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Prime Day 2019 Deals: Sphero 'Star Wars' Droids Are On Sale!

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This year's Amazon.com Prime Day megasale (opens in new tab) gives you the chance to own two of the most popular droids in science fiction history — R2-D2 and BB-9E.

At almost 60% off of the original price, totaling $43.98, the R2-D2 bot has the same movements as seen in the film, and can be given commands through the app. The droid will also sit by your side as you watch the films that made up the Star Wars saga and react with you. 

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R2-D2 App-Enabled Droid | Was $100 | Down to $44 (opens in new tab)

You can have your own little R2-D2 with this app-enabled robot from Sphero. You can control the R2-D2 figure, complete with LEDs and sounds, with your smartphone or other smart device.
 

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Meanwhile, BB-9E is available for $49.99, complete with holographic simulations that let you explore the Star Wars galaxy, as well as signature LED lights.

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BB-9E App-Enabled Droid | Was $130 | Down to $38 (opens in new tab)

Do you want to command your own BB-9E? Equipped with bright LED lights, you can control this BB-9E with an app and watch it roll just like on-screen.
 

Sphero's BB-8 app-enabled droid, seen bobbling around in the video above, is not on sale at the moment. But if you must complete your collection, the BB-8 is currently $80 on Amazon (opens in new tab)

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Passant Rabie
Passant Rabie

Passant Rabie is an award-winning journalist from Cairo, Egypt. Rabie moved to New York to pursue a master's degree in science journalism at New York University. She developed a strong passion for all things space, and guiding readers through the mysteries of the local universe. Rabie covers ongoing missions to distant planets and beyond, and breaks down recent discoveries in the world of astrophysics and the latest in ongoing space news. Prior to moving to New York, she spent years writing for independent media outlets across the Middle East and aims to produce accurate coverage of science stories within a regional context.