Tesla Takes A Swing At Fitness Equipment With ‘Cyberhammer’

While Tesla is best known for its best-selling electric vehicles, it has also produced a wide array of weird accessories and merchandise inspired by its EVs. It appears that its latest merchandise item will be a piece of gym equipment, specifically a hammer inspired by the Cybertruck.

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The automaker recently submitted a trademark application in the U.S. for a product called the ‘Cyberhammer.’ This application that was discovered by Electrek defines the hammer as a piece of “exercise equipment, namely, gym hammers for fitness purposes.” While the application doesn’t include an image of the hammer, it’s not difficult to envision what it might resemble

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Few other details about the planned Cyberhammer are known but like other pieces of merchandise introduced by Tesla in recent years, there’s a good chance it’ll be massively overpriced yet will still manage to sell out. In late 2021, Tesla introduced a Cyberwhistle, selling the stainless steel whistle for an eye-watering $50. It followed up with the GigaBeer last year, selling it as a three-pack for €89. The beer was brewed in Berlin with citrus, bergamot, and sweet fruit notes.

 Tesla Takes A Swing At Fitness Equipment With ‘Cyberhammer’

USPTO via Electrek

It’s hardly a surprise that Tesla is looking to cash-in on the internet’s current fascination with the Cybertruck. Interest in the electric pickup truck has never been higher and with a select few customers now taking delivery, the public is now starting to learn all about Tesla’s latest innovative creation.

It’s also fitting that Tesla is making a hammer inspired by the Cybertruck. At the car’s original unveiling in November 2019, the carmaker infamously showcased the strength of the truck’s stainless steel bodywork by hitting it with a sledgehammer. While that hammer turned out to be a soft dead-blow hammer, the clip went viral.

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Note: The lead image is a Carscoops render that’s not affiliated with Tesla

 Tesla Takes A Swing At Fitness Equipment With ‘Cyberhammer’

Tesla CyberBeer

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