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We Need It: “Star Wars” The Yamdalorian and the Tot Potato Heads!

If you love collecting “Star Wars” or better yet Baby Yoda things from “The Mandalorian,” then we’ve spotted a new item for you. A new take on Mr. Potato head from a galaxy far, far away. Centered around Mando and Grogu, the set is being called The Yamdalorian and the Tot. Nothing is more appropriate than associating sweet little Grogu with that of a tater tot! Except maybe associating him with chicken nuggies.

You can order the set from Entertainment Earth now!

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This is something you may not want to open if you’re a collector. Or at least keep it in a dust free area because with all the accessories it’s bound to collect dust. Plus the picture of the toy is pretty nice on the box.

This would make a great gift for kids ages 2 and up who are just learning to use fine motor skills and for collectors who’ve been at it a long time.

Star Wars Potato Head The Yamdalorian and the Tot

Spuds are the way! Meet the Yamdalorian and the Tot, Potato Head versions of characters from the Star Wars series, The Mandalorian. This creative toy for preschoolers features one potato body, a base with feet, helmet, armor, cape, eyes, 2 arms, 2 ears, nose, and mustache. Plus, the adorable Tot figure inspired by Grogu fits inside the Yamdalorian’s included pouch. The accessories are designed for little hands, so kids will love imagining intergalactic adventures with this dynamic potato duo.

This Potato Head toy makes a great birthday gift and holiday gift for any Star Wars fan ages 2 and up. Most parts are compatible with other Mr. Potato Head, Mrs. Potato Head, and Potato Head toys. (Each sold separately. Subject to availability.)

This Potato Head toy features 14 pieces to mix and mash, including a potato body and 13 accessories, like a helmet, armor, cape, and Tot figure that fits inside the pouch. Ages 2 and up. Includes 1 large 5 1/2-inch potato body and 13 accessories.

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Something of note is that the box is genderless encouraging parents to buy it for either girls or boys. Hasbro has been just putting the words Potato Head on boxes since they made a statement last year.

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