Gadgets: R2-D2 Trash Can

Star wars fans certainly will remember the scene when our heroes were trapped in the trash compactor on the Death Star and R2-D2 got them out.

Well this gadget from ThinkGeek allows you to put the trash into the droid. It’s a 24” high detailed model of R2-D2 as a trash can.

About USD 150


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