Insignificant Fish Industries is once again teasing this Return of the Jedi lightsaber flask on its website with absolutely no details on how to buy it, or if or when the company plans to put it into production. And that's a terrible tease because given how many people will be going to see The Force Awakens in costume this week, the creators of this brilliant replica could have easily been overnight millionaires. [Insignificant Fish Industries via Geekologie]
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