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    Orbitkey introduces its Star Wars key organizer collection

    These key organizers feature designs inspired by iconic Star Wars characters.

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    Orbitkey introduced its new Star Wars key organizer collection, featuring four organizers with designs inspired by Star Wars characters.

    First up is a key organizer with a designed inspired by Din Djarin aka The Mandalorian. It features a charcoal-colored leather band, as well as a brown leather lining inside. The organizer also has Beskar-inspired silver polished hardware.

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    Next up is a key organizer that’s also from The Mandalorian, but this time it features a design based on Grogu (affectionately called “Baby Yoda” by fans). This key organizer is crafted with light tan suede with green stitching as well as a green leather lining. It also has silver hardware that evokes the Razor Crest’s components.

     

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    If you want something with a bit more visual flair, there’s the Boba Fett-inspired key organizer. It features a camo nylon band, maroon leather lining, and gunmetal hardware which take inspiration from Boba Fett’s helmet and chest plate.

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    Finally, we have the Emperor key organizer, inspired by the Sith Lord, Palpatine. It is made of black saffiano leather with deep purple stitching and leather lining, evoking Palpatine’s Sith robes.

    The Star Wars x Orbitkey Collection is available for pre-order at orbitkey.com in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, The US and other countries. Each organizer is priced at AU$54.90 / US$44.90 / CA$69.90. Pre-orders will ship from May 25, 2022.

    In the Philippines, the Star Wars key organizer is available for pre-order at Urban Traveller & Co. for PHP 2,500. Pre-order items will be delivered on June 1, 2022.

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    Nicolo Manaloto
    Nicolo Manaloto
    UnGeek's resident editor who is obsessed with anything and everything Death Stranding. He is also a big fan of the Yakuza series, and is a weaboo in denial.

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