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These Lightsaber Lamps Illuminate The Dark Side of the Floors

by Shane McGlaun
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Fans of the Dark Side will definitely want to check out these awesome new floor lamps that will help light your Star Wars themed room in style. The lamps look like lightsabers just standing there. One is fashioned after Kylo Ren’s crossbar saber and the other is the classic Darth Vader saber.

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Both of the lamps include a remote control that allows you to control the brightness from across the room. The Vader lamp has one strip of red LEDs while the Kylo has three LEDs. That should mean more light from the Kylo lamp.

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The lamps stand an impressive 68″ tall and have a 14″ base with a 74″ long cord. The remote can turn the lamps on and off in addition to controlling brightness. Each one is available for $159.99 over at ThinkGeek.

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Whatever you do, don’t pick these up and start slashing things with them.

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