Star Wars Ultimate Co-pilot Chewie Interactive Plush Toy, brought to life by furReal, 100+ Sound-and-Motion Combinations, Ages 4 and Up

5 out of 5

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Chewbacca (“Chewie” to his best pals) is famous as Han solo’s loyal friend and co-pilot – and now the Star Wars Ultimate co-pilot Chewie interactive plush Toy, Brought to life by the fur Real brand, can be your trusted companion in adventure, wherever your imagination takes you! This amazing…

3 reviews for Star Wars Ultimate Co-pilot Chewie Interactive Plush Toy, brought to life by furReal, 100+ Sound-and-Motion Combinations, Ages 4 and Up

5 out of 5
  1. Muffin McFurry

    Here is what you need to know. Is this cute? Yes, it is. Is this fun for a child? Yes, it is. Is that fun something that lasts? No, it does not.The interactive Chewbacca toy is designed well, but it is very limited. He lifts his arms, he tilts his head, he opens and closes his mouth and eyes. These things are neat, but they are all repetitive. Chewbacca makes his signature Wookie roar, a lot. To “tickle” him, you have to fish around for the sensors. This is the same with all the activation sensors on the toy. The only one that is apparent is the one on the midsection of Chewbacca. Playing music for him, speaking to him, these things work if the child is in a completely quiet, echo-free room. Sans that, those functions won’t work.All in all, this is a toy that they put some work into designing, but the magic wears off quickly, making this a heavy, not very soft stuffed animal for $129.00.

  2. Blueorion

    Here is what you need to know. Is this cute? Yes, it is. Is this fun for a child? Yes, it is. Is that fun something that lasts? No, it does not.The interactive Chewbacca toy is designed well, but it is very limited. He lifts his arms, he tilts his head, he opens and closes his mouth and eyes. These things are neat, but they are all repetitive. Chewbacca makes his signature Wookie roar, a lot. To “tickle” him, you have to fish around for the sensors. This is the same with all the activation sensors on the toy. The only one that is apparent is the one on the midsection of Chewbacca. Playing music for him, speaking to him, these things work if the child is in a completely quiet, echo-free room. Sans that, those functions won’t work.All in all, this is a toy that they put some work into designing, but the magic wears off quickly, making this a heavy, not very soft stuffed animal for $129.00.

  3. R. Weikert

    So I found this at Target the first day it came out in August. I had seen this product on videos earlier in the year when it was featured at the toy shows, and had been waiting for it to come out since. I’m a collector of various things, and thought this was a unique toy/collectible to have. (Note: I really like the Star Wars movies, but I’m not a hardcore Star Wars fan.)It is pretty neat to interact with, and I’m very impressed with the lifelike movements and sounds. I’ve shown it to other adults who happen to be Star Wars fans, and they loved it! I don’t have any kids, but I imagine this would be just as appealing to kids as it is to adults. In terms of Star Wars products, this is a top 5 in terms of best collectible.As for the review with the low rating that mentioned the sticky fur, the reviewer failed to read the instruction booklet it came with. It mentions that Chewie’s hair has gel to purposely give it that authentic Chewie look, but that it can be brushed out if preferred.

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