Tilts head, raises arms, and roars just like Chewie. Strategic sensors allow him to be tickled. Talks back when spoken to, which makes kids feel like they can speak wookie.
Room has to be completely quiet for the talk back feature to work.
It's as big as a 2-year-old and that's worth geeking out about. Good construction and stitching, making it durable enough for young children. Great size for kids who like to sleep with a stuffed toy.
If Kylo Ren isn't one of your favorites, this toy isn't for you.
Plush and backpack combo. Soft arms, legs, and head. Zipper hidden in Yoda’s robes. Yoda hugs your shoulders. Fluffy white hairline. Adjustable straps. Embroidered features.
This plush backpack is as pricy as it is adorable.
Makes authentic porg noises, flaps wings, and makes several different chirping sounds. It's enough to melt the heart of the most grown up Star Wars fan. Soft, cuddly fur.
You can hear the gears whirring while it moves.
At 9 inches tall, it's a good size for young children. He's cuddly enough to squeeze, which then activates the sound mechanism. Durable enough to withstand a few tumbles.
Some issues with volume, sound quality, and battery life.
With Star Wars as popular as ever, plush toys in your favorite characters from a galaxy far, far away are everywhere. Some of the smallest Star Wars plush toys are only 4.5 inches tall, which allows them to be used as a toy or decoration (and maybe as ammo when you’re having your own intergalactic battle). Interactive plush toys that talk, move, and respond to their environment are definitely consumer favorites. They may be as small as six or seven inches though they can be larger than eighteen inches. However, if you've got a child who wants to take their favorite character to bed, opt for a traditional plush without the interactive features that add inner hardware.
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