Star Wars Toybox Rey Scale Comparison

I managed to swing by my local Disney Store over the lunch hour to pick up the first wave of New Star Wars Toybox figures that includes Rey, Kylo Ren and First Order Stormtrooper. First off, the figures are much larger than I realized as you can see in the scale comparison image above. The figures boast 14 joints which, for Rey, breaks down as follows: Ball-socket neck, insert-molded/ball-jointed shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, knees and ankles and a swivel waist. That’s 26 total points of articulation!

Look for a full Toyguide entry for Rey and the other figures soon.

  • heybert17

    So we got the 5 POA figures because this is a “Line aimed at kids”, so now we get a line aimed at kids and they are super articulated. So which is it Hasbro? Were the 5 POA because this is a line aimed at kids are just because you are cheap XXXXXXX’s?

  • ShipGirlLover

    Nice image. Looks Figma sized, which makes me want them.

  • nate e.

    Watch out for the R.O.U.S.s.

    Reys Of Unusual Sizes

  • Kraig Mclaughlin

    Really need to get the trooper, to go with the Infinity figs, but I guess he’ll be in the back so he’s not towering over Kylo. lol

  • ghost man

    was fiddling around with a kylo ren by co-worker bought. robes hindered leg poses but, moreover the leg joints were very loose right out the package.

  • Gloriouscollector

    Just what I suspected around 5″ tall, the same size as the old 5″ SA The Walking Dead figures from Mcfarlane Toys.

  • Rykrof_Enloe

    Great pic, I just have zero interest. 3.75 SA realistic style has and always will get most of my hobby $$$

    • CT-7567

      Did you collect TCW line? I definitely prefer realistic figures from movies, but if the source material is animation I want the figures to be true to that material. TCW figures were little masterpieces considering how much they look like the animation models.

      • Rykrof_Enloe

        I did not, because I don’t like anime style. Just my personal preference. I had some, but parted ways with them. Hasbro did do a good job in most of them; but realistic style or I won’t buy.

  • Brian Beck

    well now I have to buy this…..

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  • 80sRobot

    Now put in the PlaySkool, die-cast Disney Store, Hot Toys, 12″ and Big-Fig versions. 🙂

    • Henry

      LEGO minifig too

    • Brian Beck

      LOL, I can come close 🙂

      Jayson-idea for forum contest-how many different versions of the same figure 🙂

      • JohnMorog

        This is the picture I was looking for lol.

        Edit: that 20″ fig looks like a dude.

        • Brian Beck

          lol, bad lighting/angle, and not ‘photo realistic’ by a long shot 🙂

        • Jimmy Griffin

          At first I thought someone had stuck an Ep. I Obi Wan head on a Rey body.

      • Yslar

        You’re missing the gorgeous Hot Toys one

        • Brian Beck

          🙂 if I had that kind of $$$……

      • ShipGirlLover

        Once the Rey is mass produced, the Federation will fall in no time.

  • Mother_Talzin

    Great to see a comparison with the other scales. If they were 3.75, I might buy a couple, but I doubt I’ll pick any up now. Disney should know that many collectors are very conscience of scale, if we’re the intended market.

    • ronstoneygold

      I agree.

      • heybert17

        Hasbro can’t make up their mind what a line for kids means, it meant 5 POA a few years ago, now it means super articulated figures. I think this proves the 5 POA should never have been a thing again, Hasbro is just cheap.

        • The Toybox super articulated figures aren’t Hasbro products.

          • heybert17

            Who makes them, you have them tagged as Hasbro and another site lists Hasbro as the manufacturer. It still shows Hasbro is wrong in their thinking.

          • Disney makes them. Just like they make their own Disney elite series diecast figures. I don’t know who listed them as being made by Hasbro but they’re wrong.

          • heybert17

            I know some sites are touchy about naming other sites so remove this if not allowed. Rebelscum listed the manufacturer as Hasbro on the Rey figure review.

    • JohnMorog

      These are kids’ toys. I’m more okay with these as kids’ toys than I am 5poa. At least you can bend these one’s elbows!

  • GNieciag

    Looks like they are using the exact molds from Infinity.

  • RumSleg

    The Toy Box figure really does look great. I’m a little disappointed it’s not the same size as the statute. It would have been nice to pose the Toy Box figures along with the Infinity statutes and have them all in the same scale.

    Funny that 6″ Value Rey is taller than 6″ Black Series Rey. I think for most of the others it’s the other way around – the Value figure is noticeably shorter than the Black Series version.

    • CT-7567

      I was thinking the same thing. I was looking at the value Jedi Luke figure at Walgreens and it seems a touch smaller than TBS version.

  • Great comparison! Its not as the same size as the Infinity figures, but then again its not a 6 inch. its that weird in-between scale.