Inception Stainless Steel Spinning Top For $16 + Free Shipping

Posted: Sep 25 2010, 1:28pm CDT | by , in Shopping | Toys

 

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Meritline.com offers this Inception Stainless Steel Spinning Top for $15.99. With free shipping, that's $9 off and the lowest total price we could find for such a totem. A similar item was used in the movie Inception by Dom Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio). Note that it may not accurately determine if you're asleep or not, and may cause you to fight with your friends about the possibility that it wobbled a little bit and what you're seeing is real life, not a dream like everyone assumes. (However, if you're able to spin the top in the first place, it's probably a safe bet that you're awake.)

Expect this item to take two to three weeks to arrive.

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