Wow! Stuff's The Star Wars Jedi Training Remote proves a hit

The product, which was released in conjunction with Star Wars Force Friday, has been praised by press publications.
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Wow! Stuff’s The Star Wars Jedi Training Remote has enjoyed stellar coverage in the press during this Force Friday event.

The miniature droid, which has been inspired by the Jedi training device from the Star Wars film franchise, has been billed as one of the ‘top 10 Last Jedi products to buy’ by newspaper The Independent.

Meanwhile, technology magazine T3 has hailed the drone as one of the ‘best Star Wars toys for Force Friday’ and Pocket Lint has praised its ‘realistic design’ and ‘clever auto flight technology’.

Designed for kids aged over eight years old and adults, the training device darts up and down, while firing simulated ‘sting beams’ at its opponent.

The product is now available from retailers including the likes of Argos, Smyths, Debenhams and Hamleys for £29.99.

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