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Star Wars Lamp

Star Wars Lamp

GBP 21.27


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  • Description

    Why restrict yourself to being in outer space in order to feel the force when you can get to grips with it on your desktop? Direct from a galaxy far far away comes the Star Wars USB Lightsabre Lamp. This mini Jedi weapon of choice plugs into your USB port and lights up to become possibly the coolest desk lamp since the discovery of electricity. Not only can you get in touch with the force (as long as you're a Jedi), but once charged, you can remove this wicked wand from its base and have your very own mini-me glowing lightsabre. It's the perfect present for any Star Wars devotee who may have slipped over to the Dark Side and is in need of enlightenment, and don't forget that a good present can make up for a bad past.

    • A desktop USB lamp styled like a lightsabre.
    • When it is plugged-in the lightsabre will charge-up.
    • Press the bronze button on the lightsabre's hilt to activate the light.
    • The lightsabre can be removed from its USB powered dock and used as a mini Star Wars toy.
    • The light emitted is a subtle one in full daylight but pop it in the dark and it looks totally awesome.
    • Requires a USB port.
    • Suitable for ages 8 years+.
    • Size: 33 x 6cm.
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Star Wars Lightsabre Lamp

I bought this for my 5 year old boy. He was not interested to start off with, but got more excited when I switched it on in the dark. His eyes glittered when he waved his 'light saber' about in total darkness. I have to say it probably would not keep older children engaged for too long.

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