That's no moon, it's a Death Star Bluetooth speaker

Be part of the Treble Alliance and take control of your music sound system with the iHome Death Star Bluetooth speaker from ThinkGeek.

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This Death Star doesn't fire on you when playing "Rebel Yell." ThinkGeek

Music soothes the savage beast, including all Wookiees, Ewoks and possible underfed Wampas. So before unleashing the ultimate "Star Wars" music mix on your friends, family and possible Wookiees, why not play it on the iHome Death Star Bluetooth Speaker from ThinkGeek?

The speaker is a 4.5-inch diameter Death Star on an acrylic stand that also happens to be a wireless speaker with one-touch connectivity to your Bluetooth device.

The best part of this Death Star speaker? It lights up when the music plays like an ominous black disco ball.

The speaker uses a rechargeable lithium ion battery that should last up to 8 hours. "Lithium batteries can explode if disassembled, shorted, recharged, exposed to water, fire, or high temperatures, or if somebody drops a bomb into the thermal exhaust port," ThinkGeek warns potential Death Star owners.

The Death Star speaker retails for $59.99 (about £38, AU$70), plus shipping and handling. Sadly, this does not include a Concave Dish Composite Beam Superlaser for blowing up planets with bad music taste.