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These are the mini Star Wars 'copters you were looking for

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The Force is strong with 2015.

What with J J Abram's getting the band back together for 17 December, Secret Cinema hosting grand Empire Strikes Back festivities and the most exciting Star Wars video game ever being announced in the form of Battlefront, there's only so much more we can take.

So it's just as well that these remote control Star Wars toy 'copters are tiny.

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The creation of Bandai Namco's CCP, their latest range of Pico-Falcon RC toys (the smallest in the world, with a body under 90mm across) has been modelled after three of Star Wars' most iconic vehicles: the Millennium Falcon, an X-Wing and a TIE fighter.

Not quite capable of taking on galactic travel, a three minute charge will result in four minutes of fly time, with a five metre indoor range.

Still, you should be able to bull's-eye a womp rat with one of these bad boys. They're set to go on sale on 1 August, with a UK stockist yet to be announced.

[Via: Cool People]

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