Top Five Tron:Legacy Movie Inspired Finds
This years much expected movie "Tron:Legacy" has already been released as a surprise Christmas gift. I have not watched the movie yet. Being a big fan of Sci-Fi movies, I am not going to miss this movie definately. I have gathered some interesting findings that are inspired by the movie, which in turn will inspire to watch and enjoy the movie too. Hope you will like the list.
Another Tron:Legacy Bike
This time toymaker Spin Master produced a replica of Tron:Legacy Bike. The toymaker got the licensing rights of the movie and produced such a replica to promote the movie. However, this life-size version replica was not produced for sale.
Tron Motorcycle Suits
Lets take a brake from bikes. Now its turn for biker gears. UD Replicas has designed motorcycle suits for bike lovers. There are two sets of suits available for male and female riders. As worn by the movie characters Sam Flynn and Quorra, these limited edition bike gears won't come cheap. A piece costs more than $900 and also features materials that give you a real riding experience.
Tron Gaming Peripherals
Razer has also come-up with Tron movie inspired gaming peripherals that give you an ultimate gaming experience. Featuring the glowing blue lines , which is an iconic symbol of the movie, the gaming peripherals include a keyboard with programmable keys, macro keys, a mouse with gaming sensor and a detachable number pad.
If you are planning to watch the movie in a theatre, then you might consider to use the "Adidas Tron:Legacy Shoes". Adidas has already released the sneaker in the market. The sneaker glows blue in the dark but in reality it does not employ any built-in lights. It glows due to glow-in-the-dark stitching.
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