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Daft Punk are now selling yo-yos and frisbees


Not content with unleashing seventies-fused funk on the iPhone generation, Daft Punk have seemingly made it their ambition to bring back toys of the era too.

Following the Studio 54 worthy posters we brought you last year, the helmeted duo have released a new batch of vintage merchandise on the website - all of course spawned from hit album Random Access Memories.

The items include one black and red plastic yo-yo, a Wham-O Frisbee and a logo script ball cap. Simple, striped back, retro, this collection demands to be worn and played with while cruising down the Autobahn while blasting out the synth-layered sounds of Giorgio By Moroder. Immediately.

So get to it and snap them up before they sell out. You have roughly all night to get lucky.





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