Levitating Lightsaber fountain pen will drain your bank account

Levitating Lightsaber fountain pen

You may have heard the proverb, “the pen is mightier than the sword.” But you’ll be astonished to know that the powerful writing instrument has also become costlier than a car. Yes, you read that right. Celebrating the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, French luxury house S.T. Dupont has created the high-end levitating fountain pen inspired by Yoda’s lightsaber, and its priced at whopping £16,625 (approx. US $25,000).

Levitating Lightsaber fountain pen

A single Levitating Lightsaber fountain pen rests on a floating display stand, which works all thanks to the ‘Force’ of magnetism. But that’s not the only reason for its extremely high price, there are various high-end details that totally make the writing instrument worth the asking price. Only eight of these limited edition Star Wars writing instruments are produced in striking Yoda saber design.

These luxury pens are made from bronze with black lacquer, palladium and rhodium finishes. What makes these pens even more special is the gorgeous 2-carat green topaz used on the tip. The lightsaber-inspired pens also feature red topaz for Darth Vader. So, depending on your personal tastes running toward good or evil, you can choose the pen with red or green topaz.

Levitating Lightsaber fountain pen

Unleashing galactic writing skills, these Star Wars fountain pens are sure to add touch of sci-fi sophistication to any desktop. But these limited edition Star Wars pens cost more than a car. So would you like to spend all the money on a lavish car or just on a single pen to show your true devotion for Star Wars franchise. However if your bank account is flowing with cash, then you can easily buy one from online website WheelersLuxuryGifts.

Levitating Lightsaber fountain pen

Via: Technabob

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Sunil Chandel

Sunil has been blogging about autos, consumer gadgets and home improvement ideas from a couple of years. When he is not writing, you can find him riding his royal enfield motorcycle, listening to music and showing off his football skills