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Robot Bookshelf

By: on February 17, 2013
  • Robot Bookshelf
  • Robot Bookshelf
  • Robot Bookshelf
$1,649
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Kids, geeks, and lonely female cyborgs, I believe this robot bookshelf may pique your interest. Though not fitted with any mechanical parts, ATLAS still manages to demonstrate respectable robot handiness and wisdom with his 9-shelved body primed to hold your most precious bound volumes of adventure, intrigue, discovery, and step-by-step guides on how to score chicks and infiltrate the secret society of pickup artists. It can also serve as a Robo-bar, proudly displaying sci-fi drinking accessories, such as Vaportini inhalers, human heart wine carafes, and mad scientist absinthe kits.

Machined in engineered wood sheet and finished in silver-metallic paint with either blue or red accents, the robot bookshelf is as much a sculpture as a utilitarian piece of furniture. At least that's what married men can tell their wives whilst getting the beatdown for buying one.

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