First revealed earlier this year, Hasbro's latest version of the most iconic spaceship in the Star Wars universe is finally available to add to your collection. The 76cm long Millennium Falcon toy (if you can even call it that at this scale) is packed with details and believe it or not is powered solely by imagination — no batteries required.
A real-life version of the Empire — the ship features a moving radar dish and a cannon on top that pivots and turns, in addition to intricate detailing that make this almost look like a film prop. A few hours with an airbrush and you could probably get it pretty close to the models stored in Lucasfilm's archive.
You might expect this monstrosity to cost well north of $US100, but surprisingly it's just $US60. Why so cheap? It's a case of what you see is what you get because there's nothing inside this Falcon, and it doesn't even open to accommodate any figures. So anyone wanting to hitch a ride is going to have to climb on top and hold on tight. [GeekAlerts]