ThinkGeek C-3PO Bespin Backpack Is Just Like Chewbacca's

Posted: Oct 6 2010, 10:39am CDT | by , in News | Other Stuff

ThinkGeek C-3PO Bespin Backpack is Just Like Chewbacca's
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Coolest backpack ever!

I just mentioned that cool Wampa rung a bit ago form ThinkGeek and the company has unveiled its sweet C-3PO Bespin Backpack. Anyone who like Star Wars will recognize the backpack as a replica of what Chewy wore after C-3PO was ripped into pieces.

The mesh backpack holds the plush limbs of the droid and the lights flicker as well. The droid is covered in gold leatherette and is a plus stuffed toy. The limbs are held onto the torso by Velcro-style fasteners allowing C-3PO to be reconstructed.

The droid also has a pouch measuring 11" x 8" . 2.5" that can hold gadgets like the iPad. The backpack measures 22" H x 13" W x 8" D. When C-3PO is put back together he measures 22" H x 13" W x 8" D. You can pick one up right now for $59.99.

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