The remote-controllable 1:1 scale model of the beloved droid will keep your drinks cool at your next viewing party.
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Just when we thought R2-D2 couldn't get any cooler, he is transformed into a phenomenal flying machine.
It's a full scale model of the pluckiest droid in the galaxy, complete with a built-in 720p HD projector and authentic lighting and sound effects. Oh, and it'll keep a six-pack cold.
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