Thanos’ Infinity Gauntlet from Avengers: Infinity War is now out for you to own but this time it’s in the form of a mood lamp. Yes, you read it right. You can pop in three AA batteries and even plug the Gauntlet into a free USB port.
You may order the Marvel Thanos Infinity Gauntlet Mood lamp by clicking here for $39.99. Here’s the full list of specs:
• Batteries: 3 AA (not included)
• Alternately can be powered via USB with a 5V / 1A micro-USB cable (not included)
• Dimensions: 6 1/2″ wide x 10″ tall x 4 3/4″ deep
• Weight: just over a pound (no batteries)
• Marvel Thanos Gauntlet Mood Lamp
• Officially-licensed Avengers: Infinity War merchandise
• A ThinkGeek / GameStop exclusive
• Infinity Gauntlet whose gems light up when turned on
• 6 white LEDs inside
• Perfect for fans of Marvel or super-villains
• Materials: Rotary-molded PVC
The Marvel’s Legend Series Infinity Articulated Electronic Fist Gauntlet by Hasbro is also in stock on Amazon for $99.95 with free shipping. You can also buy it on Walmart with no shipping charges. In case, it’s sold out, you can pre-order here, as the next batch is slated for an October arrival.
The official description for the Infinity Gauntlet Articulated Electronic Fist is:
“A Mad Titan. Six Infinity Stones that control the multi-verse. One mission to destroy the galaxy, another to save it. A team of heroes ready for the fight. Whoever wields the Infinity Gauntlet wields the fate of the universe! Bring one of the most powerful weapons in the Marvel Universe to life! With this premium Infinity Gauntlet Articulated Electronic Fist from the Marvel Legends Series, lift up the power of the Infinity Stones and imagine taking control of the galaxy with the notorious gauntlet worn by the supreme being, Thanos. Inspired by the Avengers: Infinity War movie, this Infinity Gauntlet from the Marvel Legends Series features premium design and styling, as well as intricate detailing on the gauntlet and 6 light-up Infinity Stones. Features pulsating light effects, movie-inspired sounds, and individually articulated finger movement, as well as a fist-lock feature for display.”