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An official toy that was based off of the Moon Stick. It came with three insertable rings and the color of the rings were pink, blue, and red. When a ring was inserted into the toy, the toy would light up and play a tune. Released by Bandai in 1992.
This was the American version of the toy. Unlike the Japanese toy, it only came with one pink ring and the toy played two sounds: one with the ring inserted and one without the ring. It also lighted up. Released by Bandai in 1995.
This was the World version of the toy. Unlike the other toys, it had no rings. It had two buttons that, when pressed, would make the toy play sounds and light up. This was the most accurate toy compared to the anime before the PROPLICA one was made. Released by Bandai in 2000.
This was the Korean version of the toy and it was very unique compared to the other versions. It looked very different from the actual wand seen in the anime. It also played sounds from the Spiral Heart Moon Rod. Released by Sonokong in 2001.
This was the Italian version of the toy. It was very similar to the original Japanese version and like that version, it came with three rings. However, the sounds were a bit different. Released by Giochi Preziosi in 2011.
This is the PROPLICA version of the toy and it is the most accurate toy compared to the anime.