The Mandalorian may have a hard time keeping The Child aka Baby Yoda safe. Meanwhile, in real life, it won’t be a walk in the park trying to get your hands on the The Mandalorian The Child In Floating Hover Pram because, money may be a real issue here.

The Mandalorian The Child In Floating Hover Pram

Mind you, though. The Mandalorian The Child In Floating Hover Pram you see here from Mattel Creations is no ordinary Baby Yoda collectible. It is a highly sought after product like The Child himself.

It may not have expressive motions and sound like Hasbro’s, but it more than make it up with the ability to hover. Yes. That’s right. An Hover Pram that actually hovers, or should we say, levitate and it has magic of magnetic levitation technology to thank.

The only downside is, if Baby Yoda is real, he may feel nausea because, this being magnetic levitation of a single object, it tends to spin round and round.

The Mandalorian The Child In Floating Hover Pram

Mattel Creations, has in partnership with charitable outfit ProjectArt and eBay, offered up the The Mandalorian The Child In Floating Hover Pram for auction. The auction for this one-of-the-kind collectible runs on eBay from February 26 until March 5, 2021. The final auction price – less the PayPal fee if paid via PayPal, will go to ProjectArt.

Star Wars The Mandalorian The Child In Floating Hover Pram comes with The Child 11-inch plush, Hover Pram, pram cover, levitation base, and a few accessories, including blanket, control knob and necklace to keep Baby Yoda entertained (not that this inanimate object needed them, but…).

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When setup properly, the hover pram will levitates around 2.5 inches (6.35 cm) above a dedicated base.

At the time of this post, the current bid is US$9,100. So, as you can imagine, securing this cargo ain’t going to be cheap. If that’s not challenging enough, it is limited to certain countries.

The Mandalorian The Child In Floating Hover Pram

Images: Mattel.

Published by Mike

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