Air Hogs has combined drone technology with the popular Star Wars. A new release has a four propeller drone with the appearance of a Millennium Falcon. But, it is not just a Millennium Falcon body hung from a drone, it is a Millennium Falcon with the propellers recessed into its body, so from the side it is not possible to tell it has propellers visually. The noise from the motor may be difficult to fully drown out.
The Millennium Falcon is a product of Air Hogs. It is designed to be flown at a distance of up to two hundred feet. This is well under the drone height of four hundred feet that is acceptable in most locations.
The Millennium Falcon comes with a 2.4 GHz communication that allows you to have control of the vehicle. It has LED lights and authentic sounds, which probably mask, at least in part, the sounds of the motor. But, the sounds come out of the controller.
Having the propeller blades recessed into the body reduces the danger of injury through propeller blade strikes, but do be careful not to allow hair to be pulled into a propeller.
Air time is rated at fifteen minutes on a battery charge, and recharging is estimated to take one hour. The requirement is for six AA batteries.
The Millennium Falcon is rated for both indoor and outdoor use.