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Darth Vader Toaster Force Brands your Bread

by Shane McGlaun
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Last year we talked a bit about a Darth Vader toaster that had turned up and burned the Vader helmet and Star Wars logo onto your bread. Another Darth Vader toaster has turned up and this one looks a little different. The latest has the toaster lever on the back rather than the side and only burns the Star Wars logo into your bread.

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The toaster has two slots and an adjustable thermostat. It also has reheat, defrost, and quick-stop functions. That defrost is perfect for toaster pastries, but we all know they will be eleventy-billion degrees right under the surface and frozen in the middle anyway. The Darth Vader toaster is available from ThinkGeek right now and you can pick it up for $49.99(USD).

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I heard they tried to make a Stormtrooper toaster, but it was unable to toast bread or hit anything with a laser blaster.

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