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Bring Halo to the dinner table with these Master Chief-themed dishes

Robe Factory Halo dishes
Robe Factory Halo dishes (Image credit: Robe Factory)

What you need to know

  • Robe Factory has launched its special Master Chief-themed Halo 8-piece dinnerware set for $70 at Target.
  • The set includes two large plates, two small plates, two bowls, and two mugs.
  • The large plates feature a large white "117," while the rest of the dishes have the UNSC logo on them. All of the dishes are olive green with yellow accents, matching the color scheme of the UNSC as well.

While plenty of Halo peripherals and accessories have been released over the years, one part of the market that that the franchise hasn't officially branched out into is dishware. However, that has changed with the official launch of Robe Factory's Master Chief-themed Halo 8-piece dinnerware set, complete with two large 10.5-inch dinner plates, two 8-inch small plates, two 6-inch bowls, and two 14 oz mugs. The dishes are made out of stoneware material, and the price of the set is $70.

The two large plates feature Master Chief's Spartan tag, 117, on their faces. The rest of the dishes have the UNSC logo on them. All of the dishes are colored olive green with yellow accents, which matches the aesthetic of most of the UNSC troops players encounter throughout the Halo games.

Source: Robe Factory (Image credit: Source: Robe Factory)

What do you think of this dinnerware set? Will you be getting it? Let us know. Also, if you're interested in playing Halo while you eat food off of Halo dishware, I recommend picking up Halo: The Master Chief Collection on Xbox or PC. It offers all of the pre-Xbox One Halo shooters in a single $40 bundle, easily making it one of the best Xbox One shooters available. It's also an excellent game to play while waiting for Halo Infinite to arrive in Fall 2021.

Brendan Lowry is a Windows Central writer and Oakland University graduate with a burning passion for video games, of which he's been an avid fan since childhood. You'll find him doing reviews, editorials, and general coverage on everything Xbox and PC. Follow him on Twitter.

1 Comment
  • Cool. Do they have a USB-C port?