There are now Funko collectibles of Wicket W Warrick, Leia dressed as she was in the Ewok village, Han Solo, Emperor Palpatine, and Lando Calrissian. The Electrocuted Darth Vader is definitely the coolest with his blue face. You need him and the Emperor for your collection.
The collection will ship starting this February, and can be pre-ordered at Entertainment Earth.
South Korean LEGO Certified Professional Wani Kim has recreated the Death Star Trench Run scene from Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope with his team, Olive Seon and it is a thing of beauty. This is a true LEGO masterpiece.
It’s pretty huge at 8.79 ft. long by 4.49 ft. deep and stands 3.60 ft. tall. It features some amazing detail. It even has explosions and sparks on Luke’s X-Wing and the Y-Wing from Lord Vader’s pursuit in his TIE Advanced along with another pair of TIE Fighters. This is version 3.0 of Kim’s diorama, and is the biggest version. The other two versions were built to be store installations so their size had to be kept smaller.
The entire thing lights up too thanks to a power supply, and many, many LEDs. An Arduino board coordinates the various lighting effects to recreate the scenes from the movie. How many thousands of dollars would this cost as an off-the-shelf LEGO set?
If there’s a Star Wars fanatic in your life, we have the perfect gift for them. These Star Wars Propel drones let you fly miniature representations of classic Star Wars vehicles, There’s the T-65 X-Wing fighter, an Advanced X1 TIE fighter, and a 74-Z speeder bike, all ready to take flight.
The drones fly fast, and can even do cool tricks and stunts with the push of a button. Each one has an infrared laser beam and sensor built in, so you can battle with your friends. They also play sounds and music from the movies. Using the companion app, pilots can brush up on their skills by going on virtual training missions.
These nifty Star Wars drones originally sold for $149.95, and now you can grab one for just $49.99 in the Technabob Shop. Buy one, or buy all three for about the same price as a single one used to cost.
Wanna geek up your keyboard and brush up on your intergalactic languages at the same time? For those not in the know, Aurebesh is the lettering that you see all over the Star Wars movies. Well, we have some cool news. You can now get this official Aurebesh keycap set to keek up your keyboard. It makes your keyboard look cool and as an added bonus, other non-geeks can’t use your keyboard, because they will have no idea which letter is which.
The Star Wars Galactic Empire DSA Keycap Set features PBT dye-sublimated keycaps. It’s a 157-key set that includes ‘8 unique novelty keycaps to show your allegiance to the Empire. You can get it in two versions: pure Aurebesh, or Aurebesh with small English sub legends in the upper right corner of each key so you have some clue what you’re typing.
They’re available for pre-order and will ship around March or April. Each set will cost you a cool $250. That’s pretty expensive for a bunch of keycaps, but what can you do? They appear to have cornered the market on nerd language accessories. If you want your keyboard to look authentically Star Wars, you have to play ball.
That’s no moon! Sorry, we are obligated by international Star Wars law to say that every time we post about the Death Star. Rules are rules. But there’s no rules when it comes to kitchen gadgets and there’s no reason why you wouldn’t want a Death Star Cutting Board to use instead of a regular boring plain cutting board (or maybe you live like a caveman and have no cutting board? how do you do it?)
This galactic planet-sized superweapon inspired cutting board is made of a hygienic glass surface that is odor and stain resistant. It protects your countertops from scratches and Rebel attacks (hopefully it’s better at the former, if you know what we’re saying). A non-slip rubber base keeps it in place. Use it as a trivet too. Measures approximately 12″ across. Fully operational.
Do or do not buy this Yoda Glitter Globe. There is no try. Your holidays are just not complete until you decorate with some cool Star Wars merch, like this Jedi Master Yoda Musical Glitter Globe With Lights.
This fancy-schmancy snow, I mean glitter globe is available from The Bradford Exchange for $99.99. Yoda is bathed in blue light inside the sphere, and his famous quote is printed on the base with a soft yellow glow. This is the Jedi master of your collection. Display him proudly. He is wise and glowing like a force ghost.
