Star Wars Items from Think Geek: Review

think geekWe got some fantastic items from Think Geek for us to review, all part of their Star Wars collection that is ever-growing. These items were actually sent a while back but I’ve been a bit MIA due to an accident and surgery and subsequent personal issues relating to that. So first, allow me to apologize for the delay and second, let’s get to the items we have been sent and then I will review them one by one in more detail.

I’d like to personally thank Think Geek for sending these really awesome items for me to enjoy and to share with all of you. I will be reviewing the following in full detail:

Limited Edition Star Wars Moleskin Notebooks

I was very excited about this because I happen to be a big fan of Moleskin notebooks. I use them regularly for my journaling and since I also love Star Wars, this was a win-win. I received the pocket-sized version to review but they also have full-sized ones. I liked the pocket size because it will easily fit in my pocket or purse and I can take it with me. I prefer the full sized for regularly journaling so I used this one more for note-keeping.

It has all the great features you love from a Moleskin product, including acid-lined paper, a fabric bookmark and the elastic band cover closure. The convenient size means you can take it with you anywhere. The Star Wars theme is what really makes this one unique.

The black cover has “This is Where the Fun Begins” imprinted on it. The inside of the front cover and the first page with contact info is Star Wars themed. It also comes with a mini poster that is beautiful and will make a great wall hanging for any collector and Star Wars fan. The larger version comes printed with “Don’t Underestimate the Force” printed on the front cover.

Overall, it’s very well made and the pages are smooth to write on. I’m going to want to pick up more of these for sure.

Look for these reviews on the way!

LIGHT UP Chop Sticks

Darth Vader Stress Toy

R2-D2 Measuring Cups

Lisa Clark

Lisa has been an avid gamer since she was old enough to hold her first controller and a game writer for more than a decade. A child of the Nintendo generation, she believes they just don’t make games like they used to but sometimes, they make them even better! While consoles will always be her first love, Lisa spends most of her gaming time on the PC these days- on MMOs and first-person shooters in particular.