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tokidoki Phonzies
$3.99
tokidoki Phonzies
Every time cell phones change their form factors, we have to rethink our ways of accessorizing them. In the early days, you could dangle a charm from the antenna or maybe put some stickers or rhinestones on the back. Then phones evolved into having big screens and we expressed ourselves through our cases and skins. And now, we have the adorable trend of phone charms, cute little creatures that hang out in your headphone jack. Each Phonzie is blind-boxed because tokidoki believes in randomized cuteness. All your tokidoki favorites are in the collection: Adios, Ciao Ciao, SANDy, Mozzarella, Maxx, Donutella, Bastardino, Lion Papa, Savana, Prima Donna, Bambu, and Stellina herself! Pop your friend into your empty headphone jack and they'll stay securely fastened to your phone, keeping you company with their unbelievable cuteness. Product Specifications Adorable buddy to attach to your phone Pops into your headphone jack and stays put (Pop it out if you need to use your headphones!) Blind box packaging makes your charm a mystery All your favorite tokidoki characters are here 12 Phonzies in the set -- collect them all! Compatibility: Any device with a headphone jack Dimensions: 3/4" tall tokidoki Unicornos FAQ You say these are "Blind Boxed." What does that mean? It means you can't choose which one of the assortment you receive. If you buy one or more units of this product you will get a random selection of the figures shown. What if I buy five? Will I get five different models? Maybe. Maybe not. It is unlikely, but all five may be the same. They are random. I want a specific one now! Why can't you dig around in a box somewhere, find the one I want and mail it to me? Two reasons: 1. Our Robotic Warehouse Monkeys don't have the ability to discern the difference between various mini figures. They use their mechanical claw hands to reach into a box and pull some items for your order. You get what you get. 2. The packaging on these toys makes it hard from the outside to tell what figure they contain. We would have to open the sealed package and hunt for specific mini figures. This is not really feasible. Or a good idea. Plus, it lets us give you an awesome surprise, which we like doing.
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North Paw Directional Anklet Kit
$159.99
North Paw Directional Anklet Kit
"The North Paw Directional Anklet Kit is an entire science experiment in one little kit. Actually, it's many. Nothing funny here; let's just get right to the awesome. First, you get the joy of soldering together a really snazzy kit. DIY-ing things is fun. But then, once you've assembled your North Paw Directional Anklet Kit, the real crazy fun begins. As you probably guessed from the name, the North Paw Directional Anklet Kit goes on your ankle. It has a compass module which powers 8 pager vibrating motors which surround your leg. Whichever direction magnetic north is, that's which motor vibrates. So, wearing your North Paw Directional Anklet will allow your brain to always know where magnetic north is. But the science experiment hasn't ended there. Eventually, your brain begins to tune out the vibration (your brain is wacky and tends to quiet constant stimuli from your conscious mind) and you just ""know"" where north is. BUT IT DOESN'T END THERE! Some studies have reported, after prolonged use of the North Paw Directional Anklet (and/or similar directional stimulation methods), folks experience a very odd sense of direction (slight disorientation) for a couple of days after stopping using it - almost like your brain is lost. The North Paw Directional Anklet Kit is a whole buncha science experiments crammed into one tiny little kit. The bonus is: you'll always know which direction your toilets are facing (ours are north-northeast). North Paw Directional Anklet Kit Put this awesome kit together and always know where magnetic north is. You wear the anklet and one of 8 vibrators buzzes to let you know where magnetic north is. Eventually, your brain ignores the buzz and you just know where magnetic north is. An awesome science project great for science fairs or outdoorsfolks who like not getting lost. Includes: 2 pieces of sticky-back velcro, 8 sticky-back velcro dots, 12"" of 10 conductor ribbon cable, 87quot; piece of 1/16"" shrink tubing, small black plastic enclosure box, LiPo Battery, 10"" custom armature fabric (veltex, velcro and zipper) enclosure, custom North Paw V2.0 PCB, 2 x 10kOhm resistors, 1 green LED, 2 x 0.1uF caps (little yellow ones, some have very long leads), 1 large 47uF electrolytic cap, ATMEGA168 28DIP IC, TPIC 16DIP IC, 1x3 and 2x3 right angle female header sockets for compass (these may be still included, but are no longer required), 3 pin resonator (blue), switch STDP, 2x5 male right angle motor socket, LSM303 compass module with headers, 2 x ribbon cable snap (only 1 required), 8 x coin-type vibrating motors, 330 Ohm resistor, red LED, JST power jack for battery, MAX1555 (SMD device already soldered to the PCB, IC for charging LiPo batteries), 1uF cap (larger yellow capacitor - some have very short leads), USB mini-B jack. Power: USB mini-B cable not included (for charging batteries) Other Things: wire cutters, wire strippers, soldering iron, solder, clear packing or scotch tape, and (optional) hot air gun not included..."
