Toys R Us is acting Craitzy with their exclusive Rey (Jedi Training) figure. The action taken have been a little Crait-Crait. JTA Facebook reader Farhan received a cancellation notice for the Rey (Jedi Training) *Crait) 6″ figure despite it showing in stock and available for pre-order as we post this. This might be better for everyone in the long run because ToysR Us.com is running a promotion which marks this 6″ figure down to $29. Let us know your experiences in the comments!
You can PRE-ORDER the Rey (Jedi Training On Crait) Toys R Us exclusive for $34.99 right now!
Check out our Visual Guide for the newly released Toys R Us exclusive Rey (Jedi Training) (Crait) 6-inch figure. Click below for the full guide page. Make sure to also see what we had to say in our complete review.
“But they don’t get paid enough to care!” I recently was out shopping on an extremely rare toy run to pick up the newly released Rey (Jedi Training) (Crait) figure for our RDRs. (I don’t collect these things and going on toy runs has been pointless since 2013 in my area.) A couple of different stores had them in stock, but most of them looked like what is shown in the image below. Can’t Toys R Us employees show a little more tender loving care when it comes to our Star Wars collectibles? Accidents are always possible, but this was just careless rushing getting stock onto the shelves. We have also seen reports of this same thing across the country from our Facebook readers too.
You saw our sneak peek first look at this figure yesterday, now it’s time to check out the review of Rey (Jedi Training) (Crait) in our Research Droids Reviews today! Be sure to leave your own thoughts in our comments section, vote in the poll or even leave comments about it on our Facebook page. Click the banner below for the direct link to the review! As always, you can also send your own personal review requests via email if you’d like to see something that we didn’t cover yet.
Well, Rey (Jedi Training) (Crait) is a bit of a conundrum. The figure looks about as perfect as it can without the “photo realistic” technology and is certainly a step up from the basic release. But we’re thinking that the soft-goods might be working against this figure somewhat. The environmental pieces are awesome, but they don’t connect that well and don’t lay flatly against a flat surface when assembled. The metal accessories are a nice touch, but are collectors going to care? Also, we’re not sure if Rey’s “zombie” colored skin is intentional, or if she sustains some bruising in this film. Of particular note, she has a cut on her right arm. Does she get violent with Luke Skywalker in Episode VIII? Hmm. Check out our Photo Gallery and Collector Notes now. The review is hitting tomorrow!
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