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ThinkGeek Announces Release of Exclusive STAR WARS Products

ThinkGeek is proud to announce the release of four new additions to its exclusive STAR WARS product line. Building on its successful licensing relationship with Lucasfilm(TM), ThinkGeek is delighted to bring fans Star Wars Breakfast Beverages, Han Solo Chocolate Bar, Lightsaber Candlestick, and Death Star Attack T-Shirt this holiday season.
"Star Wars is a passion of ours," said Ty Liotta, head of ThinkGeek's GeekLabs custom products development group. "Because we're huge fans, we're very serious about delivering top quality designs that delight our customers. The latest products are a reflection of our commitment to quality and fun."

        
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The Star Wars Breakfast Beverages - The perfect gift for every man, 


woman or Wookiee. Each beverage comes in a collectible metal 


lithographed tin featuring unique illustrations. The set of three 


includes Vader Dark Roast Coffee for a taste of the dark side, Hoth 


Cocoa for those cold nights, and Yoda Dagobah Green Tea to help find 


your true self. The set is available now for $29.99.
        
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The Star Wars Han Solo in Carbonite Chocolate Bar - A tasty confection 


sure to satisfy the bounty hunter in your life, this delicious homage to 


The Empire Strikes Back is 4.5 ounces of premium Belgian dark chocolate. 


Available soon for $11.99.
        
The Star Wars Lightsaber Candlestick - Fine dining for a more civilized 


age, this precision replica of Darth Vader's lightsaber is cast in 


zinc-alloy and chrome plated and comes with three no-drip red taper 


 candles. The circular base unscrews to provide a more authentic look to 


the saber hilt for the true Star Wars collector. Available soon for 


$39.99. 


The Star Wars Death Star Attack Shirt - Building on ThinkGeek's popular


line of interactive clothing, this t-shirt puts a firing Death Star 


right on your chest with both lights and sound. Once the fire button is 


pressed, a series of warm-up noises will play, followed by the Death 


Star lighting up and firing. Available soon for $29.99.
        
        
        


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