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Give the Jedi Knights in training treat bags loaded with fun with these Star Wars Party Masks. These Star Wars Masks include cut outs of favorite characters from Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens, including Captain Phasma, BB-8, Chewbacca and Kylo Ren. Use these Star Wars character masks as photo booth props, an addition to a Star Wars Halloween costume, or wear them at the next Star Wars birthday party.

Customer Reviews

Fun for Parties

13 people found this helpful.
 on February 1, 2016
By Ham
I had purchased these masks for my sons Star Wars Themed Birthday Party.

While the idea of the pull string is nice, we wanted to go the old fashioned way …

One person found this helpful.
 on February 1, 2017
By Courtney
I have never purchased a pinata before, so I was a little surprised by how difficult they are to fill. Very small space in the back where I was attempting to push candy through one piece at a time. Considering that just the bottom of this pinata was able to be filled it held plenty of candy. While the idea of the pull string is nice, we wanted to go the old fashioned way and hit the pinata with a bat. I don’t recommend this as the pinata broke in half after about child 20, but none of the candy actually came out.

Very strong and looks great

 on July 29, 2017
By Dylan's Dad
Worked great. This was perfect for my 6 yr old. I let them whack it with a whiffle ball bat that I spray painted to look like a light saber. Every kid got a few hits in before one older kid hit it so hard the hook ripped out of the top. Then I just held it up and let each one pull a string until the candy cane out. Even after that beating it still is in great shape so we saved it as a decoration in his room.

Great for a party

 on July 28, 2017
By Heather D
I thought this would be completely hollow but it was only the shoulders that you fill with candy, not the head. We stuffed this thing and I thought Vaders head was going to pop right off because of the weight, but nope, it stayed on. So, just be aware that you aren’t filling the whole thing up with candy.

Pull string pinata, will not work hitting it with a stick

 on May 29, 2017
By Ryott
We bught this pinata for my five year old son party, since he loves Star Wars and Darth Vader in particular. The pinata is ok, it is not exactly impressive but it does the job. We tried to open it by hitting it with a stick, but it did not work out and in the end we had to pull the strings.

Worked well for the party

 on May 17, 2017
By Joe
Looks like it’s pictured. It took a beating from the 5 year olds. The kids ended up pulling the strings together to let the candy out. We did tape on more strings though so that everyone could pull them. It’s a little hard to find the fill hole, but accurate instructions were included.

We enjoyed it

One person found this helpful.
 on August 26, 2016
By Linds1718
Cool looking! This holds tons of candy! Not a fan of the pull string pinatas. We used this the traditional way. Haha The top hanging strap needs to be stronger for using it with a bat. Other than that it was great!

A real "hit"

 on December 2, 2016
By Amazon Customer
Toddler Son had this at his b-day party. Had two cheap light sabers made from those pool float styrofoam sticks to hit it (wrapped bottom of sticks with duct tape for handle effects.) all the kids loves it, even “too cool for school” 8th graders took a few swings.

great buy for boyfriends star wars themed surprise party

 on May 31, 2016
By Jackie O.
got these star was masks for my boyfriends star wars themed surprise birthday party and they were a hit. i also bought those big popsicle stick thingies and used a glue gun to attach them to bottom of the masks in case people didn’t want to/ couldn’t wear the string around the head (since we’re grown ass people with big heads lol) i asked every one to either wear or place the mask in front of their face when doing the “SURPRISE!!” yell and it looked so cool. boyfriend loved it. we were all taking pictures and videos with our masks, super fun. (i also purchased another set elsewhere that included other characters to complete the look.

Boys like these.

 on March 21, 2017
By Robert/Susan
We bought these as give aways at my daughters party in school. The boys loved them. They aren’t super made well but for the price? The kids loved them. & that is what matters.

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