The Force is strong with these Lightsaber Chopsticks that will make your dining experience ‘out of this world’. Star Wars geeks can now eat sushi the coolest way possible with these light-up chopsticks that look like a pair of mini lightsabers. So, who’s ready to become a Jedi master of sushi?
These chopsticks shall bring forth fun and excitement to the dining table. Furthermore, these geeky eating utensils are a great way for your kids to learn how to use chopsticks. With just a press of a button, these ChopSabers light up in bright colors just like the real Jedi weapons. You and your family can have fun food wars at any meal.
These portable chopsticks are compact and light so they easily fit in your pocket and you can carry them anywhere. Each ChopSaber has an internal LED light that you can turn on and off by pressing the button on the handle. It uses 3 internal LR41 batteries that are covered by a thick plastic sticker which is secured by a couple of screws. Simply replace the batteries when they run out of juice by unscrewing the plastic handle to access the battery compartment.
Each light-up utensil measures 10.2 inches long and 0.1 inches thick. You can use these chopsticks when eating sushi, rice, fried noodles, tofu and rice-based meals. Take note that these battery-operated utensils are not ideal for wet, soupy meals as liquid can potentially damage the internal batteries. To clean, simply hand wash the tip of the ChopSabers with soapy water. Do not immerse the entire ChopSaber in water and never put them in the dishwasher.
Of course, these chopsticks come in a pair. But you can also opt for 2-pair and 3-pair bundles if you want to have more of these. Additionally, they are available in many different colors including Blue, Green, Orange, Pink, Purple, Red and Yellow. One happy buyer wrote:
“Love love love these! Perfect for any Star Wars or SciFi fan! I brought these with my lunch to the office and it was a big hit with my coworkers. I’m sure they would also be fun at any [Japanese] restaurant… I plan on bringing mine on my next visit.”
Watch the ChopSabers in action on the video below