Product Review: LA Kings Fathead

Last month we ran a contest where one lucky reader was given a free LA Kings Fathead.

The winner selected this Fathead item from the LA Kings Stanley Cup collection and provided the following review of her experience:

“I received an LA Kings Fathead that is the arena mural. It is a huge photo of the team celebrating after winning the 2014 Stanley Cup. The graphic is so clear that it feels like I’m live at Staples Center with them! The Fathead was very easy to apply. You just peel off the backing like a decal and apply it to the wall. Since it is large, I recommend having someone help you stick it onto the wall, so that it is straight and there aren’t any bumps underneath. The Fathead also comes with a tool that helps you press out any bumps, if needed.

The Fathead looks awesome on my wall and I have already received many compliments on it from family and friends. It’s so unique and I’ve never seen anything like it! It also came with bonus decals at the bottom, three “LA Kings”, a crown, two logos, and a Stanley Cup Champion decal. That was an added bonus!”

Picture of prize, as provide by Fathead:
Fathead winner

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