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TIE Fighter Nutcracker

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Make no mistake: when it comes to the sacred art of cracking a nut, force always wins.

Which could well explain why the Star Wars universe has now joined this valiant crusade by releasing an officially licenced TIE-fighter-themed nutcracker.

Priced at £34.99 and forged from “Quadanium steel by Sienar Fleet Systems", according to retailers The Fowndry (read: stainless steel in China), it's a sure-fire bargain for anybody looking to add an iconic battle cruiser to their fleet of kitchen gadgetry.

So, unless you've mastered Darth Vader’s vice-like air grip, this is the nutcracker you're looking for...

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