall and 20" wide. It contains a cockpit with opening hatch that seats 3 figures. It has a main rear ramp into cargo hold. It has a side entrance and weapons locker.

It has a Carbon Freezing Chamber with working hatch and hooks. It has a highly detailed Cargo Hold.

It will come with a new Mandalorian figure with soft-goods cape. Click here for more details on how you can back this project.


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Belmont13 - 2020-10-15 @ 10:58 pm

Yay, they finally revealed the accessory that should have been unveiled first.

Satam - 2020-10-13 @ 8:53 pm

I will continue to maintain that this had not crossed their minds until very recently.

JayC - 2020-10-13 @ 7:52 pm
Hasbro has revealed the third and possibly final unlockable stretch goal for their Vintage Collection Haslab Razor Crest vehicle. Once the campaign breaks 13k backers you will get 4 Carbonite Prisoner blocks as seen in the first episode of The Mandalorian Disney+ series. You will be able to hang these from the interior ceiling of the ship. As I type this the campaign current has 10,931 backers with just over 27 days to go. The two previous stretch goals which included the ship's escape pod and a Baby Yoda Vintage Collection Child figure and aircrib have already been secured. For more on how to back the project, CLICK HERE.

Bespin refugee - 2020-09-30 @ 6:17 am

Hasbro has revealedthe next stretch goalfor theirHaslabThe MandalorianRazor Crest project. If the project reaches 10k backers they will add onBaby Yoda figure with aircribfrom the end of the first season.They have now added a carded image of the figure with the aircrib.

JayC - 2020-09-29 @ 3:48 pm
Having surpassed the initial goal of 6k backers as well as the first stretch-goal with 8k backers for the new Star Wars: Vintage Collection The Mandalorian Razor Crest Haslab project, Hasbro has now revealed the second stretch-goal add-on for it. If the project reaches 10k backers they will add on Baby Yoda figure with aircrib from the end of the first season. The price is $349.99 to back this project and you have until November 9, 2020 to decide if this is something you want to add to your collection. At the time of me posting this, the campaign has 8,208 Backers.The vehicle will be 30" long, 10.5" tall and 20" wide. It contains a cockpit with opening hatch that seats 3 figures. It has a main rear ramp into cargo hold. It has a side entrance and weapons locker.It has a Carbon Freezing Chamber with working hatch and hooks. It has a highly detailed Cargo Hold.It will come with a new Mandalorian figure with soft-goods cape. Click here for more details on how you can back this project.
Belmont13 - 2020-09-27 @ 7:37 pm

Escape pod makes sense, I guess. I think a couple of carbonite frozen bounties would have been better but I'm not going for it anyway so it doesn't matter.

Satam - 2020-09-27 @ 6:46 pm

Kinda feels like something they should have included anyway. It also looks more like an escape casket, but I guess that's technically a pod.

JayC - 2020-09-27 @ 2:57 pm
Having surpassed the initial goal of 6k backers in just over a day for the new Star Wars: Vintage Collection The Mandalorian Razor Crest Haslab project, Hasbro has now revealed the first stretch-goal add-on for it. If the project reaches 8k backers they will add on an Escape Pod feature that will fit on the top of the vehicle. This isn't something we have seen used in the show, at least not yet, but makes sense for a space ship to contain such an item. The price is $349.99 to back this project and you have until November 9, 2020 to decide if this is something you want to add to your collection. At the time of me posting this, the campaign has 6,713 Backers.The vehicle will be 30" long, 10.5" tall and 20" wide. It contains a cockpit with opening hatch that seats 3 figures. It has a main rear ramp into cargo hold. It has a side entrance and weapons locker.It has a Carbon Freezing Chamber with working hatch and hooks. It has a highly detailed Cargo Hold.It will come with a new Mandalorian figure with soft-goods cape. Click here for more details on how you can back this project.
DrewK - 2020-09-27 @ 1:22 am

At some point, aVintage Collection Death Star will be coming...

Belmont13 - 2020-09-27 @ 12:59 am

Good for them but I'm going to have to pass.

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