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Doctor Who 16oz Travel Mug
$12.99
Doctor Who 16oz Travel Mug
Raise your hand if you've seen a blue car with a vanity license plate that says TARDIS, T4RDIS, TARD1S, T4RD1S, TARDI5, TARD15, T4RDI5 or T4RD15. Just in the area local to ThinkGeek HQ, there are at least three. We salute you, superfans who wear your Doctor Who love on your vehicles. Some of us carry our Doctor Who love inside our vehicles, which is why we have the Doctor Who Travel Mug. This 16 ounce mug is printed to look just like a TARDIS.... a travel-mug shaped TARDIS, that is. (A rectangular travel mug wouldn't fit in your circular cup holder, you see!) Fill it up with your caffeinated morning beverage of choice and get ready to wish you had a real TARDIS while you sit in traffic and sip your brew. Product Specifications Travel mug that looks like the TARDIS Drink while you wish you had a real time traveling vehicle Material: Blue plastic exterior, stainless steel interior Capacity: Holds 16 ounces of your favorite beverage Love your mug: Hand wash only
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Doctor Who TARDIS Lunch Box
$14.99
Doctor Who TARDIS Lunch Box
Can you imagine being like The Doctor and having to rediscover food every time you regenerate? It must be a bit like being a baby all over again. People say, "Here, try this!" You eye them suspiciously. You try the foodstuff and it's awful and you make hilarious faces. And like a baby, you probably end up enjoying combinations of foods that nobody else would think of - like fish fingers and custard. Even if your lunch plan doesn't involve Jelly Babies, The Doctor won't mind if you put it in his lunch box. Shaped like the top third of the TARDIS, this lunch box may in fact be bigger on the inside. We could certainly fit a lot of lunch food in it. Whether your Whovian is heading to the board room or the classroom, they'll love to carry their lunch in this classic meal lunch box. Product Specifications Limited edition TARDIS shaped lunch box Classic metal lunch box for fans of Doctor Who Holds more lunch food inside than you may think Tip: Carry the fish fingers and custard in separate containers, mix just before you intend to eat them. This prevents soggy fish fingers Dimensions: 8 5/8" wide x 6 3/4" tall x 4" deep (possibly deeper on the inside!)
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Doctor Who Lenticular Animated Chess Set
$39.99
Doctor Who Lenticular Animated Chess Set
The Doctor wanted to make a chess set. It couldn't be just any chess set; this chess set had to depict his epic battles across space and time, look cool, and be affordable enough for the average gal working as a kissogram. That meant that alien technology that made electrified hologram pieces was out of the question. The Doctor traveled back to the 80s to watch Jem and the Holograms and eat some Cracker Jack. After unwrapping his prize, he dashed back to the TARDIS, knowing exactly what needed to be done. What makes this chess set cooler than a bowtie is the lenticular printing on the pieces. Each piece has two pictures of the character inside and they morph before your eyes as you move them. Fight the good fight on the team of The Doctor with his friends Amy, Rory, River, and the TARDIS and battle the forces of evil and save the universe. Each set includes 32 lenticular animated chess pieces and the game board with the Pandorica symbol on it. Product Specifications The ultimate chess set for fans of Doctor Who Each piece has a lenticular photo inside - watch them move! Good guys team includes: 11th Doctor, Amy Pond, Rory Williams, River Song, the TARDIS, and the Judoon Bad guys team includes: Weeping Angel, Supreme Dalek, Cybermen, Silurian General Restac, Smiler, and the Pandorica Board looks like it's engraved with the pattern from the Pandorica Officially licensed Doctor Who collectible Contains: 1 game board, 32 lenticular chess pieces
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Doctor Who TARDIS Mini Fridge
$74.99 $49.99
Doctor Who TARDIS Mini Fridge
We assume that the TARDIS probably has a kitchen in it somewhere, created at the behest of a companion, of course. It's pretty rare that we see the Doctor sitting down to a meal, unless he's assessing the palate of his new incarnation. Fish fingers and custard FTW! You may not be a companion (yet!) but that doesn't mean the TARDIS can't land in your home, office, or home office. The Doctor Who TARDIS Mini Fridge holds a six-pack of 12-ounce cans, so you'll always have a cold drink close at hand...
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Doctor Who Time Lord Psychic Container
$29.99
Doctor Who Time Lord Psychic Container
"When a Time Lord needs to send a message, technologies like pony express or email just won't do. The psychic container is where it's at: every bit of your message conveyed in exactly the way you meant it to be heard and felt by the recipient. Of course, if it's a bad message, then the sight of the little flying box is not a welcome one. This replica of the psychic container features motion-sensitive light changing effects. Tap the top to turn on the white glow. Tap again for white flickering mode (the most psychic-looking of the effects, in our opinion!), and tap yet again to go into color mode which cycles through a rainbow of colors. The Mark of the Corsair graces the front, reminding us that a Time Lord is eternal. The Doctor Who Time Lord Psychic Container makes a fun desk accessory or a nifty night light for your bedside table. Product Specifications Time Lord Psychic Container from the BBC TV series Doctor Who Officially licensed Doctor Who collectible From the episode ""The Doctor's Wife"" written by Neil Gaiman Color changing plastic cube with glowing and flickering effects Three modes: Color change, white glow, and white flicker Simply tap the cube to begin the light effects, tap again to turn off Automatically turns off after 10 minutes to conserve battery life Makes a great bedside night light Dimensions: 3.63"" x 3.63"" x 3.63"" Batteries: 3x LR44 batteries (included)"
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