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Millennium Falcon RC Review

Updated on May 27, 2013
star wars toy picture of the millennium falcon rc
star wars toy picture of the millennium falcon rc

The Millennium Falcon RC is a new toy that would be loved by Star Wars fans.

There has been a lot of Star Wars toys over the years Star Wars has existed but they are mostly action figures, models or accessories like the replica light saber. The Millennium Falcon RC is the first of its kind as it is the first flying rc toy that is associated with Star Wars.


The RC toy is bright white which is weird as the real Millennium Falcon was never this color. It may have changed from faded green to dirty white, but not in bright white. There is a huge hole to accommodate the dual propeller of the RC which makes the Milennium Falcon more of a shell than the RC helicopter itself. There is a base below the toy that helps the toy fly as well as the place where the battery and motor is located.

Stuff You Need To Know

  1. Hard to fly for beginners
  2. 10 to 20 minutes charging time
  3. 5 minutes flying time


  1. 12 inches in length
  2. Dual Propeller Closed System
  3. Battery Operated
  4. Built-in charger inside the controller
  5. Full directional controller with trim function


The Millennium Falcon RC uses an obsolete RC helicopter system even when it was first released. Because it uses a dual propeller system with no tail rotor,directional control is a problem as well as stability in the air. One common complain people have with the toy is its weird flying pattern as it just rotate in its axis that is hard to control. There is a trim function, but you must know how to use it properly to make it useful.

The Right Way To Fly This RC Helicopter

Tips For Flight Problems

First, hold the left trim button if your plane is spinning to the right and the right trim button if it is spinning to the left. Keep holding that button until the helicopter stops spinning. Don't hold and just tap the left and right button to maintain its stability. Accelerate/decelerate slowly by gently releasing/holding the button.

If these tips does not work, you may have a defective product or accidentally broke the toy when it hit the walls or the floor.

The star wars remote controlled millennium falcon is a better toy than those star wars model that are only meant to be displayed. Why not try and do your own kessel run with this millennium falcon rc.


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      Phillip Drayer Duncan 6 years ago from The Ozarks

      Cool Hub! I want one!


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