Get Into the Robot Like Shinji With the 'Eva' Entry Plug Sleeping Bag

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For fans of Evangelion, the iconic anime franchise’s official merchandise store has now released an Entry Plug Sleeping Bag.

An Entry Plug is a capsule-like tube that houses a pilot in an EVA Unit, serving as the cockpit, the capsule is inserted into the spinal area of an EVA via a loading mechanism.

Modeled after Shinji Ikari’s Entry Plug used for EVA Unit-01, the padded sleeping bag measures 76.8 inches and comes with a zip closure. Each sleeping bag comes complete with a carrying cover that comes in a purple/green color scheme reminiscent of the look of EVA Unit-01.

Priced at ¥19,800 JPY (approximately $191 USD), the Entry Plug Sleeping Bag is available now on the Evangelion Store.

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