Posted by D_Martin on October 3, 2013 at 04:14 PM CST


Star Wars Darth Vader Light-Up Lightsaber Chopsticks


A Kotobukiya Japanese import! The “Chop Sabers” are back and better than ever! Kotobukiya brings a new twist to the popular line of lightsaber chopsticks with all new versions that include a little something extra starting with Darth Vader Light-Up Version! You read that right; these Darth Vader chopsticks illuminate with a bright red light. Light up your chopsticks with a simple press of a button, no force powers required. The Darth Vader chopsticks illuminate with a bright red light, and with these lightsabers you won’t want to Use the Fork! Fully retooled with a new lighting system, these chopsticks also feature detachable blades in a larger, sturdier size (over 9 ˝ inches long) for easy and safe cleaning. Fun to use on their own, these chopsticks are even better when used along with the Kotobukiya Star Wars themed Silicone Ice Trays for a full Star Wars dining experience.

Available March 2014.

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