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Minecraft fanatics will try to build the torch by themselves, but it’s easier said than done. Luckily, our capitalistic society has done the dirty work for you, gathering enough charcoal and wood to produce the one torch that will keep your enemies from spawning. Woo-hoo!
The light-up Minecraft torch is an officially licensed ThinkGeek product powered by a set of AAA batteries. It’s great for creating a geek chic centerpiece or mounting on a wall to give a room that certain type of flare. Of course, it can be held and carried like the traditional torch as well. It turns on and off with the simple push of a button, making it the best nightlight for your little miner.
The torch is available through Amazon for just $15.99, while supplies last.
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