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Rent a Millennium Falcon Carriage Stroller For Florida Disney Park Visits

by Conner Flynn
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When you have small kids it’s harder to get around, which is why strollers were invented. And when you have small kids and you are a geek… you need an appropriately geeky stroller. Fantasy Strollers is a stroller rental company based in Orlando, Florida. They offer Millennium Falcon and Cinderella carriage strollers so you can push your kids around Disney parks in style.

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Both versions can carry two small children and they even have lighting effects. The Falcon model even has an interior light choice of red or blue for dark-sided or light-sided occupants. It’s never too early to start your kid on the road to being a Star Wars nerd after all.

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That Millenium Falcon stroller also has a control panel, fans, and sound effects. No hyperdrive, though. There’s a new model of the carriage stroller being released in January, 2019 that will have seats that convert into a bed too. Nice. Just more weight for parents to push around.

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Like most things at Disney’s theme parks, renting these strollers isn’t exactly cheap. It costs $130 to use one for 8 hours, then $20 for every additional hour. Kids today have so many cool things. Where’s the Millennium Falcon for adults to be pushed around in?

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Most of us already can’t afford to go to Disney’s parks and now the cost just went up because your kid will have to take a ride in one of these.

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[via Geekologie]



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