Rule the Galaxy as Father and Phone with the Darth Vader Lightsaber Backup Phone Battery

Warning: not intended for severing the hands of your disobedient children.

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Darth Vader’s lightsaber backup mobile battery is the most badass phone accessory in the galaxy. Next time you’re stranded way out in the boonies of Tatooine in search of pesky rebel princesses, you won’t have to worry about whether or not you have enough battery left to call the Death Star for a ride home.

At $59.99, those of us who aren’t the Emperor’s right hand man might find it a little pricey, but it’s way nicer to look at than most extra phone batteries. It’s also way easier than trying to use a real lightsaber, because you don’t have to build this one yourself.

If you’ve got the extra galactic credits to spend on fancy lightsaber-shaped phone batteries, you can head over to Brando Workshop and pick one up (as of this writing, they’re on sale for $49.99). They’ve also got a bunch of other nerd phone accessories like cases that make your phone look like Iron Man, because why would you want your phone to look like anything else?

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Just don’t look at us when Tony Stark and Darth Vader show up to get their stuff back. You’re on your own there.

(via Gizmodo, images via Brando Workshop)

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