Sixth Scale Imperial Probe Droid Figure Revealed
Jay Cochran - November 18, 2013
Joining the Militaries of Star Wars Sixth Scale collection, Sideshow is proud to present the Imperial Probe Droid. First introduced in the opening scenes of Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, the tenacious spy sets intergalactic war back in motion upon locating the Rebel Alliance base, hidden on the icy surface of the planet Hoth.
Nearly 18″ tall, hovering along atop a museum quality base with an optional Hoth-themed base hugger, the immense Imperial Probe Droid Sixth Scale Figure, or ‘Probot,’ is packed with personality.
It isn’t friendly, whatever it is
In addition to ominous black lenses and brilliant light up eye features, the Probe Droid also includes a ‘squawk box,’ loaded up with the infamous garbled transmission sound effects that made it one target Han undeniably shot at first.
Designed for searching, scanning and sampling, the diligent patrol unit has a wide range of motion with a rotating dome, retractable antennae, and fully articulated manipulator arms. However, we recommend caution when handling; they’re armed with blasters, and in some cases they’ve been known to self-destruct.
The Imperial Probe Droid will be priced at $249.99 with payment plan options available. It will be moving in for pre-order this Thursday, November 21st, so keep your sights set outside the base in Zone Twelve, and on our weekly Sideshow Newsletter for the official announcement!
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