151

LED Lightsaber Chopsticks

By: on July 25, 2012
$69
Check It Out

Father-son lightsaber battles over Kung Pao chicken are about to get the LED treatment. Original lightsaber chopstick fabricator Kotobukiya continues its journey through their Galactic Republic of Replica Awesomeness with light-up versions of the Star Wars defenders, burning bright in Darth Vader red or Luke Skywalker blue. Currently en route on the Millennium Falcon, and bound for an undisclosed distribution warehouse on Earth, the LED chopsticks should be available in November 2012 to Jedis who have proven themselves worthy by forking over $22.90. (Hmmm, I see even those fighting hard to protect the galaxies from evil know better than to miss the holiday gift-giving season.) Vendor NCSX will accept preorders at present, and ship glowing utensil sets when they become available.

Buy Now

The Nessie Family Kitchen Utensils

$33 from Amazon »

The whole fam Nessie damily would like to take a swim in your kitchen brews and stews. Papa the colander spoon in your cooked pasta. Mama the ladle in your tomato soup and passion fruit punch. And Baby Nessie in your...

Check it out

Custom Made Lightsabers

$129.99 - $499 from Etsy »

Be advised: Although Phillip Isherwood's custom crafted lightsabers blaze LED spectral force fields of green, red, or blue and arrive with 36" long polycarbonate blades designed for full speed, full contact dueling, he...

Check it out

Decimator Staff Lightsaber

Discontinued

I wish Saberforge would stop churning out new custom designs faster than I can squirrel away enough money from helping old ladies with groceries and skimming off the top of the church collection basket to buy them all....

Check it out

The Darth Knight

$1,500 from Ebay »

You love Batman, but you're a loyal Star Wars fanboy. Halloween is coming up and you have a difficult decision to make. Can you betray Darth Vader for your new crush on the Dark Knight? Good news. You won't have to. Mash...

Check it out

Geeky Sex Toys (NSFW)

$25 - $199 from Etsy »

Now that Pokemon have made you Go, Geeky Sex Toys thinks it's time you catch some that will make you Come. Yep, the enterprising Australian adult shop went there, and now has a (limited edition) set of Pokemoan dildos...

Check it out

The Lasersaber

$99.95 from WickedLasers.com »

With both Comic-Con 2012 and Dude's S3 Arctic Laser Giveaway in full swing, how could we not bring you this feast of power, this champion of Cosplay, this intergalactic harness of pure Storm Blue or Ghostbusters Green...

Check it out

Darth Vader Engagement Ring

$390 - $2,995 from Sapphire Studios »

Marry me and come to the Dark Side! Come on, ladies, even in you're not into Darth Vader or Star Wars, you gotta indulge any man who presents you with a Vader helmet engagement ring. If for no other reason than the license...

Check it out

Makashi Renegade Lightsaber

Discontinued

You've seen lightsabers and you've seen lightsabers. Saberworks' Makashi Renegade definitely falls into the second category. Currently in 3D printed prototype form, the saber endeavors to turn out a successful Kickstarter...

Check it out

DIY Modular Lightsabers

$150 - $350 from Saber Forge »

You've seen Saber Forge's custom made lightsabers around here before. But now the company is taking to Kickstarter to give you the opportunity to do the custom making yourself. Their Adaptive Saber

Buy Now

Chef'n Cob Corn Stripper

$7.84 from Amazon »

This Cob Corn Stripper (not to be confused with a lady in a cornfield on a Hitch 'Er Up Stripper Pole) better work damn good, and without making a mess, because despite my rant last week about breaking up ground beef...

Check it out

Indestructible Foam LED Lightsabers

$172 - $383 from Calimacil »

The secret to surviving a lightsaber duel? Use the Force. Orrr...use a foam lightsaber. I know. It sounds chintzy and fake and generally lame. But Calimacil, purveyor of fine foam weapons for LARPing, swears their new...

Buy Now

Darth Vader Chair

$66.21 from Amazon »

Awww, man. The Darth Vader chair is exactly what I've been looking for to replace my busted Xbox lounger (note: some chairs are not meant to be used as trampolines when you get excited during CS. RIP my faux leather friend.)...