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Drop of Blood Ear Dagger
$29.99 $14.99
Drop of Blood Ear Dagger
"Ear dagger? What's an ear dagger?" we hear you asking. (In case you were wondering, we hear our fair share of voices. But we like you best.) It's a dagger. In your ear. Ear. Dagger. You see, ear infections suck. We know. We're geeks. Not one but two of the merchants at ThinkGeek World Domination HQ burst eardrums last winter (that's 25% of us wandering around going, "WHAT???!" for three weeks for those keeping score at home). We recommend you instead turn to this piece of jewelry for all your Stabbing Pain in the Ear needs. The hilt of a dagger forms the front and the blade becomes the earring back, with a single red faceted drop of Swarovski crystal blood. Wear one to make an impact. Buy two for symmetry. Don a whole bunch in a single ear for the Ten of Swords Tarot card look. Note that this is a standard earring post. It does not require any non-standard piercings and works in either ear. Or, you know, whatever hole you wanna put it in. For our customers with nickel allergies: the dagger is made of English pewter, which is a mixture of tin, antimony, and copper. The metal is free of both lead and nickel. The post is surgical-steel, which is a mixture of chromium, nickel and molybdenum. The post meets the guidelines set forth in EU Nickel Directive 94/27/EC. Drop of Blood Ear Dagger English pewter dagger with a red, faceted Swarovski crystal. Post is is surgical-steel (see above for nickel allergy details). Requires one standard piercing. Measures 70mm x 22mm x 6mm. Weighs 4 grams. Order is for ONE dagger. If you want a pair of earrings, you have to order two.
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Steampunk Crystal Orb Watch Pendant
$24.99
Steampunk Crystal Orb Watch Pendant
Wandering the hallways of our favorite conventions, we're constantly amazed by the steampunk costumes. Some folks construct their own, spending hours and hours cutting leather, sewing fabric, and gluing on gears. Others take the collector's approach and pick up their costume one perfect piece at a time: a skirt from this shop, boots from another, a tiny top hat from yet another. Either way, we have an enormous amount of respect for the love that goes into a steampunk outfit...
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Thor Dangle Earrings
$19.99 $9.99
Thor Dangle Earrings
"When we were little, we were afraid of thunderstorms. But our Geek Mom, ever the fan of comic books, said to us, ""Never fear, geeklings. It's just Thor and the Avengers bowling in Asgard! Let's set up our own bowling game and join them."" And soon enough, we were rolling a plastic ball across the hardwood floor at some colorful plastic pins and had forgotten why we were ever scared. Embrace the power of thunder with these Thor Dangle Earrings. They feature lightning bolts, crystals, and tiny Mjölnirs. Don't worry, because they are fake hammers they will not pull your earlobes to the ground when you wear them. Express your love of Thor or your desire to be a thunder goddess. Product Specifications Earrings for fans of Thor, The God of Thunder Feature Thor's Hammer, lightning bolts, and crystals Don't worry, the hammer isn't real so it won't pull your ears off Materials: Imitation rhodium (nickel-free tin alloy) Dimensions: 2.5"" long For our customers with nickel allergies: the metal in these earrings and their earwires are made of imitation rhodium, a nickel-free tin alloy."
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Scrolling LED Name Tag
$29.99 $19.99
Scrolling LED Name Tag
"Check-out this customizable name badge with scrolling LED message. It is completely programmable to say what you want. The message can be changed ""on the fly"" using the 3 onboard control buttons. Up to 6 different messages can be loaded into the badge. Each message can be set for scroll speed and brightness level. To change to a different message, simply use the buttons on the back of the badge. The Scrolling LED Badge is smaller than a credit card and weighs about 1 ounce. It attaches to your shirt using a small magnetic connection on the back of the badge. The LED message is very visible and easy to read and has 9 different speed settings. The battery life is about 18 hours."
