If a Star Wars fan, you know what today is. But if not, let us help you. Today is Force Friday (September 1st) and it is the biggest Star Wars merchandising event of the year. It's also the perfect day for Plox to provide news about their product line of Connected Star Wars devices. Being the leader in developing technology products, Plox is expanding its range of Connected Star Wars® products with the introduction of Star Wars® Bluetooth Finders. These new Bluetooth products are available for pre-order on Amazon and ThinkGeek and can help Star War fans locate items they might have lost. The Star Wars® Bluetooth Finders will be available in your favorite Star Wars characters including Darth Vader, Chewbacca, storm troopers and R2-D2, as well as brand new characters from the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi movie.
In further good news for Star Wars fans across the U.S., Plox's officially licensed Star Wars® Levitating Death Star Bluetooth Speaker is now available in major retailers including Best Buy, Amazon, Brookstone, Macy's, Bloomingdales, GameStop and ThinkGeek for $179.99. In celebration of Force Friday, Amazon will be offering the speaker for just $149.99 throughout September.
"We never expected the overwhelming demand for our Levitating Death Star Speaker," said Jennifer Polce, co-founder at Plox. "As Star Wars fans across the U.S. gear up for the latest movie, we're excited to confirm that the speaker is now available across US retail stores. We didn't just stop there, we're expanding our line of Star Wars products with all new Bluetooth Finders available in the design of favorite and new Star Wars characters. And we're just getting started, with more products coming to our range of Star Wars products in the near future."
What are Star Wars® Bluetooth Finders?
Using Star Wars® Bluetooth Finders and App, fans can keep track of their possession as well as show off their favorite Star War character, whether it be a Wookie, Droid, Stormtrooper or more. These Bluetooth Finders are being made available on pre-order from select retailers including Amazon and ThinkGeek and will go on sale in October 2017 for $24.99 including favorite characters from the classic saga such as:
- Darth Vader
- As well as characters from Star Wars: The Last Jedi
The Star Wars® Bluetooth Finder enables users to locate items and track location by simply attaching it to possessions, including keys, backpacks, and mobile devices. It not only alerts users when items are no longer within the 100 feet (33m) location range, but also operates as an independent remote. Users can instruct lost phones to ring to authentic sounds from their favorite Star Wars characters and check last seen location through the App.
Star Wars® Levitating Death Star Speaker
Not bound by the laws of gravity, the Levitating Death Star Speaker is the ideal size for anyone hoping to bring a touch of the dark side to their lives. The gravity-defying orb hovers and rotates over a magnetic base, all while providing 360 degrees of uncompromising sound! Key features of The Star Wars® Levitating Death Star Bluetooth Speaker include:
- Gravity-defying orb rotates above a magnetic base to truly levitate
- 360-degree uncompromising sound quality
- Up to 5 hours of continuous playback on Bluetooth
- Can be used as a portable speaker without the base
The Levitating Death Star Speaker is available for purchase at Best Buy, Amazon, Macy's, Brookstone, and GameStop for $179.99. From September 1st to September 30th, Amazon will be offering a special promotional price on speaker for $149.99. (Check out GearBrain's review of the Levitating Death Star Speaker for more information on this product: Review Death Star Bluetooth Speaker: May the Sound Be With You.)
If a Star Wars fan and still shopping for those final items for back to school or getting a jump start on your holiday buying, you should check out Plox's new Connected Star War devices. They are the perfect gift for a Star Wars fan. Enjoy Force Friday and may the force be with you when you pick one of these new devices up at Amazon or ThinkGeek.