Today we take a quick look at the VIP keychain 5007403 Mandalorian Beskar Keychain which will be offered from May 1, 2022 on the Shop. You will have to spend at least €70 on products from the LEGO Star Wars range and be a member of the VIP program to get this outsourced bauble like all the other keychains already offered by LEGO at Chinese company RDP.
The object is delivered in a cardboard box with a foam insert that protects it, it's sexy. And I must admit that this is the first time that I have been enthusiastic about one of the derivative products that are not real LEGO: reproducing a block from Beskar is an excellent idea and the realization seems to me to be quite acceptable here. The grooves even extend over the edges of the object and there are only the inscriptions on the back of the block to distract the fan who will be happy to be able to hang their keys there and scratch the doors of their car with them.
The only downside: the very rough finish of this metal key ring with a block of Beskar, some areas of which are very damaged, at least on the copy I received. It's mass production and I think LEGO has pulled the prices down, but an effort out of respect for anyone who's going to spend their money buying stuff at full price to get the thing would have been the welcome.
Do you have to spend 70 € to get this keychain? It's up to you, but as far as I'm concerned, I'm more interested in this key ring, which I find really successful, than in the two other LEGO products that will be offered subject to purchase during the May the 4th operation.
LEGO has also lowered its ambitions with this new offer, you had to spend at least €100 on products from the LEGO Star Wars range to get the keychain 5006363 Star Wars Han Solo Keychain in October 2020, it will be €70 this time.
Note: The promotional product presented here, provided by LEGO, is as usual involved. Deadline fixed at 7th May 2022 next at 23:59 p.m. Just post a comment under the article to participate.
Update : The winner was drawn and notified by email, his nickname is indicated below.
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