QUAY TOLSITE Quay Tolsite Force Link 3.75-inch action figure from Hasbro Solo: A Star Wars Story Action Figure

The Quay Tolsite action figure featured on this page was released in the fourth wave of action figures in the Solo branded Star Wars Universe Force Link 2.0 collection. The Solo: A Star Wars Story heavy assortment also included Val (Mimban), Tobias Beckett, Rio Durant, Han Solo (Mimban), and L3-37, as well as the first single carded release of the Imperial Royal Guard previously offered in the 2017 Force Link three pack. It began hitting shelves in the United States in October, 2018, and in Canada the following month.

Quay Tolsite Force Link 3.75-inch action figure from HasbroQuay Tolsite Force Link 3.75-inch action figure from HasbroQuay Tolsite Force Link 3.75-inch action figure from HasbroQuay Tolsite Force Link 3.75-inch action figure from Hasbro
Quay Tolsite Force Link 3.75-inch action figure from HasbroQuay Tolsite Force Link 3.75-inch action figure from HasbroQuay Tolsite Force Link 3.75-inch action figure from HasbroQuay Tolsite Force Link 3.75-inch action figure from Hasbro
Quay Tolsite Force Link 3.75-inch action figure from HasbroQuay Tolsite Force Link 3.75-inch action figure from HasbroQuay Tolsite Force Link 3.75-inch action figure from HasbroQuay Tolsite Force Link 3.75-inch action figure from Hasbro

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Quay Tolsite Force Link 3.75-inch action figure from HasbroQuay Tolsite Force Link 3.75-inch action figure from Hasbro  

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Product Information
Manufacturer: Hasbro
Source: Solo
Year: 2018
Original Retail Price: $8.99
Assortment Number: E1680/E0323
UPC: 6 30509 69330 6

What's In The Box?
  • Quay Tolsite Action Figure
  • Keys

Packaging Variation
  • Early releases of the fourth action figure wave in the Solo branded Star Wars Universe Force Link 2.0 collection had a sticker on the card back denoting the "C-001C" code. This version has been found with a 82181 date stamp. Figures with 82281 and later were released on cards with the code printed.

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