Best Pokémon toys

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Pokémon have brought tiny pocket monsters to the world for twenty years, showing off hundreds of adorable little monsters that kids and adults alike have fallen in love with. While they may have started as a game, you can now find a wide variety of different toys that bring this franchise to life. 

Best Overall

Pokémon official and premium Pikachu plush

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Pokémon official and premium Pikachu plush

A tiny mouse of your very own!

This soft and cuddly Pikachu is 8 inches tall. It is as close as the real world may ever get to having a Pikachu for a friend or a pet. At a decent size, he's perfect for snuggling up with at bedtime or riding in the car on family trips.


  • Super soft and plush 
  • Officially licensed 
  • Travel size at 8 inches 


  • Stitching can come undone 

Out of the hundreds and hundreds of different Pokémon that have been released over the last twenty years, one of the most popular toy choices is Pikachu. This little electric mouse is now coming to life in your home as an 8-inch plush that is ultra squeezable.

You can almost hear the yellow rodent's cheerful chirping. If your child loves Pokémon and has always wanted their own pocket monster, this is the toy worth grabbing. 

Best budget

A Venusaur Pokemon is made out of small nanoblocks.

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Pokemon Nanoblocks

Build your Pokemon by hand!

If your child is low-key obsessed with legos and Pokémon, then Nanoblocks may be the way to go. These tiny little building sets allow you to create one of 20 different Pokémon with small blocks. Each one looks like the pocket monster you are aiming for, and even better, fits right into the palm of your hand. 


  • Super affordable 
  • 21 different Pokemon to choose from
  • Skill levels from 1-5


  • Blocks are small and easily lost
  • Choking hazard for younger children

One of the significant downsides of Nanoblock Pokémon is its small size. This means that some of the blocks can be lost, and they do act as a choking hazard for younger children. However, kids 6 and up should be safe, provided they don't lose any necessary pieces. With 20 different Pokémon to choose from, and at an unusually affordable price point, these are great small toys for kids to build. 

Best collectible

A small green bulbasaur figurine from Funko Pop

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Funko Pops

Protect your shelves with a Pokemon Pop figurine!

Funko Pops are one of the most popular collectible items for folks to buy. From movies to video games, to television shows there are hundreds of different vinyl figures all organized by various fandoms. Pokémon is no different, and now you can start to collect your favorite pocket monsters and display them on shelves in your home. 


  • Affordable 
  • Small and easy to keep clean
  • Absolutely adorable 


  • You're gonna want them all
  • Some boxes arrive damaged 

The Pokémon Funko pop line has absolutely exploded since its arrival back in 2019. Along with Bulbasaur, there are more than a dozen other Pokemon available such as Charmander, AlaKazam, and more! Doubtless, it's only a matter of time until more Pokémon are released so if you want to collect them all, you're going to need to get started! 

Best action figures

A selection of Pokemon action figures inside of plastic packaging.

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Pokémon Action Figure Mega Pack

Fight it out from home!

Battling Pokémon isn't an easy task in the real world. With the Pokémon Action Figure Mega Pack, you can imagine it happening right in your living room. These two and three-inch action figures are highly detailed and ready for everything your child's imagination can throw at them. 


  • 5 Figurines in all 
  • Larger figurines are articulated
  • Fantastic attention to detail 


  • Figurines are fairly small 
  • Smaller figurines can be a choking hazard for young children 

The Mega Pack comes with eight different Pokémon to play with: Pikachu, Eevee, Litten, Rowlett, Popplio, Cosmog, Metang, and Wobbuffet. All of them look just like their names sakes, and several come with articulated limbs so they can move around when getting played with. One of the only downsides of these toys is that they are relatively small, which makes them a choking hazard for younger children, and makes them easy to lose. 

Best plushie

A plush Eevee Pokemon toy

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Eevee plush

Cuddle up with Eevee

There are hundreds of different Pokémon, but one of the most popular is Eevee, known for its many many various evolutions. Now you can cuddle up with Eevee with this adorable eight-inch plush. 


  • Soft and huggable 
  • Travel size at only 8 inches 


  • Small size 

Made of soft material, and huggable rather than stuff, this plushie is made to be loved. It looks just like Eevee, and at a smaller size, you can believe it takes the term "pocket monster" to heart. This means it won't take up much room and is easy for your child to bring on long car trips. The only real flaw is that if your Eevee gets dirty, it's not super easy to clean. You'll have to spot clean it because this little guy is not machine washable. 

Bottom line

There are hundreds of different Pokémon toys on the market today. From plushies of half the original Pokeémon to action figures, and even blocks, there is a toy that will appeal to every child.

My favorite is the Pokemon Official Pikachu Plush. This electric mouse might only be 8 inches tall, but it's soft, cuddly, and just waiting for you to pick it up and give it a hug. At a small size, this Pikachu is easy to bring on road trips or curl up with for a nap, and it's officially licensed by the Pokemon Company!

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