Because surely there must be lumberjacks and psycho-killers out there who might prefer to dress in pink, right?
This is just wrong. A Hello Kitty Chainsaw. I wonder what other kind of tools could look this bad in Hello Kitty pink… A Hello Kitty Jack Hammer perhaps? Maybe a set of needle-nose pliers? What do you think?
If you collect Hello Kitty Watches, you should not miss the Autumn-Winter collection of Hello Kitty timewear from Citizen. I hope it rocks your boat because I could never understand the appeal of this kiddy brand. But I digress, everyone has their own taste in things and it’s only right that I, blogger of this blog, remain as Switzerland-y as possible after expressing my views.
The Casio Exilim 720’s has been conquered and has now been renamed as the Hello Kitty Camera. Now it’s anyone’s cue to say “NNOOOooooo”. Anyway, besides it pink exterior with sickly cute Hello Kitties on the corner the camera, it still takes 7.2MP pictures. The camera makes weird Hello Kitty noises during start up. You would have to be a REAL fanatic of Hello Kitty to buy this.
It’s unavoidable if you’re in the land of the rising sun. Hello Kitty is everywhere fueled by the rage of its fans, worldwide. Well, for you Hello Kitty fanatics out there, I have a new item, discovered from Popgadget, from Hello Kitty’s vault, a pure gold plated deck of playing cards! It’s to celebrate the pussy cat’s 33rd anniversary and gold is obviously the way to go. I am sure fans will be collecting this for their Hello Kitty altar right now.
You can get your personal Hello Kitty deck at Sanrio Online Shop in Japan for 567,000 yen (about $4,900). It’s 99.99% pure gold – might be a great investment to have gold cards hanging around, really. Besides the cute factor, that is.
This tiniest grand piano in the world belongs to Hello Kitty. And tell me if that is not the most inane thing in the world? Nevertheless, I am sure it’s sheer size entertains lots of people. The piano works just like a regular sized one, it’s just a mini, mini version of the normal grand piano – weighs only 7lbs. You can play on the keys with toothpicks if you want or you can just let it play automatically. The choice is yours!
The mini grand piano is set to be out in Fall this year for a hefty $550 each. What’s with the obsession with miniature stuff, guys? Seriously.
Check out the Hello Kitty Tiniest Grand Piano in action:
Check out more info about this piano from GizmoDiva.