SD Toys Offers STAR WARS Stress Relief
New Star Wars Stress Dolls Let You Unleash Some REAL "Force"...
Thinking about the Star Wars Prequels make your blood boil? News of the Clone Wars ending have you in fits of rage? Then SD Toys has the solution for you with their new Star Wars Stress Dolls!
For those unfamiliar, SD Toys (sd-toys.com) is the in-house manufacturing division of SD Distribuciones (www.sddistribuciones.com), Spain's #1 provider of fun pop culture collectibles. Think of it as Diamond Comic Distributors and Diamond Select Toys. Long time figure fans may recall SD Toys and their cool Blues Brothers figures from back in 2004. While the company has been keeping a low profile here in the States, their growth in Spain has been nothing but remarkable. It's all about strong licensing, SD producing and distributing everything from HBO's stable of hit shows to today's universally loved topic: Star Wars.
In addition to Star Wars plush, magnets, bookmarks and mugs, SD Toys has introduced Star Wars Stress Dolls to the Spanish market. Retailing at 9.95 EUROS each (approx $13 USD), this collection of soft squeezable Star Wars characters currently includes Saga villain Darth Vader, a Stormtrooper, the adorable astromech R2-D2, and everyone's favorite bounty hunter, Boba Fett. At about 5 1/2 inches tall, each Star Wars Stress Doll fits comfortably in an adult hand. In addition to fan favorite characters to unwind with, SD Toys has plans underway to introduce Star Wars Spaceship Stress Dolls soon. A squishy X-Wing? Count me in.
SD Toys is working hard on getting all these Star Wars Stress Dolls in North America, we'll keep you updated. May the FORCE be with you...
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Last edited by JeffSaylor; 03-20-2013 at 02:16 PM.