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Tag Archives: Star-Wars

Stormtrooper Decanter Bottle and Shot Glass

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Look, there’s not much to say about this product, aside from pointing out the obvious: it’s freaking awesome. It’s a decanter bottle and shot glass set from The Fowndry; the bottle costs £22 (~$27) and the shot glass £12 (~$15, or two for £22, ~$27). They’re based on the design from industrial designer Andrew Ainsworth in 1976, for the original Star Wars film. They’ll make an amazing conversation piece no matter what liquid you pour into them, especially milk (see pic below). You should know the shot glass isn’t really a shot glass, more like a glass, period. That’s because it can hold 5 oz, which is only a shot if you’re a genuinely enthusiastic drinker.

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R2-D2 French Press Is The Only Press You Want

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We could make all kinds of Star Wars puns while introducing this product. But it’s too early in the morning, and we haven’t had enough coffee, let alone any coffee poured from the insides of something as awesome as this R2-D2 Coffee Press. So you’ll have to get by with our banal description and excerpted text:

Let R2 help you navigate your mornings more successfully with this Star Wars R2-D2 Coffee Press. He’s happy to help a human in need. Put your grounds and boiling water in his glass body, brew for a few minutes, plunge, and he’ll serve up 32 oz. of piping hot coffee. For folks playing along at home, that’s 4 cups, so even if your motivator is so bad that the Jawas put you back on the scrap heap, he can still get you going.

Not that there’d be much else to talk about, really. It’s a press, and it looks like R2-D2, and it’s totally awesome. It’s also priced just right at $40.

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This AT-AT Desk Organizer is the Best Organizer There Is

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Hot on the heels of our Star Wars Suits coverage, we want to direct your attention to this most awesome AT-AT Desk Organizer. It measures 10.6″ tall and is a 1/72 scale replica of the “real thing”. It’s full of compartments to store your various items, and even comes with its own companion Snow Speeder with a tow hook, letting you wrap your charging cable around its feet with ease. Its various joins are flexible, so you can pose him how you want. It doesn’t get much better than this, and at 9,720 yen (~$95 USD) available in December, we expect it to be a popular Christmas present.

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Opposuits Releases Star Wars Suits

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A little over a year ago we wrote about Opposuits’ PacMac Suits. We thought back then that these were the bee’s knees, but now that we’ve seen the company’s Star Wars suits, we have to reconsider. They come in two flavours called “Strong Force” and “Stormtrooper” and will definitely make… some kind of statement wherever you wear them. What’s even better is you’ll be able to own either one without breaking the bank, since they asking price is $110, with up to a 10% discount if you buy 10 of them at once.

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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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