15 Rejected Star Wars Merchandise Items That You'd Love To Buy

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Imagine a world in which you could grab a cold beer from your Han Solo in Carbonite mini-fridge and recline into the fat of a Jabba the Hutt bean bag chair after a long day of work.

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A long, long time ago, toy designer Jason Geyer had the opportunity to create merchandise for Star Wars: Episode One, The Phantom Menace. Geyer and his team came up with hundreds of incredible ideas for Star Wars products.

While LucasFilm and Pepsi produced a light saber flashlight and a Jar Jar Binks soda bottle topper, the glorious Princess Leia headphones and many other amazing ideas never made it into the production.

Geyer posted many of the rejected concepts—most of which were killed at lower levels and never even made it to Lucasfilms or Pepsi execs—on Actionfigureinsider.com.

Who wouldn't want to recline in the fat of Jabba the Hutt?

He's so squishable.

For the tween girl demographic.

Fashion forward.

No wonder he had difficulty breathing...

Star Wars -themed BBQ, anyone?

Han Solo mini-fridge.

When else can you appropriately lick Harrison Ford?

For lounging around the house.

A strong part of the storm troopers' exercise regime.


Putting R2-D2 to use.

Bring Darth to the country club.

Darth Vader door knocker.

And finally, Star Wars sun shields for your car.

Now for an idea that should have been rejected.

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