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Darth Maul Lightsaber Wall Sconce: Dual-Bladed Photon Fury

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The Dark Side’s take on geeky products has come just in time for the 3D release of The Phantom Menace. The Darth Maul Lightsaber Room Light is a dual-bladed device that will light up any room in your home! It can be mounted either vertically or horizontally, and gives off an eerie red Dark Side glow.

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The Darth Maul Lightsaber Room Light works by means of LEDs, and makes Jedi quake in its presence. FEAR ME AND MY PHOTONS, JEDI. Plus, if you leave it on for a really really really long time, you might just be able to use it like a real lightsaber! You also might be able to accidentally burn down your house while playing with a collector’s lamp. Whoops.

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It sells for $40 (USD), and is available from Barnes and Noble, that place that sells books (and Nooks.) “Why do they have a giant Star Wars lamp?” They probably figured out that nobody likes reading anymore. Let’s be honest – if you’re reading this sentence, you’re one of the few. Everybody else just looks at the pictures, clicks the Tweet button, and moves on to the next post with pretty lights in it.

If you’re looking for more geeky Star Wars light sources, you should hop on over to the Star Wars Lightsaber Lighted Sneakers and the Light Up Star Wars Poker Set.


Contributor Jack Kieffer owns Cool Gizmo Toys, a blog that rants about random geeky products.



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