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Doctor Who Adipose Stress Toy
Doctor Who Adipose Stress Toy
"The fat just walks away!" Gosh, we wish those Adipose pills had actually worked without the pesky side effect of death. We could have fit a lot more of us in those elevators at Dragon*Con. Sadly, we're just going to have to hit the gym and attempt spin class. If copy stops being written, you'll know why. Take care of our monkey families and don't forget to spread our ashes in downtown Indy during GenCon. We want to be with our people...
by ThinkGeek
$24.99  
Doctor Who Tardis Ice Bucket
Doctor Who Tardis Ice Bucket
The Doctor Who Tardis Ice Bucket measures approximately 12 tall, and features a removable interior. The TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimension(s) In Space) is a time traveling device and vessel utilized by Doctor Who. The TARDIS is a manifestation of Time Lord technology. The Doctor's model is a substandard Type 40, complete with a malfunctioning chameleon circuit that leaves the TARDIS trapped in the outward semblance of an antiquated London police box.
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$25.95  
Doctor Who TARDIS Mini Safe
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
by ThinkGeek
$39.99  
Doctor Who TARDIS Mini Fridge
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Doctor Who TARDIS Mini Fridge
We assume that the TARDIS probably has a kitchen in it somewhere, created at the behest of a companion, of course. It's pretty rare that we see the Doctor sitting down to a meal, unless he's assessing the palate of his new incarnation. Fish fingers and custard FTW! You may not be a companion (yet!) but that doesn't mean the TARDIS can't land in your home, office, or home office. The Doctor Who TARDIS Mini Fridge holds a six-pack of 12-ounce cans, so you'll always have a cold drink close at hand...
by ThinkGeek
$49.99   $74.99   (- 33%)
Doctor Who 16oz Travel Mug
Doctor Who 16oz Travel Mug
Raise your hand if you've seen a blue car with a vanity license plate that says TARDIS, T4RDIS, TARD1S, T4RD1S, TARDI5, TARD15, T4RDI5 or T4RD15. Just in the area local to ThinkGeek HQ, there are at least three. We salute you, superfans who wear your Doctor Who love on your vehicles. Some of us carry our Doctor Who love inside our vehicles, which is why we have the Doctor Who Travel Mug. This 16 ounce mug is printed to look just like a TARDIS.... a travel-mug shaped TARDIS, that is. (A rectangular travel mug wouldn't fit in your circular cup holder, you see!) Fill it up with your caffeinated morning beverage of choice and get ready to wish you had a real TARDIS while you sit in traffic and sip your brew. Product Specifications Travel mug that looks like the TARDIS Drink while you wish you had a real time traveling vehicle Material: Blue plastic exterior, stainless steel interior Capacity: Holds 16 ounces of your favorite beverage Love your mug: Hand wash only
by ThinkGeek
$12.99  
Journal of Impossible Things and Mini Sonic Screwdriver Pen
Journal of Impossible Things and Mini Sonic Screwdriver Pen
John Smith: I was, um... Sorry, sorry. Sometimes I have these extraordinary dreams. Martha Jones: What about, sir? John Smith: I dream I'm this... adventurer. This...daredevil, a madman. 'The Doctor', I'm called. And last night I dreamt that you were there, as my... companion. When the 10th Doctor used a Chameleon Arch to turn himself into the human John Smith, he kept a dream diary. The pages were chock full of what he thought were crazy dreams of aliens, strange places, and a language he didn't speak. A real Journal of Impossible Things was created for the filming of the show; this is a replica of that journal. It even comes with a mini sonic screwdriver pen in case you'd like to sketch your own impossible dreams. Product Specifications A journal of the Doctor's dream doodles Replica of the journal used in Human Nature and Family of Blood Full of artwork and notes The Doctor made while human Includes a mini sonic screwdriver pen with a blue light Blank pages in the back so you can add your own impossible dreams Officially licensed Doctor Who collectible
by ThinkGeek
$22.99  
Heat Changing TARDIS Mug
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Heat Changing TARDIS Mug
Remember when the tenth Doctor first arrived on the scene? All he needed was a good cup of tea to really get going. And once some hot liquids got into him (well, into the TARDIS . . . well, into the Doctor's lungs . . . well . . . ), he was really able to strut his stuff. And now you can too, with this awesome Doctor Who Heat Changing TARDIS Mug. See, the TARDIS starts in London, resting calmly on a city street...
by ThinkGeek
$8.99   $10.99   (- 18%)
Doctor Who TARDIS 4 Port USB Hub
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Doctor Who TARDIS 4 Port USB Hub
I seek audience with the ThinkGeek Consciousness under peaceful contract, according to Convention Fifteen of the Shadow Proclamation. This is the vehicle of the Time Lord. TARDIS, or Time And Relative Dimension In Space has its chameleon circuit broken, so it's stuck looking like an old British Police box from Earth year zero-point-five-slash-apple-slash-five-zero, or 1950 by local reckoning. That, and it's become a 4 port USB hub a mere 11 centimeters tall...
by ThinkGeek
$19.99   $29.99   (- 33%)
Doctor Who TARDIS Lunch Box
Doctor Who TARDIS Lunch Box
Can you imagine being like The Doctor and having to rediscover food every time you regenerate? It must be a bit like being a baby all over again. People say, "Here, try this!" You eye them suspiciously. You try the foodstuff and it's awful and you make hilarious faces. And like a baby, you probably end up enjoying combinations of foods that nobody else would think of - like fish fingers and custard. Even if your lunch plan doesn't involve Jelly Babies, The Doctor won't mind if you put it in his lunch box. Shaped like the top third of the TARDIS, this lunch box may in fact be bigger on the inside. We could certainly fit a lot of lunch food in it. Whether your Whovian is heading to the board room or the classroom, they'll love to carry their lunch in this classic meal lunch box. Product Specifications Limited edition TARDIS shaped lunch box Classic metal lunch box for fans of Doctor Who Holds more lunch food inside than you may think Tip: Carry the fish fingers and custard in separate containers, mix just before you intend to eat them. This prevents soggy fish fingers Dimensions: 8 5/8" wide x 6 3/4" tall x 4" deep (possibly deeper on the inside!)
by ThinkGeek
$14.99  
Doctor Who TARDIS Talking Cookie Jar
Doctor Who TARDIS Talking Cookie Jar
We don't know about you, but we miss the days when we lived alone. Back then, we could have a jar full of cookies and know exactly how many were left. Simple mathematics. 51 Oreos in a package, minus 2 before work, minus 2 when we got home, minus 2 after dinnner with a glass of cold milk. We knew that package of Oreos would last approximately 8.5 days. But now that we're saddled with significant others, roommates, and/or geeklings, the math gets complicated...
by ThinkGeek
$29.99  

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