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At-St Scout Walker Jungle Gym Lets Your Kids Join the Empire at an Early Age

by Range
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Star Wars geeks are getting older and it’s time to teach the next generation about the world of Jedi and Sith. This should be made a lot easier with the Return of the Jedi jungle gym, from Gym Dandy.

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As you might have guessed, this crazy jungle gym is a relic from 1984, one that I would have loved to play with. There’s even a speeder bike swing. How cool is that?

There’s a bunch of other stuff, like an electronic console with 4 great sound effects! For some reason, it reminds me of the AT-AT or the Mon Calamari cruiser Star Wars toys that I always wanted. I actually bought a Slave 1 (Boba Fett’s ship) a while ago, which has always been my favorite Star Wars ship.

Too bad they aren’t still making these. For now, you’ll have to troll the aisle of your neighborhood flea market or eBay if you want one.

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