This is a re-issue vehicle originally from the legacy collection with an all-new figure included. The legacy vehicle had weak hip-joint plastic prone to breaking. I haven't determined if the new vehicle is improved but at least I now have one that's not broken. It's a very well detailed vehicle for the value.
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WARNING - CHOKING HAZARD - Children Under 3
- 6 -inch-scale, Star Wars The Black Series Imperial AT-ST Driver figure & Imperial AT-ST Walker
- Collector grade quality figure and vehicle with authentic, movie-accurate detail
- Premium packaging and design
- Recreate adventures from the Star Wars Universe
- Includes figure, vehicle, and 2 accessories.
- Ages 4 and up
- WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD ? Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
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5 - 13 Years
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|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
7.24 x 7.87 x 6.00 Inches
Customer reviews & ratings
Re-issues are where it's at(-st)
Worth every penny and more
Amazing collectible, great detailed, scale, size, can't ask for more.
Its Star Wars!!!
This is a great addition to any Star Wars collection.
AT-ST Black Series
Excellent addition to the collection. Looks amazing !!!
black series are great...good likeness
Cool AT-ST Toy!!
I am so happy with this AT-ST that I want 4 more, 1 for my mother who wants one and the other 3 for my collection, giving me a total of 4 them, because I like even numbers!!
Good, but not great.
Good, but not great. The walker has a hard time standing up. You can eventually get it to stand after a great deal of messing with it, but for the price, it shouldn't be this difficult. Pack-in figure is nice.
A copy not as good as the Original.
I havent bought this one due to the exorbitant $60 price tag, but it looks like the same model I bought my Stepson 10 years ago with the Endor packaging. If it is the same, it's not as good as the Original 1980's or even 1990's POTF2 line. The legs are not locked, so it wouldn't stand up... giving it a wobbly base... they actually wobble around as if a gang of ewoks just tripped it with a bunch of logs. In an attempt to position the legs where it could stand unaided, one leg broke off, actually snapped, not at a place where supposed to and it was forever broken. The cannon is not canon.... I hate when Hasbro adds stupid fake looking rockets. In the 70's and 80's we didn't need rockets, we actually used our imagination, something kids today don't know how to do. Finally, they have it listed as coming with an AT-AT Driver.... it's an AT-ST.
Doesn't stand up. Don't buy.
It doesn't stand up. Legs are cheap plastic with loose joints. They can't hold up the top part, and they easily fall off. Decent looking toy, but very poor execution.
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