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Tesla’s limited edition Cyberhammer, inspired by the Cybertruck, up for grabs in the online store for $700


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Electric vehicle giant Tesla Inc. has released its Cybertruck-inspired Cyberhammer on its online store, priced at $700.

What happened: The Cyberhammer was previously only available through Tesla’s referral program. Those with 35,000 referral credits could use it to purchase the original, angular, limited-edition hammer of which the company only made 800 units.

However, interested customers can now purchase it from Tesla’s online store for $700. “Do not hit hard surfaces with Cyberhammer. Intended for display or use in the gym,” the company says on the site.

The Cyberhammer resembles the Cybertruck’s angular structure and features a laser engraving of Tesla’s top executive. Franz von Holzhausenthe signature of. Holzhausen led the design of the stainless steel van.

Why is this important: The Cybertruck-inspired hammer is a cheeky reference to the truck’s 2019 unveiling event, when Tesla CEO Elon Musk demonstrated the strength of the Cybertruck’s doors by hitting them with a hammer.

The CEO also tried to demonstrate the strength of his windows at the event by asking Holzhausen to throw a metal ball at him. However, the window cracked, causing Musk to exclaim, “Oh my fucking God.”

Since then, Tesla has made it a marketing highlight and even sells a limited edition window sticker on its online store, dubbed the “OMFG sticker” and featuring a crack pattern similar to the one Holzhausen made on the window during of the demonstration in 2019. It is priced at $55.

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Ditch your indicators and use the “MoneyLine”. A simple line tells you when to buy and sell without any guesswork. It’s a line on a chart that helped Nic Chahine win 83% of his options purchases. Here’s how he does it.


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