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Fallout 76 Glowing Vault Boy Lamp Lights up the Wasteland

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Celebrate Fallout 76 the right way by buying this glowing Vault Boy LED lamp and displaying it proudly in your own personal vault. It glows a nice radioactive green like it is powered from 100 radroaches, so it will make you feel like you are right in the game.

The USB-powered lamp doesn’t appear to give off a ton of light so, you probably won’t be able to read with it, but it does set the Fallout mood nicely. It’s perfect for your desk, and is a good reminder to always prepare for the apocalypse. Anyway, it’s always nice to have a Vault Boy around giving you the thumbs up for a job well done.

So kick back, grab yourself a Nuka Cola and fire up the game, while bathed in the warm glow of this awesome lamp. Normally you should stay away from glowing green objects, boys and girls, but in this case I think it’s alright. And if I’m wrong? Well, you’ll probably get awesome superpowers. Or a nasty gross mutation of some sort. Could go either way honestly, but at least you have a chance at leveling up.

This official Fallout 76 lamp will cost you $40 and is available for preorder from Geekstore.

[Geekologie] via [The Awesomer]



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