If it’s true that ‘your focus determines your reality’ (- Qui-Gon Jinn), then there must’ve been A LOT of Star Wars fans focusing on relaxed flying rules for grenade-shaped collectables from Galaxy’s Edge.

Because that’s what happening! Aviation authorities in the US have reversed a decision to ban Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge drink bottles shaped like thermal detonators aka grenades from aircraft.

The decision comes less than a week after the Transport Security Administration (TSA) said that the exclusive Galaxy’s Edge California and Florida merchandise wouldn’t be permitted in carry-on or checked baggage.

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TSA said the ban was introduced because the bottles resembled explosives and created potential security risks. However, the security agency has now decided that they can be packed into checked-in, not carry-on.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, a TSA Spokesperson explained that following a review, security officers have been advised to treat the bottles as “oversized liquid” as they exceed the 100mm limit.

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“TSA officers will maintain the discretion to prohibit any item through the screening checkpoint if they believe it poses a security threat.”

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The popular Star Wars collectible is exclusively available at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in California and Flordia. It’s shaped to look like thermal detonators used throughout the franchise and feature the words ‘Coca-Cola’, ‘Diet Coke’ and ‘Sprite’ in the Aurebesh language.