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What’s new in the Uncle Milton Star Wars range?

What’s new in the Uncle Milton Star Wars range?

This week has been invited to take a look at the brand new Uncle Milton Star Wars Science products from Flair, and it’s safe to say we’re impressed. Take a look at our picks on what to look out for from the range below:

Kylo Ren Mini Lightsaber in CDU £14.99
With the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens last Christmas, many new young fans have been added to the already huge Star Wars fan base. For the first time ever fans, young and old, can now build their own Mini Kylo Ren Lightsaber. Not only is this super cool but it also teaches children the science behind light and optics while they are constructing. 



Klyo Ren Lightsaber Room Light £29.99
Little Knights of Ren can now light up their rooms with their very own Kylo Ren Lightsaber Room Light. This deluxe lightsaber features a distinctive cross guard, with 3 different LED lights and blades. The room light also features authentic sounds that come straight from the new film.

Force Lightning Energy Ball £24.99
If you have any Jedi’s in training at home they are sure to be fascinated by the Force Lightning Energy Ball. This brand new toy will allow kids to harness the power of Force Lightning just like Yoda and the Empire. With one touch of their fingertips they can see pulses of real plasma energy stream directly towards their hand. Not only does this make for great fun, but it also acts doubly as a stunning room decoration.

Death Star Electronics Lab £39.99
The Death Star Electronics Lab allows the user to create a fully operational Death Star. Children will be able to construct over 20 different electronic experiments, including the ability to create their own battle alarm, room light, tractor beam, laser and much more.

Force Trainer ll £99.99
The Force Trainer ll may not be new but it is a favourite in the office. This really is something that has to be seen to be believed as it allows children to levitate holograms using only the power of their mind. It works by measuring a user’s brainwaves to determine whether or not an object should move up, down, left or right. With ten different levels and numerous different difficulties, this is the perfect way for a young Jedi to begin their training, and the fun is endless.

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