The next instalment of the Star Wars film series via spin off “Solo: A Star Wars Story” is due in cinemas in just a month from now, and to ensure the kids (young and old) are ready, there’s a bunch of great merchandise about to hit stores too!
With the Millennium Falcon being Han Solo’s daily driver, you can expect to see a young Han, his future copilot and the Falcon in toy form across stores this month and into the future.
Here’s a bunch of great products coming for Han Solo & Star Wars fans:
FORCE LINK 2.0 FIGURES
Not just figurines, these little characters have phrases and sounds built in
From Toys R Us, Myer, Big W and Kmart – RRP $14.99.
FORCE LINK 2.0 STARTER SET INCLUDING FORCE LINK WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY
Wanna activate the sounds in those figurines? You’ll need the force-link device. With Force Link 2.0 (a wearable) you can fire up the movie characters and hear interactions and responses between individual characters.
From Big W, Myer, EB Games, Amazon and supermarkets – RRP $59.99
BLADEBUILDERS FORCE MASTER LIGHTSABER
Every kid needs a lightsaber right?This one has four changing blade colours, plus more than 20 built in phrases to hear and sound effects to play.
Be your own Yoda, Obi-Wan, Mace Windo or Vader.
From Toys R Us, Myer, Big W, Amazon and supermarkets – RRP $59.99
These head-spinning characters are ever popular, and taking your Chewy or other character obsession into this new world is the next big thing. There’s different expressions, and plenty to see.
From Kmart, Myer, Toys R Us and Supermarkets – RRP $19.99
FORCE LINK 2.0 MILLENNIUM FALCON WITH ESCAPE CRAFT
With landing gear, this Millennium Falcon is ready for display, or to land at your local Space Port. There’s also an Escape Craft on board with a launching port so there’s lots of fun to be had with this guy.
From Big W – RRP $59.99
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