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Excellent X-Wing Knife Block

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Ever turned off your targeting computer and sliced the tip off your finger? Then we've found you the perfect knife block.

This is the spectacularly-silly Star Wars X-Wing knife block (we're guessing JJ needs a few more funds for Episode VII?) - a chrome finished block that secrets fives stainless steel knives about its chassis.

A carving knife and bread knife occupy the lower wings, while a utility knife and paring knife take the upper set. A 335mm cook's knife forms the main cockpit.

Finally you'll have some other kitchen ware to keep your R2-D2 measuring unit, X-Wing light fitting and Stormtrooper lamps company.

(Images: The Foundry)

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