Star-Trek Bathrobes - Scotty
Star Trek Bathrobes - Scotty/Red Red for operations like engineering and security: A completely logical, utterly Starfleet way to organize the troops. Pre-deployment, kick back in a color that befits your calling in amazingly lush 100% cotton terry with appliqued Starfleet logos on the front. Belt and contrast collar trim; one pocket; one size fits most with 43" length.
by SkyMall, Inc.
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Star Wars: The Jedi Path
Every course of study has a text book, and finally we can read the text students at the Jedi Temple have been reading for over a thousand generations. It's been revised over and over by the Jedi Masters, annotated by Jedi (many times by hand, to the distress of the Jedi Librarians), and now can be bought in facsimile form. And in that form, it is called Star Wars: The Jedi Path - Jedi Training Manual. If you've ever wanted to be a Jedi, you need this book. Within the pages of Star Wars: The Jedi Path - Jedi Training Manual, the Jedi-in-training will discover the history and lore of the Jedi Order, the ways of the Force and how to wield it, the subtle nuances of lightsaber combat, and the dangers of the Dark Side. Inside Star Wars: The Jedi Path - Jedi Training Manual, you'll also find "handwritten" annotated notes by Yoda, Luke Skywalker, Count Dooku, Darth Sidious, and many more. Star Wars: The Jedi Path - Jedi Training Manual was created in collaboration with Lucasfilm, with the help of an acclaimed Star Wars author and revered Star Wars illustrators. This volume also introduces never-before-seen ships, creatures, characters, and details about the Star Wars galaxy. Star Wars: The Jedi Path - Jedi Training Manual - study now to be a real Jedi. There will be a test, later. (Insert weird Obi-Wan scream here.)
$12.99 $19.95 (- 35%)
Doctor Who Cell Phone Alert Charms
"If there is one thing the Doctor hates, it's missing a call on his cell phone. And sometimes, he's in a place where he has to be very quiet and sneak about so he doesn't get seen. Lucky for him, then, that whilst traveling the universe he found a little shop selling baby Daleks and Cybermen - really tiny, pocket-sized Daleks and Cybermen. They were too small to cause any harm, but they did have one curious feature. When exposed to certain frequencies, they would spin in a circle and cause random lights to flash. The good Doctor knew he had a powerful tool at his disposal so he bought a ton of the little creatures and disappeared into his workshop. When he emerged, he had invented the Dalek Cell Phone Alert Charm. Later, by popular demand of folks who were a little creeped out by Daleks and Cybermen, he used the same technology to reproduce his trusty vehicle, the TARDIS. Just hang one off your jacket, computer bag, navel ring, etc., and any time you get a call on your cell phone, your very own Dalek, Cyberman, or TARDIS will spin around and little lights will flash near its base. It's just that simple. So, anytime you have to leave your cell phone on ""silent,"" just watch your charm to see if you have an incoming call. 'But hey,' you are wondering, 'Didn't you just say the Doctor invented these things? Then how did ThinkGeek get them to sell to me?' Let's just say we have friends all over the universe..."
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Star Trek Starfleet iPhone 4 Cases
Captain's Log: Just got back from Deep Space Station K-7. What a mess: little guinea pig things all over the place, bar fights, some crew members I didn't recognize (but who seemed really happy to see me), no women for Kirk. It was a long day. Dictating this log using my Starfleet-approved iPhone and protecting said iPhone with my Star Trek Starfleet iPhone 4 Case. Everyone's got one on board the Enterprise. There's one for Command in yellow, Science in blue, and Engineering in red (which we try to recover when... accidents happen). They are high quality plastic with a little sparkle (just like this one lady I met on... never mind). Oh, and one time, there was this freak accident, and I discovered they have these Star Trek Starfleet iPhone 4 Cases in a mirror universe - only theirs are silvery. I brought one of those back so I can check my hair on away team missions. Hey, a captain's gotta look his best, you know. That's why we all use our Star Trek Starfleet iPhone 4 Cases. Star Trek Starfleet iPhone 4 Cases Four awesome Star Trek cases to protect your iPhone 4 or iPhone 4s. Choose from Command (Yellow), Science (Blue), Engineering (Red), or Mirror Universe (mirror-y chromed). Made out of space age (hard) plastic, with Starfleet-approved microsparkles. Fits iPhone 4 (AT&T or Verizon) and iPhone 4s.
