REMINDER: competition ends at 11:38pm GMT on Sunday 24th December 2017 (that’s tomorrow); good luck and MTFBWY!
The miniature droid, made by the award-winning British inventors at Wow! Stuff, encourages fans to use the ‘power of the Force’ to control the propeller-powered droid and train for combat, just like a Jedi Knight.
Based on the original device seen in Star Wars: A New Hope, Star Wars: Attack of the Clones and Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the Jedi Training Remote is for both younglings and established Jedi. The device darts up and down while firing simulated ‘sting beams’ at its opponent, making it a great combat training aid.
The new Jedi Training Remote incorporates details and realistic design with clever auto flight technology to keep the droid airborne. LED lights replicate random firing sting beams and repulsors.
Users can choose from two modes of training. The first involves using a remote control to set the height, speed and sting beam effects. The second mode, Force Control, uses patented sensor technology so the Jedi Training Remote can be controlled with movement of the hands, feet or any solid object waved below.
Based on the hugely popular Heliball auto flight gadget, which has already sold over 4 million units worldwide, the Jedi Training Remote comes with built-in rechargeable batteries, an infrared handset, USB charging cable and full instructions.
For the chance to win a Jedi Training Remote, simply tell us which Star Wars film (based on original release date) we first saw the Jedi Training Remote in?
- Star Wars: Attack of the Clones
- Star Wars: A New Hope
- Star Wars: The Force Awakens
To be in with a chance of winning you need to answer the above question and send the answer to firstname.lastname@example.org including your e-mail, address and mobile telephone number.
- This competition is open only to residents of the UK.
- Competition ends at 11:38pm GMT on Sunday 24th December 2017.
- The winner(s) will be notified by 5:01pm GMT on Friday 29th December 2017.
- Winner agrees to publicity at Jedi News and/or Wow! Stuff.
- Only 1 entry per household.
- No cash alternative.
- The judge’s decision is final.
- Jedi News accepts no liabilities for loss.