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Leather Statement Cuff
$45.99 $29.99
Leather Statement Cuff
Jewelry is very specific to an individual. Certain people are drawn to certain things. We really like the simplicity of these cuffs, though. Metal and leather. That's it. They're hand-crafted in the US. They have a sort of steampunk aesthetic. And when we saw our quotation options, we knew we had to have them. Choose from Courage: It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are. (with an image of a tree) - e.e. cummings Lewis Carroll (attributed to Alice in Wonderland): Sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast. Super Me: If I gotta be me, I'm gonna be SUPER me!!! (with an inscribed lightning bolt above and attribution below) Tolkien: Not all those who wander are lost. (with an image of a swallow, the popular paraphrase from the LoTR poem "All that is gold does not glitter") 8 3/4" long, 1 5/8" wide dark chestnut leather band. Note that this is a softer, malleable leather, not the hard stuff you usually find on cuff bracelets.It fastens using holes punched on one end which slip over two pairs of riveted posts on the other. Depending on how you fasten it, it fits a 7 1/4" (2 outermost holes + 2 outermost posts), 6 1/2" (all 4 holes and posts), or 6" (2 innermost holes + 2 innermost posts) wrist. The plates with the statements on them are cast in lead-free metal and then given an antique brass finish. They attach to the bracelet using brass hooks. Our crafty geek girls will want to know you can add other things on to the hooks, such as beads or charms, to make your statement cuff truly unique, like you. Product features 8 3/4" long, 1 5/8" wide dark chestnut leather band. Statements cast in lead-free metal. Adjusts to fit a 7 1/4" (2 outermost holes + 2 outermost posts), 6 1/2" (all 4 holes and posts), or 6" (2 innermost holes + 2 innermost posts) wrist.
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Subdivision Cuff Bracelet
$59.99 $41.99
Subdivision Cuff Bracelet
"We love to see designs that are inspired by science (and math!). Seeing the name of this bracelet brought us back to the band room at school, but alas/thank goodness this bracelet has nothing to do with one-e-and-a, two-e-and-a. This bracelet is inspired by the complex forms of radiolaria, the amoeboid protozoa that produce mineral skeletons. While real radiolaria are only 0.1 - 0.2 mm in size, the folks who make these bracelets created an interactive software to morph, twist, subdivide and grow each design into something the naked eye can appreciate. The Subdivision Cuff Bracelet is a C-shaped, flexible cuff that fits close to the skin. Traditional manufacturing methods would be unable to produce these amazing pieces, so they were built up layer by layer using Selective Laser Sintering, which is a kind of 3D printing. Because of the 3D printing process, these pieces have a coral-like texture, are extremely lightweight, and have the flexibility to fit most any wrist. Wear a bit of Science today! Product Specifications Inspired by radiolarians, the protozoa that produce mineral skeletons C-shaped, flexible design fits close to the skin Coral-like texture and airy design make it fun to wear Lightweight nylon material is built up layer by layer using 3D printing Materials: Nylon with UV protective coating Pssst... this makes a great gift for someone with metal allergies! Dimensions: approx. 2.4"" x 2.0"" x 3.0"" (fits most wrists) Weight: 1 ounce"
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14K Rose Gold Over Sterling Silver Created White Sapphire Key Pendant
$74.99
14K Rose Gold Over Sterling Silver Created White Sapphire Key Pendant
Unlock the key to their heart with this stunning 14K rose gold over sterling silver pendant. The perfect gift, this pendant displays 35 round 1mm created white sapphires within its intricate key design, offering your sweetheart the perfect expression and constant reminder of your love and affection. Created white sapphires: 1.75 ct tw. 18-inch rose gold over sterling silver box chain with spring ring closure. Pendant measures 1-inch including bale.
