The Dark Side may be evil, but they make some pretty latte mugs. Now Darth Vader has his own version with his helmet rendered in gold under falling Imperial logos and hearts. Aww.
Is that life-sized R2-D2 fridge that rolls around and delivers drinks to rich for your blood? Well, the same company behind that product also makes a Darth Vader mask cooler. It costs $355, and it effectively chills one canned beverage at a time. Yup, just one.
It’s affordable and practical!
Seriously though, this Han Solo Mini Fridge is probably a better way to go.
Vader Cooler: (¥42,984 or $355.00)
(via Comic Book Resources)
Darth Vader is doing a little overtime I see. Gotta get those Death Stars done on schedule.
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Are you a Star Wars fan that’s keen on cooking? Then these Death Star / Millennium Falcon spatulas and Darth Vader Oven Glove would be a perfect addition to your nerdy kitchen.
Take a closer look at the Darth Vader Oven Glove and the Millennium Falcon Spatula after the break…
Remember when we talked about that Darth Vader toaster that toasts “Star Wars” on the side of the bread? Well, it’s finally available! Now when the Sith Lord stops by for breakfast you’ll know exactly what to serve him. Oh, by the way, you should probably skip serving him blue milk. Might remind him a bit too much of Tatooine, if you catch my drift.
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Now you can tilt back a cold one from the throat of Darth Vader, Boba Fett or R2-D2 with these Star Wars Signature Steins by Underground Toys.
Each stein is 9″ tall and can hold up to 22 ounces of any beverage. They’re made of high quality ceramic and feature a head-hinged lid with genuine pewter.
Head after the break to get a closer look.
This glass cutting board features an image of Darth Vader on a lovely damask background. It’s available in either 8″ x 11.5″ or 11.25″ x 15.5″ sizes in a whole range of colors to match your kitchen, but it really feels like we should only be able to buy this in black, don’t you think?
See more pictures after the break.
Do you remember that scene in The Empire Strikes back when the audience sees the back of Vader’s head when his helmet is being removed? Well, now you can recreate that scene with this awesome Darth Vader Helmet Cookie Jar. But instead of seeing a scarred, wrinkled old man noggin’ when you lift up the helmet, you’ll get to see some delicious cookies! Yeah, cookies are definitely a lot more pleasant.
Officially licensed by Lucasfilm, this highly detailed jar is perfect for holding a vast assortment of snacks for when you finally decide to give into the Dark Side in the middle of the night.
Pancake artist extraordinaire Nathan Shields has been featured on That’s Nerdalicious for everything from Star Wars to fractals to Halloween pancakes. His latest creations are these Darth Vader and Elsa stencils that were made with a combination of cocoa powder and powdered sugar. You can even download his stencils and make these yourself.
See Elsa and the video after the break.