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Darth Vader Torch £10 @ Sainsburys Online & instore
Darth Vader Torch £10 @ Sainsburys Online & instore

Darth Vader Torch £10 @ Sainsburys Online & instore

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Cheapest you'll get this currently £17.99 at Argos and John Lewis, £20 amazon.

EDIT: Now £10!!!

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if this is the small one that's in the pic they are currently £8 marked down on the shelves in store. ..
got one the other day.

Original Poster

griggiel

if this is the small one that's in the pic they are currently £8 marked … if this is the small one that's in the pic they are currently £8 marked down on the shelves in store. .. got one the other day.



No it's the big one. I just snagged the first available pic from a google search...
Edited by: "RagingSharks" 2nd Dec 2014

Looks like a great Darth Vader Torch deal. Great work.

That's a great Lego Star Wars Darth Vadar LED Torch, highly recommended!

RagingSharks, do you know if this product is safe for children? I'm thinking about buying it for my 6 year old nephew but I'm worried about the lightsaber being used as a lethal weapon.

Original Poster

kevb2001

RagingSharks, do you know if this product is safe for children? I'm … RagingSharks, do you know if this product is safe for children? I'm thinking about buying it for my 6 year old nephew but I'm worried about the lightsaber being used as a lethal weapon.



To my slight dismay I found the lightsabre in this product does NOT superheat to metal melting levels. It's more of a gentle warmth. I did discover that it can become stuck in the lower parts of ones throat so I would suggest you warn your nephew not to attempt to eat ice cream with it, it didn't really help to pre-melt like I had hoped.

Ok thanks RagingSharks. Dissappointed to hear about the lack of superheating properties of the light saber, and I appreciate the advice about heating the ice cream but I'm going to give it a go anyway (maybe I'm more at one with the force, lol).
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