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Regal Robot's new Star Wars magnets include the Rancor Gate Control Switch and Skull

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Regal Robot’s new Star Wars magnets include the Rancor Gate Control Switch and Skull

An obscure but fun addition to any Star Wars Collection.

Regal Robot, a company that specializes in artistic and creative Star Wars collectables, continues to release a whole host of new products including two new magnets available starting today, March 22nd, with this month’s additions including an obscure but fun addition to any Star Wars Collection. These magnets, along with all of their other Star Wars goodies can be found on the Regal Robot Website.

Regal Robot's new Star Wars magnets include the Rancor Gate Control Switch and Skull
C-3PO Arm Magnet

Today Regal Robot is debuting two fun new designs. When it comes to our favorite films from a galaxy far, far away, the artists there believe that inspiration is truly in the details! Full galleries for each can be found on their Star Wars Art & Decor page, where you can shop the whole collection.

Regal Robot's new Star Wars magnets include the Rancor Gate Control Switch and Skull
C-3PO Arm Magnet

The first new magnetic mini sculpture from their clever SEPARATION COLLECTION, based on the many removed limbs from the films! The follow up to their Wampa™ Arm Magnet, and Luke Skywalker™ Hand Magnet is based on C-3PO’s arm from Star Wars: A New Hope™ and the scene where the Tusken Raiders™ attack, leaving the protocol droid’s arm in the sand. There are more magnets in this series coming soon, so stay tuned! 

Regal Robot's new Star Wars magnets include the Rancor Gate Control Switch and Skull
The Rancor Gate Control Magnet Set

The Rancor™ Gate Control Magnet Set is part of the expanding PARTS OF THE GALAXY line, inspired by the wonderful elements of the classic used-universe we all know and love. This special two-pack includes a magnet styled after the control panel from the rancor pit at the palace of Jabba the Hutt™(which was developed with a scan of the original film prop) and a second magnet based on the skull used by Luke Skywalker™ to cleverly defeat the beast in its lair.

Regal Robot's new Star Wars magnets include the Rancor Gate Control Switch and Skull
The Rancor Gate Control Magnet Set

Like most of Regal’s work, these are all designed, prototyped and produced in the USA. Each magnet is solid resin and hand painted by the artists in their New York studio. 

They’re in-stock and now shipping, so you can order these today to add them to your collection, home, office, man-cave or fridge! You can even get DISCOUNTED SHIPPING when you order two-or-more of their magnets at the same time! See the rest of the collection on our Star Wars Decor page! 

Regal Robot has a lot in the works for the coming months, so you may also want to join their email newsletter to be the first to hear about all of their upcoming new Star Wars creations!

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