Secretlab has released details on their new Titan Evo Star Wars Imperial Collection gaming chairs. Click through for the full press release.
Week 6 of the Bring Home The Galaxy campaign features mostly previously revealed products (at least so far), curiously including the Retro Collection The Mandalorian Season 2 wave (which shipped last May!). We will keep an eye out for anything new that might pop up not listed on the featured products page. Click here to check out week 6.
On display at Celebration Anaheim, this TV is very impressive. As with most Samsung OLED TVs, it’s at a premium price point. But, if you want a Star Wars-themed TV for your Star Wars room, this is the one to have. Check out Steve Sansweet’s unboxing of this impressive TV.
I recently had the pleasure of trading some patches with Josh of Pop Culture Fun. He was nice enough to send me some extras of his custom patch artwork so I wanted to give him a shout-out! I recommend checking out his offerings, including a very cool Endor set that is due to launch soon. Josh also helped create and organize several patch sets for Celebration Anaheim last month.
Starting today, UNDONE is launching their custom Star Wars watch collection, featuring three limited edition watches: Darth Vader, The Mandalorian, and The Child. Click through for details on each watch.
We have our second entry to our Fanhome: Build Your Own R2-D2 review, featuring the next 4 stages in the build. When finished, the final product will feature a fully functioning, remote-controlled, and interactive half-scale R2-D2.
We have a new review today featuring a unique subscription service allowing you to custom build your own half-scale R2-D2. Brought to you by Fanhome, this review will kick off a continuing series of reviews as we work our way through the build process. We will continue to add to this review in stages as we receive the kits. Here’s the inaugural kit, featuring the first two stages of the build. The final product will feature a fully functioning, remote-controlled, and interactive half-scale R2-D2. This should be fun! Let us know your thoughts in the discussion section!
Fanhome has a unique subscription service featuring a “Build Your Own R2-D2” build-up kit that results in a highly detailed half-sized astromech droid. This is a great way to learn a bit about how these are built if you have a passion for building things. Click through for the complete press release.
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