$3.99 $14.99 (- 73%)
You Never Forget Your First Doctor Fitted Ladies' Tee
We decided to make a shirt in tribute to one of the first traumatic experiences in life -- the visit to the pediatrician. It involves hanging out in waiting rooms with sick kids, toys you're not allowed to play with because other sick kids have been touching them, and an oversized children's Bible as the only reading material for folks under 3 feet tall. When you finally see the pediatrician, he does something to distract you so he can give you a shot, and all you get in return is a lollipop. Not a fair trade. Our cotton, black t-shirt listed in juniors sizing features the phrase "You Never Forget Your First Doctor" under an inexplicable picture of an old-style British police phone box with a white starburst behind it. We have no idea what's going on with that.
Limited Edition Star Trek Pez Set
"""The Traveler was not the man you all thought he was, nor the man I thought him to be. He robbed me blind and left me on that forsaken planet to die! But I survived. I survived and was able to get back to the Enterprise, back to my beloved crew. But, now my crew is better than ever! Now, they all dispense my PEZ! My PEZ, my tasty little PEZezes. Wesley isn't just some weird child among men now, no he isn't, not precious pretty Wesley! Wesley is your master, your creator, your tasty candy overlord here to protect you and love you and eat from beneath your quivering chins. Shh, shh, quiet your worried eyes; Wesley is here for you. Shh, yes, shh shh."" Wesley went a bit mad. After leaving with the Traveler, he was taken for everything and left alone and scarred. But, after just a few years of scavenging for materials and letting his mighty beard grow, he created the Star Trek TNG PEZ Set. Everyone loves PEZ; Wesley just loves it a bit more than most... For nutrition information, click here. Product Specifications: A set of 8 PEZ dispensers for fans of Star Trek: The Next Generation Includes: Picard Riker Worf Data Geordi Dr. Crusher Troi Enterprise Limited edition collectible, officially licensed Comes with PEZ candy so you can snack right away"
Star Trek Limited Edition 24k Gold Pizza Cutter
"Space... the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its five-year mission: to explore strange new pizzas, to seek out new toppings and new cheeses, to boldy cut pizza where no man has cut before! Yes, this officially licensed Star Trek collectible is everything you hoped it would be. Laser etched stainless steel blade and solid metal construction make it perfect for battling Romulans in the neutral zone or precision pizza slicing. You'll find that the prime mission of the Enterprise has become very pizza centric. You loved our chrome-plated pizza cutter so much, we thought we'd up the fancy and offer this limited edition, 24 karat gold-plated Enterprise for the holidays. It's an amazing gift for any Star Trek fan and comes in a beautiful padded gift box. Only 1701 of these have been made and each features a number etched into the blade. Own a little piece of history about the future! Product Features Metal pizza cutter in the form of the famous Enterprise NCC-1701 Limited edition: Only 1701 made, each is numbered Laser etched stainless steel blade with REAL 24-karat gold plated body Designed and manufactured by ThinkGeek EXCLUSIVE - Only Available at ThinkGeek Officially licensed Star Trek collectible Blade diameter: 4"" Total length including blade: 8.5"" Weight: 277 grams Hand wash only"
ThinkGeek Star Trek Enterprise NCC-1701 Metal Pizza Cutter
Space... the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its five-year mission: to explore strange new pizzas, to seek out new toppings and new cheeses, to boldy cut pizza where no man has cut before! Yes, this officially licensed Star Trek collectable is everything you hoped it would be. Laser etched stainless steel blade and solid metal construction make it perfect for battling Romulans in the neutral zone or precision pizza slicing.-Metal Pizza cutter in the form of the famous NCC-1701 Enterprise ship from Star Trek the original series-Officially licensed Star Trek collectable-Laser Etched Stainless steel blade with solid zinc-alloy chromium plated body-Blade diameter: 4 inches-Total length including blade: 8.5 inches-Hand wash only
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Star Trek Enterprise Bottle Opener
Imagine yourself in a diplomatic situation. There you are, emissary for the Federation to the Romulan Star Empire. Your duplicitous host offers you a bottle of his oldest and finest vintage of Ale. The greenish-blue liquor seems to glow with the promise of good times, laughter, and the feeling of brains bashed in and served on wheat toast in the morning...
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Doctor Who TARDIS Wastebin
Let's face it, when you're working your tail off refactoring code, writing up reports, diving into spreadsheets, or designing kickass graphics, you don't have time to clean... or even to empty your own garbage can. And so it happens... your garbage can becomes full, and then you start perching things on top of the ever-growing pile rather than actually empty the bin...
