Hasbro unveiled their upcoming Animatronic The Child toy today at Toy Fair New York.
Of course it created a lot of buzz after it debuted on GMA this morning.
This toy is going to be popular and it costs $59.99 and releases on December 15th
Honestly that isn’t too terrible if you consider how much toys like Furreal Friends can cost.
It has over 25 sounds and motion combinations that bring the adorable character to life.
Check out this preview video!
Here is a list of “features:”
- SERIES-INSPIRED SOUNDS: Touch the top of The Child Animatronic Edition’s head to activate sound effects inspired by The Mandalorian, including happy and excited, giggles and babbles, tired and sleeping, and Force effects sounds
- ANIMATED TOY: Features motorized movements, including a head that moves up and down, ears that move back and forth, eyes that open and close, and more
- FORCE ACTIVATION: Boys and girls ages 4 and up will love patting The Child Animatronic Edition’s head 3 times for Force activation, in which the animatronic toy will raise its arm, close its eyes, and sigh, as if using the Force
- FORCE NAP: Pretending to channel the Force takes a whole lot of energy and requires a lot of rest. Lay The Child toy down and it will close its eyes and take a “Force nap”
- STYLED AFTER THE DISNEY PLUS SERIES: Star Wars The Child Animatronic Edition is inspired by the fan-favorite character from The Mandalorian and includes a removable Mandalorian pendant necklace and premium soft goods robe
If you want this for Christmas, you can get on pre-ordering it now. Keep in mind if anything happens during production it could have a later date down the road.
Amazon has it available HERE.
Shop Disney also has it HERE, but they are listing 12/21/2020 as their release date. That is cutting it a bit close for the holidays.
Hasbro Pulse had it for pre-order, with a release date of 12/01/2020, but it has already sold out.
You might want to order sooner rather than later.
What do you think? Comment and let us know!
Source: Hasbro, Zavvi on YouTube, IGN
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