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Tag Archives: Star-Wars

His and Hers: Star Wars Han and Leia Hand Towels

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There’s nothing like love that transcends borders. Kind of like the one Princess Leia and Han Solo share. Back in 2005, Lucas confirmed that Leia and Han did, indeed, live happily ever after. That’s something everyone already assumed, but still, it was nice to get confirmation. Now you can be reminded of that fact every day with these Han and Leia Hand Towels that’ll add a little extra something in your bathroom.

These soft towels have silhouettes of Leia and Han on one side and the Rebel Alliance insignia on the other side. It isn’t complete without the Star Wars logo, so you’ll find that in the corner. You’ve always said it with roses; why not declare your love with towels this year?

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May The Force Be With Every Recharge: Star Wars Lightsaber Power Bank

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Bored with the usual crop of power banks that are available in the market? If you’re a huge fan of Star Wars and are looking for something other than the usual rectangular power banks, then you might want to check the Star Wars Darth Vader Lightsaber Battery Charger. It essentially looks like the handle of a lightsaber, with the microUSB ports located at its base.

Since it is a lightsaber charger, it also has LED light that glows red with the flick of a switch. So you can, you know, play pretend once in a while when you’re bored and when you need to recharge the power bank or charge up any of your devices.

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Han Solo Frozen In Carbonite Door Decal

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You can’t help but be amazed at the longevity that the Star Wars franchise has, especially in the merchandise department. Granted, it’s partly because of people like us who constantly go on about all the things you can buy and who keep the brand alive, but we only do it because it still resonates with our readers. Take the above Han Solo Frozen in Carbonite Door Decal for example. It’s a life-size $140 sticker that you place on your door. And we bet some of you are going to think “hey, that’s pretty cool!” Matter of fact, we don’t even hate it; we’re just impressed that 36 years after the first film came out people are still buying this stuff. Whether that’s a testament to how good the movies were or about how effective a marketing effort the folks at ILS (or whoever is behind this movement) are making, we’re not going to speculate. All we can do is tell you a bit more about this sticker and move on: it’s repositionable, and is finished in matte but you can ask for it to be done glossy.

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This Is The Cup Holder Charger You’ve Been Looking For

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Is it even possible to write about R2-D2 without making that reference? We suppose amongst more talented writers it is, but that’s the kind of quality content you get here at OhGizmo! In any case, you’re looking at a USB-charger that sits in your car’s upholder. It plugs itself into the cigarette lighter and then provides electricity to whatever gadgets of yours recharge through USB. Its arms are adjustable, which allow it to fit in almost any size holder. There are two ports, and what appears to be an LED, for good measure. It’s $50, which is only a lot of money if you hate Star Wars.

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Death Star Wall Tiles Could Liven Up Your Home

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You’re looking at a set of 12″ by 12″ custom made ceramic tiles depicting various Star Wars/Death Star sceneries. If you were to cover an entire wall with them, you’d end up with an intricate landscape oddly reminiscent of the one you saw on the Empire’s planet-eating creation. There are 14 different ones, each 3 to 4 inches deep. The set was created for a client that was looking to create a fancy home theatre, which means they probably cost quite a bit. We’re just not sure how much. The company, Tom Spina Designs, doesn’t list prices, but they do seem open to making a custom decor for interested parties, so they might be willing to make more of these.

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Boba Fett Rings

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These Boba Fett themed rings are about as awesome as Star Wars inspired jewelry gets, at least in our book. Whether you’re a fan yourself or you know someone that would go nuts being gifted one of these, they make a great purchase. Granted it’s not cheap with prices starting at $280 for the silver versions, but this is a very unique looking piece of finger adornment. And of course you can get them in gold of various degrees of purity, for increasingly eye watering sums of money.

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The Perfect Heart Pendant For Star Wars Loving Lovers

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Aw, that’s cute. And it’s geeky. That’s all you need to convince us to give these guys a shout out. Made to order from polymer clay, the R2D2 and C3PO Inspired Best Friends Necklace Set costs $33 and can take a couple weeks to make, plus a few more to deliver. Make sure you place your order early if you need it for something special, though rush orders and deliveries are available upon request.

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Someone Kickstart This: Han Solo Frozen In Carbonite Fridge

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No… no, you can’t buy this fridge. It doesn’t even exist. It seems to be a photoshop entry from “Hanasonic” for a photoshop contest on B3ta, where the one word theme was “fridges”. We’re not sure who/what the q4nobody watermark on the image is, but in the end we’re not very motivated to dig into it because well, it’s not that important to us. What matters is that this image has gone viral, and that we’re now really motivated to buy this exact fridge and are frustrated by the fact that we can’t. Maybe someone with more ambition, resources, and time than us can kickstart this? There’s a ready and willing market for it…

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Looking For Stuff To 3D Print? How About A Death Star Birdhouse?

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MakerBot (behind the Replicator 2 3D printer) is running a birdhouse design competition, where the first price is an EggBot kit. This, by the way, is a cool machine that paints on small spherical-ish objects, such as eggs. In any case, the competition runs until July 16th, and there are already a few cool entries, such as the above Death Star birdhouse. The files are available on the Thingiverse, so if you own a Replicator or Replicator 2, and are a geek, and like Star Wars, and like birds… well, then, get to printing.

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