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The Jedi Training Heliballs

These are the Star Wars copters that can be controlled using “The Force”. Each one has built-in proximity sensors that detect motion from a hand, foot, or lightsaber, enabling you to control its flight at will like a Jedi. The heliballs can also be controlled using an included remote that lets you set the speed and altitude, and has a fire button that emits an LED beam with sound effects. Copters charge via included USB cable; remote requires three AAA batteries. Select Millennium Falcon or Jedi Training Droid. Ages 8 and up.




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The Jedi Training Heliballs come with The Hammacher Schlemmer Lifetime Guarantee. Items that we sell are guaranteed for their normal life under standard non-commercial use.

Should any product fail to meet your expectations, we will replace it or refund the cost of the item less shipping and service fees. Returns older than one year will be credited in form of a gift certificate.

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Item 92495

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Shipping charges noted in parentheses apply in addition to our standard shipping & service charges on this item.

Item Ships via Truck

Shipped via truck and may require customer assistance upon delivery. You will be contacted to make an appointment for delivery. We're sorry, but gift wrap and gift cards are not available.

Canada Duty Free

This product is Duty Free to Canada

GST still applies and will be charged upon processing.

Price $39.95
Add One 4 Pack AAA Battery for $4.95

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