Radioactive Elements Glowing Coasters

Would you like Isotopes with that?

Radioactive Elements Glowing Coasters

Would you like Isotopes with that?

Available to pre-order
Expected 28 May 2015
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  •  Pressure-sensitive coasters to light up your beverages
  •  Emits a soothing radioactive glow
  •  You're living a mere half-life if you don't own these coasters
  •  Perfect for brightening up your Bloody Marie Curie cocktails
  •  Geiger counter not included


If you're finding that your table is periodically covered with ring marks left by unstable and volatile drinkers, then it's about time you laid down the Radioactive Elements Glowing Coaster Set.

Including Radium, Plutonium, Uranium and Thorium; just sit your drinks upon these pressure-sensitive pads and they light up, emitting a soothing radioactive glow. Not only do they illuminate your drinks, but you can also frantically tap them to draw the party host's attention to your depleted alcoholic reserves.

For the Chemistry buffs out there, each of the (irr)radiant elements in the set is labelled with the number representing its most stable or common isotope. And if that last sentence didn't interest you in the slightest, then you can always pretend that the coasters are a completely unresponsive yet still very rewarding game of Simon Says.

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Please Note:
  • The set requires 8 3V CR2032 batteries (included)
  • Not dishwasher safe, just give them a wipe down
Product Features:
  • Pressure-sensitive coasters to light up your beverages
  • Emits a soothing radioactive glow
  • Set of 4 – Radium-226 (Red), Plutonium-244 (Blue), Uranium-238 (Green), Thorium-232 (Orange)
  • Features the atomic number and isotopic mass of the most stable or common isotope for each element
  • With constant use the batteries last approximately 4.5 hours
  • Each coaster measures approximately 9.5cm(W) x 9.5cm(H) x 0.6cm(D)

Customer Reviews

These coasters are brilliant, and really do brighten up the room! The colours are vibrant and the coasters themselves very sturdy and stable, they don't seem to slip about at all. They detect weight well, it doesn't take much to activate them but an empty plastic glass won't be heavy enough to keep them on and potentially drain the batteries. The batteries do seem to be a bit of an issue though, I'm not sure how long they are supposed to last but we have had them out for just over a week now and the thorium one seems to be a lot dimmer and lacking power. The other 3 have had similar amounts of use though and are going strong, so maybe it's just a dodgy one. All in all though I would definitely reccomend!
Jay Davies - 17th June 2014