New 12ft Mummy Animatronic Available Now From Lowe’s

Lowe’s has just released this year’s brand new 12-foot mummy animatronic, available to purchase online as of today, and shipping to physical stores later this summer, produced by Gemmy Industries. Read on for the official press release, and then watch out latest video update and find direct links to shop below.

Halloween decorating enthusiasts will have a thrilling new option at Lowe’s this year: A giant, 12-foot animated Mummy with poseable arms, creepy sound effects, and an eerie, flickering light effect.

The astonishing new 12-foot Mummy by Gemmy Industries makes a spooktacular addition to any outdoor Halloweenscape or indoor space with vaulted ceilings.

Draped in distressed, discolored fabric, this towering skeletal mummy makes terrifying moans as it turns to greet unsuspecting visitors. Poseable arms allows decorators to get the perfect haunted stance.

Programmed with flickering ShortCircuit lighting technology, decorators may choose between four LED color options:  red, green, blue or classic warm white. A convenient timer allows for 6 hours on and 18 hours off, with the ability to set a specific start time. The giant Mummy also features sound and motion activation with off switch.

“We are thrilled to partner with Lowe’s on delivering this amazing animated Mummy to Halloween decorators,” said Lia Cerizo, director of product development at Gemmy Industries. “He features many of the amazing technology innovations we’ve developed over the years, and it’s an absolute delight to see him come to life.”

The giant,12-Foot animated Mummy (MSRP $348.00) is available now online at Lowe’s Home Improvement.

You can see the new mummy in action, as well as the new seven-foot reaper and life-size Freddy Krueger animatronics from Lowe’s, in our video report below.




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Matt Artz

Founded Halloween Daily News in 2012 and the Halloween International Film Festival in 2016. Professional writer/journalist/photographer since 2000.