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LED Magnetic Digital Graffiti
$12.99
LED Magnetic Digital Graffiti
Times have changed since you got caught for doodling that cute girl's name on your desk in elementary school. Now you can mark your territory in a non-permanent electronic fashion with the LED Magnetic Digital Graffiti. This set of 20 different LEDs each has a battery and a magnet attached. Pull the tab to activate, then toss them on any ferrous metal surface... they stick and glow brightly announcing to everyone in the vicinity that you were indeed there. But make sure you stick the LED Magnetic Digital Graffiti on stuff you own, or are able to remove them later... because gone are the days when you can post funny battery powered LED signs all over Boston and get away with it. WARNING This is not a toy. Keep away from children as this item contains small magnets and batteries. Make sure you use the Magnetic Digital Graffiti responsibly. Do not apply to property which is not your own.
ThinkGeek
Electronic Butterfly in a Jar - Blue Morpho
$14.99
Electronic Butterfly in a Jar - Blue Morpho
When we were kids, we liked putting butterflies in jars so we could keep them forever and ever. But sometimes they always died. It was sad - extra sad because butterflies (in our opinion) are like rainbows and unicorns: unadulterated creations of magic and beauty. That's why we got so excited when we saw this Electronic Butterfly in a Jar. Read on, and find out why you need one very badly. Each Electronic Butterfly in a Jar is a jar with a wire in it. The wire has a fake butterfly on the end...
ThinkGeek
Lil' Vampire Pacifier
$4.99
Lil' Vampire Pacifier
When our copywriter monkey's brother was a baby, he had a biting problem. He just loved sinking his brand new teeth into anything and anyone available and he especially loved the tender flesh of the human neck. And so, geekling Brian went through life chomping on anyone who dared cuddle him. He would probably have escalated to vampirism if not for one angel of a woman at the grocery store. Mid-dairy-aisle, Brian sunk his razor sharp baby teeth into his mother's neck, causing her to cry out. The woman moved in with advice. "Bite him back," she said. Brian's mom looked skeptical. "Seriously," the woman said. "He won't learn unless you bite him back." Mom sunk her teeth into Brian's tender baby neck. He cried, he screamed, and he never bit anyone ever again. Do you have a noisy baby or one you feel may grow up to drink the blood of mortals? This pacifier is the way to go. It features luscious red lips and a full set of teeth including sharp canines for sucking the blood of the living. Our lawyers say we must tell you that ThinkGeek is not responsible if your geekling grows up to be one of the undead (but we are grateful because that means they can be one of our customers for centuries!).
ThinkGeek
Flying Alarm Clock
$14.99 $9.99
Flying Alarm Clock
It's not that we've gotten lazy as a species, far from it! We're more productive now than we've ever been, but with more and more work to do, we have to create time by cutting down on late night raids on Molten Core, ordering fast-food, talking on the phone while driving… The only time we have left is spent sleeping. Now you have to stay up late and get up early in an effort to get more done. Waking up after a pitiful five hours of sleep has its own challenges, though. At ThinkGeek, we're always looking for new ways to haul your lazy butt out of bed. Normal alarm clocks wake you up with loud noises to jar you into wakefulness, however we've become accustomed to the snooze-bar… Now, it's become muscular instinct to flail your hands roughly in the direction of the noise, and smack! Nine more minutes of blissful unconsciousness. No more. The Flying Alarm Clock wakes you up with a loud shrieking alarm coupled with a little propeller-driven key that leaps off your nightstand. To turn off the horrible racket, you have to get out of bed and retrieve the key. The propeller flies the key high into the air and off into some dusty corner. You have to force your sleep addled brain into wakefulness, move your stiff legs and retrieve the key before the alarm goes off. By the time you've done so, you're awake enough at least to go make a pot of coffee.
ThinkGeek
Star Wars Death Star Tea Infuser
$19.99
Star Wars Death Star Tea Infuser
It's no secret that Darth Vader has anger issues. He's quick with the barking of orders and the Force choking. He rules by intimidation, which works... okay. We wonder, though, if Vader could take a page from a leader who had the admiration and respect of his crew: Jean-Luc Picard. And let's face it, the crew of the Enterprise were much better shots than the average Stormtrooper. What's the big difference between the two leaders? Tea, of course. Earl Grey. Hot...
