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Relaxing Magic Showerhead Nckl
$79.99
Relaxing Magic Showerhead Nckl
Relaxing MagicShowerhead - Brushed Nickel - 7 colors fade from White, to Yellow, to Orange, to Red, to Purple, to Blue, and to Green Create a Spa-Like Environment in the Comfort of Your Own Shower. Enliven your daily shower experience by transforming your regular shower into a fountain of brilliant fun with the help of MagicShowerhead illuminates the shower water producing a variety of changing colors (7 colors fade from White, to Yellow, to Orange, to Red, to Purple, to Blue, and to Green). The MagicShowerhead creates an experience that can feel as enjoyable and relaxing as being in a spa. It fits standard shower hoses and shower arms. No batteries or electricity needed. Select fixed or hand-held shower head option. Water consumption 2.5 gal/min at 80 psi. Relaxing MagicShowerhead - Brushed Nickel
SkyMall, Inc.
Gummy Bear Light
$27.99 $20.99
Gummy Bear Light
"We love gummy bears for their deliciousness, but did you know these fun facts about our favorite chewy treat? Gummy bears originated in Germany, where they're known as Gummibärchen, which means ""rubber bear."" Haribo, the original gummy bear company, started in 1920. We wonder if speakeasies in the US soaked gummy bears in vodka... Many brands of gummy bears aren't vegetarian or kosher because they contain porcine gelatin. (We wonder where the bacon-flavored gummy bears are?) There was a fear that gummy bears made with bovine gelatin could transmit Mad Cow Disease to humans. After much testing, it was determined to be a ""minuscule"" risk. This particular gummy bear is not to be eaten. Really, he's made of plastic and he doesn't taste very good. He's an accessory that makes an adorable nightlight for a wee geek's room or quirky ambient lighting on the desk of a grown-up geek with a sweet tooth. Just squeeze his rubbery belly and the built-in LED will glow. Bullet Headline For Ages 3 and Up Red gummy bear makes a fun nightlight for your wee geek Adult geeks with a sweet tooth love them, too No matter how tasty it looks, do not eat it Squeeze the bear's belly to turn the light on or off Timer switch on the base provides a 1 hour automatic switch-off Batteries: 2 AA for portable use (not included) or plug in via a DC to USB cord (included). USB cord does not charge the battery. Dimensions: 3"" wide x 3"" deep x 7"" tall"
ThinkGeek
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)"
ThinkGeek