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Thor Hammer Cuff Bracelet
$36.99 $14.99
Thor Hammer Cuff Bracelet
"Looking for a way to say to the world that you are a strong woman with old-fashioned values (and even older gods)? Take on the symbol of the lightning god Thor with this Hammer Cuff Bracelet. This particular bracelet is a double-headed Mjölnir that stretches nearly all the way around your wrist. It features an intricate pattern across the cuff and 48 tiny rhinestones on each of the hammer heads for a bit of glitter when it catches the light. This is a solid cuff but has a bit of give if you're big-boned like a good Norse gal should be. Product Specifications Wear a double-headed Mjölnir on your wrist Unlike Thor's actual hammer, this is quite lightweight Intricate pattern across the cuff, tiny rhinestones on the hammer head Materials: Imitation rhodium (nickel-free tin alloy) Dimensions: 7.85"" circumference (one size fits most adults) For our customers with nickel allergies: the metal in this bracelet is imitation rhodium, a nickel-free tin alloy."
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Telescope Necklace
$32.99 $19.99
Telescope Necklace
"We love steampunk! From the gears, goggles, top hats, everything about steampunk fashion is fun. Now there's a new thing for us to wear during cosplay: a telescope necklace! This vintage brass telescope harkens back to that romantic era of swashbuckling. As an added bonus, it's fully functional and collapsible. It comes with a 24"" antique brass necklace with a clasp closure. It'll make a great addition to any shiny costume, or on its own. And if you happen to see a dashing young swashbuckler on the other side of the party or con, use it to get a close-up before sauntering over. Nothing like saying ""I saw you from across the room"" and showing off the telescope necklace to entice someone to roguish adventure! Product Specifications Vintage collapsing brass telescope—it works! Perfect for steampunk cosplay Telescope is about 1.5"" in length when closed, and 3.25"" in length when open Hangs from 24"" antique brass necklace with clasp closure For our customers with nickel allergies: this pendant and chain are made from raw brass, and are both nickel free."
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iNecklace
$74.99 $44.99
iNecklace
When we saw this necklace, we knew it was perfect for our audience. It works both for straight-up Apple fangirls and also the girl who has to get under the hood of every gadget. For the former, this pendant is ready to go right out of the box. The default pulse that comes preprogrammed is reverse engineered from the Apple “breathing” LED pattern. The latter can get in and tinker with how the pendant's LED flashes to her heart's desire, because it's completely open source. The source code, circuit board files, schematics and CAD files are posted on GitHub. The pendant is machined from 6-series aluminum. Each iNecklace contains a circuit board with pulsating LED and two CR1220 batteries (one for now, one for later). The pendant is on a 18″ sterling silver 1.6mm diamond-cut curb chain that has been treated to inhibit tarnishing. Comes packaged in a black velveteen box.
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Gold-Plated Tungsten Carbide One Ring - Size 7
$99.99
Gold-Plated Tungsten Carbide One Ring - Size 7
The One Ring gave its bearer new powers of invisibility and immersed them into a shadowy world of darkness. Even those who were truly pure and unselfish couldn't help but be corrupted by the ring with time. We recommend you be careful then when you order this One Ring replica from The Lord of the Rings trilogy. We wouldn't want to see you corrupted... unless maybe it meant that we would get the Precious... Of course, we have more than One...
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Sundial and Stardial Pendants
$39.99
Sundial and Stardial Pendants
Technology is awesome, but can we trust it? How can we be sure that our cell phones aren't recording our brain waves and transmitting our ideas to evil corporations? How can we be sure that our watches aren't silently recording our pulses and sending the data to Big Food so they know when to advertise those juicy bacon cheeseburgers on TV and ruin our diet plans? Yeah, see, now you're paranoid too. We've taken the mirrors out of our bathrooms to avoid that classic horror movie moment, too. We recommend you do the same. Preventative paranoia is the key to success. Part of our plan is eschewing traditional watches for the sundial. Inspired by designs from Babylonia, Egypt, the Celts of Northern Europe, the Mayans and Incas and Aztecs, we've found the most imaginative and accurate wearable sundials anywhere. Instructions for reading your new sundial are included. Batteries, however, are not. They're not needed! Who needs batteries to sense the rhythms of the solar system? Guaranteed to work as long as the sun rises... and we don't want to think about the day that stops happening. How the Sundial works... On a sunny day, suspend the sundial by its black satin cord. Through a tiny hole, a thin ray of sunshine will illuminate