Set Value (New/Sealed)

This chart represents the current new/sealed value of the set Dark Side Developer Kit since April 2016. Very high accuracy
9754 Dark Side Developer Kit was a 578 piece Mindstorms set released in 2000. The current value for a new and sealed Dark Side Developer Kit is estimated at $254 with an average yearly gain of about 3%. On the secondary markets the typical price range for the set MISB/NISB is between $206 and $290. On the open market, a used set will fetch in the range of between $74 and $151 depending on the condition.

For Sale (New/Sealed)

(US) Technic Star Wars Mindstorms Dark Side Development Kit 9754 COMPLETE *READ*
BrickEconomy Choice
$169.00
(US) Star Wars Mindstorms Dark Side Development Kit 9754 Brand New In Box At-at
$184.95
-27.3%
(US) Technic Star Wars Mindstorms Dark Side Development Kit 9754 COMPLETE NEW
$195.99
-22.9%
(US) Star Wars Mindstorms Dark Side Development Kit (9754)
$200.00
-21.3%
(US) Amazon listing for Dark Side Developer Kit
~$249.15
-2.0%
(DE) --- Set is new but box has been opened. All inner bags still originally sealed. Pleas...
$253.76
-0.2%
(UK) BrickLink store Minifigforlife
$274.72
+8.1%
(BE) *** MISB *** Click on [more] for nice pics and complete description of the sold set
$289.68
+13.9%
(AU) Star Wars LEGO set 9754 LEGO Mindstorms Star Wars Dark Side Developer Kit Unopen
$356.38
+40.2%
(HU) BrickLink store Legrobi
$579.37
+127.9%

Sales Distribution (Last 90 Days)

This chart shows the distribution of sales for the last 3 months of new/sealed 9754 Dark Side Developer Kit.

Sale Trends

This chart shows the sales trends (number sold) of new/sealed 9754 Dark Side Developer Kit.

Sets in Mindstorms / Star Wars

Theme / Subtheme Mindstorms / Star Wars
Year 1999
Pieces 657
Availability Retired
9748 LEGO Mindstorms Star Wars Droid Developer Kit
Retail $99.99
Value $273.12
Growth 173.1%
Annual growth 2.9%
Survey the 567 plastic pieces that make up the Dark Side Developer Kit, and your first thought is: How could this jumble of plastic doodads ever be assembled into anything approximating a toy? Fear not. The heart of the set is the Micro Scout miniprocessor with a built-in light sensor, motor, and seven "behaviors" that describe the robots' movements and actions. Clear instructions help you build droids of various complexity. Our Jedi Apprentice droid was more fun to build than we expected. Rummaging through the divided tray holding the many components became a kind of game in itself. This toy is best enjoyed by kids and grown-ups together, but technically precocious youngsters could manage very well on their own.
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