If you have a favorite Pokemon, then unless it’s a very new addition, odds are you can get it in plush form. Even some of the newest Pokemon like Wiglett, Mabosstiff, and Tandemaus already have plushes despite only being introduced via Scarlet & Violet. Most of those plushes are normal-sized and won’t pull the focus of anyone and everyone who walks into the room, though. If that’s what you want, you’re going to need to spend a little extra and grab Pokemon’s new Psyduck.
Well, technically Pokemon’s massive new Psyduck plush isn’t new. It’s been available to buy before, but Pokemon has been eager to make it known that it would be returning to sale. That day has now come, and the giant Psyduck plush, which stands at 31 inches tall and weighs nine pounds (that’s more than most newborn babies) is available for pre-order at the Pokemon Center.
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The best news of all is unlike a lot of the best Pokemon merch, this is not a Japan exclusive. You can pre-order Psyduck through the US Pokemon Center at the link in the box below. If you’ve just glanced down at that box, you will have just discovered how much it will cost you if you want to be the proud new owner of what has been described as a life-size Psyduck plush. It’s big and would have required a lot of time and effort to make, and in return for all that, Pokemon is charging $324.99 for it.
Jumbo Psyduck Poke Plush
The Pokemon Center’s Jumbo Psyduck plush is 31 inches tall and weighs nine pounds. Pokemon claims it’s the same size as an actual Psyduck making this the best way to find out what it would be like to have one as your Pokemon partner.
Yes, it’s a lot of money, but it’s a lot of Psyduck. It’s also not the first massive plush in Pokemon’s collection that fans have proved willing to pay hundreds of dollars for. A Wailord plush that is significantly bigger than the Psyduck above (almost twice the size) is still in stock at the Pokemon Center and costs $419.99. You can also own a very big Spheal plush (again, even bigger than Psyduck) which costs even more again, priced at $449.99 available now.
Pokemon certainly likes to test the waters when it comes to figuring out how much its fans are willing to spend. In the last few months alone, a collab with Fendi has produced a collection headlined by a bag that costs almost $10,000, and a Pikachu pendant made by Tiffany costs more than three times as much. Hopefully, Pokemon’s upcoming crossover with 100 Thieves will be a little more affordable. Other products on the apparel store’s site strongly suggest that will be the case.
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