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Pokémon Light-Up Pikachu

Invented at ThinkGeek

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Bright little guy

  • Let Pikachu light up your little corner of the world
  • Perfect for any Pokémon trainer ages 6 and up
  • A ThinkGeek creation & exclusive

Ash has a pretty sweet deal: his best friend is not only adorable and fun to be around, but also a super-charged electric Pokémon that can help him win even the toughest of trainer battles. We've tried dressing our own best friends up in yellow, giving them a few batteries, and telling them to "Use Quick Attack!" but it's really not the same.

Instead of wallowing in our jealousy of Ash, we decided to create this Light-Up Pikachu so we can have one of our own (and you can, too). This adorable 7" tall Pika-P is super effective at lighting up a dark spot, and when people see this little guy, they tend to light up, too. Whether you're equipping a ten-year-old to start exploring the Kanto region on their own or you just want a powerful electric Pokémon for some adorable cubicle decoration, Light-Up Pikachu is here for you.

Product Specifications
  • Light-Up Pikachu
  • Officially-licensed Pokémon merchandise
  • A ThinkGeek creation & exclusive
  • Let Pikachu light up your little corner of the world
  • Perfect for any Pokémon trainer ages 6 and up
  • 10 minute auto shut-off
  • Before first use, pull demo cord from base of figure and turn on/off switch to On
  • Batteries: 3 LR44 button cell (included)
  • Dimensions: 7" tall x 4" wide x 4" deep
  • Weight: 6 oz.
  • Ages 6+
  • WARNING - SMALL PARTS - Not intended for children under 3 years of age.

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