WTF Video Game Item of the Month – Jan 2018


WTF Video Game Item of the Month – Jan 2018

A new year, a new month, and a new WTF Video Game Item of the Month – Jan 2018!

Today we got something big, something bulky, and something that looks incredibly awkward.

Here is the WTF Video Game Item of the Month – Jan 2018:

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It’s a Fallout Nuka Cola Pip-Boy 3D Officially Licensed Rare Vault Tec Ceramic Mug. It’s big and super ugly.

Here’s the product specs:

Product Specifications

  • Fallout Pip Boy Molded Mug
  • Officially-licensed Fallout merchandise
  • Capacity: 48 oz.
  • Materials: 100% ceramic
  • Great for holding drinks that aren’t irradiated
  • Care Instructions: Hand wash only. Not microwave safe.
  • Dimensions: 6″ tall x 4 1/4″ diameter base (not including Pip Boy detail protruding from the side)
  • Ages 12+

So here’s the thing. This coffee mug is huge, and I can imagine it’s not light. If the capacity is 48 oz., god knows how much more it will weigh with a full mug.

So not only does this look awkward, but imagine trying to lift a full mug and trying to drink from it. I’m a big fan of Fallout, but for some reason this mug doesn’t do it for me.

But it might for you!

The Fallout Pip-Boy Coffee mug is the WTF Video Game Item of the Month – Jan 2018.

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