Star Wars 2011 Playskool Jedi Force Mini Figure 2Pack Yoda Luke Skywalker

  • Team up your Luke Skywalker and Yoda figures for incredible adventures in a galaxy far, far away!
  • Each articulated figure measures about 2 2/1-inches tall and includes a non-removable weapon.

Team up your YODA and LUKE SKYWALKER figures for incredible adventures in a galaxy far, far away!Figures come with tearaway character card.

List Price: $ 7.50

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
3.0 out of 5 stars
Ideal for toddler, November 8, 2011
= Durability:3.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:2.0 out of 5 stars 
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This is perfect for a toddler just learning about Star Wars. The oversized hands are odd looking (why not make the character bigger!?!?), but my son doesn’t seem to notice. It’s helpful that the weapon is non-removable, as I never have to hunt for Luke’s light saber.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars
My 4-year old is loving these new Star Wars toys, January 2, 2012
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I’m really surprised at some of the negative reveiws this line has been receiving. This toy line has very much impressed me with its attention to detail and my boy loves them despite not having watched any of the movies yet. (We’re getting close though!)

This set contains both Luke and Yoda. This version of Luke is from “The Empire Strikes Back” and has a lightsaber that’s attached to the hand (so no worries about it getting lost!) Yoda is… well, he’s Yoda. His size is proportionate to the other figures and also has a lightsaber attached at the hand. The choice of having Yoda with a lightsaber is a little surprising considering that we never saw Yoda wield a lightsaber in Empire or Return of the Jedi. Since their are several versions Luke in the line I’m surprised they didn’t make different versions of Yoda, but I can understand that the kids are going to want to make the figures fight so why not let the Jedi master have his lightsaber? No big deal.

One thing I noticed on the page was the choking hazard warning. To reiterate, the lightsabers are ATTACHED to the figures; they can not be removed. I’m guessing the choking hazard is a reference to the Yoda figure itself since it is half the size of the normal figures.

All in all a great two-pack; highly recommended. The current price of is a little high. I’ve seen these two-packs as low as in stores; normal pricing in the -9 range.

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0 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
2.0 out of 5 stars
Why does Yoda have a lightsaber?, December 10, 2011
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Why in the world does Yoda have a lightsaber? These figures look like they’re based on The Empire Strikes Back. Yoda should have a walking stick, if anything.

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