Star Wars Vintage Collectors Will Love This Ottoman From Walmart

Star Wars collectors lend me your ears! Especially for you vintage collectors like myself. Walmart has a newly licensed foldable fabric ottoman adorned with vintage Kenner action figures. Retailing for $19.99 it is available in stores and online.

Get organized and make cleaning up fun with Lucas Films Star Wars. This 15" folding storage ottoman is designed with multiple functions. Use the ottoman for extra seating or as a foot stool in your child's playroom or bedroom. The cushion top offers comfort and the base has a sturdy design. Best of all, the ottoman provides more than one cubic foot of storage space. The ottoman is large enough to hold children's dress up clothes, video games, board games, children's toys, children's books, or any other small items in your child's bedroom or playroom. The ottoman assembles without tools to a full size of 15" on all sides in 15-20 seconds, and when not in use it can stow away easily — just fold it flat in three easy steps and tuck away.

This one punches me right in the collectors feels.

The bin itself is bigger than I thought it would be. It will be perfect to store all of my extra vintage Star Wars goodness in. The collector in me wishes that it featured all of the first 12 Kenner figures instead of 9 (missing: Jawa, Sand People, and Death Squad Commander) and some are missing their weapons. But those little details do not matter. Just the fact that they used the vintage line on something like this is enough for us. And the lid with Vader flanked by Stormtroopers just adds to the coolness. It zips on the bottom and comes with a piece to put in there to keep it flat. The whole thing took about 5 seconds to set up.

$20 is a bit much for it, but who cares? It is Kenner Star Wars goodness. If you would like to get 1 or 7 of these for your collection, you can do so right here.

About Jeremy Konrad

Jeremy Konrad has written about collectibles and film for almost ten years. He has a deep and vast knowledge of both. He resides in Ohio with his family.