It also plays music, but we don’t know what tune(s) exactly. It could be the theme from The Empire Strikes Back or it could be Micheal Jackson’s Thriller, heck, it could even be the theme from Shaft. We have no idea since they don’t say. But probably it’s something from Star Wars. Call it a hunch.
Hopefully, it can teach you to be a Jedi like your father before you, but it probably just sits on your shelf looking neat, and reminding you that you are not a Jedi. Yoda can’t teach you anything while trapped in that globe.
When you have small kids it’s harder to get around, which is why strollers were invented. And when you have small kids and you are a geek… you need an appropriately geeky stroller. Fantasy Strollers is a stroller rental company based in Orlando, Florida. They offer Millennium Falcon and Cinderella carriage strollers so you can push your kids around Disney parks in style.
Both versions can carry two small children and they even have lighting effects. The Falcon model even has an interior light choice of red or blue for dark-sided or light-sided occupants. It’s never too early to start your kid on the road to being a Star Wars nerd after all.
That Millenium Falcon stroller also has a control panel, fans, and sound effects. No hyperdrive, though. There’s a new model of the carriage stroller being released in January, 2019 that will have seats that convert into a bed too. Nice. Just more weight for parents to push around.
Like most things at Disney’s theme parks, renting these strollers isn’t exactly cheap. It costs $130 to use one for 8 hours, then $20 for every additional hour. Kids today have so many cool things. Where’s the Millennium Falcon for adults to be pushed around in?
Most of us already can’t afford to go to Disney’s parks and now the cost just went up because your kid will have to take a ride in one of these.
Take your home from the Dark Side to the squeaky clean light side of the Force with the Darth Vader and Stormtrooper Samsung Powerbot Robotic Vacuums. Unlike real Stormtroopers, this vacuum never misses- any dirt- thanks to advanced mapping software and a full view sensor. You can schedule cleanings and check on it’s progress via the app.
These limited edition Roomba competitors have special Star Wars sound effects (like lightsabers and Darth Vader breathing) that activate when you give it various commands via the remote control. These vacuums integrate using WiFi with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and with more advanced controls via your smartphone and Samsung SmartThings. But best of all, they just look really cool.
Growing up, my favorite Star Wars characters were Luke Skywalker and R2-D2. In addition to being incredibly versatile, R2 seemed to have more to say with all his beeps and boops than the other characters that had actual words to say. Fans of R2-D2 and his astromech droid pals will want to check out this sweet Star Wars The Black Series Astromech Droids action figure boxed set.
The set includes six droids from different Star Wars films and shows. The each measure 3-3/4″ tall, and they come packed in a 16-inch tall R2-D2-shaped box.
The droid action figures include Jabba’s bartender droid, R7-F5, QT-KT, R7-D4, R2-C2, each from The Clone Wars, and R2-A5, another white and green robot that was in the original 1977 film. Both Jabba’s bartender and R2-C2 include a tiny set of drink glasses and a drink dispenser.
Best of all, this Entertainment Earth exclusive set can be had for just $25.99 in mint condition. That’s a 68% savings off the original price.
It’s safe to say not many people look forward to vacuuming. So why not get a robot to do the work for you? The Samsung POWERbot Star Wars Robot Vacuum can intelligently avoid obstacles while cleaning every nook and cranny in your home. It’s also Star Wars-themed, meaning this nifty device uses the Force to tidy up your home.
You’ll even hear Star Wars sound effects this powerful Stormtrooper vacuum goes about its business cleaning your home. The vacuum also features the ability to automatically adjust its suction power depending on the surface it’s cleaning, and it can effortlessly reach dust in even the tightest corners thanks to the bristle brush and drop-down shutter. Plus, its mapping technology can memorize the layout of your home.
Originally priced at $699, you can enjoy a special price drop in the Technabob Shop, where you can get the Samsung POWERbot Star Wars Robot Vacuum for only $349.99.