Saturday, January 9, 2021

Toy Story: 25th Anniversary Light-Up Space Crane Snowglobe (ShopDisney—Limited Edition)

Alright, double prizes!  

This past November marked the 25th anniversary of the original classic, my personal favorite Pixar film, Toy Story. With that came some really cool commemorative merch—including this absolutely stunning ShopDisney Exclusive Limited Edition Light-Up Space Crane Snowglobe! It seriously makes an amazing display piece in my Pixar home office and I'm thrilled to have this iconic moment captured here in snowglobe form. You know I love anything Pizza Planet!

This is a resin/glass, fully sculpted snowglobe with a light-up jet ''booster'' base; limited edition of only 2,500 made. And that's not all—shake it up to see a floating squadron of Aliens (rather alien shaped glitter) surrounding Buzz and Woody! The globe measures about 10" tall x 5.5" wide and requires 3 x LR44 batteries. Original retail price was hefty $149.99, but oh so worth it.

Take a look at all the wonderful details down below! There's honestly not one negative thing I can say about this; it's beautifully made, the character sculpts are spot on and everything looks and feels quality overall. I loved the look of it online, but seeing it in person is something else.

It's hard to tell as it was difficult to photograph the little alien shaped glitter (it moves very quickly once tipped or shaken), but you can kind of see it in the photo below. It's a fun little bonus.

The light-up feature is where it's at though—check out how amazing it looks! That is the icing on the cake and takes this globe to a whole other level. 

This snowglobe has long since sold out on, so unfortunately, your best bet to track one down is on eBay (see all current listing HERE). I'm super grateful to my parents who got me this for Christmas a few weeks back. It will definitely end up being one of my most "prized" pieces! Here's where I made room for it on one of my home office desk shelves:

What are your thoughts? Did you purchase this for your collection? Be sure to let me know what you think and/or any questions you might have in the comment section below.

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