Knife, Spoon, and Fork Lightsabers Are Elegant Cutlery For a More Civilized Age

You no longer have to suck up to your parents to ensure their fine silverware will eventually be passed onto you, because what dinner guest wouldn’t prefer dining with a set of lightsaber flatware instead?

For $15 from ThinkGeek you get a fork attached to Luke’s original lightsaber (Anakin’s), a spoon connected to Yoda’s, and a knife where the glowing blade on Vader’s lightsaber would normally be found. The business end of each utensil you stick in your mouth is made of stainless steel, while the lightsaber handles are instead made from food-grade ABS plastic.


You can’t put them in the dishwasher, but why would you want to risk anything happening to the set before you were able to hand them down to your own children? [ThinkGeek]

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