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Robot Lamp Says: Light My Shiny Metal Ass

by Paul Strauss
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Affirmative. Yes, affirmative. I must have a pair of these metallic robot lamps flanking the sides of my bed.

With a retro style reminiscent of a 1950s robot movie (or Jemaine and Bret dressed in tin foil wrapped cardboard boxes depending on your point of view), these nifty bedside lamps are actually made out of ceramic with a metallic silver coating. The lamps measure about 17″ tall, so they’re substantial enough to put in your living room if you’d rather not worry about a pair of robots coming to life and killing you in your sleep. And now, enjoy this brief musical interlude…

(If you’re feeling more whimsical, you can put some mutton chops and chunky black glasses on the left one, and a scraggly hair helmet on the other.)

While I’d rather that the robots themselves lit up, I think I can forgive the ugly bulb and lampshade sticking out of the top of its head. Available from Urban Outfitters for just $30.

[via GeekSugar]

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