Among the exhilarating intergalactic activities Disney Co.’s Star Wars department and partners are planning for Force Friday II (like the multinational Find the Force AR event), civic-minded retailer BoxLunch is launching a selection of goodies inspired by Star Wars: The Last Jedi — in theaters Dec. 15. Details on some droid-tastic delights you can shop at boxlunch.com below.
More on The Last Jedi and the Star Wars franchise can be found at www.starwars.com.
BB-9E Bag by Loungefly: Designed exclusively for BoxLunch and individually numbered (1,000 piece limited edition) based on the black-lated droid of the First Order being introduced in Episode VIII. Matte effect and patent leather details with chrome color accents and embossed chrome detailing.
BB-9E Funko! POP Bobblehead: Exclusive chrome colorway version for BoxLunch.
R2-D2 App-Enabled Droid by Sphero: You can control your very own Rebel Alliance astromech with your smart device, or watch it patrol on its own. Features authentic movements, LED lights and integrated speakers for realistic beepin’ and boopin’. Plus, explore the galaxy and go inside starships via Holographic Simulation, enjoy the Star Wars saga with Artoo in Watch With Me mode, and observe Droid to Droid interactions with other Sphero app-enabled droids.
BB-8 App-Enabled Droid by Sphero: If orange is more your color than blue, this is the droid you’re looking for! All the same fun reactive and interactive features of the Artoo unit can be had on a roll with this sassy mechanical basketball-butt.
BB-9E App-Enabled Droid by Sphero: This is not the droid you’re looking for… this is the droid that’s looking for you! This vigilant little seeker boasts all the same features as the Artoo and BB-8 models, and an enhanced radio system that enables the Rebel-hunting robot to react to your presence when you trigger its sensors.
BoxLunch will have many other pieces of Star Wars apparel, accessories, home goods and collectibles (including lots more Episode VIII POP vinyls) on offer. And the more you shop, the more you help fight hunger — for every $10 spent at BoxLunch stores and web store, the company helps provide a meal through its partnership with Feeding America. More than 8 million meals have been donated so far!