Probe Droid Disney Elite Series Die Cast

Probe Droid

  • Toy Line: Disney Elite Series Die Cast
  • MSRP: $26.99 USD
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  • Scale: 6.5"
  • Retailer Exclusive: Disney Store
  • Variations Recorded: No
  • Date Stamp:
  • Released: 2020
  • Joint Count: 18
  • Joint Details: 1 360° Rotatable Head, 5 360° rotatable shoulders, 7 swivel elbow joints, 5 swivel claws
  • Accessory Count: 1
  • Accessory Details: 1 Display Stand


  • This Disney Store exclusive Elite Series Probe Droid was released on May 5th 2020
  • The Probe Droid came with a display stand which lets the droid "float" in the air
  • The clear see-through pole is permanently attached to the bottom of the droid
  • The display stand is identical with the one which was released with every other Disney Elite Series figure, but this one was slightly painted with "scratches" which adds a used look to it
  • There were two antennas included which can be plugged into the top of the head, once they are in place they cannot be moved
  • The head can be rotated 360°
  • Even though the head and the body are made out of metal, the arms are made out of plastic
  • There are five arms on the Probe Droid, and each arm can rotate 360° and move up and down by the "shoulder"
  • Each arm also has an elbow joint which allows for up and down movement
  • The arms also have claws which can be moved up and down, but none of them can be closed to grab something
  • There are two arms which have two additional joints in the middle which allows for extra up and down movement
  • The only removable parts on the droid are the two antennas on the top of the head
  • The Probe Droid's body, along with all the arms, was painted quite well with scratches and some wear on it
  • This Disney Elite Series release was a nice surprise on Star Wars Day in 2020, and a great release just in time for the 40th of The Empire Strikes Back!


Specially designed for deep space exploration and reconnaissance, probe droids are employed in science and military applications. Tenacious hunters and searchers, probe droids gather information upon arrival at their target location. If confronted after their main mission has been completed, these droids can self-destruct.


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