Haslab, the new crowdfunding project from Hasbro, saw its first product reach its funding threshold this afternoon. Jabb’s Sail Barge from Return of the Jedi will indeed be making its debut in the Star Wars Vintage Collection line in April 2019.
The four-foot long ship is the most detailed ship I have ever seen produced by Hasbro, and it includes multiple compartments, tons of expert sculpting work, Easter eggs for fans, and comes with a Vintage Collection carded Yakface figure and 3.75 inch scale Jabba The Hutt to sit in the ship. The best part: there is still time to order, for those that were waiting until it got close to the 5000 needed to be made. The cost is $499.99, and more info and ordering information can be found here. Orders will be taken until April 3rd.
Measuring approximately 4ft long, this vast vehicle is a dream item for any Star Wars collection. Designed to captivate and inspire, The Vintage Collection Jabba’s Sail Barge (The Khetanna) features exquisitely detailed, fan accessible decks that complement 3.75-inch figures (not included) allowing fans and collectors to recreate intense battles in the Star Wars saga. Its removable side panels also offer a unique opportunity to pose and set up incredible dioramas. Complete with premium deco, vintage packaging, and soft cloth sails, this dream product offers Star Wars devotees the quality and realism they know and love. Included with the vehicle is Jabba the Hutt (3.75-inch scale figure).
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