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A Rick and Morty synth is coming

Let’s get schwifty...

Swedish gear company Teenage Engineering has teamed up with the creators of Rick and Morty for a special edition of its Pocket Operator called the PO-137.

The mini synthesizer will feature a special animated LCD screen, 120 seconds of sample memory, an alarm clock, a folding stand, and voice samples performed by show co-creator Justin Roiland, including Rick’s famous anti-catchphrase, “wubba lubba dub dub.”

This isn’t the first cool Teenage Engineering collab — the company teamed up with Ikea last year on a line of sleak home-party equipment. Though the PO-137 is expected to sell out fast, so head over to to the Teenage Engineering website and sign up to be notified when it goes on sale.