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This NES Console Table Will Benefit a Children's Hospital Once Sold

 - Dec 4, 2015
References: usedregina & homecrux
Jeremy Rieger, a carpenter based in Regina, Saskatchewan has constructed this NES Console Table in a bid to help show off his prowess for gaming, but mainly to help benefit children in need. Once sold, a portion of the NES Console Table funds will be donated to the Children's Hospital Foundation.

Selling for $799, the NES Console Table is expertly crafted to absolute perfection and is an exact replica of the gaming console that skyrocketed to fame back in the eighties. The subsequent precision makes the NES Console Table look, at first glance in photos, like a photo of the actual console.

Rieger, who's an avid fan of the retro video game, said his interest in donating funds to the Foundation upon selling of the NES Console Table was sparked by a local family who lost their son a few years prior.