Star Wars Luke Skywalker 12V Landspeeder Toysrus £499.00
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Star Wars Luke Skywalker 12V Landspeeder Toysrus £499.00

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Found 21st Jul
Star Wars Luke Skywalker 12V Landspeeder
By: Toys R Us Star Wars | Age Group: 4 - 8 years

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Release Date:
06/10/2017

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Product Description
Kids can pretend they are speeding across the planet of Tatooine just like Luke Skywalker with this 12V Landspeeder ride-on, based on a fictional anti-gravity craft used in the Star Wars movies. Perfect for little Star Wars fans, this awesome Landspeeder is modelled after the sand-pocked and sun-faded X-34 craft from Star Wars: A New Hope, featuring realistic and true to movie details such as replica repulsor vents and turbine engines.

The Landspeeder can seat up to two riders and features an interactive dashboard with lights and real movie sounds so your little Luke or Leia will feel just like they are on an immersive galactic adventure. Choose real movie sounds effects like engine start up/shut down sounds, flying sounds, C-3PO’s voice, R2-D2 noises or Luke Skywalker phrases and use the gear shift to switch between 2mph forward, 5mph forward, or 2mph reverse.

This unique and exciting driving experience allows kids to travel up to 5mph and features forward and reverse functions. Transform your garden or park into a faraway galaxy, cruise across the plains of Tatooine and recreate favourite movie moments on a solo mission or with a friend with this realistic battery powered Landspeeder ride-on. Complete with rechargeable 12V battery and charger.

12V Landspeeder ride-on, based on a fictional anti-gravity craft used in the Star Wars movies
Film-accurate X-34 design and detailing from Star Wars: A New Hope
Seats up to two riders
Interactive dashboard with lights and real movie sounds
Includes dialogue from C-3PO, R2-D2 and Luke Skywalker
Features forward speed with choice of 2mph or 5mph and reverse functions of 2mph
Includes rechargeable 12V battery and charger
Maximum weight: 13.6kg
RIDE ON BATTERY OPERATED VEHICLE/SCOOTER SAFETY ADVICE

In the interests of your safety and the safety of others, we must ensure that you fully understand the recommended guidelines for these products.

Vehicle not to be used on public highways (roads/pavements)
Vehicle must be used on private property with owner’s consent
Appropriate protective equipment to be worn at all times
Children must be supervised by an adult at all times
It is essential for your child’s safety and optimum performance of the product that you fully read and follow all instructions before use. This includes information on the charging of the battery.

Top comments

These aren't the prices I'm looking for!
25 Comments

loving the wheels , lol

For £500 I would expect a hovercraft

not much room for droids on the back...

Not a bad price, Obi Wan sold Luke's one for 2000 credits.

Wish I was 40 years younger.

Wait, what do they mean fictional?? I thought Star Wars was a documentary...?

These aren't the prices I'm looking for!

The irony of stating 'kids can pretend' - then removing that burden from them

There are two girls pictured in it in the different pictures. Who are they meant to be? Leia, Mon Mothma or Aunt Beru? As there aren't any other women in the galaxy.

Plus their clothing budget obviously didn't stretch very far, both the girls seem to be wearing the same set of clothes.

Dam that's alot of money!!! Pretty cool though!

In the video clip, it's funny the way that they've masked the wheels behind sand dunes when it's 'driving', so it looks like it's hovering!!!

"Film accurate"???!

"Vehicle not to be used on public highways" ???!

For £500 I would expect to go to the shops and back in it(!) - you could seriously build a real one for that price. Give your kid £500 and tell them to obtain parts and build one themselves. If they're not capable of making one, they probably don't deserve to ride in one. Also the anti-gravity part is honestly the cheapest and easiest part of the build when they work out how to do it.
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 22nd Jul

Ever since the XP-38 came out, these just aren't in demand.

Seems expensive as it looks to have a few bumps and scrapes.

co4ch

Wait, what do they mean fictional?? I thought Star Wars was a … Wait, what do they mean fictional?? I thought Star Wars was a documentary...?



Your Santa Clause moment

Very cool
However I find your lack of discount disturbing

Mentos Your Santa Clause moment


Wait, what do you mean Santa Clause moment?? Are you saying he's not real...?

Star Wars Luke Skywalker 12V Landspeeder Toysrus £499.00 £499.99
oO
Do you have to pay twice???
Edited by: "truffle6969" 21st Jul

Rediculous price, but voted hot cos it's cool and wasn't expecting it to get a UK release. Would rather buy the Lego death star and keep the change if I had that much money to spend!

I'll wait for the pedal powered AT-AT.

happynuggets

I'll wait for the pedal powered AT-AT.


Been waiting 30 years already

Goddammit! - It's got wheels!. I was getting all excited for a moment then!.

Or a more casual approach for the weekend:

Weekend ride

RedTurkey18 h, 20 m ago

In the video clip, it's funny the way that they've masked the wheels …In the video clip, it's funny the way that they've masked the wheels behind sand dunes when it's 'driving', so it looks like it's hovering!!!


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