'Star Wars' roaring Chewbacca masks are just $29 for Prime Day

Star Wars The Force Awakens Chewbacca Electronic Mask
(Image credit: Hasbro)

The infamous roaring Chewbacca electronic mask from Hasbro has an epic price cut for Amazon Prime Day, with a $17 savings for "Star Wars" fans planning to dress up as Han Solo's co-pilot this Halloween.

At 37% off (with a price drop from $45.99 to $28.99), you can have as much fun as the Chewbacca Mom, who went viral after posting a video of herself excitedly unboxing the mask, putting it on, and then laughing hysterically every time her mouth moved.


'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Chewbacca Electronic Mask | Save $17 | <a href="https://target.georiot.com/Proxy.ashx?tsid=72128&GR_URL=https%3A%2F%2Famazon.com%2FStar-Wars-Awakens-Chewbacca-Electronic%2Fdp%2FB013E5BJBQ%2F%3Ftag%3Dhawk-future-20%26ascsubtag%3Dhawk-custom-tracking-20" data-link-merchant="Amazon US"" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Now $28.99 on Amazon
Roar like a Wookie, or just smile and wave, with this electronic mask that recreates the "Star Wars" sounds of your favorite fuzzball from a galaxy far, far away.

The mask is equipped with realistic Wookie sound effects — a roar that escapes the mask whenever you open your mouth. The chin-activated sound effects even get louder and louder the wider you open your mouth. And, of course, it's modeled after Star Wars' most famous Wookie, Han Solo's co-pilot on the Millennium Falcon, Chewbacca. 

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Kasandra Brabaw
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Kasandra Brabaw is a freelance science writer who covers space, health, and psychology. She's been writing for Space.com since 2014, covering NASA events, sci-fi entertainment, and space news. In addition to Space.com, Kasandra has written for Prevention, Women's Health, SELF, and other health publications. She has also worked with academics to edit books written for popular audiences.