A New Star Wars Droid Vinyl Bank is Coming to Comic-Con 2013!

The team at Diamond Select Toys loves Star Wars, and
they love droids, which is why they've made a few
different droids in their line of vinyl Star Wars banks.
R2-D2, R2-R9 and R2-Q5 have all made their way into
collectors' hands, and now there's a new droid headed
to San Diego!

This year's Comic-Con International exclusive Star
Wars bank is R2-B1, one of the astromech droids
assigned to the Royal Shuttle of Naboo, and tragically
lost while making repairs during a battle. The 10-inch
vinyl bank has a coin slot on the back for inserting
change and an access door on the bottom. Sculpted in
1:4 scale, R2-B1 is in scale to DST's Yoda bank, Jawa
bank, and all of their Ultimate Quarter Scale action
figures.

R2-B1 will be available for $23 at the Diamond Select
Toys booth, #2607, as well as at various retailers
around the show floor. Limited to only 1500 pieces, this
droid will get picked off fast, so keep that targeting
computer on!

MORE DIAMOND SELECT TOYS!

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