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C1-4B Droid Factory Mystery Crate The Disney Collection
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The Disney Collection
  • MSRP: $14.99 USD
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  • Scale: 3.75"
  • Retailer Exclusive: Disney
  • Variations Recorded: No
  • Year Imprinted: None
  • Released: 2021
  • Joint Count: 12
  • Joint Details: 1 360° Rotatable Dome, 2 Swivel Legs, 2 Swivel Ankles, 1 360° Rotatable Antenna, 2 360° Rotatable Arms (which also have 2 swivel elbows and 2 swivel wrists)
  • Accessory Count: 8
  • Accessory Details: 1 Antenna, 2 Arms, 2 Arm Extensions, 1 Middle Wheel, 1 Crate (consists of 1 base and 1 lid), 1 Sticker


  • Astromech Droid C1-4B was released in a Droid Factory Mystery Crate box in late December 2021 exclusively at Disney Theme Parks
  • The real world droid counterpart can be found inside the Droid Builder experience at Disney's Galaxy's Edge
  • C1-4B is a repaint of the in 2017 released Chopper figure
  • This very same droid, but with a different paint application, was also released in a color-changing 4-pack in 2019, have a look here
  • The droid came inside a mystery crate and it was impossible to tell what droid was inside
  • The droid was wrapped in a black plastic baggie together with a name sticker
  • The crate consists of the base and the top
  • The name sticker can be attached to the front of the base
  • The base has four indentations, three for the astromech droid's feet and one for a BB-Unit's body
  • If you purchase multiple of the mystery crate droids you can interlock the bases
  • For this droid Disney used the build-a-droid sculpt which lets you break the droid apart into the dome, two outer legs, the body and the middle leg
  • The antenna on the top and both arms are removable
  • The arm on the front of the droid can be pulled out
  • The dome can be rotated 360°
  • The two feet have wheels in the bottom
  • The mechanical details underneath the dome were painted silver
  • C1-4B's body was slightly weathered on the front and back
  • The droid stands very securely on display without falling over
  • Even though droids like this are a welcome addition to any diorama as background characters, it was a pain in the butt to acquire because of it being blind boxed


There was no biography or additional text on the packaging.

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