Star Wars Speeder Bike Battling Quadcopter
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The adrenaline pumping speeder bike through the giant trees of Endor is easily one of the coolest sequences in Return of the Jedi and arguably in the whole Star Wars saga. Who can forget Luke and Leia dodging through the trees trying to escape the Imperial Scout Troopers? Sadly no one has invented hover bikes yet, so the closest most of us can get to flying a Speeder Bike is this amazing quadcopter from Propel.
It features a top speed of over 35 mph combined with slick intuitive controls to make sure any unintended tree interfaces are kept to a minimum. Beginner pilots can use the app-based training system to quickly get up to speed on the basics of flight and advanced pilots can use it to help hone their skills. There’s even a push-button barrel roll feature for when you really need to impress (or get under a fallen tree).
But believe it or not the Speeder Bike Quadcopter is so much more than just a fast, manoeuvrable drone with great controls and an advanced training app. It also features a super accurate laser battling system allowing up to 24 Propel Battling Star Wars Quadcopters to participate in some seriously epic aerial battles. Get hit once and your controller will buzz, get hit three times and you’re out – your quad will perform a safe landing and you’ll have to sit out the rest of a battle. Last drone flying is the winner!
Every Collectors Deluxe Edition Speeder Bike Battling Quadcopter comes packaged in a stylish and subtle black case which features a very cool surprise when opened – but we won’t spoil it for you. It also comes with a second LiPo battery to keep you in the air for as long as possible as well as the essential USB wall charger to get you back up as soon as possible.
- 1 x Star Wars Speeder Bike Quadcopter
- 1 x Controller
- 2 x Lithium ion quadcopter batteries
- 1 x Storage box
- 1 x USB charging cable
Flying drones is subject to CAA guidelines; see here.
Please note: unfortunately this item is excluded from all coupon code offers.