Star Wars Millennium Falcon is remote controlled

Remote Controlled Millennium Falcon

Wish you could pilot your very own Millennium Falcon space ship? Well you could if you existed in the Star Wars universe, but since you don’t, it looks like you’ll have to be content with what you can get your hands on in Earth, which in this case would be a toy version of the ship from Hasbro’s Speed Stars series.

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The Millennium Falcon from Hasbro is a wireless, battery-powered, remote controlled toy and is built to resemble the ship from the movies; albeit with a hollowed out body to make way for the spinning blades that keep the ship in the air. The Millennium Falcon can fly for up to 5 minutes and requires 29 minutes to recharge. It has a range of 30 feet and can hover forwards, backwards and sideways.

Too bad it doesn’t come with Chewbacca or Han Solo figurines, which would make this ship truly complete. If you’d like to get your hands on the remote controlled Millennium Falcon, head over to Hasbro’s website. It’s available for purchase at $49.99 each.

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