Again, when I visited the Star-Wars exposition this summer, I took a photo of Lando Calrissian's costume.

Lando's costume

I noticed the nice wrist device and made a close up of it :

Close-up image

Unitl now, I thought it was the Wrist link he used to call Lobot, but I just watched the scene and noticed it's not the same device :

Lando's Wrist link

What exactly is this wrist device on the costume?

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    The first photo is Lando's general costume in Return of the Jedi. The blue costume with the wrist link is from Empire Strike Back.
    – Force Flow
    Dec 20, 2012 at 17:44
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    It's just another comm link of different design, Dec 20, 2012 at 18:43
  • Are you guys sure it's not just the Star Wars equivalent of 'Gangsta Bling'? Lando was after all a bit of a bad boy in his past...
    – user11154
    Dec 21, 2012 at 11:18
  • It's a FitBit. Cheap Chinese knockoff of one, anyway.
    – Hack-R
    Sep 16, 2016 at 4:39

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The Star Wars: The Visual Dictionary factbook describes it as a "Wrist Comlink". There's no specific indication why he changed from his old model to this newer one.

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As @spicey noted in the comment, it's still a wrist link, just a different model.

As noted in the article you linked to, there were many different wrist links. The one in the picture may have been "rebel leader" model (Bail Organa had a wrist link as well), or simply an updated iPhone device. Think of it as TGFFA smartphone.

  • In addition, every single detailed review of "General Lando Calrissian" Hasbro figure from Vintage Collection also mentions the wrist communicator/link. Hard to say how canonical that is. Dec 21, 2012 at 4:33

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