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Star Wars Starfighter Vehicle Hailfire Droid Starfighter Vehicle

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  • A self-aware, mobile missile platform used by the intergalactic banking clan
  • Pilot this awesome star fighter to adventure
  • Cool detailing and retractable landing gear help to blast you into a galaxy of excitement
  • Vehicle comes with label and instructions

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Technical Details
Item Weight794 g
Product Dimensions32.5 x 26.4 x 10.7 cm
Item model number87170
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
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Best Sellers Rank 844,420 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight794 g
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Date First Available18 Mar. 2010

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Product description

Name: Droid Federation Hailfire DroidManufacturer: HasbroSeries: Saga '06 Star Wars VehicleRelease Date: September 2006Details (Description): The deadliest droid! This new edition features a dark grey body with silver trim! The hull now features a printed Separatist insignia! The Star Wars 3 3/4-inch scale Star Wars Hailfire Droid Vehicle features firing rocket launchers, huge rolling wheels, and the kind of rugged armaments you'd expect from a vehicle that fought during the Clone Wars. Creepy, grey, and huge, this menacing droid features a whopping 32 missiles, 16 of which are stored and 16 of which really shoot and send the Republic forces to their doom!A self-aware mobile missile-platform used by the InterGalactic Banking Clan, Hailfire droids deliver surface-to-surface and surface-to-air strikes with their stacked banks of rocket warheads. en the InterGalactic Banking Clan pledged its forces to the Separatists (a non-exclusive arrangement, of course), its Hailfire droids were added to the immense battle droid army.

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Hasbro's first wave of vehicles for Star Wars' 30th Anniversary includes the excellent Hailfire Droid. This is the mainstay of the Seperatist Forces and its main weapons are the two missile pods on either side of its body with 32 missiles to take out ground and air targets alike.

Collector's will recognise this toy as a similar version to the original Clone Wars Seperatist Forces Droid issue from 2003. This one sports changes to the paint job and some nice battle damage detailing.

The toy itself is quite large, with huge 12 inch track wheels, missile pods and a positionable blaster cannon. It comes disassembled in 7 parts and can be put together in a minute or so. When attaching the wheels, make sure they click right in or when you stand it up or they'll fall off when you roll it forward.

The Hailfire Droid is armed with 32 missiles. The lower 8 on each pod just slot in but the upper eight have a spring mechanism inside each tube. The missile clicks into place and when you place your finger on the back it launches out. This is fun but I can see kids losing the missiles very quickly.

All in all the Hailfire Droid is a must for the Star Wars Collector, a great toy for kids and a welcome addition to any Clone Wars diorama.
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Amazon.com: 3.3 out of 5 stars 4 reviews
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Christmas dream 26 Dec. 2009
By Jessica Sullivan - Published on Amazon.com
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My son was so excited to receive this Hail Fire Droid for Christmas today! It isn't a toy for the very young but a great present for the older boy (7 and Up) who LOVES Star Wars. The missiles fire for battle play with your Clones. There's A Clone wars battle going on right now in his room!

Update: It has been almost a year now and this toy has held up to my son and his friends "wars"
they are not gentle by any means.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Looks nice, but lousy quality for a toy to play with 4 Feb. 2009
By BBooDad - Published on Amazon.com
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We returned it because it fell apart the first night, and wouldn't hold the missiles in. If you are a collector, it would be a nice addition. For my 7 yo son, it was a big disappointment after he saved up his money to be able to PLAY with it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars My son loves it! 26 Dec. 2010
By Jay - Published on Amazon.com
It's the day after Christmas. My 10 yr old got this toy and he's had a blast with it. He and his brothers played with it all day. I can't tell you (yet) how it will hold up long term, but it made it through a day unfazed and all of the much used launchers are still functional. Educational value? Zip, nada, none- unless maybe for exercising a little hand/eye coordination. But it's a lot of fun and not a loud toy like his older brother's "battle tanks." We're happy with it and feel confidant enough about it to recommend it. I would think it best for 8-9 year olds and up.
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Flimsy "droid" (not a vehicle) 28 May 2009
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
It's probably my fault for not reading the box carefully, but this is not a vehicle, it's a "Droid". There is no where for a character to ride. It's supposed to roll along on the two over-sized wheels, one of them rolls fine, the other catches and snags on it's own tracks. Don't presume that you can give it a shove from one side of a room and have it glide along to the other, you have to continually push it. It has 32, yes 32, individual spring loaded missile launchers, so if you're buying this for a child as I did, keep that in mind. As far as durability, I don't imagine this surviving it's first night in the toybox..it's very flimsy.
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