As a Dark Lord of the Sith, Darth Tater was once a promising young Jedi who lost his roots.
Use your imagination to create all sorts of wacky looks and funny faces.
• 1 potato body
• 1 helmet
• 1 face plate
• 1 set of teeth
• 1 set of boots
• 1 tongue
• 1 nose
• 1 cape
• 1 pair of eyes
• 2 arms (with lightsaber)
• 2 ears
Also available: Clone Tuber, Spudtrooper & Artoo-Potatoo. Each sold seperately.
Having had the Miniature Mr Potato Head as a child myself I knew what fun they were. We currently have Darth Tater and Spider Tater as well as the Original Mr Potato Head.
They are a durable toy that lasts forever. Even my 18month old son loves to play with them. The fact that you can get them in "costume" or as the original version is an added bonus.
You can have the parts in what ever position your heart desires. This is one toy that never dies and the great thing is that Hasbro is always bringing out different ones :D
Kids and adults of any age will love it and its one item that should be in any household.
Okay hands up all you adults out there that either remember or even owned a Mister Potato Head when you were younger?
Well it's back and with an all new look to entice the current generation (and the older generation that just have to collect anything Star Wars related).
Now I have a 8 year old son what is absolutely hooked on Star Wars, I mean I like the movies and I know a bit about them, but my son is the definition of fan(atic), if it's Star Wars related he has to have it. Now this can be quite expensive as with most of these brand products you pay more for the name, well at the price for this one it's actually not bad.
As well as having the Darth Vader attachments it also has all the regular Mr Potato Head attachments as well, so you can make him as wacky looking as you like.
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