The Eye of Agamotto, otherwise known as the housing for the Time Stone aka, one of the six all-powerful Infinity Stones was crushed into bits by the Mad Titan, Thanos at the end of 2018's Avengers: Infinity War. Before that, it was worn around the neck of Dr. Stephen Strange, sorcerer and master of the mystic arts.

The Time Stone, prior to it's being reduced to atoms in Avengers: Endgame could be used to control the flow of time, speed up events and reverse time on specific objects and people. However, as MCU fans know, Thanos came knocking in his quest to assemble all six stones to fully realize his devastating plans.

YOU MIGHT WANT TO KEEP AN EYE ON THIS

Hasbro has officially unveiled its Eye of Agamotto replica. Complete with light-up features, a screen-accurate pedestal, and a removable time stone, this item joins the toy maker's other MCU replica products like Captain America's shield and Iron Man's helmet. Have a closer look at the toy below, which is available for pre-order now .

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The base that the Eye sits upon is styled after the pedestal seen at Kamar-Taj in 2016's Doctor Strange .

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The item features button-activated lights. No fancy hand gestures to unlock this Eye of Agamotto!

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The packaging details all the specifics and features a sleek logo for Marvel Studios' The Infinity Saga, which is the title collectively given to the first 23 MCU films.

This Hasbro figure is now available for pre-order for $49.99.

PLAYTIME. GET IT?

It may not be able to rewind an apple core into a full piece of fruit, but surely fans will have fun with this Eye of Agamotto replica. It seems perfect for Dr. Strange or Ancient One cosplay or just for normal play or display.

Of course, Dr. Strange will next be seen in December 2021's Spider-Man: No Way Home before his own sequel, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness his theaters March 22, 2022.

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