Released in 2001 as a Star Wars fan club exclusive and retailing for $24.99, the Carbon-Freezing chamber came with a ton of play features including a laser canon with firing missile, an interesting take on the carbon freeze block, a working platform to lower Han Solo into the chamber, and excellent sculpting and details in the form of various control. panels. While not very accurate to the carbon freezing chamber as seen in The Empire Strikes Back it is still a very fun play set. The new Carbon Freezing Chamber from Hasbro’s The Vintage Collection, released in early 2021, is a great way to display your Star Wars Figures; pricing and packaging aside. But because of the rickety nature of it’s parts, it’s not so great as a play set.