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Hot Toys Star Wars: The Force Awakens R2-D2 1/6 Scale Figure

“R2-D2, you’ve come back!”

In the epic Star Wars: The Force Awakens, fans’ favorite Astromech droid R2-D2 has played a crucial role in the film when it wakes up from low power mode and presented the last piece of the map leading to the whereabouts of Luke Skywalker.

Today Hot Toys is pleased to officially introduce the 1/6th scale collectible figure of this beloved droid based on Star Wars: The Force Awakens!

The astonishing collectible figure is specially crafted based on the appearance of R2-D2 in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It features a meticulously crafted diecast metal dome, touch LED light-up functions, highly detailed mechanical construction with weathering effects, and remote controlled sound effect function featuring 12 iconic R2-D2 sounds!

Don’t pass up the chance to add this stunning Astromech droid to your Star Wars collection. This is the droid you are looking for!

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Specifications
– Product Code: MMS408
– Product Name: R2-D2
– Height: Approximately 18cm tall
– Points of Articulations: 10
– Special Features: A highly detailed mechanical construction with weathering effects and diecast metal dome, touch LED light-up functions, remote controlled sound effect function featuring 12 iconic R2-D2 sounds
– Artists: Head Sculpted by N/A
– Head Painted by N/A. Figure Painted by Lok Ho
– Head Art Directed by N/A. Figure Art Directed by JC. Hong

The 1/6th scale R2-D2 Collectible specially features:
– Authentic and detailed likeness of R2-D2 in Star Wars: The Force Awakens
– Meticulously crafted diecast metal dome
– Touch LED light-up functions (15 LED lights, battery operated)
– Greatly detailed mechanical construction with 10 points of articulations
– Specially applied weathering effects
– Remote controlled sound effect function featuring 12 iconic R2-D2 sounds
– Approximately 18cm tall

Accessory:
– One (1) remote control for sound effect function (battery operated)

Artists:
– Painted by Lok Ho
– Art Directed by JC. Hong



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