Star Wars Everything: A Darth Vader Helmet Inspired Whistling Tea Kettle

March 14, 2018

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This is the £50 (~$70) Star Wars Darth Vader Stovetop Kettle available from The Fowndry. It holds 1.7 liters, looks like a minimalist Darth Vader helmet with a lightsaber for a handle, and whistles when the water inside boils. Obviously, it's perfect for those who like their coffee on the darker side. You know, some days I don't know how I do it. I type something into a box, then I crack my knuckles and lean back in my chair to reread it, and I have a small crisis while thinking to myself, 'Could I even get any stupider?' Obviously the answer is a crystal clear 'no' until I write the next article and surprise myself all over again.

Keep going for a handful more shots.

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Thanks to K Diddie, who agrees someone, somewhere out there, has been waiting for this as their Star Wars themed kitchen inches towards completion like a Death Star.

  • rocjoe

    "I find your lack of Earl Grey disturbing"

  • GeneralDisorder

    This thing is fugly as all fuck.

  • TheQiwiMan

    Wait, it whistles when it boils??

    Shoulda made it yell "NOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooooooooooooo"

    Perfect opportunity squandered.

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    Selling your saggy, torn butthole for crack money is not considered legitimate work...

  • shashi

    ideal for repairing a British 3-cell MPP Microflash

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