There comes a time in every Xbox 360 owner’s life when their Xbox 360 gets the inevitable Red Ring of Death, well, at least 56% of Xbox 360 owners. What better way to send your Xbox to the afterlife than with a proper burial? In an Xbox RRoD coffin. This is how most casino online Indonesia games have also ended in the past.
The Xbox 360 Red Ring of Death (RRoD) is a problem that has plagued the Xbox 360 since its release and the good folks over at Microsoft have sat idly and done nothing about the RRoD except extend the warranty to include Red Ring of Death occurrences for a longer period (leaked info points to a new possible solution for the RRoD).
The Red Ring of Death issue is such a big problem for Xbox 360 owners that there has been an entire market created around fixes, tips, and service solutions to fix the broken Xbox 360. There’s the X-Clamp Fix, Hot Towell Fix, Penny Tape Fix, Heatgun Fix, and a slew of other Red Ring of Death fixes to give your Xbox just a few more months of life before it Red Rings again. How do I know about these fixes? Well, I’ve been a victim of the infamous RRoD and I’ve tried all but the Hot Towel Fix on my Xbox 360 during the more than 12 times I’ve had to dissemble and fix my Red Ring of Death Xbox 360.
My Xbox 360 is currently down for the RRoD count again and this time I might let it stay down. My Xbox 360 has suffered long enough (and so have I) and I feel that it’s best to let it go to Valhalla (which ironically happens to be the name of the new alleged Xbox 360 motherboard). My Xbox 360 and I have been through a lot together and just dumping it into the trash wouldn’t be right. I was considering having it bronzed, but that was before I discovered the Xbox RRoD Coffin.
The Xbox RRoD Coffin is just what it sounds like (a coffin for your Xbox 360 that has died due to the Red Ring of Death) and is the only proper way to bury your Xbox that didn’t stand a chance due to design flaws by Microsoft. The Xbox 360 RRoD Coffin is a coffin that snuggly fits your dead Xbox 360 and controller for proper burial and the outside of the coffin even sports a Red Ring of Death design to remind would-be grave robbers that your Xbox 360 is no good.
You’ll be able to send your Xbox 360 to gaming heaven (or hell depending on the situation) with the coffin made specifically for that gaming system that holds dear to your heart; your Red Ringed Xbox 360, thanks to the Xbox RRoD Coffin designed by Alexis Vanamois.
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