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Star Wars Interactive R2D2 Astromech Droid Robot

by Hasbro
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  • Newly programmed at our ultra-modern factory, this state-of-the-art R2 series astromech droid unit is ready to obey your commands
  • Grab his attention by saying "Hey, R2" and he's ready for more than 40 voice commands
  • Ask him if he remembers his famous friends, like Luke Skywalker, C-3PO or Jabba the Hutt
  • These are just a few of R2's amazing attributes
  • In "Game" mode, R2 plays multiple games and spins, dances and plays music, and he even guards your room with his sentry alarm
  • Each name will stir up a different response depending on R2's "feelings" for that character
  • Includes moving along on his own, turning his front beam on and off, and even playing a secret message when you follow the proper voice commands
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.2 x 13.2 x 17.8 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B001E95SQ2
  • Item model number: 89055
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 - 10 years
  • Batteries 4 AA batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #87,321 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (116 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

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Collectors young and old will appreciate the details of this Star Wars Interactive Electronic R2-D2 Astromech Droid. Complete with movie-accurate messages and flashing lights, this droid responds to voice commands and has a special arm designed to keep your beverage handy. This friendly robot is designed to be a fun companion for kids aged eight and up.

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The Good: Detailed robot moves, makes authentic movie sounds, and holds your beverage

The Bad: R2-D2 occasionally has trouble deciphering voice commands

In a Nutshell: Star Wars collectors are sure to enjoy this cool, interactive droid

At a Glance

Ages: 8 and up
Requires: 4 "AA" batteries and 4 "D" batteries


The realistic details of R2-D2 will please collectors young and old. View larger.
Bring Home Your Own Astromech Droid
Celebrate Star Wars 30th Anniversary by inviting this movie-accurate droid into your life. Once the loyal companion to Queen Amdala, this utility droid is programmed to be your devoted helper and friend. Help him get ready to serve you by snapping his steering legs into place and attaching the projector piece to his domed top. You'll need to use a Phillips screwdriver to insert four "AA" batteries and four "D" cell batteries in his side.

More than 15-inches tall, this sophisticated R2-D2 model boasts a secret cargo compartment, a unique swing-down utility arm that's also a beverage holder, a removable sensor scope, a working light beam, sound-processing microphones, and an adaptable droid mood-status indicator. Sonar navigational technology and infrared location sensors help make him one the most advanced droids around.

Take Advantage of Three Interactive Modes
Intergalactic missions will be more fun with a reliable droid at your side. In companion mode, R2-D2 responds to commands like "Go on patrol," "Light Beam," and "Play Message." Star Wars fans are sure to appreciate the accuracy of the messages, which are culled from famous missions he remembers.

You can even ask R2 about friends including Luke Skywalker, C-3PO, Darth Vader, and Jabba the Hutt. He has a different reaction to each name based on his "feelings" for the characters. And if you hit R2 on the head, he'll make irritated beeping sounds and try to move away from you. As you get to know your droid, you'll realize that the noises and motions he makes correspond to his "mood."

In game mode, R2 responds to more complicated commands. He'll act as a sentry to protect your important stuff, dance to cantina music, spin around, or play light tag. The third mode is the most complex. This command mode lets you give pointed directions that control R2's movements. Tell him to turn left and right or go forward whenever you want, or set a preprogrammed course for him to follow.

While R2 responded to simple commands with no problems, we had difficulty getting him to respond reliably to more complex requests. We trust that, like with any voice-operated electronic system, over time it will get easier to produce a wider range of commands that R2 consistently responds to. Until then, his movie-accurate look, the way he responds to simple commands, and the convenient beverage holder make him a fun comrade.

What's in the Box
Droid body, two steering legs, projector piece, telescope piece with sensory array, and an operation manual.



R2-D2 can respond to commands. View larger.


And can double has a beverage holder. View larger.

Product Description

Some assembly required. Requires 4AA and 4D batteries, not included. Ages 8 & up. For indoor use only. Sorry, Rush, Next Day and gift wrap not available on this item.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I think if is a good toy for an older child 10 and up.
Daly Dominguez
R2 plays games, goes on patrol, answers questions and even follows complicated directional voice commands.
Ron K. Smythe
I bought this for my nine-year-old son for Christmas 2008 and he absolutely adores it!
M. Freeman

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

267 of 273 people found the following review helpful By Miss B on January 1, 2006
Santa brought R2 to my 6 year old son this Christmas. My son takes this robot with him everywhere. I was concerned that he would lose interest after a few days, but he spends the majority of his day playing with R2. The entire family has enjoyed giving him various commands and in addition to the commands listed in the Command Guide, R2 has some advanced commands (sometimes known as Easter Eggs) built in that we found on the HASBRO website. Here they are:

Advanced Command #1 - Follow Me

In Companion Mode, if you say "Follow Me," R2 will turn to find you and then attempt to follow you around. Go slowly though, or R2 will lose you and turn the other direction.

