With Star Wars' 'Force Friday' firmly proving that excitement for 'The Force Awakens' has reached fever pitch, you'll be unsurprised to find that at the top of almost everyone's Christmas List is this: The Millennium Falcon Drone.
This wondrous creation will allow kids (and adults) to fly a 14-inch version of their favourite spaceship via remote control, even allowing them to perform stunts and tricks thanks to a 'flip' button located on the controller.
It's definitely not the first time we've seen a Millennium Falcon drone, with one superfan creating their own and uploading a YouTube video that almost immediately went viral.
Then of course there's the incredible 10,000 brick version of the iconic ship that was built out of Lego in Malaysia. The astonishing creation being just one in a number of pet projects that prove why Han Solo's ship is arguably the most iconic from the series.
For those that want something a little more immersive then there's good news. The new video game Star Wars: Battlefront will feature the Millennium Falcon, allowing gamers to pilot the ship in massive online multiplayer dogfights.
If being firmly rooted on the ground is more your thing then how about the Sphero BB-8 remote controlled robot?
Powered by an iPhone app, this cute little companion won over the internet when J.J. Abrams unveiled it as a fully-working prop that had been built from scratch.