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World’s Largest Scrabble Game might require a stepladder

The older we get, the harder it becomes to read fine print. If playing Scrabble is your favorite past time, and you can’t see letters smaller than a coffee cup, the World’s Largest Scrabble Game may be the way to go. Ok, no one needs a Scrabble board this big, but it is really awesome.

If you have a spare $12,000 floating around, then you can Scrabble like no one has ever scrabbled before. This is five times the size of the original, and is a guaranteed conversation starter for board game related parties. This is really expensive because of the crazy amount of resources like Russian birch plywood and galvanized steel on this enormous frame. The tiles are held in place by rare earth magnets, which are sandwiched between two pieces of birch plywood. They are also handmade by John Kahn, who has only made nine to date. If you order one, don’t expect next day delivery as it will likely be a little while before you receive it.

Scott – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


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