This Portal 2 Replica Turret Will Silently Protect Your Loved Ones for $300. Sound is Extra.

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Gaming Heads, the creators of fine Team Fortress 2 statuary, opens the valve on its new Portal 2 line with this gorgeous 16-inch turret replica, ready to fill speaking and non-speaking roles in your home security regime, depending on how much you're willing to invest.

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Can you really put a price tag on quality replica home security? Well yes, you can, and that price tag is $300. That money can secure you one of 750 Portal 2 turrets upon their Q4 2012 release, packed lovingly in foam with a certificate that ensures that this is a high quality product and not something you made in shop class.

Just look at this thing. Are you not pleased to the tune of $300?

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Perhaps you need to see a more detailed view. Did I mention the motion sensor activated light?

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Still not convinced? What's wrong with you? You act as if you don't have $300 to toss about frivolously on video game paraphernalia.

I can understand that, so I won't even tell you about the Gaming Heads exclusive edition, which adds voices from the game to the statue for a mere $30 extra. It's limited to 350 pieces; you probably couldn't have secured one in time anyway.

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DISCUSSION

Out of their minds. There have been toy "room monitors" for ages now. Darth Vader that starts to breathe and swings his light saber around, sith spy droids and any number of other things. All for waaaay less than three hundred bones. I'd be all over this for fifty, or even seventy-five if the turret opened and closed. A polystone statue? No thanks.