PRODUCTS PlayStation Alarm Clock £24.99

Back in the day, you used to wake up and hit the PlayStation immediately. Straight on Crash Bandicoot, or Resi 2. Now you can literally hit the PlayStation when you arise. Because it woke you up. Well, technically you’ll be hitting the controller, not the console itself. But the concept remains the same. In case you hadn’t already gathered, this is an alarm clock in the design of a PlayStation controller. What a sick gift for gamers, or even just someone who longs for the trill of an authentic alarm clock rather than their iPhone’s ‘radar’. We’re not about to put style over substance, though. This thing is USB powered (cable included), has a reverse LED screen with a backlight and makes classic beeping alarm sounds. Truly a digital alarm clock for the ages.

Product features: PlayStation alarm clock

Officially licensed Sony merch, nice USB-powered, cable included Backlit LED display

Dimensions: Measures approximately 17cm (H) x 13cm (W) x 9cm (D) Rocket 3D Mug £13.99

• Rocket Raccoon, immortalised in ceramic • A 3D rendering of everyone’s favourite marksman mammal

• A caffeinated tribute to the Guardians of the Galaxy • Nice big handle for comfortable carrying • Groot not included

Finally, you can drink your morning brew out of a 3D version of everyone’s favourite raccoon. Just don’t call it that or it’ll get offended.

Unlike the real Rocket, this delightful mug may not be able to any good at handling weapons or strategizing attacks or piloting a spacecraft, but it’s bloody good at holding a generous amount of hot drink.

Be sure not to put any booze in this mug unless you want it to become emotional about the torture it once endured.

Less detail and specification Please note:

Rocket shouldn’t go in the dishwasher or microwave

You know what he’s like, too highly strung for that sort of thing

Product features: • Rocket, but in mug form • 3D version of Rocket’s head • Official Guardians of the Galaxy merch

• Standard mug

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