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Expand your Star Wars toolkit with the Millennium Falcon multi-tool. It’s a useful thing to have when your ship breaks down…again.

The Star Wars Millennium Falcon Multi-Tool Kit comes equipped with four hex keys, two screwdrivers (one flat-head, one philips), and an adjustable wrench built into the ship’s helm. The hex keys store away nicely in the back underside of the ship which is sealed shut with the power of magnets. Screwdrivers tuck away in the sides, and the wrench is adjusted by a wheel located in the center of the Falcon.

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I have a tape measure that only cost a few bucks. It works fine. So why in the hell do I want a tape measure that costs $25? R2-D2—that’s why. Same reason I wanted this R2-D2 screwdriver set (at least that’s on sale for $9.99 at the moment). It’s a sickness.

Star Wars R2-D2 Tape Measure ($24.99)


Thanks to this Lightsaber Tool Kit, I’ll feel pretty badass when I open up that one annoying gadget that has batteries behind a plate with screws. And that IKEA furniture? It will tremble in fear.

With the Star Wars Lightsaber Tool Kit, you get a set of 3 screwdrivers. Now you can approach those repairs with confidence, because you’ll have a lightsaber by your side. Choose your weapon: Vader’s flathead, Luke’s Phillips, or Yoda’s shorter flathead. Judge it by its size, do you? Hmm? Well, actually yes. It’s good for getting into smaller places where its evil, larger companion won’t fit.

Star Wars Lightsaber Tool Kit ($19.99)

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Are you worthy of the tool kit designed by Dave’s Geeky Ideas? It’s filled with all the tools an Asgardian handyman could need. Also, Mjolnir’s handle is part of an actual hammer that fits inside the case. Perfect for cosplay and Sunday chores!

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Here’s the multitool that Han Solo really needs. It looks just like the Millennium Falcon and is an officially licensed Star Wars product. There are 11 different functions and it’s slim enough to fit in your wallet. Functions include:

-Earphone Tidy
-Bottle Opener
-Wire Stripper
-5 box-end wrenches / ring spanners
-Parcel opener

It measures 3.35″ x 2.13″ x .05″ and is currently available for preorder.

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The drill in your garage is going to look awfully plain and boring in comparison to this power drill screwdriver. It comes with 6 bits and looks just like a revolver, so people will get the heck out of your way when you’re coming through to fix that cabinet like a man.

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In honor of Father’s Day, we bring you a list of incredibly masculine tools that any Dad would be proud to have in his toolbox. Or, if he’s like me, he simply likes the idea of owning it. I’m the kind of guy that would spend money on a designer axe and just stare at it approvingly.

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If you plan to survive the zombie apocalypse, you’re going to need a hammer. Specifically, you need the Dead On Annihilator Superhammer. What makes it so useful? It has a bottle-opener. You never know when you’ll stumble upon a stash of bottled beverages. You can also use the chisel to smash through tile, brick, and concrete. That’s helpful for removing obstacles and bashing in zombie heads. The handy tool also includes a wrench and demolition axe. Yeah, take that Swiss army knife.

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The Tool Tank

Spinning Hat dropped us a line to let us know that they have a fun Tool Tank coming out this February. It’s an adorable little keychain tank with three screw heads stored in the tracks. When you need to fix something on the go, simply lock and load.

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Arthur Sacek doesn’t just play with LEGO bricks. He makes functioning machines. It gets fancier. He builds machines that are actually 3D printers.

Watch how the milling machine is used to print a 3D face in the video after the jump.

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