Star Wars Scale Lists

Sizes & Scales of over 900 Star Wars miniatures - because reasons

Methods

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, which I mark 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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Why?

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.

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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

Star Wars Scale Lists

7 Comments

  1. Hi,

    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!

    Cheers

    M

    • 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.

  2. 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!

  3. Ive been following The measurements in your page because I want to build a diorama about a gallactic battle involving X Wings AND Ties AND many other Ships from The rebellion AND The Empire. At first I thought that The X Wing Miniatures Game would be The Best choice due to size AND scaling. But after checking your page I realized they aré not very consistent with scales despite they promise being around 1:220 scale. Then I thought Micro Galaxy Squadron was a better idea Then The same thing happenned. Which One would you say Is The most consistent brand concerning scales? Thank you very much. Greetings from Mexico.

    • Sadly, I don’t think there’s a “consistent” line, at least not one that has a LOT of ships. For dioramas, I think it’s easier to pick a scale, and then find miniatures that fit that scale.

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