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Pi Symbol Ice Cube Tray by ThinkGeek
When hosting the next soirée at your geek bachelor pad you'll need the proper equipment to ensure success. All three major gaming consoles, a flat screen over 40" wide, a well trained dungeon master, a complete Star Wars action figure collection, and a fully stocked liquor cabinet are a must. But how about ice? You were planning to use that standard vaguely cubical stuff?..... Brought to you by ThinkGeek.
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Star Wars X-Wing Ice Cube Tray
"Red Daddy, this is Red Mama. I thought I'd given you the entire party shopping list, but it appears I forgot a few things. Please pick up a ranch dressing packet, another 2-liter of cola, and some birthday candles. Remember, Red Kiddo hates the color red lately, so get blue candles, okay? Stay on target, Red Daddy. You can do it. I'll be here at home base frosting the birthday cake. Red Mama out. The X-Wing Ice Tray creates ice or candies in the shape of X-Wing Fighters. Safe for melted chocolate, the fridge, or the freezer, this food-safe silicone tray can do it all. We're pretty sure that Red Mama has made X-Wing chocolates to decorate Red Kiddo's cake. Black frosting stains the teeth, but it's worth it to have a cake that looks like a dogfight in space. Product Specifications Ice tray creates ice in the shape of X-Wings Makes 6 X-Wings 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"""
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Star Theater Pro Home Planetarium
On a clear night, one has only to look up to realize how much wonder is still waiting for us in the universe. Out there, amongst the stars, are secrets and surprises beyond our wildest dreams. Well why not, while you're working on your own way of getting up there to the stars, bring the stars down to you? With the Star Theater Pro Home Planetarium it's as easy as a button press. The Star Theater Pro Home Planetarium is the coolest little optical star planetarium for the home you'll ever find...
Xtensor Gamer Hand Exerciser
You've got the greatest gaming rig out there. You've spent a lot of money on it - now it's a monolithic liquid-nitrogen-cooled monstrosity capable of pumping out smoother 3D video than real-life. Your pointing device is sensitive to a billion dpi, and your keyboard has a customized throw-distance tuned exactly to your finger length. After all this effort, you still get pwned by n00bs. What's the problem? Your rig may be awesome, and your brain may be sharp and quick, but if your body doesn't respond to your brain's commands correctly, you may as well be playing with mittens on. You need physical conditioning, Daniel-san, and there'll be no wax-on-wax-off, no sand-o-floor, no paint fence. The Xtensor is the only product on the market to perform with true biomechanical correctness, able to stimulate muscles and tendons in the hands, wrists and elbows that have been virtually off limits to all other devices. Repetitive gripping and squeezing of your game-controller or mouse forces extended isometric contractions of the flexor muscles of the hands and fingers producing an unnatural imbalance over time as the hands operate in a mostly closed position. For this reason, patients with hand, wrist and elbow disorders experience unnecessarily long healing times and high reoccurrence rates. Everybody got that? Flexing with the Xtensor between gaming sessions will make your reaction-times much quicker, and will mean no cramping hands after all-night fragging sessions.
Portal Turret LED Flashlight w/ Sound
Cave Johnson here. Introducing the consumer version of our most popular military-grade product: the turret. We box 'em up and ship 'em straight to your doorstep. So you can protect the things that matter most. Just try and get close to that baby. Ha! Your funeral. We're done here." - Aperture Investment Opportunity #3: Turrets If there's one thing about turrets, it's that they're uncannily good at seeing things that are in front of them. And then riddling those things with holes..