These drones, unveiled at a Star Wars event in London yesterday (July 21), will cost between $200 and $300, but unfortunately won’t be available in North America at launch. If you’re still interested in getting your hands on what is likely to be a hot commodity this holiday season, you can reserve one on Propel’s website. (Though the site is currently down, as it seems the sheer collective excitement of the internet at the prospect of official Star Wars drones has hugged Propel’s site to death.)

These aren’t the first Star Wars drones that have graced the internet—there are even some rudimentary Star Wars-branded flying toys for sale, and some very enterprising drone racers who built their own—but these are the first that aren’t homemade or just a toy that flies. In other words, these are official quadcopter drones hitting the market. Until they go on sale, or at least until Propel’s site is back up, check out this fan-made Star Wars film shot entirely on drones to tide you over:

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