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You can bid on a Baby Yoda plush with a floating pram

Mattel is auctioning off a unique Grogu collectible for charity.

Floating Grogu is truly hypnotic.

Grogu (aka Baby Yoda, aka The Child) may have lost his floating pram during The Mandalorian's second season, but Mattel is auctioning off a unique collectible version of the adorable Star Wars accessory. It actually levitates 2.5 inches off its base, comes with a plush Grogu and can spin.

The one-week eBay auction for the floating cutie (which won't be available at retail) runs from Feb. 26 at 9 a.m. PT to the same time on March 5. All proceeds from the auction are going to ProjectArt, an out-of-school and residency program for artists and underserved K-12 students.


This one doesn't float, but it's still pretty darn cute.


If you don't snag the floating Grogu at auction, you'll be able to get a different version on Mattel Creations on March 5. The collector edition plush will be available for one week, until March 12 at 9 a.m. PT, and includes a pram with motorized doors, an adjustable stand, a gear shift knob and squid.

For those seeking a different kind of collectible from a galaxy far, far away, Mattel Creations will also have a very limited quantity of Star Wars-inspired Barbie Dolls in collector packaging, signed by iconic Barbie designer Robert Best. The dolls are inspired by Rey, C-3PO and a Stormtrooper.

"Mattel Creations is dedicated to giving back to the next generation of creators, which is why ProjectArt is the perfect partner to support through this collaboration," the company said in a release. "Mattel Creations is also supporting ProjectArt via funding their Los Angeles chapter for 2021 and connecting Mattel designers with students to cultivate creativity. "


Rey, C-3PO and a Stormtrooper, Barbie-style.