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Evolution of Gaming Soap Set: Where’S My Atari 2600?

by Paul Strauss

We’ve featured the realistic gaming controller soaps from DigitalSoaps before, but this bundle they’re offering really caught my eye.

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Basically, it’s a set of 8 controller soaps, including all of the following:

  • A realistic Xbox controller replica, Mountain Dew scented.
  • A hefty, 9 ounce black PlayStation controller replica, black tea scented.
  • A Wiimote controller replica soap scented with coconut lime verbena fragrance oil.
  • A realistic Dreamcast controller, green apple candy scented. A giant 11 ounces!!
  • A 6-button SEGA Genesis controller, watermelon scented.
  • A larger, three button SEGA Genesis controller (9 ounces), rich dark chocolate scented.
  • A realistic SNES controller replica with full color massaging buttons. Green apple candy scented.
  • A realistic NES controller replica, Mountain Dew scented.

Of course, I don’t know if I could bring myself to spend $105 (USD) on 8 bars of soap, but if you have the spare change, you can grab this over at Digitalsoaps Etsy shop.

The only thing missing is the Atari 2600 joystick soap, which you can always pick up here for just $3 bucks if you need to finish your video game themed bathroom ensemble.



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