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This Star Wars Death Star waffle maker is the best Christmas gift ever

Any Star Wars fan wondering how to best combine their love for the film series with their love of waffles need look no further.

For the man or woman who has everything, this new Death Star waffle maker, available on Think Geek, is the perfect gift.

Now you can have the Empire’s megaweapon imprinted on your breakfast every morning and the non-stick cooking plates ensure that every 7-inch waffle this thing produces has the outline on both sides.

The waffle maker is going for $39.99 would make a great Christmas present for any Star Wars fan.

It could even make a great gift for someone you don’t like and who you know hates Star Wars.

The waffle maker follows a grand tradition of unlikely Star Wars products such as the infamous Han Solo mini-fridge.

If movie-branded food products aren’t your thing, there is an overwhelming amount of non-food based Star Wars items going on sale over the coming months in the run-up to the release of The Force Awakens

This Sphero BB-8 droid toy follows voice commands and is controlled using an app on your smartphone or tablet.

For more Christmas gift ideas see our Christmas gift guide.


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