Get hold of the monster from the classic video game Doom in real life through this mini cacodemon coin bank.
The mini cacodemon coin bank is made of hard plastic, from its sharp-pointy horns to those crooked fangs.
This item is extremely detailed and specific. The design successfully captures the menacing look of the devil.
Oh yes, lest we forget, it’s coin bank too and is meant to hold your savings more than to be a terrifying accent piece in your bedroom.
The mini cacodemon coin bank is 6 inches tall and 5 inches in diameter. It’s about as small as a softball and no bigger than the average size of an adult’s palm.
To reiterate, this mini cacodemon coin bank is hard vinyl, horns, and teeth are sharp. No part of the coin bank is soft or squishy, which means it’s not meant for a children’s toy as much as it’s a coin bank.
We think this item is the best gift for any Doom fan. They may not use it as a coin bank, but it makes for a perfect addition to their Doom collections.
Cacodemons are seen in almost all Doom games. The earliest known appearance of the devil was in the Doom version, released in May 1993. The evil is also the mascot of the first-ever Doom game.
While the creature is linked to gaming, the cacodemon is actually of Ancient Greek origin. While 12th century Old English defined cacodemon as an evil spirit, Ancient Greek defines demon as a mere spirit. The term was used in a neutral sense, and it’s neither bad or good.
That bit of info there will come handy if in case your mom or grandma asked you to throw away this mini cacodemon coin bank. It’s not a symbol of the devil, something which we guess will be the first impression you’ll be getting from the folks.
|Dimension||5.6 x 5.1 x 5.9 in|
|Recommended Age||7 years and older|
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