Every young and young-at-heart nerd who has ever seen a non-prequel Star Wars movie would sacrifice expendable extremities and/or organs to fly the Millennium Falcon. Well, dream no longer, scruffy scoundrels and nerf-herders. We wouldn’t bet on the massive Air Hogs Millennium Falcon XL Drone making the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs, but one could certainly have a grand time harassing Amazon’s eventual unmanned aerial delivery fleet.
Despite being decidedly pared down from Han Solo’s classic bird, we would argue that a replica measuring 27 inches long by 20 wide is still nothing to sneeze at, especially with a light-up cockpit that includes enclosed figurines of Chewbacca and Solo himself. In practical terms, Kylo Ren’s late papa would be damn proud to see the exceptional performance this scale facsimile’s six-axis gyro and barometric pressure height lock deliver together in flight along all 250 feet of its lengthy 2.4GHz communication range. From its satisfying maneuverability and the remote control’s onboard flight data system to detailed movie-authentic styling, sounds and subspace hyperdrive LED lights, the Air Hogs Millennium Falcon XL Drone has got it where it counts, kid.