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8-bit Menorah: Pixelated Miracle

by Paul Strauss
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Hanukkah 2015 is just a few weeks away, but there’s still enough time to buy a new menorah if your old one is looking a little worn out. Being a total ’80s geek, I can think of no better way to celebrate the holiday than with this 8-bit Menorah.

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With a pixelated look from the base all the way through the blinky LED candles, it’s a great way to celebrate the tradition, and not have to worry about starting a fire.

Just don’t expect these candles to burn all night long. It runs on AAA batteries, and should provide about 30 to 50 minutes of light for each of the eight nights of Hanukkah. It’s too bad they didn’t include a way to plug it in.

Regardless, the 8-bit Menorah is pretty awesome. Head on over to ThinkGeek now, where you can grab one for just $29.99(USD).

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