If you are a fan of Star Wars that also wants to keep dry in the rain, ThinkGeek has unveiled a slick new product that you might like. The new product is called the Star Wars LightsaberUmbrella. There are three different versions of the umbrella and they have a shaft anodized to match the color of the blade from the character in the film they represent.
There is a version with a red shaft for Darth Vader, a green shaft version for Yoda, and a blue shaft version for Obi-wan. The umbrellas also have a silk-screened logo to for Jedi or Imperial depending on the umbrella. Each of the umbrellas is available for $35.99. The will keep the rain off your head and look pretty cool at the same time.
Each umbrella also includes a carry sheath with a shoulder strap included. The umbrella canopy is 47-inches wide with a total length of 39-inches. They are fully licensed Lucasfilm collectables. All three designs are available now.
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