If you have followed us for some time, you’ll know that we are big fans of Grid Studio’s products, we’ve been using them for years and have even purchased some ourselves in the past as gifts.
These frames also featured in our best retro gaming gifts article as they’re perfect for retro gaming rooms, offices and man caves should you have one!
Grid Studios have sponsored this article and wanted to inform Retro Dodo readers about their upcoming Black Friday deals.
Between 22nd November and 28th November Grid Studios have a Black Friday deal featuring 15% off all of their products.
Not only that, there are some bigger deals scattered throughout their site including the Original Game Boy Frame now dropping to just $169.
My personal favourite deals of the week
- Grid Game Boy Now Only $169 (Reduced from $299)
- 15% OFF Xbox Duke Controller Grid Now $169 (Reduced From $199)
- 15% OFF SEGA Dreamcast Controller Now $179 (Reduced From $229)
- Super Famicom Controller Now $147 (Reduced From $179)
- SEGA Game Gear Handheld Frame Now $199 (Reduced From $229)
- Sony PSP 1000 Frame Now $199 (Reduced From $229)
Each Grid Studios Frame comes surrounded in a beautiful branded wrapping paper, with a candle wax seal of approval, making it a visually pleasing gift to receive for Christmas.
In each frame the consoles are spread across the square (or rectangle) face in a taxidermy style with added details and information to intrigue those who want a closer look.
I have had some of my frames for well over two years and none of the pieces have fell off. They are attached to the back with a super strong glue to keep it in place for eternity.
On the back you’ll find an available hook, but in all honesty I use command strips to keep them in place. Some of my frames are also just sat on a shelf, so there’s many ways to display them.
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A 31 year old British fella that’s had a Gameboy ever since he was a child. Brandon is the founder of RetroDodo and has created a YouTube channel with 260,000 subscribers dedicated to retro gaming products. He now wants to create the No.1 site to showcase the latest retro products from around the globe.