Besides the BB-8 by Sphero, the Star Wars Millennium Falcon Drone by Air Hogs has Star Wars: The Force Awakens fans captivated.
Today on Force Friday the Star Wars: The Force Awakens toys are on sale. One of the most popular new Star Wars toys are the Air Hogs Millennium Falcon Drone and the X-Wing Starfighter.
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The Air Hogs Star Wars remote control ultimate Millennium Falcon quadcopter is on sale for $88.88 on Walmart.com.
The Ultimate Millennium Falcon is powered by 4 rotors concealed in the body of the ship. It features authentic lights and sound effects. A Hyperspace mode on the remote control offers added flying fun. The Millennium Falcon is constructed from durable high density foam. The 2.4GHz remote works from up to a 200-feet distance. It requires 6 AA batteries. The recommended age is 8 years and older.
The Millennium Falcon quadcopter is made by Air Hogs for Spin Master under a Lucasfilm license.
The Star Wars Millennium Falcon Drone is difficult to fly, but once mastered, looks very cool in the air. The short review by TTPM shows it in action.
While the Star Wars Millennium Falcon Drone is difficult to fly, it does fly. This cannot be said about the RC Star Wars X-Wing Starfighter. Walmart sells the Air Hogs Star Wars Remote Control X-Wing Starfighter for $59.86.
The X-Wing Starfighter is made from durable high density foam. This is important as it tends to crash a lot. The Air Hogs X-Wing Starfighter is extremely difficult to fly. The instructions also call for removal of the four plastic laser cannons before flying.
The X-Wing Starfighter is pretty big and looks cool. It however, appears not to be much fun. Watch the short review below to see how difficult that thing is to fly.
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Besides the Air Hogs Star Wars toys, the BB-8 droid from Sphero has fans excited. It has also started to sell today for $149.99.