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These Star Wars tumblers and water bottles are as functional as they are fun. The water bottles look like lightsaber hilts while the tumblers are made to look like R2-D2, C-3PO, or a Stormtrooper.

Check out the lightsaber water bottles after the break.

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Being a dad and a full-time inter-galactic bounty hunter is tough work. First you’re taking down rebel scum all morning, and then you’re heading off to a soccer game in the afternoon–there’s always just so much to do.

This Boba Fett Apron and Tong set would be a great gift for any nerdy dad. The tongs are perfect for grilling wampa, and he can use the apron to protect his armor from stains (unfortunately, the apron does not protect against laser burns).

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Do I really need to tell you why I love this Star Wars Stormtrooper Helmet can hugger? How often do I get to say things like “Let a Buckethead hold your beer”?

A warning to the guys: be careful when you use it because I have no idea if bad aim is a side effect. You know, because beer makes you pee.

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Last month, I wrote about the new Star Wars cereal and I think my excitement showed through because General Mills was kind enough to send me a sample.

Check out my review after the break…

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This fantastic series of images created by photographer Nicolas Knepper is called Hollyfood. Each pays tribute to a film or television show like Breaking Bad, Lord of the Rings, and Kill Bill by staging human figures with real food.

See more examples after the break.

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A Han Solo in carbonite fridge is cool, but not as cool as an R2-D2 fridge that rolls right over to deliver your drinks. It was designed by Haeir Asia’s Aqua brand and will be available for sale next year.

It’s the exact same size as R2-D2 and is detailed with lights and sounds. R2 holds about a dozen cans that he will happily deliver to you via remote control on whatever sail barge you happen to be lounging on at the time. No idea how much this will cost, but you can bet it’ll be pricey (but totally worth every penny).

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If carbonite is good enough to freeze Han Solo, than it has to be good enough to keep your drinks cold. This Star Wars Han Solo mini fridge is actually quite large given the fact that it can hold 18 cans of soda. It can also switch between settings to warm or cool food. If that wasn’t enough, it even has red LED lighting. There are two removable shelves and a top handle for easy carrying.

See the LED action after the break.

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R2-D2 is now a little teapot, short and stout, and he’s ready to pour a nice cup of tea just for you. I only wish it whistled with a “beep boop”.

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At first I thought I stumbled upon an awesome Batman night light, until I realized it was an even awesomer Batman cake topper! Each acrylic topper can be personalized and has an LED light (which can be turned on or off) and includes batteries. Seriously, who includes batteries anymore?

AcryLEDdesigns does and they have several nerdy themes to choose from including Frozen, Star Wars, Hello Kitty, Beauty and the Beast, and a rad looking pirate ship. You can also choose between a blue or green LED light and the display parts make for super easy assembly.

Check out all the designs after the break.

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Need a good landspeeder to navigate the treacherous deserts of Tatooine? Well, the X-34 is a solid choice, but I wouldn’t go with the version pictured above–mostly because it’s actually a cake.

Made by Les Gâteaux de Gilles, this particular cake features a stunning amount of detail.

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