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Lightsaber screwdrivers make DIY projects a little more fun

Lightsaber screwdrivers make DIY projects a little more fun

If you’ve been a Star Wars fan for a long while, you probably had a lightsaber toy of some sort as a kid, even if it was just a fancy stick you painted neon green. If you feel that such toy ownership as an adult would be too awkward, ThinkGeek has a grown-up alternative: a trio of screwdrivers with lightsaber hilts. Officially dubbed the Star Wars Lightsaber Tool Kit, the trio feature handles from Luke’s, Vader’s, and Yoda’s lightsabers.

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Pip-Boy: Deluxe Bluetooth Edition is fit for the apocalypse

Pip-Boy: Deluxe Bluetooth Edition is fit for the apocalypse

Gamers who have played Fallout 4 or any of the other games in the franchise will recognize what this is right away. It's the Pip-Boy Model 3000 Mk IV that the player wears in the game. It's a perfect replica and while it's worth noting that the one in the photos is a prototype, ThinkGeek promises it will look exactly like it does now when the final version lands. The device doesn't work with the video game, which is sad.

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R2-D2 lawn ornament is a droid for your flower bed

R2-D2 lawn ornament is a droid for your flower bed

The snow is gone, the flowers have bloomed, and your lawn is probably looking pretty open and bare right about now. What better way to fill the void than with a tasteful monochromatic R2-D2 lawn ornament? ThinkGeek has a new one in its catalog, joining the seemingly endless array of other R2-D2 and Star Wars products. Though it is made of resin, the lawn ornament appears to be crafted from concrete.

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Star Wars Original Trilogy light box illuminates your favorite posters

Star Wars Original Trilogy light box illuminates your favorite posters

Posters are great, but hanging them on your wall is a tad boring. Enter light boxes and their simple, welcomed ability to light up your favorite posters. If you’ve been putting off getting one, now’s the time — ThinkGeek has a light box for original trilogy Star Wars posters, making it easy to both showcase and toggle between the three posters.

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Let’s See: ThinkGeek April Fools 2016 round-up

Let’s See: ThinkGeek April Fools 2016 round-up

If there's a battle for best brand each year on this day, April Fools Day, ThinkGeek is certainly in the running for emperor. This year we've got a handle on their entire collection, starting with the couple of products you see here in the header image. That's a very tiny hand of Magic: The Gathering cards - a Travel Edition. Behind it, you'll find a White Noise Machine along the lines of Star Trek. You might see where we're going with this one already.

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Valentines Day Gift Guide for Geeks and Nerds 2016

Valentines Day Gift Guide for Geeks and Nerds 2016

The following Valentine's Day gift guide is androgynous and prepared for the nerd in your life. Whether you're in love or just obligated to gift don't want the recipient to get the wrong idea, here you go. This list is for you. It's relatively brief, and everything on the list is 100% full of guilt-free joy. You and yours can partake and feel good about a world full of science fiction and happiness.

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Mega Man helmet is wearable, features LED lights

Mega Man helmet is wearable, features LED lights

Mega Man helmets — there’s no shortage of them unless you’re looking for one big enough to wear on your own head, in which case your options dwindle to almost nothing. Enter ThinkGeek's latest creation, the human-sized and totally wearable Mega Man helmet. With this, fans get a lightweight wearable option with a side dose of flashy effects thanks to some embedded LEDs and a couple batteries.

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Last-minute Gift Guide for the everyday Star Wars fan

Last-minute Gift Guide for the everyday Star Wars fan

Today we've got a tree-full of Star Wars gift ideas for the absolute last minute - that's right now - before the end of the holiday season. This guide doubles as a "everything you missed" guide for the Star Wars fan. Oddities and stuff you never knew you needed. Electronics, Star Wars takes on essentials, and a selfie stick. And action figures. Don't you EVER forget action figures when it comes to Star Wars merchandise.

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Technomancer hoodie uses LEDs to illuminate your spells

Technomancer hoodie uses LEDs to illuminate your spells

Feel like channeling your inner wizard? ThinkGeek has a new hoodie that’s right up your alley featuring a slew of hidden colorful LEDs that light up to illuminate your spells. The spells, in this case, are different movements you make while wearing the hoodie that trigger different types of colors and color patterns. The fire ‘spell’, for example, casts a red light from inside the hood and sleeves, while ‘restore health’ is a cool purple color.

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‘Use the fork, Luke’ with these Star Wars eating utensils

‘Use the fork, Luke’ with these Star Wars eating utensils

Sure, you can claim you're all about Star Wars whether you're working, playing, sleeping, or even decorating your Christmas tree, but what about when you're eating? Now there's a way for you to channel the Force when having a plate of leftover turkey and mashed potatoes, thanks to official Star Wars flatware from ThinkGeek. Complete with lightsaber hilt designs, a set includes a fork, knife, and spoon.

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Death Star and Borg Cube shine as paper lanterns

Death Star and Borg Cube shine as paper lanterns

Prefer your displays of fandom to be a touch more subtle than tea kettles and giant rugs? Enter a pair of new paper lanterns styled after Star Trek’s Borg Cube and Star Wars’ Death Star. Both look, at first glance, like ordinary paper lanterns in spherical and cube shapes. Take a closer look, though, and you’ll see the designs printed across their fragile, thin paper shells.

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Star Wars mugs change design when hot

Star Wars mugs change design when hot

It's getting cold out, at least for those in the north/east, and that means hot beverages. Sure, you could swing by Starbucks for a hot apple cider or some coffee, but paper cups are boring, and life is too short for that. Enter the temptation to bring your own mug, a temptation amplified by the new beauties ThinkGeek has rolled out. The couple of new Star Wars mugs change their design when filled with hot liquids.

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