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Millenium Falcon and Lightsaber Bottle Openers: Use a Little Force to Open a Beer

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When you have a pizza party, you might like to whip out your Starship Enterprise pizza wheel, but when you want to serve some cold brew along with, you need a cool bottle opener too. Han and Chewie recommend the Millenium Falcon for opening bottles at light speed.

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This Millenium Falcon bottle opener is just the right thing for popping open your bottles, and for evading stormtroopers and TIE fighters while you’re at it. If blue milk came in bottles, this would definitely be the right thing to open it with – but it’ll have to do for beer and soda bottles for now. It even has a magnet on the bottom of it so you can stick it to the side of your fridge the same way Han landed it on the side of that Star Destroyer.

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If you prefer to carry a weapon instead of a spacecraft, you can always go with this Lightsaber bottle opener. If one was good enough for Anakin to open up some younglings with, it’s good enough for your Bud Light. Though this one is based on Luke’s saber, not Anakin’s though.

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On the plus side, it actually makes that lightsaber “swooooosh!!” startup sound when you pop the top. See?..

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Both the Millenium Falcon and the Lightsaber bottle openers are available for pre-order over at Forbidden Planet now for £11.99 (~$19 USD), and they ship this Summer.

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