Star Wars Battle Drones

Jul 22, 2016

Category: Tech

Let’s be honest. The word “drone” doesn’t have the best connotation in the world. It’s either connected to a story about invasion of privacy, Skynet, or questionably legal military strikes. If our association with that word is going to change over the next five or so years, it’ll be due to drones like this Star Wars Battle Drones collection from Propel. They’re just too fun to be menacing.

With the ability to fly at up to 37 miles an hour these tiny models of the famous star ships can perform wild stunts at the touch of a button and even fire lasers at one another. Each drone is hand-painted and quality assured to make sure you’ll be getting as close to the real thing as you ever have. Four models will be made available, the 74-Z Speeder Bike, Millennium Falcon, T-65 X-Wing Starfighter, and Tie Advanced X1 Fighter, making a perfect set for racing and dogfighting with your friends. Prices are yet to be announced, but you can reserve yourself one now. [Purchase]

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