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Doctor Who TARDIS Table Lamp
Lamps are cool, especially this one. It's none other than a Type 40 TARDIS Table Lamp, Mark 3, capable of illuminating anything within time and space. (Time Lord not included, for your safety.) This lamp features the Eleventh Doctor, bow tie and all, with Amy Pond and a host of baddies from our favorite BBC show. And if that's not your Doctor, flip the lampshade over to showcase even more of our favorite blue box. No matter who your Doctor is, there's only one TARDIS...
Doctor Who TARDIS Mini Safe
The Doctor has always used a key to secure the TARDIS, but it's changed shape and size over the course of his 900-ish years. It's gone from a standard Yale key (like a real police box would have) to a spade shaped silver key to a double helix and back to the standard Yale key again. But one thing never changed: that one key was the only thing able to unlock the amazing vehicle known as the TARDIS. This TARDIS Safe will allow you to lock some of your prized possessions away from friends, family, coworkers, and alien life forms. Rest easy knowing that only you hold the key. When locked, the light on top pulses gently, awaiting your return. Turn the key and the light will flash and the distinctive vworp vworp vworp will play as the interior of the TARDIS is revealed. Product Specifications Keep your stuff safe from friends, family, and aliens Lock valuables inside the Doctor's TARDIS Only you have the little key that opens the TARDIS When unlocked, the TARDIS light flashes and re-materialisation sounds play When locked, the light gently pulses Batteries: 3 AA (not included) Dimensions: approx. 9" tall
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..."
TARDIS-Shaped Expansion Babydoll
"Imagine living in a dimensionally-transcendental space. We would never have an issue with running out of space again. (Because there is no such thing as too many shoes. Only not enough closets. Of course, there could be the jettisoning of closets in order to escape some horrible catastrophe, presumably more horrible than jettisoning all your shoes. But we digress.) The TARDIS is like infinite Space Bags without needing a vacuum. Imagine what it'd be like if the Doctor were on Hoarders. Oh man. They'd have to cordon off a whole section of the universe because it'd contain hundreds of ""perfectly good"" broken sonic screwdrivers that the Doctor was going to fix ""when he had some free time."" Like ya do. ""Time And Relative Dimension In Space"" written out in the shape of the TARDIS on this navy blue, babydoll (fitted) shirt."