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Gundam Head Ashtray: Who’s Been Putting Their Coals Out in My Mobile Suit?

by Paul Strauss
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I don’t know if you’ve noticed this, but Japan can be a weird place. At least if you judge the country strictly by the oddball gadgets and toys that they release, on a regular basis, they are. Take, for example, this wacky bit of Gundam-inspired schwag from the island nation.

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What you’re looking at here is the brand-spanking-new Gundam Illumination Ashtray. Based on either the head of Zaku II (MS-06S) or Gouf (MS-07B), these ashtrays are just the thing for the Gundam fan/smoker who has everything. And I’m sure you know dozens of people who fit that bill, right?

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They’re designed for use in your car, are easy to clean out, and even offers LED illumination so you can see where you’re stubbing out your cigarette butts.

Personally, if I did smoke, I’d rather have one that looks like a complete Mobile Suit, with all its weapons, instead of just a decapitated one. But if you don’t care, you can get your hands on one over at StrapyaWorld for about $35 (USD).

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