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Star Wars Lightsaber Bottle Opener

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on June 2nd, 2011

What better way to open a beer than by using the force. Or at least a lightsaber. Well, now you can do just that with this lightsaber bottle opener from Thinkgeek. It’s how all of the Jedis open their beverages.

This bottle opener is around 5.5 inches long and has been modeled on Luke’s Lightsaber from Return of the Jedi. It is also an officially licensed Star Wars product. That means that you are funding one of George Lucas’ many remixes of the films.

Star Wars Lightsaber Pens

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on September 26th, 2010

If you use pens a lot, instead of typing away at a keyboard, you should have something special to write with. If you are a geek, then this is it. Feel the power of the force flow through you as you sign important documents.

As the tone of your letter or document changes, switch from light to dark side colors. These lightsaber pens are available in green, red and blue and come in their own collectible tin. Only $19.99.

Lightsaber bottle opener

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on September 21st, 2010

When confronted with a beer bottle that doesn’t have a twist top, you can either use the force or use a bottle opener. With this bottle opener, you have the best of both worlds. It’s a lightsaber bottle opener that’s a replica of the one carried by Luke Skywalker in Return of the Jedi.

It’s made from stainless steel and is 5.5 inches long with a resin handle. It’s available for preorder at $17. May the force and the booze be with you, always.

Lightsaber wall lamps will geek up any room

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on July 26th, 2010

Look, we all love Lightsabers and we all need some light in our man-caves. This is the perfect geek way to light any room as if it were a Jedi temple. Each wall-mountable light measures 27-inches tall, and has LEDs inside the lightsaber blade which produce seven colorful effects.

Each light includes a remote control, because let’s face it, Jedi powers don’t come easy. They run on 5 AAA batteries, but since they use LEDs, they should last for a long time before they need changing.

Star Wars Lightsaber pens

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on June 15th, 2010

When writing a letter, you can use good penmanship or you can just trust in the force and leave it to this pen. These Star Wars Lightsaber pens come from a collaboration with Taito and they feature an LED inside that makes it look like a light saber.

These will be available in October for $9.80. They are writing instruments from a more civilized age, before the Sith exterminated all of the Jedi and forced everyone to use email instead.

Spyder III: The world’s most powerful laser/lightsaber

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on June 10th, 2010

Built with the blue-laser diode of a dismantled Casio Green Slim projector, the $200 Spyder III is the world’s most powerful portable laser. It can make you the most powerful Jedi ever. If it doesn’t permanently blind. It will set your skin, or anything else on fire almost instantly.

Yes, this is no laser toy. This thing can kill. The diodes in Casio’s new mercury-free Green Slim projectors apparently allow for unprecedentedly powerful portable lasers, and Wicked Lasers is more than happy to use them for the 1 Watt Spyder III. The blue Spyder III laser is 2000 times brighter to the human eye, compared to their $2000 Sonar and this one is only $200.

Lightsaber nightlight, what took so long?

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on April 7th, 2010

Most kids are afraid of the dark and regular nightlights don’t do much more than create scary shadows, giving them something more to be afraid of. But every kid knows that the ultimate defense against darkness is a lightsaber.

This remote-controlled, wall-mounted lightsaber light can change into seven different colors and can be adjusted using the remote from bed. How awesome is that? You are now protected by a real Jedi weapon. Monsters don’t stand a chance.

Darth Vader wants to stab your books

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on March 28th, 2010

Vader doesn’t like books. When faced with a shelf full of books, he’s been known to violently stab them with his lightsaber. If you feel the same way as I do about the Star Wars prequels, these bookends would be the perfect place for any prequel-related books and movies as they will be stabbed with a lightsaber and left on the shelf.

The light saber is illuminated from the inside, powered by batteries. It’s priced at $49.95 and worth every penny.

Updated Lightsaber iPhone app lets you duel via Bluetooth

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on March 18th, 2010

Apps really allow you to do just about anything. Even have a lightsaber duel. If you own an iPhone, you’ve probably already downloaded the lightsaber app, but now there’s a new lightsaber app coming next month.

It will allow you to have Bluetooth lightsaber duels and you can choose from 11 new Star Wars character’s lightsabers. Pretty neat. May the force and your iPhone be with you, always.

Lightsaber 1GB flash drives

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on February 25th, 2010

May the force, and your data be with you, always. These stubby 1GB lightsaber flash drives will light up when plugged in, but sadly you won’t hear any lightsaber sound effects. And they are too small to swing around the office and break stuff.

I’d call it more of a Force-dagger than a lightsaber. Maybe something that Jedis use to peel their vegetables. Only 1GB? It will leave you stunted in the Force and have you suffering from lightsaber envy.

Star Wars Lightsaber MP3 player

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on January 3rd, 2010

We all know by now that lightsabers make noises, fake noises from the mouths of nerds as they pretend to slice through enemies. Well, here’s a real lightsaber hilt that makes real noise. It plays your favorite music, which is probably from one of the movie’s soundtracks.

It’s available in two different versions and measures 3.14 inches. They also feature microSD card slots, but no display sadly. They will simply playback music directly from a card. The Star Wars Lightsaber MP3 Player is available for just under $24.

World Time Travel Alarm Clock or Lightsaber?

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on December 13th, 2009

World Time Travel Alarm Clock or Lightsaber?It must be hard for Jedis to find alarm clocks that match their lifestyle. Not anymore. Check out this alarm clock. The Pocket Size World Time Travel Alarm Clock not only looks like a lightsaber, but it also packs in a calendar, Timer, Temperature display and a 3 LED flashlight.

It will clip right on your Jedi belt and no one will even know. They’ll just think you have an extra lightsaber. Only $14.99. Using the force only gets you so far. A Jedi still needs to know the time.

Darth Vader lightsaber flashlight

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on July 18th, 2009

Darth Vader lightsaber flashlightThe lightsaber has taken many merchandising forms, but this one may be the most practical. This one is Vader’s flashlight stuffed with four bright LED bulbs and authentic sound effects. Sure it won’t slice anyone in half, but it will help you use the force to navigate through darkness.

It measures about 9.5 inches in length and is powered by 3 AAA batteries. So if a nerd gets lost in the dark, you’ll see them coming, swinging away and quoting the movies.

Officially licensed Star Wars lightsaber and blaster accessories for the Wii

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on June 26th, 2009

Officially licensed Star Wars lightsaber and blaster accessories for the WiiWe know that you like to get all nerdy with your Wii on occasion and swing around a lightsaber while your little dog looks on in his Princess Leia slave costume. Well, if you’re going to nerd out, you may as well do it with officially licensed Wii accessories.

We’ve seen our share of Wii lightsabers, but they just aren’t endorsed by Lucas’ money machine. This one is. This lightsaber glows, and Bensussen Deutsch & Associates have plans for a matching blaster too. The accessories don’t make room for MotionPlus, but so what. They’ll be shipping with Star Wars – The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes, a game that doesn’t support MotionPlus.

Lightsaber Nunchucks look pretty while they break your face

Posted in Weapons by Conner Flynn on December 26th, 2008

Lightsaber Nunchucks look pretty while they break your faceSome guy who couldn’t decide whether he wanted to be Obi-Wan Kenobi or Bruce Lee, finally opted for both and created these awesome Lightsaber Nunchucks. Sadly this bit of geek weaponry didn’t find us in time for Christmas, but you can make a pair have them all ready to go for next year.

At least your victim will be mesmerized by their glowing awesomeness before being knocked unconscious. Instead of seeing stars, they’ll hear rave music. You can check out a “how to” guide online and make your own.

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