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Hasbro plush figures

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Over the course of their license with Nintendo, Hasbro released a number of plush Pokémon figures.

Bean-filled plush figures

Main article: Bean-filled plush figures

Pokémon plush clip-on

Main article: Pokémon plush clip-on

Quick-Change Poké Ball

Main article: Quick-Change Poké Ball

Jumbo plush figures

These plush figures are between 5 and 7 inches. They were released incrementally.

First release

Second release

Third release

Limited release

Electronic plush figures

These toys were around 10 inches in height. They spoke their names and moved various body parts (ears, arms, tails) when their palms were squeezed.

First release

Second release

Third release

Limited release

Advanced generation release


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