(Japanese Exclusive)

(Revenge of the Sith)

Year: 2005

Assortment: Exclusive Figures

Retail: $19.99
(US version)

UPC Number: 4547551310593

Weapons and Accessories:

  • 3?" scale remote control action figure
  • Very limited quantity available of this exclusive
  • Includes remote control and batteries for operation
  • Features original Japanese packaging
  • Comments: This miniature remote control R2-D2 from Japan is just about the same scale as the Hasbro action figure version, but includes all the bells and whistles (literally!) that has made R2 a favorite among fans. As the official and exclusive U.S retailer for this collectible, this one will be hard to find elsewhere.

    With the mini-lightsaber remote, R2 will move forward or turn on command, rotate his dome as he rolls, beep and whistle, and illuminate his photo-receptor "eye." Not since the 1978 Japanese/Canadian exclusive wind-up R2 has such a cool item come along for fans and figure collectors. R2 measures approximately 2.5" tall, and includes batteries for the remote and R2 himself.

    Window box packaging attractively displays both R2-D2 and the lightsaber remote, and includes the stunning "Vader in Flames" graphics that mesh with the U.S. carded Episode III action figure line. This is one toy you'll definitely want to take out of the package, though.

    Click on the arrow above to watch R2-D2 in action!

    Points of Interest:
  • Remote Control R2-D2 was also available through for US customers.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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