Star Wars Scale Lists
Sizes and Scales of over 800 Star Wars miniatures & models
My Star Wars Scale Lists contains the sizes and scales of the miniatures, collectibles, and toys I own. Occasionally, fans of the site send me measurements, marked with an [*] asterisk.
Primarily, I measure vehicles by length. Yet, even with digital calipers, there is possibility of user error. Let me know if you think something is off, and I can check it.
I estimated some sizes, marked with "est." I try to give a reason why at the bottom of every page. For a more in-depth look at how I am estimating these sizes, take a look at my Size Analyses pages.
Lastly, if you have measurements you want to send me, please do, preferably with calipers in metric.
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Cause I want to.
I mostly did this for diorama planning, as well as my own curiosity. It doesn't really bother me that some company's model kit or collectible ISN'T what they say it is.
Action Fleet - Galoob, later Hasbro, hard plastic toys with figures from the mid-90s
Altaya - Subscription die-cast miniatures from France, larger than DA
De Agostini - Subscription die-cast miniatures from France, mid-2000s
F-toys - Pre-painted plastic blind box models from Japan in mid-2000s
Fantasy Flight - Plastic minis from X-wing, Armada, & Legion
Hallmark - Ornaments of all sizes
Hot Wheels - Die-cast, low-detail minis starting in 2016-ish
Micro Galaxy Squadron - Jazwares 2022 line of Action Fleet-type toys
Micro Machines - Galoob's mid-90s vinyl plastic painted miniatures
Micro Machines 2.0 - Hasbro's 2015 relaunch of the line
Micro Vehicles (2005) - Hasbro's vinyl plastic minis from 2005
Model Kits - Styrene or resin buildable models
Titanium Series - Galoob, later Hasbro, die-cast ships 95-2016
TOMY Series - Vinyl plastic miniature displays from Japan, early 2000s
Wizards of the Coast - Early 2000s vinyl plastic gaming minis
Miscellaneous - everything else, including Disney Die-casts
Have you thought of doing scale lists for the Disney die-cast vehicles? I know they are a bit ‘abnormal’ with their scales which probably puts a lot of people off, but for the casual collector they are pretty neat things!
Hey. Right now, I have 2 of them listed on the Miscellaneous page. I bought the First Order Snowspeeder myself, which is a really nice collectible. Someone shared the AT-AT’s height with me. I’d love to add others, but I don’t plan on buying any right now. I’m hoping that they do some more for The Last Jedi, but I guess we’ll see. As always, if you have any and want to measure them, I will add them to the list.
Cool, thanks Jonathan – I have a couple of the x-wings which are pretty nice I think. I’ll try to measure them later and let you know the dimensions!