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Star Wars fans: You can now turn your windshield wipers into light sabers

Star Wars fans: You can now turn your windshield wipers into light sabers
Posted at 11:04 AM, Aug 22, 2017

Star Wars fans can now force their way through traffic in style, thanks to these fun Light Saber Wind Shield Wipers made by the company WiperTags.

They come in a variety of colors and styles, are made in the U.S. and are affordable, with prices starting at just $13.95.

Even if you’re not a Star Wars fan, you probably know someone who would love to accessorize their car with a light saber as a rear windshield wiper. In which case, this might just be the perfect present for an upcoming birthday or Valentine’s Day.

Styles include a DarkForce Red Saber, a Laser Gun Blaster and even Pink Sabers.

Sales of the Pink Sabers go directly to the National Breast Cancer Foundation and come with a #WipeOutBreastCancer window decal, which we think is pretty cool — though the company does note that they don’t have a licensing agreement with Star Wars, so if you really want an official Star Wars windshield wiper, I guess you’ll have to wait until Disney decides to make one.

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WiperTags also sells Reflective WipeSabers, which glow and are available in three colors, along with a handful of other Star Wars-inspired wipers to choose from.

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All of the wipers, which are designed to cover your back windshield wiper only, come in a universal size, which they say fit 99% of vehicles. They’re also made with 100% UV-protected materials so they’re less likely to fade, crack or peel.

RELATED: When he was left alone with his baby for the day, this father took the opportunity to dress his baby up like R2-D2:

Do you have a Star Wars fan in your life who could use these for their car? The Force is definitely strong with these windshield wipers!

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