ThinkGeek
Rubik's Cube Alarm Clock
$22.99
Rubik's Cube Alarm Clock
"The 80's saw many trends come and go - our favorite, of course, was legwarmers, but coming in a close second were those colorful cubic twisty puzzles that boggled our minds. Remember solving them with a screwdriver? Yeah, we did that, too. We won't tell if you don't. Eventually, though, we figured out how to solve the thing properly. Before too long, we got fast at it - fast enough to compete professionally! There's even one monkey that can glance at each side for a few seconds, close his eyes, and solve it in less than a minute. He's a genius, but he's also memorized the phonebook. Up to ""G."" Kinda scary. Since we live the cube, it's time to BE the cube. Our desktops will show our love for the venerable puzzle from the days of Duran Duran. The LCD display of this unique clock shows the time, sure, but give the top-row a twist, and you can switch the display between the Alarm, Calendar, and even the Temperature settings! There were lots of great things about the 80's, certainly. We're just taking those great ideas and updating them for the new millennium. Now, if we can just bring back the piano necktie..."
ThinkGeek
Portal 2 Wheatley LED Flashlight by ThinkGeek
$7.99
Portal 2 Wheatley LED Flashlight by ThinkGeek
"He's not just a regular moron. He's the product of the greatest minds of a generation working together with the express purpose of building the dumbest moron who ever lived." ~ GLaDOS Well that's hardly fair, is it? Okay perhaps it is. Frankenturrets anyone? While Wheatley might not have been the brightest personality core in the bunch, this collectible flashlight sure is. This mighty mini is finely detailed, with movable handles... Brought to you by ThinkGeek.
ThinkGeek
Warner Brothers Superman Icon Recliner
$155.99
Warner Brothers Superman Icon Recliner
Battling bad guys and fighting for what's right is hard work so give your child a deserving place to rest with the Warner Brothers Superman Icon Recliner. Kids love to have their own seating thats just their size! Your favorite kid can relax and easily adjust this recliner to and from the reclining position. The vibrant print and attention to detail will make your child feel super special. The chair is constructed with a hard wood frame covered with soft comfy foam and fully upholstered in a polyester fabric that is soft durable and easy to clean. The reclining mechanism is made of durable steel to withstand child's play. Clean with mild soap and water. Made in the USA.About Harmony KidsFounded more than 15 years ago, Harmony Kids is based in San Fernando, Calif. They produce high-quality children's and adult glider furniture designed to make life easier and more comfortable. This exceptional company is dedicated to providing their customers with complete and total satisfaction. All Harmony Kids products are proudly manufactured in the United States.
Hayneedle.com
Polluted Toxic Waste Glasses
$15.99
Polluted Toxic Waste Glasses
Unless you're ingesting only pure rainwater and distilled pure grain alcohol, you're ingesting poison. That's right, Mandrake. Just like the global communist conspiracy, anything you drink will infiltrate and corrupt from within. That's why we're strong believers in total commitment. As long as you're going to drink poison, you may as well make sure your drinking vessel of choice makes it look the part. Sure, we all have hard jobs - Ice-cream Fluoridation Administrator, Director of Survival Mineshafts, Nuclear Rodeo Cowboy - but at the end of the day, we could all use a drink, amirite? So grab your highball, and pour yourself a nice tall glass of something tasty. Oh, and if you can make it green and slightly radioactive, even better. These glasses look the part, alright. Each set of two glasses look like little 55 gallon drums except they're just twelve ounces, and they're made of borosilicate glass. Still, with the nuclear hazard logo etched in the side, and filled with some sort of green luminescent liquid on-the-rocks, they're guaranteed to be the hit of the party.
