“This baby’s got a few surprises left in her, sweetheart.” – Han
That couldn’t more true with Beast Kingdom‘s Floating Millennium Falcon! While there are many SW toys out there waiting to be plucked, collectors in the know have Beast Kingdom on their radar without a doubt. This is the crew that brought one of the highly coveted collectibles from Iron Man 3 – Floating Mark II Iron Man. And just like with their Mark II floating figure and Kids Logic’s Back to the Future II Floating DeLorean, there are more than enough killer surprises with this Falcon. The jaw-dropping aspect of this piece is of course – the floating! Okay okay, that’s not all. You can see the detailed list of what makes this Falcon tick at the bottom of this article. But before you do, take a look at this video from Beast Kingdom…
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FLOATING MILLENNIUM FALCON
Our friends at Entertainment Earth have the Floating Millennium Falcon up on their site now for pre-order. According to the site, the Falcon is slated to arrive in July this year. Here’s what EE has to say about this
Beast Kingdom is pleased to announce the Egg Attack – EA-020 Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back Millennium Falcon Floating Version – the world’s first floating Millennium Falcon! The product uses electromagnetic attraction and repulsion to make the Millennium Falcon float on air! To reproduce the vehicle, every detail of the Millennium Falcon was meticulously crafted, including the armor plating, AG-2G quad laser cannon, and sensor dish.
- Painted with high-quality metal coating, showcasing steel-like armor and battle damage from the battlefield
- Comes with a magnetic levitation Echo Base.
- Requires 8x “AA” batteries (not included)
- Measures 5 1/2-inches long x 5-inches wide x 2 1/4-inches tall
- Magnetic levitation base measures 6-inches wide x 6-inches long x 2-inches tall
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