Hasbro's Rogue One U-wing vehicle revealed

Mr. JabbaJohnL

Jedi Council Member
Nov 12, 2001
However, don't wait too long: I seem to have done just that with the Snowspeeder. :( And apparently Rey's Speeder WON'T drop in price. :mad:
Both ships have been repacked into the Rogue One line, so maybe a year from NOW you'll be able to get them on sale! :D


Sith Knight
Aug 16, 2001
San Diego, CA
I got a good beard.

Do you think that pairing the ship with action Fleet x-wings would pretty much show it to scale with escort Fighters? Maybe action Fleet Tie fighters fighting it? That could look cool in the movie.


Jedi Council Member
Aug 14, 2001
Los Angeles, CA
WM had this for $20, I've been eyeballing it since it came out and finally pulled the trigger.

- decent size if this were meant to be a starfighter instead of a transport, this would be a good-sized one-man fighter
- nice sculpt, some good detail work, and not many screw holes from any angle
- good paint
- swing-wing gimmick works pretty well
- cockpit has nice sculpting
- cockpit has space for much taller figures, uses bungee cord as seat belt so no rattling figure issues
- landing gear works well and folds away
- Cassian figure below the neck has a good sculpt and paint for a 5poa figure, and even a working holster
- Nerf blaster button is well-hidden/integrated
- assembly is interesting, not too difficult (there are guiding tabs to ensure things don't get swapped)

- wings aren't accurate in length, I don't mind this but it's inaccurate
- if you can stomach the nerf blaster, it hides away, is interesting to load, satisfyingly drops down with first press, and fires with second press
- landing gear is very tall perhaps to make it seem more like a transport

- wings are thin and the tips are going to droop even in parked position, mine had one out of the box that way
- cockpit is for 1 figure, is clearly a starfighter layout, and thanks to the Nerf gun there's no belly compartment or even storage bay when at this size it could have fit minimum 2 sitting figures
- Cassian Andor likeness in sculpt and paint is akin to a cheap knockoff of a mid-transformation wolfman
- off-white plastic doesn't have weathered paint to accent the sculpt
- there's no lock on the swing-wing design, the gearing does an ok job holding them but whooshing will let them swing back to close position with some jostling
- is in no way worth $50

The U-Wing is a fun ship, but they were crazy in the face to release this at $50, and they had the wrong idea making it a one-man starfighter when the role in the film is a transport, gutting that lower deck for a drop-down nerf gun was at best a dubious choice. If you can divorce the toy from the ship's scale in the film, it's a fun item, but is a clearance-only purchase.