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R2-D2 Moving Refrigerator

Seven Hugs Smart Remote

Beer keg urinal

Pac-Man's Arcade Party


Hidden Bookcase

HTC Vive

Instant Post Photo Booth

Theater spa

August Smart Lock

Climbing Wall Treadmill

Authentic Yankee Stadium Seats

OptiShot 360

Foosball coffee table

Walk-In Beer Cooler and Kegerator

Fusion Pool Table and Dining Table

Authentic Baseball Glove Leather Chair

Personalized Whac-A-Mole Game

Mirrored Touch Screen Beverage Cooler

Vending Fridge

Remote-Controlled Rolling Beverage Cooler

DreamWave Massage Chair

Netatmo Presence

Sure, you've got a life-size R2-D2 chilling in your man cave, but can it keep your beer cool? Aqua has built a replica of the beloved Star Wars character. The remote-control-enabled droid comes with a projector function and light and sound effects.

You can preorder it for 998,000 yen, which converts to about $8,805.

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The Smart Remote from Seven Hugs claims to be the ultimate universal remote. It can control everything from thermostats to TVs and can even order an Uber. This device hopes to be the only remote you'll need in your man cave.

Preorder it from Seven Hugs for $229.

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Urinals aren't for everyone. But if you want to deck out your man cave's bathroom, this beer keg-style urinal from HammeredInTime is available on Etsy for $595.

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Available at Sharper Image for $2,950, the Pac-Man's Arcade Party machine has a 19-inch LCD screen and plays 13 classic arcade games.

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Mount the Guitdoorbell above the entrance to your man cave and it'll play music every time the door opens. It's available for $79.95.

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If you want to protect your man cave from friends, family or intruders, you can conceal it behind the $3,000 Hidden Bookcase.

The furniture is available in maple, cherry and oak wood.

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Escape the real world from inside the comfort of your own man cave with the HTC Vive, a high-end virtual-reality headset.

Available for $799, the VR system has more than 1,000 games available on SteamVR.

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The Instant Post Photo Booth, priced at $12,000, will capture all your man cave memories.

You can take shots using a multitude of filters, borders and backgrounds. The booth will then post the photos to most social media accounts.

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Lie back, relax and catch a movie in the Catalina Spas Theater TV Spa. It comes equipped with a pop-up 61-inch flat-screen TV and a DVD player.

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Secure your man cave with August's keyless door lock. Available for $229, this device can be unlocked with your phone.

You can create virtual keys for guests, letting them into your man cave while monitoring who exactly is visiting at any time.

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Man caves aren't just for sitting around and being lazy. If you want to get a full-body workout in with no one bothering you, there's the Climbing Wall Treadmill.

With a price tag of $9,950, this piece of exercise equipment is a motorless rock climbing wall that's powered by the climber's weight.

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This man cave collectible is ideal for the baseball fan in your life. Sold as a pair for $1,500, these chairs are authentic seats from the old Yankee Stadium.

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Bring the fairway into your man cave with the OptiShot 360. The Optishot starts at $5,000 and the team "will come to your location to design, build and install" the golf simulator.

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If you're lacking space in your man cave, it might just be easier to consolidate some of your favorite furniture. The foosball coffee table, available on Amazon for $549, would make a great centerpiece in any room.

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The Walk-in Beer Cooler and Kegerator from Brew Cave is climate controlled and can hold 30 cases of beer and four kegs.

It can be yours for $7,299.

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If combining a coffee table with foosball isn't your thing, then there's always the Fusion Pool and Dining Table.

Available for $7,995, this piece of hybrid furniture is custom built in Belgium.

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The Authentic Baseball Glove Leather Chair is for the ultimate baseball fan.

Available for $6,200, this seat is made from the same leather that Rawlings uses for its "Heart of the Hide" baseball mitt.

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The customized Whac-A-Mole game, available for a mere $35,000, allows owners to replace standard mole heads with effigies of the user's choosing.

Whether you're clobbering your boss or the barista who can't get your order right, this game will fit into virtually any man cave.

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From Vinotech, this beverage cooler includes a touchscreen control panel that'll easily adjust the temperature.

The metal cabinet, available on Amazon for $882, can be used as a built-in installation or as a standalone cooler.

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Give into the nostalgia with this old school mini-vending machine. The fridge, which sells for $83 on Amazon, holds up to 10 cans.

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Tired of getting up to grab a cold brew during the big game? This remote controlled beverage cooler, on sale for $45 at Hammacher Schlemmer, holds up to six cans.

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If a ginormous baseball glove chair doesn't fit your aesthetic, there's always a high-end massage chair preprogrammed with 16 different massage sessions. The DreamWave chair by Inada is available for $8,799.

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Looking to keep your man cave safe from nosy family members? The Netatmo Presence security system detects people, animals and cars, while also live-streaming security camera footage through its app. It's available for $300.

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