The LEGO Star Wars Helmet Collection is a series of build-to-display models targeting adult LEGO builders and Star Wars collectors alike. Each set in the collection recreates the likeness of an iconic Star Wars helmet. LEGO launched the Star Wars helmet sub-theme in 2020 and has released 2-3 new helmets each year. The company discontinues sets over time.
Let’s explore everything you need to know about the LEGO Star Wars Helmets including a complete list of all of the helmets.
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General Helmet Description
Assembled from plastic LEGO pieces, all current helmet designs represent dark side or bounty hunter characters. Each completed helmet connects to a black stand (also made from LEGO). A custom modified tile, adorned with the name of the helmet, attaches to the front of the display. Each set includes a brick separator tool as well.
How many LEGO Star Wars Helmets are there?
As of March 2023, the LEGO Star Wars Helmet Collection encompasses 11 different helmet designs. LEGO released a wave of three helmets in 2023: LEGO Captain Rex Helmet 75349 and LEGO Commander Cody Helmet 75350 and LEGO Princess Leia (Boushh) Helmet 75351.
If you like superheros too, LEGO has also released similar Marvel and DC masks and helmet build-to-display models.
How big is each helmet?
The helmets are scaled down and are not full size, although each helmet is intricately designed and detailed nevertheless. Each completed helmet measures around 7 to 8.5 inches tall, including the stand (about the size of a softball to a pineapple). The smaller size makes the helmets easy to display on a shelf.
Why are the helmets recommended for age 18+?
LEGO recommends the series for builders ages 18+ due, in part, to the complexity of the build and also due to LEGO’s anticipation of who will be most interested in the set.
As a static display model, the completed helmet provides limited play value compared to LEGO sets designed for younger age groups. Experienced younger builders may enjoy constructing the helmets with the understanding that the completed helmet has little play value.
The LEGO Star Wars diorama series also features an 18+ recommendation for similar reasons as the the buildable helmets.
Complete List of LEGO Star Wars Helmets
11. LEGO Star Wars Princess Leia (Boushh) Helmet 75351
Release Date: 2023
Buy from LEGO Princess Leia (Boushh) Helmet
Recreate Princess Leia’s disguise in Return of the Jedi! Leia enters Jabba’s Palace dressed as the helmeted bounty hunter, Boushh, under the cover story of collecting a bounty on Chewbacca. Meanwhile, she unfreezes Han Solo from carbonite. Before she can rescue him, though, Jabba discovers her and takes both of them into custody. The buildable Boussh helmet captures the distinctive brown and tan color scheme and detailing of the vision-plus scanner and tooth-like speech scrambler in the lower part of the helmet. This is the third bounty hunter helmet in the series, following The Mandalorian and Boba Fett buildable helmets.
10. LEGO Star Wars Commander Cody Helmet 75350
Identifiable by his orange markings, visor, and central helmet fin, Clone Marshal Commander CC-2224, nicknamed “Cody”, fights alongside Jedi General Obi-Wan Kenobi during the Clone Wars. After serving the Republic valiantly and loyally for many years, Cody becomes disillusioned with Galactic Empire and ultimately deserts.
9. LEGO Star Wars Captain Rex Helmet 75349
Clone Captain Rex commands the legendary 501st Legion during the Clone Wars. The buildable white helmet features blue accent colors and Rex’s distinctive stylized hawk eye pattern near the top. Although tally marks adorn either side of the helmet, Rex claims that he doesn’t keep track of kills. A rangefinder connects to the side.
8. LEGO Star Wars Luke Skywalker (Red Five) Helmet 75327
The LEGO Star Wars Luke Skywalker (Red Five) Helmet is the first ever Rebel pilot or Resistance pilot helmet to join the LEGO Star Wars Helmet Collection. The helmet features two large Rebel emblems on the top and additional red, yellow and black detailing throughout. Brick-built goggles, microphone, and a chinstrap complete the look. “Red Five, standing by!”
7. LEGO Star Wars The Mandalorian Helmet 75328
The mysterious lone gunslinger known as The Mandalorian is rarely seen without his beskar helmet. The LEGO The Mandalorian Helmet set features some drum-lacquered elements creating a beskar-like metallic sheen on some of the pieces. The set also includes different shades of gray to create a depth and dimension to the helmet as well.
6. LEGO Star Wars Dark Trooper Helmet 75343
The Dark Troopers are fearsome experimental battle droids in The Mandalorian series. The mostly black LEGO Star Wars Dark Trooper Helmet construction features menacing eyes made with translucent red LEGO elements.
5. LEGO Star Wars Scout Trooper Helmet 75305
Scout troopers, or biker scouts, are specially trained stormtroopers often tasked with reconnaissance missions. The LEGO Scout Trooper Helmet set is made from fewer pieces and is less complicated to build than the other helmets in series (it’s also cheaper…at least until the set is discontinued).
4. LEGO Star Wars Darth Vader Helmet 75304
Arguably the most famous, memorable and chilling Star Wars helmets of all time, the samurai-inspired Darth Vader helmet makes a big visual impact! Buyers report some confusion and concern due the top of the box being labeled as “Dark Vador”. The unfortunate error appears to be a misprint on the genuine LEGO product box. Eagle eyed readers will spot the “Dark Vador” misprint on the top of the box in the stock image below.
3. LEGO Star Wars Boba Fett Helmet 75277
Among the most infamous “minor” characters in the Original Trilogy, bounty hunter Boba Fett has garnered a loyal following and now has his very own Disney+ series! A small gray section in the upper left part of the helmet represents the signature Boba Fett helmet dent.
The completed model features a flip-down rangefinder (i.e. targeting device on the helmet antenna). The flip-down rangefinder is a rare find in the helmet series–most of the helmets don’t have any moving parts.
2. LEGO Star Wars Stormtrooper Helmet 75276
Release Date: 2020
The LEGO Stormtrooper Helmet recreates the legendary white “buckethead” helmet of the infantry soldiers of the Galactic Empire. Imperial stormtroopers serve as a ubiquitous reminder of the Emperor’s power and reach throughout the galaxy.
1. LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter Helmet 75274
The inaugural helmet in the series, the LEGO TIE Fighter Helmet display model is predominantly black with two large Imperial emblems. The model even includes a representation of the two flexible gas transfer tubes that attach to front of the vacuum-sealed helmet!