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Star Wars LookaLites
Star Wars LookaLites
Star Wars LookaLites
Star Wars LookaLites

Star Wars LookaLites

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Light up the dark side of your bedroom with their soothing glow
Stumpy Stormtrooper and dumpy Darth Vader varieties available
Officially licensed by Lucasfilm Ltd
Can be powered by batteries, microUSB cable and the force
Free UK Delivery Over £100Free ReturnsNext Day Delivery Not Available
Product info

Key features

  • Light up the dark side of your bedroom with their soothing glow
  • Stumpy Stormtrooper and dumpy Darth Vader varieties available
  • Officially licensed by Lucasfilm Ltd
  • Can be powered by batteries, microUSB cable and the force
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1 review
by Michelle - 26th of February, 2015
Cute and quirky gift, good value for money.
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Free UK Delivery Over £100
Free Returns
Next Day Delivery Not Available
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Free Returns
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Description
Watched the new trailer yet?

Things are definitely looking promising (that new lightsaber for example – just sensational) but who knows what J. J. "Lens Flare" Abrams and Mickey Mouse have really got in store for us? More laughable CGI? More infuriating extra characters? Too much Yoda screen-time? Only time will tell.

In the meantime why not light up the dark side of your room with these stumpy Star Wars LookaLites – they're probably a little more rotund than you're used to seeing them, but this is exactly how they look in the films. Promise.

 

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Please Note:
  • Requires 3 x AAA batteries or a microUSB cable (neither are included)
Product Features:
  • Emits a soft white glow to lighten up the dark side of your bedroom
  • Stumpy Stormtrooper and dumpy Darth Vader varieties available
  • Uses energy-efficient LEDs
  • Powered by batteries, a microUSB cable or the force
Dimensions:
  • Measures approximately 13cm(W) x 25cm(H) x 10.5cm(D)
Customer reviews
"Cute and quirky gift, good value for money."
Michelle - 26th of February, 2015