Forget SpongeBob or Darth Vader. The coolest lunchbox we've ever seen is made out of a classic Nintendo Entertainment System.
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He told Mashable he'd found the non-working console for sale for $10. Since it was too badly damaged to ever play games again, Stanstanlol tried to come up with other uses for a busted NES.
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"I had a friend years ago who used his Nintendo as a hiding spot from his parents. I didn't need a plastic safe, so my wife and I bounced ideas around," he said. "Turns out the lunchbox HAS been done before, but we thought we stumbled on something unique. I guess almost nothing is unique after the system has been out for about a quarter century."
Stanstanlol's wife is just as crafty; he posted pictures in the thread of a lamp she's created out of an NES Zapper light gun. For his next project, he says he's trying to decide what to do with a Nintendo 64 console with similar hardware damage.
Check out the photos above of this awesome conversion.
Photos courtesy of Stanstanlol
This story originally published on Mashable here.
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