Sphero slashes prices of BB-8, R2-D2 droid toys

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Sphero R2-D2 and BB-8Are these the droids you’re looking for?

Sphero has lowered the prices of two beloved Star Wars toy robots, putting these not-new-but-still-really-cool gadgets within reach of more buyers’ budgets.

The company’s original, groundbreaking BB-8 app-enabled droid, which originally retailed for $129.99, is now marked at $79.99 — a difference of $50 and nearly 40 percent off.

The newer R2-D2 model, once priced at $179.99, is now $99.99 — $80 and over 40 percent off.

The deal, though, gets even better: The purchase of either droid from Sphero also includes a free Force Band accessory, which lets you control the droid with a wave of your hand, mimicking Jedi and Sith Force powers like push and pull.

While these are really tempting, what I really want to know is this: When can I have my own sassy K-2SO from Rogue One?


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