Millennium Falcon Drone

Jan 28, 2019

Category: Tech

It’s no longer necessary to be seven feet tall and covered with hair in order to be allowed to pilot one of the most iconic ships in a galaxy far, far away. All it takes is the ability to operate a drone and you’ll be the nerf-herder of note on the stick of the Millenium Falcon.

Released on Force Friday, the drone fits in the palm of your hand and is constructed of tough, high-density foam for surviving the narrowest escapes. Easy to pilot by veterans and newbies alike with the simple R/C remote, it’s the attention to detail that will capture the eye of collectors. Made by Air Hogs this is a quadcopter style drone that gives enough juice to easily make the Kessel run in less than twelve parsecs, just so long as mynocks don’t chew through the power cables.

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