Star Wars Everything: A Millennium Falcon Multi-Tool

December 16, 2016


Because the world ain't shit if it doesn't have a Star Wars version of everything, this is the $30 die-cast Millennium Falcon Multi-Tool Kit available exclusively from ThinkGeek. Admittedly, as far as Star Wars merchandise goes, it's not the worst thing I've seen.

The Star Wars Millennium Falcon Multi-Tool Kit comes equipped with four hex keys, two screwdrivers (one flat-head, one philipps), and an adjustable wrench built into the ship's helm. The hex keys store away nicely in the back underside of the ship which is sealed shut with the power of magnets. Screwdrivers tuck away in the sides, and the wrench is adjusted by a wheel located in the center of the Falcon.

Sure it might be a little awkward to grip, but that's the price you pay for a multi-tool that looks like the Millennium Falcon. The price you pay at my kissing booth? Five cents. Ten if you want me to wear lipstick and call you Mr. or Mrs. Johnson.

Thanks to DF, who agrees Star Trek doesn't get nearly the number of novelty products it deserves.

  • Scotty-Scott Nicholas Redmond

    As a maintenance technician I can say confidently that this is fairly
    useless, but it can be saved with a few modifications, get rid of the
    hex keys completely and swap them out for 2 phillips (#1 and #2 sized)
    and two flatheads (3/16'’ and 1/4'’), then change out the phillips and
    flathead drivers on the side for 5/16'’ And 1/4'’ hex drivers.
    Then make the drivers motorized and rechargeable since trying to turn a
    screw with something shaped like a tuna can just sounds frustrating and
    superfluous, you can even get rid of the adjustable wrench altogether
    because it looks like you’ll never get enough torque to really use it
    for anything without hurting your hand, just fix it at 9/16, 10mm, or
    1/4'’, something fairly standard, then you can possibly fit the
    mechanics for a motor, battery, and button

  • Bling Nye

    "Don't worry! She'll hold together."

    "Hear me baby, hold together!"

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