When it comes to Pokemon, there are quite a few options for decorating the home. Now even more selections have been made available, with new Pokemon alarm clocks and LED lanterns on the way.
The new alarm clocks feature designs with Charmander, Eevee, and Pikachu. Eevee sits politely on top of a standard alarm clock. Charmander and Pikachu are both cutely snoozing draped over a Pokeball alarm clock that shows the time, date, room temperature, and also features an FM radio.
The standalone Pokemon LED lanterns feature designs of Jigglypuff, Pikachu, and Snorlax. The lanterns are battery powered, can be controlled with a remote control, and feature multiple lighting levels, making them appropriate nightlights.
The lanterns and alarm clocks are available for pre-order now from Merchoid. The alarm clocks start at $48 for Eevee, with the Pikachu and Charmander models coming in at $54. The lanterns start at $48 for Jigglypuff, Snorlax, and the snoozing Pikachu, whereas the upright, larger 16" Pikachu costs a whopping $78. They aren't cheap, but they're also officially licensed Pokemon merchandise.
The classic designs will no doubt please gamers, especially considering the recent uproar over Game Freak's decision-making. While many gamers are still eagerly awaiting the next installment of Pokemon, the developer made waves by announcing that not all Pokemon will return to Pokemon Sword & Shield. Gamers who expected to be able to catch and transfer any Pokemon they wanted from prior iterations are understandably upset about the choice, but Game Freak isn't budging on the decision.
The good news for fans of older Pokemon is that the mobile Pokemon Masters game will bring back some familiar faces. Red and Blue - the original game versions of Ash and Gary - will both be in the game, as well as the original gym leaders from the Kanto Region. Of course, those trainers will be utilizing their iconic Pokemon, like Brock's Onix and Misty's Starmie, which should make it a nostalgic experience for fans of the original Pokemon Red & Blue.
Fans who want to pick up one of these iconic Pokemon creations should hurry to do so, as there are a limited quantity of pre-orders available.