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Star wars fans: you can now turn your windshield wipers into light sabers

Posted August 22

Star Wars fans can now force their way through traffic in style, thanks to these fun Light Saber Wind Shield Wipers made by the company WiperTags.

They come in a variety of colors and styles, are made in the U.S. and are affordable, with prices starting at just $13.95.

Even if you’re not a Star Wars fan, you probably know someone who would love to accessorize their car with a light saber as a rear windshield wiper. In which case, this might just be the perfect present for an upcoming birthday or Christmas.

Styles include a DarkForce Red Saber, a Laser Gun Blaster and even Pink Sabers.

Sales of the Pink Sabers go directly to the National Breast Cancer Foundation and come with a #WipeOutBreastCancer window decal, which we think is pretty cool.

Wiper Tag

WiperTags also sells Reflective WipeSabers, which glow and are available in three colors, along with a handful of other Star Wars-inspired wipers to choose from.

All of the wipers, which are designed to cover your back windshield wiper only, come in a universal size, which they say fit 99 percent of vehicles. They’re also made with 100 percent UV-protected materials so they’re less likely to fade, crack or peel.

If checking these out only whets your appetite for more Star Wars-inspired gear, you’re in luck, as there is no shortage of fun Star Wars-themed products on the market right now.

A quick look on Amazon and we were able to find everything from Star Wars dehumidfiers to Star Wars waffle makers.

Amazon

Or maybe you’d like to embrace your dark side while cranking up the tunes on this amazing levitating Death Star bluetooth speaker.

Plox

Or use the Force to flip burgers with this TIE Fighter grill.

Broil Chef

Get Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder for your little Padawan and you’ll be a shoo-in for parent of the year.

If you’re the crafty type, there are also all kinds of Star Wars DIY projects to keep you busy.

For example, bring a little droid-inspired fun to your workspace with this R2-D2 DIY lamp.

Instructables

Or let your whole neighborhood know how much you love Star Wars with this Death Star Mailbox.

Instructables

This dad got REALLY ambitious and built a giant AT-ACT walker in his backyard.

The Force is definitely strong with all of these awesome products and ideas!

This story originally appeared on Simplemost. Checkout Simplemost for other great tips and ideas to make the most out of life.


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