a number on the inside of the dial showing the time of day. This Aquitaine sundial was named after Eleanor of Aquitaine, who gave one to King Henry II of England so Henry would know when to return from the hunt for their love trysts. (One must always be timely for love trysts. Tryst us on that one.) How the Stardial works... Set the middle wheel to the month, hold the dial upside down, and sight the North Star through the center hole. Move the top of the dial's arm to align with the uppermost stars of the Big Dipper, and read the time on the inner dial where the arm crosses the hour mark! Star dials were first used in the 15th century by navigators and are extremely accurate because they are based on the North Star. Product Features Pewter sundial & stardial ring pendants Tell the time without electricity, gears, or other technology Modeled after historical timepieces Approximately 1.3 inches (3.3 cm) in diameter Comes with a 30" black silk cord (or supply your own chain)
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Anguistralobe Pendant
$39.99 $29.99
Anguistralobe Pendant
"We think astrolabes and such gadgets are really cool, but we're glad we don't have to rely on them today. You know how complicated it is to program a destination into your GPS while you're sitting at a light. Imagine trying to figure it out using an astrolabe. We dig this non-functional one. For astrolabe fans (and those who just like to learn new stuffs), the mater (the disk which holds all the parts) on this is English pewter, and the tympans (azimuth and altitude of stars on the local horizon) and rete (Earth's orbit around the sun) are brass and are connected so that you can move them around the mater according to which fictional star you're interested in. It's fun to play with and good for keeping you awake during long meetings. Not that we'd know, of course. *winks* This pendant, made from English pewter and brass, is a little over 2"" tall, a little over 1 1/2"" wide (yes, it's round, but the height includes the bail), and around 1/4"" deep. It comes on a 20"" chain with a lobster clasp. It weighs just under an ounce. For our customers with nickel allergies: the back of this pendant and the chain are made of English pewter, which is a mixture of tin, antimony, and copper. It is free of both lead and nickel.."
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Superhero Earrings
$9.99
Superhero Earrings
"Sometimes you don't want big, flashy statement apparel that shouts ""I AM A GEEK!"" For instance, in corporate America, our t-shirts are generally frowned upon. For places that consider polos and khakis casual wear, we have an option that lets you show just a little bit of your true self any day of the week: superhero earrings. These earrings, made from surgical stainless steel, feature Marvel and DC Comics icons. The discs are each 1/4"" in diameter with a slightly domed appearance. On the die-cuts, the Punisher is 1/4"" wide by 3/8"" tall. The Batman is 3/8"" wide by 1/4"" tall. The Superman is super-sized: 5/8"" wide by 1/2"" tall. All have 18-gauge posts with butterfly-style, friction (push) backs. Product Specifications Sold as a pair. Made from 18G 316L surgical stainless steel. Not intended for use by children 12 and under. Dimensions: Discs are 1/4"" diameter. Die-cut are 1/4"" x 3/8"". For our customers with nickel allergies: these are made from 316L grade surgical stainless steel. That means their five main components are iron, chromium, nickel (10-14%), molybdenum, and manganese. This is implant-grade steel."
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Tentacle Ear Wrap
$34.99 $14.99
Tentacle Ear Wrap
A ThinkGeek exclusive in the US for a limited time! You guys liked our Dragon Ear Wrap so much, we asked the artists who came up with it to make us this little guy especially for y'all, ThinkGeek's customers. It took a few tries ("could we get it 10% more ominous?"), but we think they nailed him on this final iteration. It looks as if there's a sea creature right behind your ear, gently curved over your helix, waiting to unfurl at unsuspecting passersby. And as with the Dragon, the tentacle doesn't require any special piercings; a single, standard earring hole will do. Gotta be in your left earlobe for this to work, though. This tentacle, made from English pewter, is a little over 3" tall, a little over 1 1/2" wide, and around 1/4" deep. It weighs just over half an ounce. It is made for the left ear. It will not work in your right ear. If you buy it for your right ear, you will be sad. Also, for most humans this ear wrap should be a closer fit to your ear than the Dragon Ear Wrap right out of the package. The sample they made the mold from was sized to t-shirt girl's ear. Which is probably more information than you need to know to make a purchase, but there it is. For our customers with nickel allergies: the tentacle ear wrap is made of English pewter, which is a mixture of tin, antimony, and copper. It is free of both lead and nickel. The post is surgical-steel, which is a mixture of chromium, nickel and molybdenum. The post meets the guidelines set forth in EU Nickel Directive 94/27/EC.
