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Tag Archives: Star-Wars

Star Wars Lightsabers Wall Hooks

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You’re looking at wall hooks, you know, to hang your clothes or jackets from? They’re cool because they look like lightsabers that recently cut a hole in your wall and stayed embedded.

– Set of 2 Star Wars Lightsaber Wall Hooks
– Officially-licensed Star Wars merchandise
– A ThinkGeek creation & exclusive
– One each of Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader’s hilts
– Materials: ABS Plastic and steel
– Dimensions: 11″ tall x 2″ wide on wall, projects 6″ out, hilt is 7 1/2″ long
– Weight: 3 oz. each
– Includes 2 lightsaber hilts, 2 burning stickers, and 2 metal mounting plates

Best part is it won’t break that bank at $25.

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Battling Star Wars Drones Are A Thing That You Can Buy

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When we write about Star Wars merchandise, it’s usually just some stuff that looks like something in the movies, and doesn’t do much, like a lamp or a toaster or something. But these Propel RC Star Wars “Battling Quad” Drones are something else: they carry lasers that can tag their opponents, grounding them after three successful hits. You’ll thus be able to conduct some pretty gnarly aerial dogfights, since these are some pretty powerful drones too, reaching their 25mph top speed in only 3 seconds. They come in 74-Z Speeder Bike, Tie Advanced X1, T-65 X-Wing Starfighter, or Millennium Falcon variants. But since we’re talking about serious toys, we’re also looking at serious prices ranging from $325 to $400.

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This Is The Cutest BB-8 Tea Set

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Whether you’re sick of reading about Star Wars merchandise or not, you can’t look at the BB-8 Tea Set and not find it outrageously cute. At least that’s how we roll on this Monday morning. It’s made of high quality ceramic and features a nestled teapot and cup design that will have you sipping flavourful botanicals in no time. The pot holds 12 ounces, and the cup 6, so you can fill it twice per brew. At $25, it’s an inexpensive gift for the Star Wars and Tea lover in your life.

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A Death Star Toaster

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Has it been long enough since we posted about Star Wars merchandise? No? Well, too bad because look at this. It’s a toaster shaped like the Death Star. And (and!) it brands a TIE fighter on your bread while it toasts. There’s really not much more to say about it, I mean, it’s a toaster for crying out loud. But for those die-hard fans out there, it’s a fun, officially-licensed product that you can own for all of £49.99 (about $65USD). It’s on pre-order for the moment, with shipment in October.

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R2-D2 Architectural Desk Lamp

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We went at least a couple of weeks without mentioning anything Star Wars related. That’s gotta count for something, right? Right? Well, whatever, look, this lamp right here is the bee’s knees. Just look at it. It’s not your standard architectural desk lamp. As a matter of fact, perhaps it’s… “the architectural desk lamp you’ve been looking for…” Get it? Ok, we’ll show ourselves out. But not before telling you it’s $60, officially licensed, and being sold by Thinkgeek, which means it’s quality stuff.

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Cyclist Draws Darth Vader With GPS Tracking

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Look, take this with a grain of salt, but there apparently exists a cyclist by the name of Stephen Lund who took it upon himself to get creative with his GPS tracker. He set out on a 46.3km (28.8miles) course through the city of Victoria, British-Columbia (that’s in Canada for those of you geographically challenged) with the intent to draw Darth Vader on its map. The result is what you see above. Or, it’s not, since anyone with a bit of motivation can replicate this exact result in a photo editing program. But hey, let’s all pretend to be impressed anyway, because if it’s true, this is at least deserving of a passing “heh, look at that!” for one motivated cyclist. And if you think that’s impressive, you should check out the other drawings he claims to have made while cycling, including a 220kms (136 miles) mermaid.

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Darth Vader Toothpick Dispenser

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Ok… we said we would stop talking about Star Wars stuff. We know. But how can you resist a Darth Vader toothpick dispenser? The toothpicks stealthily hide in his cape, and every time you need a new one you depress a lever at the back, his outstretched hands reaches in there and returns to the initial position with a new ‘Lightsaber’. It’s a novelty item, sure… but it’s Darth Vader handing out toothpicks, so there’s something a little amusing to see such a powerful character stuck with such a mundane task. It’s $34.95 on pre-order.

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Too Much Star Wars Merch? How About The Star Wars Death Star BBQ

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Yeah… we’re not sure where to draw the line anymore. The amount of Star Wars merch is never ending, and we’re growing tired of reporting on it. We suspect you do too, so we’re gonna dial it down. But not before we tell you about the Star Wars Death Star BBQ. So yeah, it’s a BBQ shaped like the Death Star, and no it’s not an actual miniature Death Star on legs. It’s officially licensed, made from stainless steel and in every other way than its appearance a charcoal BBQ. It’s £99.99, which is a lot of pounds, especially if you count them in American dollars, all $143 of them. You’re free to pre-order, but it won’t ship until May 31st.

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Star Wars Themed Urs Urns? Yeah, Sure, That Exists

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Another day, another freaking Star Wars product. Soon, the entire planet will be one giant Star Wars piece of mercy merch. At which point is it too much? We’re not sure, but apparently there might be a market for people who want their ashes to be kept in a Darth Vader bust. Or a Death Star. They’re made using a 3D printing technique, which means colors can be custom. And according the company, they’re be delivered for free in a TIE fighter. Now this we have to see! It’s $225 for one, and of course they’re sold out.

Update: Oof… So many comments! Why you guys only come out when I screw up? Lol. Anyway, there, I fixed the typos. I’m ever so sorry,

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