Unboxing: Jazzinc Diorama 1/6 Scale Millennium Falcon

Photo was taken on August 17, 2020

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It’s here! The massive detailed 1/6 scale Millennium Falcon Cockpit diorama from Jazzinc Studio!
The shipping box is massive as expected and surprisingly, the box was very well preserved by FedEx. As mint as it can be for the size and its weight.
The package design was beautiful. One funny thing was that in its description, it says “Justice Mobile” instead of “Millennium Falcon”. Joost, the creator, and the owner of Jazzinc Studio was making a 1/6 scale Justice Mobile from Justice League so I assume the typo was from there. Nothing to be worried about but I thought it was a bit funny lol. May be I got a print error which means more value for a Star Wars collector!

It’s massive. There is nothing better to describe this behemoth. It’s a roughly 30-inch depth, 19-inch width, and 20 inches in height. Weight? It’s too heavy lol.

The falcon hatch is removable for easy access. You can see the screws inside the hatch but that will not be much visible when you decide to take pictures. Joost did mention that the plastic window would be removable so that it is easier for photo sessions. The original Millennium Falcon model also did not have any window installed since the reflection would be troublesome during the filming. However, the plastic window is NOT removable for some reason. I have contacted Joost regarding this but I have not yet received an answer to this topic. Let me update you when I get an answer.

I will be having a different post for photograph review with my 1/6 figures but here is a sneak peek. And it’s amazing!

Ma—-gnificent isn’t it? And did I mention it LIGHTS UP? Yes, you heard me right.
The console light up using LED. It also has sound effects too!
Now, the one I got was the deluxe version. You can purchase the Millennium Falcon with or without LED & sound. The additional LED & sound is an extra $299 but it is well worth it. Drop one Hot Toys figure and you can get this beautiful beast lighting up.

Sadly, due to the packaging method, the soundboard and the LED is damaged so I get no sound plus the LED keeps failing.

The soundboard and the LED control are inside the base and when this item was packed, all the accessories including the chairs and such was placed inside the base as well. The problem was the soundboard and LED control units were unprotected. Even the chairs were broken so you can imagine how fragile things could be.

If you are purchasing the falcon, I suggest you to ask Joost to put some padding to avoid such damages. I already did contact Joost and waiting for his reply on how my Falcon can be dealt with. I mean, my falcon LED will definitely die off sometime soon (the light is flickering). He might be able to send me a soundboard with LED but I am no mechanic. I have no idea how this thing works so it would need a full repair or exchange but shipping this from Canada will be insanely expensive that I cannot pay (yes, Canada Post is one of the most expensive service in the world). The pricing to ship this will cost me half of the diorama.

Regardless, I was able to take photos and videos of the Falcon when the LED was on so those will be uploaded soon! Sad that I have no way to play the sounds.

Inspired by Hot Toy’s prototype Millennium Falcon which will never be released, Joost was kind to make the backside for this diorama too. It’s a wonderful addition. I mean, it’s two in one! Oh, and you can remove the roof for the backside of the Falcon if you wish!

You can have so much fun with this! Again, I will be having a separate post for the photograph session since this is simply an unboxing post. But look at those details! beautiful. I am throwing a sneak peek photo of the photograph review post 🙂

Details everywhere! I am sure if you do the lighting well, some people may even think it is an actual prop!

Btw, Joost was kind to give us additional red light buttons if you like to swap it with the installed clear ones. Just an option but any option is great. Since the installed buttons are glued on, you will need to find a way to remove them yourself but I sure ain’t complaining.
God! Look at that control panel! Which one? EVERY ONE OF THEM!!
I must apologize. Some of the photos looks a bit foggy because my camera was actually fogging up from the inside of the lens.

The inside is a masterpiece but the exterior is also a beauty. You can recreate other scenes from the film. So technically, this is a three in one diorama for sure. The play factor is limited to your imagination.

By the way, the Leia figure you see here is the Hot Toys 1/6 scale and C-3PO is from Bandai’s Tamashii Nation Chogokin Perfect Model. Absolutely THE best C-3PO you can find in this scale. What makes dioramas great is that it adds so much to the world-building. It makes the photograph hundreds of time convincing.

The LED promised to be dead sometime in the near future alone was depressing to me but I must say, having a crack in the front window frames was more devastating since I can still display the diorama without the lights but a visible major crack is something that cannot be ignored. Chewie’s going to scream for sure.

Luke looks worried lol.

This Falcon has several cracks due to it not been able to support its own weight. Some can be hidden easily. Some I can repair. The headrest and the armrest of the chairs are broken off too. I can easily fix those. But the repaired armrest will have a visible crack mark even I glued it on so that’s a bummer. But there is nothing I can do with the two major cracks on the front window frame. Hope Joost can come up with something that can resolve this matter so I won’t be stuck with a beaten up diorama. And I do wonder what would have been it like to have the diorama play with all those sounds.

By the way, all four chairs have magnets on its base to stick to the cockpit floor. One of the magnets was installed upside down so it keeps popping up back lol. When I have a figure on, it’s not visible but unless otherwise, one side is slightly higher than the other due to this. I managed to use blue tac to make it stick on so for anyone who has the same problem, here is the solution. 

And many figure collectors are very critical when it comes to keeping their collection as mint as they can be. But when you become old, I mean, I am in my 40s, I tend to not worry so much anymore. If I can fix it, I am fine with that.

So overall, what do I think about this diorama?
Kickass of course! This will definitely be your centerpiece. It’s something Hot Toys failed to deliver. That is why we have someone like Joost making our dream come true. I was unlucky when it comes to all the defects I got with this one but I am sure you will have no problem if you order yours now since Joost is aware of the issue already. Well, I mean if he still has any more Falcon to sell that is. Joost makes all his diorama with his father and son (yes, it’s like Star Wars). It’s not like his diorama can be mass-produced. It’s always in limited quantities and most are exclusive to one-time production. So if you have the chance to pick this beautiful Millennium Falcon up, I suggest you do that right away.

You can check out Joost’s diorama here:
Jazzinc Diorama: https://jazzincdioramas.com/

I do have a video coming to my Youtube channel soon where you can see a full live unboxing and photo review. I have a simple “how to fix” on the broken chair in the video too. The next post will photo review of this Falcon with other 1/6 scale figures. It’s where the fun begins.

And once I receive answers from Joost, I will update you all on another post so please stay tuned!

This concludes my unboxing of 1/6 scale Millennium Falcon from Jazzinc Diorama.


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