These cute dinosaurs can double as office tools and bring out the kid in you at work

Work can be monotonous and even boring at times but it shouldn’t mean that you can’t spice things up once in a while.

Many of us grew up watching Jurassic Park but our obsession with dinosaurs didn’t end there. Some of us even read and watched tons of books and shows about these pre-historic creatures.

So to bring joy to the kid in us (and hopefully increase our productivity), Malaysian pewter manufacturer and retailer Royal Selangor recently released an adorable miniature collection featuring many iconic dinosaurs.

Imagine having these cute dinosaurs at your workstation. IMAGE: Royal Selangor.

The collection, named ‘Saurus’, also doubles as playful tabletop office tools.

Stegosaurus card holder. IMAGE: Royal Selangor

Take the Stegosaurus for example. Its bony plates and prickly spikes protect business
cards.

Triceratops compartment. IMAGE: Royal Selangor.

The Triceratops on the other hand might seem pugnacious, but that’s
just outside appearances hiding a handy compartment. Its back can be lifted to store office essentials such as paper clips and pins.

Apatosaurus tape measure. IMAGE: Royal Selangor.

But that’s nothing. One of the longest sauropods around, the Apatosaurus makes its appearance as a 1-metre tape measure.

Pterodactyl magnifying glass. IMAGE: Royal Selangor.

Meanwhile, the Pterodactyl’s bat-like wings form the backdrop for a magnifying
glass.

Velociraptor letter opener. IMAGE: Royal Selangor.

Fans of the Velociraptor would be glad to have it stand tall on their desk space with a long tail that functions as a letter opener.

T-Rex pencil sharpener. IMAGE: Royal Selangor.

Oh, and how can we not include crowd favorite T-Rex. Its deadly teeth sharpens pencils instead of crushing prey. Nice.

The Saurus collection can be viewed and purchased at Royal Selangor retail stores, selected authorised dealers, and online from 11 September, 2020 onwards.

If dinosaurs are not your thing, perhaps you might be interested in this bad ass replica of Batman Shogun made out of pewter.

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Cover image sourced from Royal Selangor.