LEGO Star Wars Stormtrooper Kid’s Watch

LEGO Star Wars Stormtrooper Watch #2855057

What time is it? If you’re me, it is time to write about this LEGO Star Wars Stormtrooper Kid’s Watch. For you it is time to read about how your child can actually customize this watch with interchangeable links and bezels. Plus it comes with a LEGO Stormtrooper minifigure, which is great because kid’s want something to play with as their Christmas present, not just something to wear.

Now time for a beer. For me. For you it is time to order one of these LEGO Stormtrooper watches.

LEGO Star Wars Stormtrooper Watch

Perfect for young or old Star Wars fans, the LEGO Kids’ Star Wars Storm Trooper Watch features a fun, colorful dial with a cartoon image of a Storm Trooper in front of a bright yellow background. The white hour and minute hands and Arabic numeral hour indexes make it fun to tell time. You can customize the watchband with interchangeable links or change out the light gray bezel for the black one. Plus, the watch comes with a Storm Trooper LEGO mini-figure. The LEGO Kids’ Star Wars Storm Trooper Watch is powered by Japanese quartz movement and features a scratch-resistant mineral crystal so not only does it look cool, it’s reliable and durable. It’s also water resistant to 165 feet (50 meters).

LEGO Star Wars Stormtrooper Watch #9002922

LEGO Star Wars Stormtrooper Watch #2855057

  • Watch face features image of LEGO Star Wars Stormtrooper minifigure!
  • LEGO ClicTime watches are tested to ISO standard 2281 to a static depth of 50m. This means that these watches are splashproof.
  • Battery included.

Purchase the Lego Stormtrooper Kid’s Watch for $24.99 at LEGO Shop. Also available for $19.99 at, $17.99 at, and $24.99 at (It appears that LEGO #2855057 and #9002922 are both LEGO Stormtrooper watches. Even though the numbers are different, they look like they’re the same.)

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