Posted by D_Martin on October 3, 2013 at 03:30 PM CST


Star Wars Luke Skywalker Light-Up Lightsaber Chopsticks


A Kotobukiya Japanese import! “Chop Sabers” have returned for a fourth time by popular demand! After the amazing response to the first three series of Star Wars Lightsaber Chopsticks, Kotobukiya is proud to announce a new set that includes a special new feature. Along with a Darth Vader version is the new Luke Skywalker Light-Up Version! With a simple push of a button on the highly detailed lightsaber hilt (Jedi training not required) the “blade” glows bright blue so you’ll never have to eat in the dark. With detachable lightsaber blades and a larger, sturdier size (over 9 ˝ inches long) for easy and safe cleaning these chopsticks are fun for the whole family. Eating with these and the other new crimson Darth Vader light up chopsticks will make you never want to Use the Fork!


Available March 2014.

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