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These Star Wars Propel Drones are just $40 for Black Friday

Treat the Star Wars superfan on your list to a collectors edition Star Wars drone for 70 percent off.
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November 21, 2018
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The drone revolution is finally upon us, and there are more and more beginner-friendly drones that can pull off impressive tricks with the click of a button.

But when it comes to pure geek-out awesomeness, nothing beats these collector's edition Star Wars Propel Drones, which offer stunning recreations of the famed T-65 X-Wing fighter among other classic designs. And right now these fighting drones are available for over 70 percent off at just $39.99 when you use code BFSAVE20 at checkout.

These laser-shooting star-fighters make the perfect gift for for any true Star Wars fanatic. With multiple speed settings and specialized Reverse Propulsion technology, these drones can reach speeds of up to 35 miles per hour, and can execute impressive stunts when you use the companion app controller on your smartphone.

You can even engage in nail-biting dogfights with other Propel drones via the multiplayer battle game app, and you'll be able to show off your beloved fighter jets and play original music from the Star Wars movies with the included display case.

Treat that Star Wars superfan on your list to a Star Wars Propel Drone for just $39.99—over 70% off its usual price with code BFSAVE20 at checkout.

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