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ToyLand: Force Friday Exclusives Revealed

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Aug 31 2017
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All new figs from Hasbro, LEGO sets, drones, clothing, and more will be available at retailers online and off tonight!

The events and freebies were announced earlier this week – now the merch gets center stage. Yakface has an unofficial check list that’s a must for those venturing out this weekend. Here are the highlights from StarWars.com

Hasbro

Force Link Starter Set: When kids wear the included Force Link wearable technology and pick up the included 3.75-inch scale Kylo Ren figure, they can activate authentic sounds and phrases! Kids can imagine sending Kylo Ren into fiery battle with the included Lightsaber accessory, and imagine recreating their favorite scenes and adventures from Star Wars.

Force Link BB-8 2-in-1 Mega Playset: Activate amazing Force Link sounds, phrases, and lights in the BB-8 2-in-1 Mega playset, including Force Link wearable technology! BB-8 easily opens to reveal a multi-level playset including 3 Force Link activation areas with lights and sounds, as well as 6 areas of play and awesome play features including trap doors, firing projectiles, and more! The BB-8 2-in-1 Mega playset also includes two 3.75-inch scale Force Link-activated figures — Supreme Leader Snoke and Elite Praetorian Guard (with Single Blade) — so kids can immediately imagine recreating their own Star Warsaction!

 

The Black Series Poe Dameron Electronic X-Wing Pilot Helmet: Kids and fans alike can imagine the biggest battles and missions in the Star Wars saga with helmets from The Black Series! With exquisite features and decoration, this series embodies the quality and realism that Star Wars devotees love…. this Poe Dameron Electronic X-Wing Pilot helmet that features an internal microphone that activates battle sounds and interaction with Poe’s right-hand droid, BB-8! Helmet also features a retractable polarizing visor and speech projector, so kids can imagine gearing up like Poe Dameron and blasting into the fight against the First Order. 

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LEGO

First Order Heavy Assault Walker: Grab the First Order Heavy Assault Walker and lumber into battle against Poe, Rey and the Resistance allies. Fire the head-mounted spring-loaded shooters and take aim with the rapid-fire stud shooter on top. When you run short on ammo, open the compartments and reload. If the Resistance fighters get too close, drop the mines at the back to give them a big surprise!

 

Disney Store

Star Wars Elite Series Die Cast Action Figures: Star Wars Elite Series Die Cast Action Figures inspired by Star Wars: The Last Jedi (characters included: Kylo Ren (unmasked), Rey, Luke Skywalker, First Order Judicial Stormtrooper, Praetorian Guard, R2-D2). A premium line of die cast action figures featuring characters inspired by Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Available exclusively at Disney Store, DisneyStore.com, and Disney Parks.

 

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Hallmark

Itty Bitty Plush: Limited Edition General Leia, Finn, Rey, Limited Edition Kylo Ren, 2 pack Supreme Leader Snoke & Praetorian Guard (Limited Quantity-Hallmark.com exclusive), and BB-9E.

 

Propel

Propel Star Wars Battle Drones: Bring the magic of flight to a whole new dimension with the Propel T64 X-wing starfighter, TIE Advanced X1 and the 74Z Speeder Bike quadcopter. You can fly these drones at top speeds up to 35 miles per hour and engage friends and family in exciting multiplayer battles! Now comes with a companion app.

 

Sphero

BB-8 App-Enabled Droid, R2-D2 App-Enabled Droid, and BB-9E App-Enabled Droid: BB-8, BB-9E, and R2-D2 are astromech droids from a galaxy far, far away…. Powered by the new Sphero App-Enabled Droids app, drive your droids, send them on patrol together, and more. Roam iconic ship interiors and memorable locations from the Star Wars saga through augmented reality and the Droid Trainer accessory. Each droid has different holographic environments to explore.

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