$49.99 $74.99 (- 33%)
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Ben's Garden 'Shoot for the Moon' Trinket Tray
Handcrafted using the traditional French decoupage method, a bent-glass tray features an anonymous quote that reads, "Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you will land among the stars." Color(s): ivory. Brand: BEN'S GARDEN. Style Name: Ben's Garden 'Shoot for the Moon' Trinket Tray. Style Number: 693327.
Star Wars Darth Vader Lightsaber Laser Pointer by ThinkGeek
Star Wars Gifts: A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, there was Powerpoint. (The Empire is all about bureaucracy. You know they had Powerpoint.) In order to draw attention to important parts of presentations, Grand Moffs would point with lightsabers, but when they got carried away over ROI, they'd put it right through the expensive projection screen, and somebody'd have to call to get it replaced. It's a costly business. Much like leaving the projector bulb on. Looking at you, Executive Team... Brought to you by ThinkGeek.
Star Trek Spock Oven Mitt by ThinkGeek
On the Starship Enterprise's maiden voyage, the sick bay found itself overrun with victims of curious palm and finger burns. They complained that their food was going to burn if they didn't retrieve it quickly. When asked about an oven mitt, they would drop to their knees and scream, "BUT WHERE?" over and over again until sedated. It was then First Officer Spock came up with the idea to use his trademark symbol of peace and prosperity as a unique design for an oven mitt... Brought to you by ThinkGeek.
Dreamer Starlight Projector
This smart little clock projects stars on the ceiling as you fall asleep and plays soothing nature sounds to awaken you gently. 7-1/2"H x 5-1/2"W x 4-1/4"D. Dreamer Starlight Projector
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Star Trek Logo Mug 20oz
Waking up in space takes a little getting used to. You don't get a regular sunrise and sunset and your bacon and eggs comes out of a replicator, not off a griddle. But there's something comforting about sipping your coffee from the same big mug you drank from on Earth. This 20oz ceramic mug is printed on one side with the Star Trek command insignia, and on the other with Kirk's speech from the opening of Star Trek. And once you've finished your cup, you'll be ready to boldly go...
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Star Wars Darth Vader Helmet Ice Cube Trays
"Da da da, dun da-daaa, dun da-daaaa. Darth Vader is on the slow march from his living room to the kitchen. He Force-pulls the door open and bends over to peer inside. Leftovers. Leftovers. Science experiment. Leftovers. Orange juice. Milk. Leftovers. Bah. Just as he was about to give up, he remembered that he had some Hoth Cocoa mix in the pantry. A quick Force-microwaving later, he was holding a steaming mug of Hoth Cocoa. It just needed one thing... a homemade Dark Chocolate Vader Helmet candy melting inside. The Vader Ice Tray creates ice or candies in the shape of Vader's helmet. Safe for melted chocolate, the fridge, or the freezer, this food-safe silicone tray can do it all. Want ice cubes that glow with the power of the Dark Side? Simply fill your Vader Ice Tray with tonic water. The quinine in tonic water glows under black light and will surely convince your party guests that you are a Sith Lord or Lady. Product Specifications Ice tray creates ice in the shape of Vader's helmet Makes 6 Vader heads at once Can be used to make chocolates and candies too Material: Food-safe silicone, dishwasher safe (top rack) Dimensions: 6.25"" x 4.25"" x 1"""
$6.99 $9.99 (- 30%)
Doctor Who River Song's TARDIS Journal
River Song's diary was given to her by the Doctor, but he never got to read it. After all, a time traveler must never tell all of her secrets, Sweetie. Within this diary are things that could change all of space and time... or maybe just River's secret recipe for moussaka. We'll probably never know for sure. This TARDIS-shaped notebook is perfect for keeping track of your timeline, or just writing down your dreams of traveling through time and space with a 900-year-old alien...
Doctor Who TARDIS Flash Drive - 4GB
Have you ever considered how much data the TARDIS must have? That sexy blue box has been all over time and space with The Doctor and we can't even fathom how much data she has stored in her. That's probably why she didn't do so well in human form... too much info for such a tiny brain. If only we could pull off just a teensy bit of that data...
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Doctor Who TARDIS 4 Port USB Hub
I seek audience with the ThinkGeek Consciousness under peaceful contract, according to Convention Fifteen of the Shadow Proclamation. This is the vehicle of the Time Lord. TARDIS, or Time And Relative Dimension In Space has its chameleon circuit broken, so it's stuck looking like an old British Police box from Earth year zero-point-five-slash-apple-slash-five-zero, or 1950 by local reckoning. That, and it's become a 4 port USB hub a mere 11 centimeters tall...
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