Star Wars Altaya scale list

In 2021, Altaya or De Agostini started a new line of diecast models, similar to the older De Agostini line. Currently sold in France and Spain, this new Star Wars Altaya line is quite a bit larger. Fortunately, I made a buddy who subscribed to the line for me and send me the models to the US. The come in simple packaging, but also include magazines that talk about the ships.

Details vary from amazing to off a bit. For instance, the Razor Crest and AT-AT look amazing. Darth's TIE is too long/slim, and the Slave I has raised panel lines that look horrible. Yet, they still do a good job for what you get. However, I have noticed a lot of quality control issues. Lots of smaller pieces pop off from poor glue application or are completely broken. The Snowspeeder is the worst because of the cockpit being warped badly on one side. I can fix most of the broken pieces with glue, but the Snowspeeder is beyond my skill. At least Altaya will issue replacements for broken models, but only in France.

Luckily, I'm still happy with Star Wars Altaya line, as they are doing some ships never before released. If you have any questions about the line, feel free to message me. We also regularly discuss these on the Rebelscum forums.

VesselScaleMeasured SizeReferenceNotes
Snowspeeder4112.85 cm5.3 m
A-wing4914.14 cm6.9 m
TIE Advanced x14911.95 cm5.8 m10.08 (width)
T-70 X-wing8215.3 cm12.49 m
Slave I15513.9 cm (height)21.5 m12.71 cm (width)
Razor Crest17714.15 cm (sans guns)25 m (est.)15.06 (with guns)
AT-AT22010.21 cm (height)22.5 m
Lambda-class Shuttle2428.26 cm20 m
Imperial Star Destroyer1065815.012 cm1600 m

Notes on Estimated Sizes

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