ThinkGeek
Panic Button Light Switch Replacement Kit
$24.99 $14.99
Panic Button Light Switch Replacement Kit
In every sci-fi film or TV show, there is usually one easily recognizable trope - no, not the hypersexual female alien in the skin-tight cat-suit, though she does make a fairly regular appearance. The answer we're looking for is the panic-button. You know, the Red Button™! The big shiny candy-like button that erases history, ejects the warp core, blows the emergency seals, activates the self-destruct, sounds red-alert, engages the hyperdrive, activates the halide fire-retardants, or simply flushes the waste-disposal system is a regular character in most sci-fi. It's curious, then, that the Big Red Button™ doesn't appear in your home or office! Wouldn't it be great to have one of those buttons, even if pressing it doesn't warn the sentries that the world-killer virus has escaped containment? What about your light-switch? Isn't that little flippy-lever overdue for a makeover? Sure it is, otherwise, you wouldn't have read this far! What we're offering is a wired replacement for your light-switch. Just turn off the breakers, pull out the light-switch and replace it with this one. It's a wire-for-wire swap, so it should be easy. Please be safe, though, and double - nay - TRIPLE CHECK that the breakers were switched before doing any home wiring. When you're done, you've got a Big Red Button™ that, when slapped, will turn on and off your lights. Also, if you just want to dim your lights and your computer voice-activation phrase isn't recognized by your home-automation equipment, your new Big Red Button™ also acts as a dimmer. Instead of smacking it, a gentle turn will lower the illumination to a level suitable for alien seduction. Features US Light-switch replacement kit 2 3/4" by 4 1/4" brushed aluminum wall plate and large red dimmer switch Not suitable for fighter ejection panels, nuclear rod extraction, or fire suppression systems Let's be serious here: Please use caution when performing any electrical work in your house Make sure you trip the breaker to your outlet to the off position before attempting to replace your switch
ThinkGeek
The Ex - Unique Knife Set and Holder
$79.99
The Ex - Unique Knife Set and Holder
We'll get right to the point with this product - it's a wicked cool design for a knife holder and certainly a lot more edgy than the standard old block of wood. We're not sure who the designer might have been thinking of when he created this but we definitely like the results. And it includes five knives!. This unique artistic knife holder is made of heavy duty ABS plastic and will be the talk of the party! It's an innovative knife suspension system with individual protective knife sleeves for each blade. The five knives are made from heavy gauge durable stainless steel. The slots are magnetized to secure knives in the holder. Overall, we'd say The Ex Knife Set is very cutting edge!
ThinkGeek
LED Faucet Lights
$19.99
LED Faucet Lights
Tired of that same old monotonous water? Bored with water that doesn't look like futuristic alien mouthwash? Need to make your midnight bathroom appointments more exhilarating? Then you need to get the LED faucet light attachment from ThinkGeek. You can turn any faucet in your home into a streaming fantasia of techie-bliss in just minutes. How does it work? Just attach to the end of your faucet (universal adapters included), and when the water flows through the magic chamber, it simply turns on the LED array and illuminates the stream with soothingly powerful hues. But wait, there's more! Not only does your water light up, but the color light changes with the water's temperature. When the water is cold, you see BLUE LED's until the water temperature hits 89 degrees after which the LEDs turn RED (now with a brushed chrome finish)! Here's what you get: Chamber with LEDs Batteries pre-installed plus a set of spare batteries (uses LR44 watch batteries) Instruction Sheet Two universal adapters included. (fits most standard faucets in USA. Not recommended for faucets outside of the USA.) Dimensions: 2.25" tall, 1.25" diameter.
ThinkGeek
Brainfreeze Skull Ice Bucket
£17.95
Brainfreeze Skull Ice Bucket
Made of dense and crystal clear glass, this alternative ice bucket matches the size and shape of an actual human skull! With a 1.6 litre capacity, a headful of ice can be stored inside, along with small to standard-sized bottles. Thick-walled for insulation, the Brainfreeze ensures your drinks will stay cooler - for longer. An ideal addition to any Halloween party, fill up with `Trick or Treatgoodies, or use as an ice-cold fishbowl for creepy cranium cocktails! Bearing small and curved handles on either side, the Brainfreeze is convenient to carry; with a flat, moulded base letting you store safely on any bar or table top. With dimensions of 15cm x 19cm x 17cm, even Hamlet himself would have appreciated the authenticity of this skeleton-styled sensation! Boasting faithfully-curved eye, nose, mouth, chin and cheekbone features, this macabre masterpiece is heads above the restand makes for a fun feature of any freaky fridge. Presented in attractive retail packaging, this novelty ice bucket is cool enough to give anyone brainfreezethe skulduggery begins as soon as you open the box!
