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R/C Flying Millennium Falcon makes Great Holiday Gift Idea

Oct 26 2010, 6:50am CDT | by , in Shopping | Holiday Gift Guide

R/C Flying Millennium Falcon makes Great Holiday Gift Idea
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Fun for kids of all ages above eight or those who are kids at heart.

The Flying Millennium Falcon is available at ThinkGeek for $49.99.

Every child dreams of getting an RC toy. Who would not want to get one for the holidays? Even adults who are Star Wars fans would love this as a Christmas gift. It combines nostalgia of the past and the fun of the present so parents and kids alike can share in the Empire of Star Wars. Star Wars toys are hot this holiday season so be sure to order yours.

The R/C Flying Millennium Falcon is modeled after Han Solo's hunk of junk ship. This starship is far from a hunk of junk. It is easy to fly and features an enclosed rotor, which for those who are not familiar with R/C, means that it is harder to break when you crash it than your standard R/C flying object. The remote features three different channels so you can battle your R/C Flying Millennium Falcon with other R/CFOs you might have at home.

This would make a perfect gift for the Star Wars buff in your family. From kids to adults anyone who loves to play with R/C toys will love this flying Millennium Falcon. It would make a great holiday gift so be sure to buy one today.

The Flying Millennium Falcon is available at ThinkGeek for $49.99.

Find more Holiday 2010 Gift ideas in our huge Holiday Gift Guide for 2010. We will continuously add new hot gift tips until Christmas in our Holiday Gift Guide hub. Make sure to also check out our Holiday Sales & Deals Hub for the best deals during the Holiday Shopping Season.

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