STAR WARS HAN SOLO FROZEN IN CARBONITE STAINLESS STEEL PENDANT ON CHAIN NECKLACE
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Carbonite was a liquid substance that was made from carbon gas and could change into a solid through rapid freezing. Goods could be encased in carbonite for preservation, through a process known as carbon-freezing. Carbonite blocks could also be used to place people in hibernation Before the invention of the hyperdrive, some early spacers would use carbonite to endure long voyages. That technique, however, had brutal side effects, collectively referred to as hibernation sickness. Droids such as the DLC-13 mining droid could be made out of heat-resistant carbonite. During the Clone Wars, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker and the clone troopers under their command froze themselves in carbonite to smuggle themselves into the Citadel on Lola Sayu. During the Galactic Civil War, Skywalker, now Darth Vader, intended to trap his son Luke in carbonite. Having blackmailed Lando Calrissian into letting him use the carbon-freezing facility on Bespin, he tested the device out on Han Solo. Boba Fett transported the carbonite block to Jabba's Palace, where Jabba displayed it as a trophy.
These pieces are produced of the highest quality material and expert workmanship. It is the users responsibility to follow all care instructions and not to use irresponsibly. We do not recommend wearing this while sleeping, in the shower or during sporting activity.
MADE FROM 316L STAINLESS STEEL.
CHOKING HAZARD: NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS.
INTENDED FOR AGES 13 AND OVER.
APPROX CHAIN LENGTH 22 INCHES.
APPROX 3D PENDANT SIZE: 5.0 X 2.0cm
COMES IN A STAR WARS GIFT BOX.
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Thursday 21 December (INTERLINK DPD NEXT DAY) [£9.99]
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Due to the variety we offer and the cost of international post we do charge for international delivery. All items brought before 3pm GMT will receive same day dispatch. We offer two types of international delivery 1) Royal Mail international airmail charged at £3.99. 2) Royal Mail international Airsure/ Tracked charged at £9.90.
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REST OF WORLD:
Once again due to the variety we offer and the cost of international post we do charge for international delivery. All orders received before 3pm GTM will receive same day dispatch. We offer two types of international delivery 1) Royal Mail international airmail charged at £5.90. 2) Royal Mail international Airsure/ Tracked charged at £11.90.
You can check your delivery options upon checkout.
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