Bet you want these really cool Coca-Cola bottles if you are a die-hard Star Wars fan.
Coca-Cola Singapore is teaming up with 7-Eleven to launch a limited edition release of Star Wars-themed bottles from 6 December this week.
There will only be 8,000 of them available up for grabs.
No batteries required
Conceptualised and created here by Coca-Cola Singapore, these unique bottles feature Rey and Kylo Ren carrying the iconic blue and red lightsabers.
While they look like the typical themed bottles we have seen in the past, the lightsabers actually light up via a special OLED (without any batteries) when you squeeze on the labels.
Here’s a gif animation showing how it works.
They even come in a pair of special storage boxes with Jedi Order logo and stormtrooper motifs.
These limited edition Coca-Cola bottles will, however, require true fans to go through some work to get them.
According to Geek Culture, Coca-Cola Singapore will be hosting a Galactic Hunt over 3 weekends (Fri – Sun) from 6 to 22 December and fans will need to figure out secret locations of the hunt by solving riddles through the official campaign site.
Here’s a quick breakdown on how to take part:
- Each day, there will be five secret locations that will be activated from 12pm to 8pm, where there will be a gatekeeper for the lighted bottles.
- The gatekeeper will hand you a special pass that will allow you to purchase a lighted bottle from a nearby 7-Eleven outlet.
- To figure out where the secret gatekeepers are, you will have to solve a riddle on Coca-Cola Singapore’s Facebook and Instagram or the official campaign website.
H/T: Photos of Star Wars Coca-Cola Bottles by Geek Culture.
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