Advanced Command #2 - Come Here

Also in Companion Mode, if you say "Come Here," R2 will attempt to find you and come to you. Since this feature relies on R2's heat sensing technology, kneel down in front of R2. R2 may not come directly to you, but R2 will try and find you.

Advanced Command #3 - Imperial March Song

R2 plays up to 5 songs, but only the Cantina song is expressly mentioned in the Command Guide.

To play the Imperial March, go to Character Mode by asking "Do You Remember." Ask R2 about Darth Vader and Anakin (in any order) and R2 will play the song.

Advanced Command #4 - Sad Cantina Song

Another song that R2 plays is actually a different version of the song he sings if you command him to do the dance program (in game mode). When R2 is in a sad mood, he will play a sad version of the Cantina song. There are many ways to put R2 into a sad mood. The easiest is in 'Do You Remember'. If you ask about Darth Vader, R2 will go into a sad mood. You can tell, because his mood status indicator will be red instead of blue.
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80 of 85 people found the following review helpful By I.M. Ulysses on December 26, 2005
Temperamental, disobedient and he gets into a lot of trouble. I'm not talking about a pet or your average little kid, I'm talking about the Star Wars Interactive R2D2 Robot (2005 edition).

All of 18 inches tall, this diminutive little toy gets around well on most surfaces (hardwood or linoleum floors are best) and is a lot of fun. But he's not your daddy's Radio-Controlled R2D2. This Artoo unit doesn't automatically do what you say, or even what you want or expect. Although, on most occasions, you wont' have a problem with Artoo, the one I bought has shown flashes of temper and streak of stubbornness that would try even the most patient parent.

Despite this (or maybe because of this) Artoo is a riot! I took him over to my friend's place for Christmas and, at first, everyone in the room was amazed at how well he followed orders. Whether it was to turn left, turn right, go forward or turn around, Artoo seemed pleased as punch to follow directions. Then his temper flared and he, quite pointedly, refused to obey me; shaking his head and making noises in apparent disdain at my pleas.

That reaction brought the house down, as everyone laughed at his refusal to follow his "master's commands." When I ordered him to "re set system" and he refused again, that created still more chuckles. Finally he got over his little "snit" and behaved normally...until he seemed to change his mind decided to act up all over again.

Then my friend, who has three children of his own, got into the act. Pleading with Artoo in his best "daddy voice" he finally got the robot to obey him where my pleas failed. Then, like a stubborn child, Artoo had another tantrum and stopped listening to him too. That invoked a surprising response from me, anger.
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47 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Cinnamon girl on October 4, 2006
I bought R2-D2 for my daughter's birthday. It was pricey, so I was hesitant, but she seemed to really want it. Boy, I'm glad that I did as it is a very well made, sophisticated toy. I find myself playing with it and treating it almost as a pet. You talk to it, and it responds to you, it plays games and can be mischievous. We like "light tag", and "spin the droid". If you tell him to go on a "Time out", he shakes his head "no" like a disobedient child. If you tell him to "Behave himself" and give him a "Time out" again, he obeys. Sometimes, we have a hard time getting him out of "Game Mode" to "Companion Mode" (He doesn't seem to understand the "Re-set command" always), so you just turn him off and then turn him back on. Thanks to the reviewer giving the "Easter Eggs". They were fun to do. Overall, the voice recognition is good, but it definitely takes practice to learn the nuances of his programming. A fun toy and a "must" for any Star Wars fan.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Dennis on November 24, 2005
I've had this toy for years and it is great to see it finally back on the shelves. Voice activated R2 obeys over 40 commands. R2 dances, plays hide-n-seek. You hide, it seeks and can somehow distinguish between you and a lamp. There are even unexpected responses that will suprize you. Question him three times about heroes or villians and he'll play a marching theme song. I had him deliver candy to Trick or Treaters on halloween. So much smarter than the RC robots, I can only compare him to the Sony AIBO that costs 10 or 20 times as much. If I had a wish list...it would to be able to add more programming with memory sticks like AIBO and then it would have some educational value to go along with all that play value.
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