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Your collection of Star Wars memorabilia might be able to fill every spice mine in Kessel, or it might be barely Ewok-sized. Regardless, these Star Wars 3D Mega Lamps will make a bold addition to any room.
Created with the precision of Yoda wielding a lightsaber (we're talking about the flipping and jumping prequel Jackie Chan Yoda, not the Yoda who's old and gassy), each lamp is etched into a slice of transparent acrylic that creates a 3D wireframe illusion. The lamps then light up using custom LEDs, and can shine for up to 50,000 hours, which is about 8,000 full playthroughs of the Original Trilogy. What, you don't measure time in Star Warses? Jock.
You can choose from seven iconic ships, helmets, and droids, including the Millennium Falcon, the Death Star, a TIE Fighter, Darth Vader, one of his Stormtroopers, R2D2, and the delightful newcomer BB-8. They also light up in red, blue, or green, allowing you to finally throw the Holiday/Star Wars party your family deserves. And your family DOES deserve a Star Wars party. Remember the time you did Secret Santa? This won't make up for that, but it will be something.
Use one to brighten up your desk at work, or as a beacon to signal fellow Star Wars nerds that they are not alone in the Galaxy. Each of these Star Wars 3D Mega Lamps usually costs $99, but you can pick one up from the Cracked shop for $39.99 for a limited time -- a 59 percent discount. May the Force be with you, and also with this lamp.
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