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Eye of Sauron Desk Lamp

It’s April 1st, which means ThinkGeek has released some limited-time-only products today that are sure to leave you screaming WANT!!!

For instance, today a new product has appeared that will be greatly appealing to Lord Of The Rings fans: an Eye of Sauron Desk Lamp! Just take a look at the photo of the lamp here above. Do you not want this??? The eye is even pointed at the One Ring!

Be sure to click the “Buy Now” button on the product page. You can read more about the lamp here below, as well as the other amazing goodies special for today. Check it out soon, because it’s likely tomorrow they’ll be gone.

Some of the other products released today:

Legend of Penny t-shirt
Batman Family Car Decal Set
Bane Mask Walkie Talkies
Death Star Trench Toss
Aliens Chestburster-in-a-Can

Eye of Sauron Desk Lamp

In The Fellowship of the Ring, when Frodo saw the Dark Tower, all hope left him. We have to admit that if we saw a looming black fortress with a huge evil eye on top, we’d probably be in need of a new pair of pants.

Designer Richard Taylor and his team built a 9-foot tall “bigature” of Barad-dûr to use for filming The Lord of the Rings movies. For this collector’s edition desk lamp, artist David Tremont and his team scaled it down to just shorter than 21 inches high, the perfect height for a desk or side table lamp.

Sculpted from polystone and coated with a protective layer of polyurethane, each Eye of Sauron Desk Lamp is painted and finished by hand and features cutting-edge LED technology. Plug it into the wall and it will turn its roving eye toward anything it deems worth watching. Its gaze pierces cloud, shadow, earth, and flesh, so you should probably keep it away from children and hobbits.

An exact model of Barad-dûr, the Fortress of Sauron – but it’s a lamp!
Expertly recreated from the movie down to the finest detail.
Sculpted by artist David Tremont.
Materials: Polystone, polyurethane, dark magic.
Power: AC adapter included (120v).
Weight: 22 lbs.
Dimensions: 20.9″ x 18.1″ x 12.2″.

[Source: ThinkGeek]

2 Comments »

  1. How much does it cost, goddamnit!!!! :-)

    Comment by Christian Dixon — April 1, 2013 @ 11:32 pm

  2. Why is this not a real product!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    My Precious!!! I wants it.

    Comment by windozer — April 1, 2014 @ 12:40 am

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