Miniature Replica Portal Gun Now On Think Geek

Miniature Replica Portal Gun Now On Think Geek

Think Geek now selling Portal 2 Miniature Replica Portal Gun. Portal 2 Miniature Replica Portal Gun is for you. Coming in at a foot long and weighing just one pound, this miniature tool of Science looks great on your desk, displayed on a shelf with your Companion Cube, or perched on your mantel. A three-way switch lets you select the orange or blue LED, which corresponds with the sound effects when you pull the trigger. It’s the perfect gift for any fan of the Portal video game series and arrives in a handsome full-color gift box.

At $60, the bite-sized gun features accurately colored lighting effects, portal-specific sounds and articulating zero-point energy manipulator claws, just like the bigger, sold-out versions. It also includes a display stand, which will be helpful if you’re the first type of person we mentioned above. At just 12-inches, however, its cosplay potential is limited to children, as standard ASHPD measures 30-inches long.

They say: “It ain’t the length of you Aperture Science Handheld Portal Device; it’s the momentum cancelling abilities of your Advanced Knee Replacements.” Or something. Dont forget to look at the video and specs.

Product Specifications

  • WARNING: Choking hazard. Small parts. Not for children under 3.
  • Recommended ages: 14+
  • Miniature Handheld Portal Device, perfect for your desktop
  • Fully-functional! (Except for the portal-creating part…)

Features:

  • Orange and blue LED lights
  • Unique sounds that correspond to each color
  • 3 way switch: blue, orange, off
  • Pull the trigger to activate the “firing” and sound
  • Extendible & posable claws
  • Officially licensed Portal 2 collectible, designed at ThinkGeek
  • Display stand included
  • Comes in a handsome, full-color gift box
  • Materials: Plastic
  • Batteries: 3 AA (not included)
  • Dimensions: approx. 12″ long, approx 5″ tall when seated on base
  • Weight: 1 lb.

Here is the video

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