‘Star Wars’ Lightsaber Flatware Brings The Force To Dinner
December 1, 2015 - bbq set
Have we ever sat down to cooking and stared during your flatware, wishing it weren’t so boring? If so, ThinkGeek has only a resolution to make mealtime a lot some-more interesting, during slightest if you’re a Star Wars fan.
The association recently introduced a Star Wars lightsaber flatware collection, featuring a fork, ladle and knife, giving we all we need to puncture into this month’s holiday meals.
“Make each dish a small bit some-more some-more courteous with this set of 3 utensils featuring lightsaber handles,” writes ThinkGeek on a website. “The flare facilities Luke’s lightsaber hilt, a ladle facilities Yoda’s, and a blade facilities Vader’s.”
The site also wrote that it didn’t deliberately associate lightsaber hilts with sole characters, yet those informed to a Star Wars star substantially still consider a blade best suits Darth Vader. However, greatfully note that these utensils do not light adult and aren’t genuine lightsabers. Don’t worry, though, since we unequivocally can eat with this fork, ladle and knife: that partial of a mechanism is immaculate steel. However, you’ll have to rinse a flatware by palm when you’re finished since they’re not dishwasher-friendly.
The Star Wars lightsaber flatware retails for $15, definition that a full set for a four-person family runs around $60.
If you’re looking for a ideal place setting, compare a flatware with these Star Wars plates, making we all set for a holidays, or rather, some-more importantly, a premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
The flatware set is a ThinkGeek exclusive, so we won’t find it anywhere else. The association also offers a set of lightsaber chopsticks that light up, creation your time with sushi a totally new experience. Those come in dual varieties: Luke and Vader.
Don’t worry, though, since breakfast has also met a Dark Side with a Death Star waffle maker. Because, apparently, waffles are evil. Of course, we won’t get your hands on that waffle builder until after a holidays: ThinkGeek sole out of those quickly, and new batch won’t arrive until February, 2016.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens in theaters on Dec 18.