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Star Wars™Squeeze & Blink Grogu™ Interactive Plush

R749

Retail: R1,030
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Star Wars™ fans of all ages will fall in love with Grogu™ all over again! At 11 inches tall, Squeeze & Blink Grogu™ has a soft plush body and detailed vinyl head, with details authentic to the popular series The Mandalorian™ and The Book of Boba Fett™. Bring Grogu™ to life with cuddles -- squeeze one side of the soft doll's belly to see his eyes blink and hear soft life-like vocals; push down on the other side to raise his hand in a force-like pose; press both sides together to activate all movements and sounds at the same time for the full effect! An affectionate and heart-warming plush, Grogu™ makes it easy to reenact favorite moments from the series or create new adventures and makes a great gift for fans and collectors of all ages. Colors and decorations may vary.

Product Features
  • Fans of Star Wars™ can bring Grogu™ to life with this plush featuring movement and sounds inspired by the beloved character onscreen!
  • Give Grogu™ plush a squeeze on one side to see his eyes blink and hear soft life-like vocals!
  • Push the other side to see the soft doll raise his hand in a force-like pose!
  • Squeeze & Blink Grogu™ is approximately 11 inches tall with authentic details perfect for recreating scenes or starting new adventures!
  • The collectible plush makes a great gift for Star Wars™ fans of all ages!
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