RC Millennium Falcon Flies at Your Finger Tips
You must have seen and been crazy for the Millennium Falcon that appeared in many Star Wars Episodes and it is now the time for turning that fictional spacecraft into a reality with the remote controlled Millennium Falcon. With a length of 11 inches and a width of 8 inches, this falcon looks a pretty advanced techno-gadget and was first introduced in the toy fair. Originating from the Star Trek episodes, the idea of the falcon as explained by the maker of the Star Wars, George Lucas is that it looks more like a hamburger as the cockpit of the device looks like an olive that is placed on the side.
The best feature of this falcon is that you can fly it through a remote control and the same fun and excitement you can experience as it would have been while flying a toy helicopter. The remote control, for repeated performances, can be charged too, so you won’t need to replace batteries again and again.
The role of the Millennium Falcon in the Star Wars Episodes is one of the inevitable. It has been seen making its entry into the episodes as a spacecraft commanded by Harrison Ford, playing the role of the smuggler Han Solo and Peter Mayhew, acting as Chewbacca. The episodes where you can see the millennium falcon are Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (1977), Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (1980), Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi (1983) and in the Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (2005). Along with the episodes, this falcon also appeared in other Star Trek materials like games, books and comics.
It is true the Millennium Falcon flies but it will be wrong to expect that it will fly on anti-gravity engines too. But as you will not have to fly in the universe and fight with your foes, I guess this flying machine will be pretty good thing for you. A good plaything for the kids and grown-ups, the Millennium falcon has already created a positive vibe and acceptance for it among people. Looking like a Corellian freighter, this small flying spacecraft looking thing is designed with two cargo-gripping mandibles facing towards to the front.
If you are a star trek fan you can think of buying this Millennium Falcon, and just get glad to know that it will cost you just $60. I wish it could have been bigger so that I could have taken a ride on it as since I saw Avatar, I am feeling an urge to get into a ship that would take me to the world beyond our Earth. If you are obsessed with Star Wars and Universe like me, you can also check out the Star Wars Dark Side Apron, the Star Wars Obi-Wan Kenobi Maquette and the Lego Star Wars AT AT.