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Give in to The Dark Side with The Emperor’s Throne Armchair

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If you are more aligned with the Dark Side than the Light Side of the force, I just found your new office chair. Just sit your butt on the Emperor’s Throne Armchair and you can watch space battle from your throne room, with your withered face and evil smile.

This is a great replica of the Emperor’s throne from Return of the Jedi. Be comfortable as you watch father and son fight with lightsabers as you egg them on and laugh. You can live out all of your Dark Side fantasies. Hopefully, it won’t all end with you being thrown down an endless shaft, which is actually a very bad design flaw for a throne room. What’s up with Imperial engineering always leaving fatal flaws in their stuff? I guess they have more than one saboteur among their ranks.

If you are any kind of evil at all, this is the chair for you. It’s available now from Regal Robot’s Custom Studio. It swivels, has a polished chrome base and two-tone faux leather in black and purple. It will cost you $1,499, a mere pittance for an evil Emperor such as yourself, right?

Sit back in this chair and rule the galaxy in comfort and style. Do you feel a disturbance in the force? That’s just your wallet crying out in agony.

[via Scifidesign]



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