Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder

Jul 21, 2017

Category: Rides

Radio Flyer, you may or may not know, is the company responsible for generations of childhood fun – as they are the brand that created the Little Red Wagon. And, while they still make it, they’ve also expanded their business into more modern ventures. Take, for instance, their newest release: an electric-powered child-sized version of Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder from Star Wars.

Powered by a 12V rechargeable battery, this miniature vehicle has two seats and a maximum load capacity of 130 pounds – which is more than enough for two small padawans. And it has three speeds controlled by an onboard gear shifter: 2 mph forward, 5 mph forward, and 2 mph in reverse. Sure, it’s no speed demon, but – let’s remember – it’s a kid’s toy. If you’re trying to foster a love of Star Wars in your children and you’ve got $500 to spend, this might be one of the coolest gifts of all time.

Purchase: $500

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