Got an extra $400 lying around? If you do Mattel and Disney are hoping you spend it on their adorable new Baby Yoda/ The Child/ Grogu offering (had to get all the keywords in.)
Mattel has the preorder up for this deluxe plush Grogu with motorized door hover pram. It’s scheduled to ship out between 2/15/2022- 4/15/2022. Yes, a year+ away, but just in time for buyers to spend their tax refunds or stimulus checks.
Here’s the write-up:
“Star Wars – The Mandalorian The Child™ – Collector Edition Plush with Hover Pram celebrates the cutest creature in the galaxy and is a heart-warming plush toy like no other. With exciting accessories inspired by the newest chapters of the epic Lucasfilm series, The Mandalorian™, the Child inspired plush is highly detailed with true-to-screen authentic styling. Transport him during your adventures in his iconic protective hover pram featuring motorized doors that open and close at the push of a button. When questing across the galaxy, the Mandalorian ensured that his Force-sensitive sidekick was safe when things became a little too action-packed, and now so can you!
- Hover Pram features true-to-series details with motorized doors and a base with adjustable stand that is 42 inches high at maximum height
- Adorable Grogu plush includes premium features with charming eyes, large ears, realistic looking hair and highly detailed clothing
- New season 2 accessories included like control knob and Chowder Squid
- This 12inch tall Child has a soft body, arms and legs, perfect for cuddling!
- Includes Certificate of Authenticity“
It better include that certificate for the price. But the pram raises up so it’s about 3 1/2 feet tall.
If you are interested in pre-ordering little Grogu you can do so HERE.
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