Star Wars Darth Vader Helmet Kettle

Star Wars Darth Vader Helmet Kettle: Force Not Included

Obviously, the Sith Lord himself, Darth Vader, doesn’t drink tea. In fact, he does not even ingest solid food. His life is dependant on the life-support armor that feeds his body with nutrient fluids. And so, clearly, this man needs no kettle, even it is one that is designed to look like his iconic helmet, complete with his Lightsaber as the handle. However, a mega fan who does drink tea or boils water should have the Star Wars Darth Vader Helmet Kettle.

Star Wars Darth Vader Helmet Kettle

There’s no reason super fans (read: followers) of Darth Vader should not have. OK. It may not look exactly like Vader’s helmet – not even the mangled one Kylo Ren so revere. Instead, it is a minimal take of the helmet which makes a lot more sense because, a kettle that’s 100 percent look like the original helmet would feel like you are drinking Vader’s fluids. Ewwww…

Star Wars Darth Vader Helmet Kettle

Works with almost all kind of cook tops, including gas, electric, induction and whatnot. Made of 80 percent aluminum and 20 percent steel, and it has a capacity of 1.7L. Force is not included and therefore, you can’t compel anyone to drink tea with you, and also, you can’t use the lightsaber to threaten anyone to do so either. That’s not functional.

The Star Wars Darth Vader Helmet Kettle originally sells for $39.99 on ThinkGeek, but it is now 30 percent less at $27.99. Not sure how long the discount will last and so, if you want it at this deal, you better act fast. Again, we are not affiliated and therefore, we earn nothing if you buy it. We are just nice folks who want the best for you. You’re welcome.

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Source: geek tyrant.