Summon Your Own Dragonzord With The Green Ranger’s Dagger!

Go! Go! Power Rangers!
Hasbro is reissuing the Green Ranger’s Dragon Dagger! This replica from the classic Power Rangers (Super Sentai) series is back! Thankfully, too, because the original version is going for $200+ on Amazon and eBay right now.
I’m not a Power Rangers fan but have always found the helmets and weapons very cool looking. A dagger that doubles as a flute that summons and giant dragon robot? Yeah! I’ll take two, please! You can pick one or several up for yourself over at the Big Bad Toy Store.


The world’s most memorable trumpet knife, aka flute sword, aka the Dragon Dagger is here from Hasbro! Tommy Oliver used the Dragon Dagger to call the powerful Dragonzord from the sea, and he never even had to move his mouth! With this Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Dragon Dagger collectible, fans can play some sweet synth tunes, mix up the music in remix mode, or display this epic piece of Power Rangers history on their shelves.
This Lightning Collection Mighty Morphin Green Dragon Dagger collectible features premium paint and decorative details inspired by the show, button-activated light and sound effects, and a stand for display in your collection.

  • Featuring light and sound effects
  • Unlock the iconic Dragonzord call, remix the tune, and activate the power glow effect with the push of a button
  • Requires 2 AAA batteries

There’s a chance you may come across the original run of this replica in the wild. I saw a couple in 2020 at random Target stores. If you want to hold out for the official reissue, it will be available in November 2021. Click here to pre-order yours for $74.99.

What other replicas from the vast Super Sentai universe would you like to see as part of Hasbro’s replica library? Let us know in the comments.
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Mike Phalin
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