Clemson MY WINGMAN: Unique Clemson Gift


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Product Review of MY WINGMAN - The Ultimate Tailgating and Fancave Accessory
I received the Clemson MY WINGMAN on Monday and was not sure what to expect honestly, but I was pleasantly surprised with the product. The appearance of MY WINGMAN is a pretty cool, unique look. I have never seen anything like it. It is a Clemson football player with a helmet, uniform and pants and it looks realistic. The best part of the product is the cup holder for your cold beverage and the sturdy tray to hold snacks or a small meal.

Usually I dread putting furniture-type things together, but this was a breeze. To my surprise, installation of the product took two minutes to complete. All I had to do was snap four pieces in place and I was finished.

MY WINGMAN would be an excellent gift idea for any Clemson fan. This is a conversational item if there ever was one and is quite functional. It is also light enough (8 lbs total) to take to Clemson tailgates but also sturdy enough to be in a Clemson fan-cave or even displayed on a covered porch.

PROS:
Installation: Simple process because of the snap in place pieces and clear instructions. Assembly time: Two minutes.

Appearance: The colors are vibrant and it doesn't look cheap. Bonus: It is wife approved!

Functionality: I can put a beverage and snacks on MY WINGMAN and it stays in place quite nicely.

Shipping: Shipping was very fast on this large boxed item and it was protected nicely in shipment.

CONS:
Price: MSRP is $99 so that might be out of some fan's gift budgets, but use promo code "KICKOFF" and you can get it for just $69.99 and FREE SHIPPING. This kickoff special is only available until Sept 14th!.

Click here to buy a Clemson MY WINGMAN

Product Description: Your Clemson Tigers My Wingman™ is a small but tough guy weighing in at just over 8 pounds and is 36” tall. He is easily assembled and disassembled into four pieces, the base, body, tray and cup holder. He can hold up to 5 pounds on the tray and 16 ounces in the cup holder. He likes to help roast chickens (and gamecocks) in Death Valley.

Note - This review was done last year, but this is a new special offer!

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