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The Electric Playground Launches New Topper for The Big Lebowski Pinball Machine 🎳

We've got Topper Talk to kick off the post-Thanksgiving week. This morning The Electric Playground, maker of aftermarket toppers for Twilight Zone and Godzilla, revealed its third product - a topper for The Big Lebowski pinball machine.


Limited to 100 individually numbered units, this new TBL topper features "120+ LEDs (all externally powered), 15 printed cast acrylic panels feature original artwork by Rob Jordan, and a “B  O  W  L” intermittent light show,  simulating the classic look and feel of Route 66 bowling alley marquees."


The topper also includes ten interactive lights that correspond to the five bowling ball inserts and five character inserts on the playfield.


Priced at $1,179, the new Lebowski topper is on sale for $1,099 on Cyber Monday only. The Electric Playground is also offering a non-interactive wall-art version of the topper for $779 ($699 on Cyber Monday).


The topper will begin shipping in February 2024 and the Company hopes to have all 100 units shipped out by May 2024.


While it's obviously significantly more expensive than the flat plastic weed topper that Laseriffic sells for The Big Lebowski that so many people have on their games, to me The Electric Playground topper is soooo much better.


Below are pictures of the new topper and a link to its page on The Electric Playground website.















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Tilted
Tilted
27 nov 2023

Nice! That’s an interesting way of powering the topper and not pulling from the game’s power. Very cool!

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Tilted
Tilted
27 nov 2023

Externally powered 🤔. Would need to safely wire into the power supply circuit that comes from the main switch power so the topper powers on/off with the game. Alternatively, both the game and topper could be plugged into a switched power source. Don’t know why having to turn both on independently would annoy me, but it would.

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Rob Rath
Rob Rath
27 nov 2023
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It turns on with the game. It’s activated by a light sensor that comes with the topper and is mounted inside the machine. What this is meant to clarify is that it’s not drawing power from the game itself. Will update the description.

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