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Culture: Awesome New Space Invaders Arcade Cabinet Backpack

Check out this awesome looking Space Invaders Arcade Cabinet Backpack from ThinkGeek. The bag even has what seem like a working coin slot, although no clue where it goes in the bag but maybe a built in bank?

$49.99

Hold all the necessities to keep an invading alien army at bay with the Space Invaders Arcade Cabinet Backpack. Plenty of pockets and sleeves to hold all your pew pew laser ammo for taking down small, large, and medium enemies. It also holds regular people stuff, too, for when you’re taking some time off, hiding behind the bases at the bottom of the screen. Added bonus – you can stick your finger in the quarter slot! That is not a euphemism.

Product Specifications

  • Space Invaders Arcade Cabinet Backpack
  • Officially-licensed Space Invaders merchandise
  • Store all your small, medium, and large invaders (and even the mystery ship) in an arcade-cabinet-style bag
  • Pockets everywhere: Main compartment, laptop sleeve, two front zip pockets, two open pockets on the side
  • Laptop sleeve secures with hook and loop strap
  • Silicone arcade cabinet buttons and insert quarter hole
  • Padded adjustable straps
  • Main compartment flap stays closed with magnets
  • Water resistant
  • Invader design on zippers
  • Materials: Polyester
  • Care Instructions: Hand wash with damp cloth and mild soap
  • Imported
  • Dimensions:
    • Exterior: 15″ x 11″ x 3″
    • Main compartment: 15″ x 11″ x 2″
    • Laptop sleeve: 14″ x 11″ x 1″
    • Large front pocket: 7″ x 11″ x 1/2″
    • Small front pocket: 5″ x 11″ x 1/2″
  • Ages 3+

 

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