Star Wars: Hasbro reveals Mandalorian electronic helmet on Mandal Monday

Life-sized helmets have always been a popular item in the Star Wars collection community, and Hasbro’s Black Series line is perfect for back options around you. Hasbro is now adding another iconic helmet to its lineup-the Mandalorian himself. will be able to exclusively debut the Black Series: Mandalorian Electronic Helmet, which is scheduled for a hit store in the spring of 2021. For more information on this, see the slideshow gallery below. Next release with new photos of Din Djarin and The Child Build-Up Pack.

This life-sized Mandalorian helmet is the ultimate Star Wars merchandise

The Mandalorian Electronic Helmet is a 1: 1 scale reproduction of Din Djarin’s ever-present helmet with a weathered metallic paint scheme. Like other Black Series helmets, it is fully wearable and features foam pads and adjustable fittings. The helmet also includes a removable tactical light and a red interior light. Both are powered by a single AA battery.

The Mandalorian Electronic Helmet costs $ 119.99 and can be pre-ordered on Amazon.

For the Din Djarin / The Child set, it’s worth noting that this two-pack release is the first Mandalorian figure with an unmasked head sculpt. It’s also the most full-featured Mandalorian release ever from Hasbro, including nine accessories such as Baby Yoda’s Hover Plum, Detachable Jetpack, and Vesker Metal Slab.

The Din Djarin & The Child Build-Up Pack is priced at $ 34.99 and will be released on December 1, 2020. You can only pre-order from Target.This isn’t the first time Hasbro has made fun of a new collection worth hanging down as part of a Mand Monday promotion. They recently unveiled the Mandalorian Retro Collection with sculptures inspired by the original Kenner Star Wars figures.

For more information on The Mandalorian, check out ‘s review of the Season 2 premiere and brush up on Ahsoka Tano’s story before her rumored live-action debut.

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