R2-F2 Astromech Droid 3-Pack Star Wars The Black Series 6"


  • Toy Line: Star Wars The Black Series 6"
  • MSRP: $54.99 USD
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  • Scale: 6"
  • Retailer Exclusive: Toys'R'Us
  • Variations Recorded: No
  • Date Stamp:
  • Released: 2016
  • Joint Count: 10
  • Joint Details: 360 Degree Rotatable dome (clicking sound!), 2 Swivel hips, 3 Swivel Ankles, 2 Front Panels, 2 Movable Tools/shoulders
  • Accessory Count: 5
  • Accessory Details: 1 Sensorscope, 1 Periscope, 3 Removable Dome Panels


  • Astromech Droid R2-F2 was released in a Toys'R'Us exclusive 3-Pack
  • The set was first available online during San Diego Comic Con 2016, but was later sold at regular Toys'R'Us stores
  • The 3-Pack included astromech droids R2-F2, R5-K6 and R2-A3
  • R2-F2 was Biggs Darklighter's astromech droid during the Battle Of Yavin
  • For this astromech droid Hasbro re-used the existing Black Series R2-D2 mold, which is slightly undersized
  • The droid has 3 removable panels in the top of the dome which fit only very loosely, they'll likely fall out when you pick up the figure to carry it somewhere
  • R2-F2 came with 3 removable dome panels, 2 leg panels, 1 sensorscope and 1 periscope
  • The sensorscope and the periscope can be plugged into holes in the dome
  • There is a third hole which has no purpose (it made sense for R2-D2, because that's the spot where Luke Skywalker's lightsaber hilt could be plugged in)
  • There are two front panels on the droid's body which can be opened, once opened the arms/tools can be pulled out
  • R2-F2 has two panels on the outside of each leg which can be removed (R2-D2 included booster rockets which could be attached, but this is not the case here because there were no booster rockets included)
  • R2-F2's dome can be rotated 360 degrees, which then moves the middle leg in and out of the body
  • Each foot has two wheels in it which helps to balance the droid out nicely (in the 3 3/4 inch line astromech droids mostly have one wheel in each foot which sometimes makes the droids lean a bit forward or backward, this is not the case here)
  • There are no electronics built into the astromech droid and the front eye doesn't light up
  • Unfortuantely, R2-F2 is undersized in comparison with other 6 inch scale figures


R2-F2 was an astromech droid for Biggs Darklighter, a Rebel Alliance starfighter pilot. Both R2-F2 and Darklighter perished in the assault on the Death Star.


R2-F2 Astromech Droid 3-Pack
R2-F2 Astromech Droid 3-Pack
R2-F2 Astromech Droid 3-Pack
R2-F2 Astromech Droid 3-Pack
R2-F2 Astromech Droid 3-Pack
R2-F2 Astromech Droid 3-Pack


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