Thinkgeek Portal 2 turret is a semi-autonomous death-ray for the 99%

Everyone knows Portal 2 toys are delightful – but as those of us who sometimes open our wallets to see a little cartoon moth fly out can attest, living under the constant protection of futuristic security-bots can be a bit pricey. Thankfully, our continued monitoring of the “Portal toys for real folks” market has finally yielded this tres accessible sentry turret.

Thinkgeek is letting these 40” turrets go for $24.95 apiece, which is less money than you'd expect to pay for a version made entirely of ones and zeroes. Admittedly, the latter purchase (that is, of Portal 2 itself) would come with all manner of Wheatlies and Propulsion Gels and whatever-else-have-you... but this one will float if you throw it in a pool, and is just waiting for you to do ingenious and appropriately frivolous things with it.

Warning: if you actually set this turret to guard your real possessions, frankly you deserve to be worrying about whether $25 is too much to pay for a piece of inflatable Aperture Science magic.


  • talleyXIV - March 22, 2012 3:37 p.m.

    $25 is still a little bit ridiculous. I would buy the game again before buying this.
  • Genericide - March 22, 2012 11:44 a.m.

    Okay I can't resist mentioning: Portal 2 is on sale on Steam right this very moment for $10. That is, it's 50% off its normal price of...$20. This is cute and all, nothing against it, but I find it amusing that an amazing award winning game at full price costs less than an inflatable piece of plastic related to it. Keep on being awesome Valve.
  • IceBlueKirby - March 21, 2012 10:52 p.m.

    Awesome. I'll totally buy one if I ever have a bigger room, but right now I don't have anywhere to put it, unfortunately.

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