Star Wars Darth Vader Planetarium

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

We are constantly looking for ways to incorporate Star Wars into our bachelor pad, without looking like a complete nerd of course. The Star Wars Darth Vader Planetarium will add that intergalactic flair to your living room, without cramping your style.

The Japanese built product is shaped to look just like our favorite Sith Lord’s helmet, opening up top to reveal a built-in projector. The planetarium will project the entire Milky Way and 10,000 stars over a 6-foot wide span, right onto any ceiling in your household. Star Wars fans will find the TIE fighter soaring through the stars a nice added bonus, and everyone will enjoy the ease of use with this bad boy. Simply pop the top on the helmet, and you’ve got yourself a show. [Purchase]

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