Batman: Power to the People Light Makes Any Desk Heroic

Price: $36.99

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If you’re looking for a cool way to liven up your bedside table or workspace, Merchoid has just the thing. The site is selling a badass Batman: Power to the People light that’s both heroic and helpful.

The Batman: Power to the People light stands about 8 inches tall, so it’s a good size without being imposing. The light features Batman in his typical garb. Gray costume, black cape, and cowl, yellow utility belt. The vigilante is posed with a Batarang in hand to let would be villains known he’s ready and waiting.

Merchoid’s Batman: Power to the People light features touch on and touch off functionality that is powered via a micro USB cable. And this awesome light is officially licensed so you know it isn’t some cheap knock-off attempt.

You don’t have to be Bruce Wayne to afford this bad boy either. The Batman: Power to the People light is available for $36.99 with Merchoid offering free shipping to the U.S. and Canada. If you’re unhappy with your purchase for whatever reason, the site has a 100 day “easy, no hassle” return policy too.

With just 7 weeks until Christmas, this Batman: Power to the People light could be the perfect gift for someone amongst your friends and family. But if you’re rather get something Batman oriented other than a light, checkout our previous posts detailing our other finds.

There’s a great Batman: The Animated Series Joker action figure. An adorable yet fearsome Batman Yellow Lantern XXRay figure. And even a really dope retro Christmas ornament featuring the Adam West and Burt Ward iterations of Batman and Robin riding in their Batcycle. Take a peek and make someone’s Christmas even more amazing.

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Jeff Scott
Growing up a 90's kid, Jeff found his love for gaming during Nintendo's heyday. Because of that, you could (perhaps sadly) call him a "Nintendo Fanboy" to this day.

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