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C-3PO Bespin Backpack is So Awesome It Hurts

by Shane McGlaun
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Nothing says geek like Star Wars collectibles, and if you are really geeky, you need something you can wear that shouts Star Wars geek to the masses. ThinkGeek has a backpack that will most definitely get the job done when it comes time to step out of the geek closet. The backpack is called the C-3PO Bespin Backpack.

The backpack is modeled after the one Chewy wore when 3PO was ripped limb from robotic limb in the Empire Strikes Back. The backpack measures 22″ H x 13″ W x 8″ D and has the golden droid crammed inside with his limbs torn off.

A zippered pouch on C-3PO measures 11″ x 8″ x 2.5″ and can hold things like your action figures or an iPad. The coolest part is that the limbs can be attached to the droid body with Velcro-style fasteners to build C-3PO and when assembled he is 40″ H x 17″ W x 8″ D. You can order yours for $59.99(USD) over at ThinkGeek.

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