Milwaukee M12 Lightsaber
So for Halloween, I did a tandem costume with Tool Snob Jr. (TSJR). He was Yoda and I was Degobah Luke. But my problem was that, other than a dirty shirt and a lame attitude, Luke didn't have much to distinguish himself during those scenes. So in order for me not to hear, "so what's with the filthy clothes?" all night long, I needed some additional accessory that would complete the costume. I needed a lightsaber.
Out to the shop I went, looking for a good lightsabery item. There really wasn't any question about it, the Milwaukee M12 Flashlight was my guy (my original review here). If it weren't for the fact that it only has a one-handed grip, it could be a real movie prop.
So I ended up being the filthy guy with the flashlight. Creepy.
Didn't matter thought, Yoda got all the attention.
Note: Yoda's ears and head were lovingly hand-knit by Mother of Tool Snob (MOTS). If you're interested in fine, high quality yarns (from the fleeces of very happy sheep) or if you just want to learn a thing or two about haying, head over to The Sheep's Company. Also, if you bargain a price she may, just may, knit you a Yoda head as well.
Yoda at TheSheepsCompany.com
Milwaukee Lightsaber at Amazon.com
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Posted by Doug Mahoney at November 2, 2010 5:55 AM