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May The Fourth Be With You!

As the 40th anniversary of the release of the original Star Wars creeps up on us, May 4th – International Star Wars Day – is the time to pick a side, dark or light – Sith Lord or Rebel Jedi – in preparation. Whether channelling your dark Galactic Empire or lighter Rebel Alliance side, price comparison website, idealo.co.uk, has all the Star Wars gadgets you’ll need to help you claim your rightful place as master of the Star Wars universe…

1. Hasbro Green Light Saber, £8 to £16

5. Patagonia Arbor Back Pack, £42 to £65

6. Hasbro Kylo Ren Light Saber, £6 to £20

7. Lego Star Wars ATAT, £244 to £299

8. Oculus Rift VR Headset, £488 to £599

9. Design Go Travel Pillow, £10 to £16 

10. Assassins Creed Bath Robe, £34 to £50 

For more Star Wars gifts and gadgets, go to idealo.co.uk

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