LEGO builder ElectryDragonite made this desktop vending machine using LEGO bricks, Mindstorms NXT controllers, and servo motors to dispense one of four different drink flavors, and has a working coin mechanism that rejects bad coins. It even keeps drinks cool.
Versonel’s mini fridge was designed to fit right in with garages or workshops. It has an adjustable divider, four locking swivel casters and three functional – albeit shallow – tool drawers on its upper half. Available in blue or red.
ThinkGeek is about to go HAM on the cube-shaped refrigerator market. Fridge-wise, this unsolvable puzzle is exactly the same as the Borg Cube fridge – it keeps food warm or cold, and can be powered via 120V AC or 12V DC.
Ten of ten Trekkies would love to have this geeky fridge. Exclusive to ThinkGeek, the refrigerator has green outer and inner lights. It can also be used to warm food. It’s powered via 120V AC or 12V DC, no Borg alcove needed.
Made by garage storage maker Gladiator GarageWorks, the Chillerator is a heavy-duty and energy-efficient 19 cu.ft. refrigerator. It has a stainless steel body and 5″ solid rubber casters for easy cleanup and transport.
The beer lovers’ fridge. Elvira Stoveworks’ Northstar refrigerators not only have a cool 1950s design, they can also be equipped with a draft system, including a beer tap, a CO2 cylinder and a keg. Beer sold separately.
Even if you can’t play a lick of electric guitar, you’ll still want this Marshall stack in your pad, once you discover that it’s actually a refrigerator. We’ll even forgive them for stocking this one with Bud.