Star Wars Battling Fighter Slot Car Set

Oct 1, 2013

Category: Tech

The Death Star Trench Run (Battle of Yavin) was easily one of the most famous scenes from the Star Wars films, and now you can relive that famous scene from the comfort of your own home with this Star Wars Battling Fighter Slot Car Set.

Just like the movie, users will be able to pilot their choice of Luke Skywalker’s “Red Five” X-Wing, or join the dark side with Darth Vader’s TIE Advanced fighter. The game is quite simple. Both battle ships are designed to be a bit wider than the actual track, which means if Vader can catch up to Luke, he will knock the young Jedi right off the track, destroying all hope for the Rebel Alliance. Not only are both ships outfitted with LED lights, but the glow-in-the-dark stripping on the 12 foot track means you can keep racing, even when you shut the lights off. This is a great Star Wars gift for fans of all ages. Watch the video below to see the set in action. [Purchase]

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