Play.com
USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer
$19.99 $7.99
USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer
The shared refrigerator in your office cools a lot of stuff. Food, science experiments once known as food, and your secret stash... of drinks. But you never want an entire case of soda at once. You just need one can. Plug in this small single-can beverage cooler/warmer into a USB port and keep a can on your desk for when you really need it. The LED Beverage Cooler is retro styled and has a small blue LED inside. So add a little style to your desk and keep your drink cold at the same time...
ThinkGeek
Call of Duty: Black Ops II
$39.99
Call of Duty: Black Ops II
I really anticipated the arrival of this game and was excited when I picked it up. I did not camp out at midnight like some. At the beginning of the game it starts out with a river boat chase scene with graphics that looked like they were from something ten years ago. Hmmm. Well as the game progressed that improved. However, I could not believe I finished the game in about one day and was surprised I had reached the end so soon. I do not feel this is a good value game. I have played some games for days and weeks.
Best Buy
Crosley CR56 Standard Phone - Pink - 1 x Phone Line
$69.95
Crosley CR56 Standard Phone - Pink - 1 x Phone Line
The very familiar 3-slot style payphone was first introduced in the 1950 s and re mained virtually unchanged until 1965. This appropriately christened prepay-style pay station will take you back to the days of old fashioned phone booths and 10-cent phone calls. Believe it or not its predecessor was a post pay-style phone that actually allowed the caller to place their call and then pay once finished. While you don t have to pay for your calls with this Crosley replica you will enjoy the functional coin slots complete with Crosley jingle as your money is deposited into the coin bank in the base of the unit. Rotary Dial Fashion Plate Push Button Technology Redial Feature Ringer Volume ON/OFF Switch Tone/Pulse Switch Earpiece Volume Control Coin Bank Wall Mountable Color: Brushed Chrome Black Red Size: 9w X 18.25h X 6.5d
Buy.com
Laser Stars Projector
$169.99 $119.99
Laser Stars Projector
"Caution: This product is more amazing in real life than on a two dimensional website As you should well know here at ThinkGeek we are constantly striving to find tools for you, our loyal customers, to aid in your quest for World Domination. But we also want to encourage you to come up with schemes to conquer the entire Universe (and any parallel universes you might stumble across while conquering this one). And to properly conquer the known Universe, you'll need a a nice reliable star map. The Laser Stars Projector is not that map, but it sure does seem like one. And the second most important thing a Universe conqueror might do besides conquering Universes is seeming to conquer Universes. Keeps you buttered up for the real thing. Ok, carrying on then... When you turn off your lights and turn this unit on - trust us - you will be bamboozled with star rapture. That's the only way we can describe it. Everybody who has seen the Laser Stars Projector in action at the ThinkGeek headquarters has at least one 'Oh My Gods, that's Frakking brilliant!' moment. But ThinkGeek, what IS the Laser Stars Projector really? It's a unit about 10inches tall that projects a combination of green laser stars and blue (slightly ultraviolet-ish blue) clouds onto your ceiling, walls, pets, etc. Both the clouds and the stars are constantly moving and morphing, just like a proper Universe should. And there are literally thousands of green laser stars to look at. There are two ways you can adjust your Laser Stars Projector, first you can pivot the projector itself 180 degrees horizontally around the base so that you can control *where* it is projecting in your room. It can literally fill up an entire ceiling and portions of several walls at once. And the other thing you can adjust is the intensity of the blue gaseous clouds, from zero to full intensity. ThinkGeek, I'm a techie. How does it really work? The Laser Stars Projector utilizes a state of the art Diode Pumped, Solid State (DPSS) green laser combined with custom developed multiphase diffractive holographic optics, super luminous diodes and precision motors to produce the laser stars effect. The coherent light produced by the DPSS laser passes through a passive diffractive holographic optical element, which in turn passes through a circular periodicity electromechanical wheel, which is driven by a precision motor to create the soothing motion of the star field. So there. Hurry, get one before your friends do. Then plug it in, turn it on, and tune out... Features: Uses Green Laser and Holographic technology 2 built-in precision glass lenses Creates thousands of stars with or without blue cloud formations Ac Adapter Included (US Only - 120V) Unit Dimensions: 10"" tall x 9"" wide x 7"" deep Please note: It's difficult to portray what the Laser Stars Projector projects here in images because it works best in the dark. The images tend to mute the green stars and exaggerate the blue clouds a bit. But we've tried our b..."
ThinkGeek

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