Star Wars: The Last Jedi exploded into the big screen last December. A month later, its effect is still felt across the galaxy... er, the world. Fans still rave and rant about what they saw. Critics are still trying to analyze the good, the bad, and the ugly. But that's not what we're going to talk about right now. Because it doesn't really matter whether you liked the film or not. At the end of the day, we all know that we're all fans of the series. So, let's get right down to business. A new year has begun and along with it comes... birthdays, anniversaries, Valentine's! Yes, the gift giving did not end on Christmas day. So, we decided to help you get ahead on that special day (whatever and whenever that may be) by letting you know about two special Star Wars Watches in our collection. In fact, we actually think they would be excellent gift ideas for men who have everything because they probably won’t have these yet. Now, these two Star Wars watches were specifically designed after the previous film, The Force Awakens. But it doesn’t only fit that. Let us tell you why (spoilers below!).
If you’ve watched the latest Star Wars film (and we sincerely hope you have), then you already know Luke’s fate. Such an integral character in this series that was recently brought back to life and now he’s…. gone? Well, no one really is sure because you never know what will happen in Star Wars: Episode IX but we digress. In honor of such a great character who made us fall in love with the series from the very start, and who possibly might no longer be included in the last movie, this Star Wars watch features the old Luke Skywalker (the classic, not the elderly version) colored in white and orange after his Rebel flight suit. This is a Limited Edition watch so it’ll be a unique gift for a unique fan.
Our second Star Wars watch also has a classic theme, an homage to the original three movies that started it all. You can clearly see all of the main characters from before that are no longer with us - in spirit and in truth. Hans Solo who died in The Force Awakens. Luke who “died” in The Last Jedi. And Princess Leia, well, we’re pretty sure you already know about Carrie Fisher. The watch definitely brings back good memories, especially if the recipient of the gift is someone who grew up watching episodes 4, 5, and 6. And what better way to remember these beloved characters than by wearing something like this? Because we all know the truth. No matter what else you might think about The Last Jedi, the first three movies were, by far, the best of them all.