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Secret Decoder Ring
$15.99
Secret Decoder Ring
Big Brother is watching. Listening. Reading your notes. What can you do? The tinfoil hat only protects your brain from the aliens. Once you put your ideas down on paper, anyone can read them. ANYONE. Possibly even the aliens with their x-ray beams. But definitely Big Brother since you're 99% sure that your house is bugged for video and audio. How else does Google find out you want to bake spam casserole? Paranoid much? (It's not paranoia if they really are out to get you.) Pick up a pair of Secret Decoder Rings and you'll be able to encrypt your most personal messages, like the sticky notes you leave on your significant other's lunch bag. Nobody needs to know that she calls you Pookiepants and you call her Snoshmuffin. Simply remove the ring from your finger, twist the interlocking bands and you'll be able to code and decode your messages in a jiffy. Product Features Code and decode secret messages with your jewelry Made of stainless steel Three sizes available: Small (size 6) - 16.5mm diameter - for slight ladies (or wearing on a chain) Medium (size 10) - 19.8mm diameter Large (size 12) - 21.3mm diameter
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Superhero Dangle Earrings
$29.99
Superhero Dangle Earrings
"Sometimes you need a little something more than our Superhero Earrings. Studs are perfect for everyday, but for special occasions, you want to bring something with a little bling to the party. These let you still show off your superhero affiliation, but with a little extra sparkle. These earrings, made from surgical stainless steel, feature Marvel and DC Comics icons. All have 18-gauge french hooks with clear rubber stoppers so they aren't going anywhere. Product Specifications Flash features his logo in candy apple red and yellow epoxy. Measures 1 3/4"" from top of wire to bottom of bolt. Batman features a citron rhinestone and black epoxied logo. Earwire has titanium ion plating (for extra science!). Measures 2"" from top of wire to bottom of logo. Superman features a crimson rhinestone and gold logo. Earwire has gold ion plating. Measures 2"" from top of wire to bottom of logo. Sold as a pair. Made from 18G 316L surgical stainless steel. Not intended for use by children 12 and under. For our customers with nickel allergies: these are made from 316L grade surgical stainless steel. That means their five main components are iron, chromium, nickel (10-14%), molybdenum, and manganese. This is implant-grade steel."
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Dragon Ear Wrap
$34.99
Dragon Ear Wrap
We see people with awesome piercings every so often and think, "That'd be neat to have, but they must have been working on that for years." For people who don't have that kind of time, we introduce the commitment-free Dragon Ear Wrap. He hovers over your right shoulder, whispering bad ideas into your ear (like dragons do), but he doesn't require any special piercings; a single, standard earring hole will do. Gotta be in your right earlobe for this to work, though...
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Baby Dragon Earring Studs
$9.99
Baby Dragon Earring Studs
Sometimes you just gotta capture yourself a metallic dragon (or two) and attach them to your head. Why? Maybe you're showing off your Targaryen bloodline. Maybe you're secretly a Dovahkiin. Or maybe you just think dragon hatchlings are adorable and want to keep them close. All we know is that you don't want to upset these little guys, cause if they use their cone of cold into your ear, you're going to have brain freeze worse than the coldest Slurpee you've ever had. Note that these earrings are immune to neither acid nor cold, so please handle with care. These tiny dragons, made from English pewter, are a little under 1/2" tall and wide, and a little over 1/2" deep (including the post). Each weighs just over 1/3 of an ounce. For our customers with nickel allergies: the dragons are made of English pewter, which is a mixture of tin, antimony, and copper. It is free of both lead and nickel. The post is surgical-steel, which is a mixture of chromium, nickel and molybdenum. The back is plastic.
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