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Star Wars: The Force Awakens RC Millennium Falconwas £59.99 now £20.00 @ Argos

£20.00 @ Argos
This radio control Millennium Falcon is produced based on digital data from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It includes a full function controller with dual joysticks for high speed action and easy mane…
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This radio control Millennium Falcon is produced based on digital data from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It includes a full function controller with dual joysticks for high speed action and easy maneuverability.

2.4 GHz up to 30m range, moves in all directions: forward, left, right, forward and backward, For indoor and outdoor use, Approximately 11 long.

Moves in all directions: left, right, forward and backward.

For indoor and outdoor use.

Size H33.02, W36.83, D10.16cm.Batteries required: 6 x AA (not included) plus .For ages 5 years and over

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#1
Great deal, heat added :)
#2
6xAA's needed! Reminds me of the old days when I was a kid everything took loads of battery's, like the original gameboy which took 4, heat added btw OP
1 Like #3
johnwillowlfc
6xAA's needed! Reminds me of the old days when I was a kid everything took loads of battery's, like the original gameboy which took 4, heat added btw OP
Yeah but gameboy batteries lasted 37 years.
#4
migavupe
johnwillowlfc
6xAA's needed! Reminds me of the old days when I was a kid everything took loads of battery's, like the original gameboy which took 4, heat added btw OP
Yeah but gameboy batteries lasted 37 years.


Depends on if you were using Duracell or not haha
#5
link takes me to failed argos page stating "Houston, we have a problem
We can't seem to find that page"
#6
note it doesnt fly according to argos q&a
1 Like #7
Correct link, but appears to be more of an odd-shaped car, than a spacecraft.
#8
mikecollins
link takes me to failed argos page stating "Houston, we have a problem
We can't seem to find that page"
http://www.argos.co.uk/product/4369606

Bit pointless that it doesn't fly. "It's the ship that inched its way from the living room to the kitchen in less than twelve minutes" doesn't quite have the same ring to it.

Edited By: greencat on Dec 27, 2016 08:20
#9
rich_jtg
Correct link, but appears to be more of an odd-shaped car, than a spacecraft.


​Thanks for posting the link, it messed up from my phone
#10
"Moves in all directions:" LOL, not up or down ! ;-)

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