razer-chroma-mugIt seems to be a habit of Razer’s where every year they will create a couple of extremely limited edition non-gaming products and give them away as lucky draw prizes to fans. Last year Razer announced the Chroma Mug (pictured above) which is basically a flask with a flashy-looking base that offers up the same light show as Razer’s other Chroma products.

If you missed out on the opportunity to win one for yourself, not to worry as it seems that one Razer fan who won the product is now selling it on eBay where unfortunately it comes with a price tag of £350 (at this time of writing). However given that it is a limited edition product we guess some collectors might be able to justify its price tag.

The listing was also spotted by Razer’s CEO Min-Liang Tan who posted about it on Facebook  where he acknowledged the humor in the listing’s description. “Generally I would be offended to see our gifts put on eBay, but his description wins the internets so I’m going to close one eye and assume it’s a gamer fallen on hard times and that this sale will bring him back to gaming glory.”

Part of the description reads, “The luxurious packaging includes the mug, the warming plate (powered by USB – aka Unyielding Sexy Brewtime) which contains the tasty RGB goodness via the Chroma ring, that can even be synced with your other Razer peripherals to enjoy all the benefits of RGB super-exposure. The package also includes a pair of stickers, a manual and most importantly, a personal message from our lord & saviour – Min-Liang Tan. It is said that only he can see in true 8K 200FPS at all times, and that he can turn anything he touches into Chroma certified products.”

As for those who don’t live in the UK, not to worry as it seems that the seller is willing to ship it internationally. If you’d like to place a bid for it, you can do so by heading on over to its eBay listing for the details.

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