ThinkGeek
The ThinkGeek USB Snowbot
$11.99 $9.99
The ThinkGeek USB Snowbot
"Color changing scan, eerie Snowbot sound, articulating arms...a ThinkGeek exclusive... Last December, as we were settling down for a long winter's nap, we were visited by two robots from the future! They spoke to us and now it is time to share their message. There's good news and bad news. The good news is there are tons of really cool robots in the future. The bad news is they are divided into two factions, are waging war against each other, and have ""downgraded"" humans to pretty much servants and food. We quickly smashed the robots with hammers, and swore to devise a way to save humanity. Before we destroyed the robots, however, we were able to learn two things. 1. Each army of robots uses a different color scanning light (red or blue); 2. We have no idea which side is in humanity's best interest to win. So we built the Snowbot - a small, winter-themed beacon…and perhaps our only hope. Powered by a simple USB port, the Snowbot has a scanning light just like the robots from the future. You can change the speed of the scan, turn on/off the scanning noise, and (for future protection) change the scan color (red or blue). So no matter which robot army storms your home or office, a quick flick of a switch and you are rooting for the invader's color. Hopefully then the robots will just make you a servant and not an appetizer. Good luck and happy holidays. The ThinkGeek Snowbot Features: USB Powered (for great justice!) Scanning LED Robotic Eye Rate of sweeping is controllable via knob Selectable LED Robotic Eye Colors (Blue or Red) Authentic Snowbot Sound (on/off switch) Rotating, articulating metal arms Coiled (12"") USB cable extends to 30"" ThinkGeek Notes: There is a chance that the artificial intelligence which created the robot armies of the future originated from a massive connection of small USB desktop devices plugged into computers connected to the Internet. Please don't blame us if, by attempting to find a way to save humanity, we have inadvertently doomed it. Thank you."
ThinkGeek
Japanese Nanotechnology Pet Beds
$89.99 $39.99
Japanese Nanotechnology Pet Beds
"""You know, I have one simple request. And that is to have sharks with frickin' laser beams attached to their heads! Now evidently my cycloptic colleague informs me that that cannot be done. Ah, would you remind me what I pay you people for, honestly?"" - Dr. Evil, Austin Powers, International Man of Mystery We still do not have sharks with frickin' laser beams attached to their heads. ThinkGeek's Los Angeles Maritime Electromagnetic Radiation team (LA MER) is hard at work developing this technology but it's still several years away from a cost-effective consumer model. But good news! We have these pet beds that look like sharks. And if you put your pet inside the bed and take a photo with a flash, you'll get a shark with lasers! BAM. Pretty impressive, we think. These super fun pet beds are sized for small dogs, cats, or pocket pets. They're made with nanotechnology which makes them self-cleaning. The particles in the fabric will absorb bacteria and pet odors and all you need to do to refresh the bed is unzip it every so often and let it sit in the sunshine. In case of bigger messes, the bed is surface washable and the inner cushion can be thrown in the washing machine. Get out your camera and send us an Action Shot of your very own Shark With Frickin' Laser Beams. Product Specifications Super fun shark bed for small dogs, cats, or other small pets Fully collapsible yet rigid when assembled Nanotechnology makes it self-cleaning! No animal smell! Nano-particles absorb bacteria, viruses, ammonia and other harmful substances To engage cleaning action: Unzip and leave bed in the sunshine For other messes: Wipe with a damp cloth and/or machine wash inner cushion Pet and people safe - totally non-toxic technology (yep, they can lick it) Dimensions (please check carefully to order the right size!): Small: 13"" high x 15"" wide (pets up to 10 lbs) Large: 22"" high x 17"" wide (pets up to 25 lbs)"
ThinkGeek
Electronic Bubble Wrap Keychain
$2.99
Electronic Bubble Wrap Keychain
One of the single greatest gifts (and curses) to anyone who is a little anal retentive is bubble wrap. Sure it's good for protecting packages, but the real joy is popping each and every bubble. You can't let even one survive or your mission as bubble popper has failed. But what happens when you desire the joy of popping bubble wrap but don't have the time to invest in popping a full 60' roll? Welcome to the future, my friends; electronic bubble wrap is here. Each keychain device has 8 rubbery little "bubble" buttons. They have a pretty close tactile feel to actual bubble wrap. Guess what happens when you push one? That's right, you hear a little pop. In a nutshell, that is the simple beauty of the electronic bubble wrap keychain. But there is one bonus, and here's where the OCD can kick in a little. Every 100th "pop" is not a pop at all, but a silly sound: a boing, a bark, a rude noise, etc. And since you can easily pop (pun intended) the keychain in your pocket, you'll always have bubble wrap when you need it most (you know, like when your boss starts talking). Dimensions: 1.75" x 1.5" x 0.5"
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Panasonic SD-YD250 Automatic Bread Maker with YeastPro
$151.99
Panasonic SD-YD250 Automatic Bread Maker with YeastPro
Panasonic SD-YD250 Automatic Bread Baker with Yeast Pro offers you the ability of having delicious bread, freshly prepared and baked right at home, with virtually no fuss or bother. Just place the ingredients in to the SD-YD250 and it does everything else. Yeast Pro Dispenser automatically adds yeast to the dough at just the right time and amount Choice of medium, large or x-large loaf (2.5 pound maximum) based on your needs Selectable bread modes for varying types of breads - Bread Modes include Basic, Whole wheat, Multigrain, French, Dough, Pizza Dough, and Bake Only Choose among 3 crust Color settings: Select your favorite crust color - light, medium or dark 13 Hour Digital Timer Non-stick heavy duty pan Temperature safety fuse 10 minute power interruption protection maintains operation for up to 10 minutes in case of possible power failure Color: White
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