This levitating Death Star speaker is the ultimate Star Wars fan gadget

Calling all Sith Lords – the ultimate planet-blasting speaker is now available in the UK, and we’ve got all the details.

Toy-maker Plox has created a Death Star speaker that can actually levitate, and is guaranteed to strike fear in the hearts of all Jedi who get a glimpse of it.

The miniature Death Star will float using magnets and gently rotate as music plays from all sides of the speaker. The design is, of course, inspired by the eponymous weaponised warship from the Star Wars movie franchise, which was used to destroy entire planets with great success.

Buy Now: Plox Levitating Death Star Speaker at Amazon for £159.99

“Combining 360-degree laser-like sound projection with an out-of-this-world levitation system, this officially licensed collectible has been designed by Star Wars fans for Star Wars fans,” writes Plox. “The gravity-defying orb levitates in mid-air above the base using Plox’s force technology.”

The Death Star features a built-in 5-watt speaker that will spin as your music plays. It can also play music for up to five hours using a Bluetooth connection.

Buy Now: Plox Levitating Death Star Speaker at Amazon for £159.99

The good news is that Plox has announced availability for the speaker in the UK, with stock already live at Amazon UK.

The bad news is that you’ll be forced to fork out a hefty sum of £159.99 if you want to bag one for yourself. Still, if your keen on securing a unique piece of Star Wars memorabilia inspired by one of the most enduring icons from the whole franchise, it’s arguably a small price to pay.

Buy Now: Plox Levitating Death Star Speaker at Amazon for £159.99

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