As the name suggests, "Star Wars Bluetooth Speakers" are speakers with a shape that imitates the character of Star Wars. There is a C-3PO version and a stormtrooper version.
According to the developer, AC Worldwide, the Star Wars Bluetooth Speakers are more complete than those used in the film. For example, some stormtrooper helmets used in the movie just put stickers where they should have holes to make them look like they are. However, "Star Wars Bluetooth Speakers" uses as many as 48 parts and is finished in the way it should be. For this reason, AC Worldwide claims that it can be fully appreciated as an interior.
ACWorldwide says the Star Wars Bluetooth Speakers are a great way to listen to the Star Wars soundtrack. He also said that when he invites his friends to the room and holds a party to watch Star Wars on DVD etc., installing "Star Wars Bluetooth Speakers" next to the TV will make the place exciting.
The output is 3Wx2. It has a built-in 8.4V 2,200mAh battery, and can be used for 4 to 5 hours after charging for 2 to 3 hours. With a gimmick that the device name is displayed as "C3PO" etc. when pairing with a mobile device via Bluetooth.
ACWorldwide is currently looking for investors on the crowdfunding site kickstarter to commercialize "Star Wars Bluetooth Speakers." At the time of writing, either the C-3PO version or the Stormtrooper version is available with a £ 99 investment. The shipping fee is 40 pounds (about 7,262 yen). Shipment is scheduled for February 2016. It's a pity that we can't make it in time for the release of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens".