The 6 Best Baby Yoda Plushies

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This wiki has been updated 5 times since it was first published in April of 2020. "Star Wars" will always be one of the most beloved movie franchises of all time, and one of the most popular characters is the kind, adorable Baby Yoda. With the sweetest voice and those expressive, soulful eyes, this little guy quickly captured the hearts of people all over the world, which means companies leaped at the chance to recreate his likeness, and here are the best plushie options. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. LRUU Plush Toy

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2. Altay Child Toy

3. Cafele Mandalorian

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Editor's Notes

May 01, 2020:

As a fan of Star Wars, you may already own Star Wars books, lego sets, DVDs of all the movies, collectible figurines, and much more related merchandise. Adding Baby Yoda to your collection is a must, and while there are various toys in his likeness, the selection of soft, plushies is limited.

The LRUU Plush Toy is a popular choice, not only for its appearance, but also because it is about a foot tall. Mattel's Soft Figure does have a vinyl head and hands, but its cuddly body and the attention to detail make it a welcome addition to this ranking. Finally, the Star Wars Animatronic Edition is available for pre-order right now, and although it is not completely plush, the fact that it has 25 voice and motion combinations for kids of all ages to experience earns it a spot on our list.

While the Baby Yoda plush options are not plentiful yet, the available selections are sure to become collector's items, and more "babies" are surely on the way.

4. Mattel's Soft Figure

5. Mom + Pop Star Child

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6. Star Wars Animatronic Edition


Christopher Thomas
Last updated on May 02, 2020 by Christopher Thomas

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