As you can tell by their accents, the Imperials love tea time. ThinkGeek commissioned a weapon that annihilates productivity in the name of that sacred tradition. This ceramic set consists of a 12oz teapot and 6oz mug that can be stacked to look like the Death Star.
The perfect place for keeping your stash of post-apocalyptic soft drinks, this desktop mini refrigerator holds up to a dozen cans of soda, or a mix of cans and bottles. An optional light you can place on top helps guide your way through the wasteland to cold refreshment.
ThinkGeek’s officially-licensed Pip-Boy 3000 Mk. IV replica. This post-apocalyptic wearable device has working knobs and screen that displays a variety of decorative interfaces, but it can also show incoming SMS and calls if you pair it with your smartphone.
Unless you live somewhere pretty far North and isolated from the big city, you probably don’t have a chance to see the Northern Lights. Enjoy the Aurora Borealis every time you fill up your coffee with this ceramic mug that reveals the glorious green lights whenever it heats up.
The TGX Tactical Flask is actually just a flask, albeit with a nice textured PVC panel and a matte black finish. It’s the flask’s case that’s compatible with MOLLE gear, presumably ThinkGeek’s upcoming Tactical E-cig.
This teensy retro-style “hi-fi” system is styled after the bookshelf stereo systems of the 1970s. Pop the lid off to see the glowing “tubes” inside. This Bluetooth system offers two 3W speakers, and a class D amp. The speakers measure just 3″ tall, and the receiver is 4″ wide.
Keep snacks and drinks cool inside a frozen Han Solo. It’s about 19″x 11″x 11″ and can carry up to 18 cans of soda. It has two removable shelves, a handle on top and red LEDs in front. It cools down to 32°F and can also heat up to 149°F.
ThinkGeek gives the kitschy office kiss-ass gift a video game-themed remix. This one’s for those who were born in the dark, molded by it. Those who kidnap princesses time and time again. Those to whom all your base now belongs.
Look inside a human brain without the inconvenience of being crammed into an MRI chamber. This set of 10 glass coasters are each printed with a brain slice, which form a completed image when stacked in the proper sequence.
ThinkGeek grabbed a low-hanging fruit for one of its April Fools’ jokes, conceptualizing a Steam Machine that actually runs on steam. All you need is coal and water. The steampunk controller looks sweet.
Have a very Mega Christmas with ThinkGeek’s officially licensed Mega Buster replica. It fits on either your left or right hand and has two different light and sound effect sets, one for a normal shot and one for a charged shot.
Wait a minute. Doc, are you telling us ThinkGeek built a time-telling machine…out of a flux capacitor? This officially licensed Back to the Future watch displays the date on an LCD screen, while 12 dots of light show the time.
A bundle containing three 4.25oz glow-in-the-dark soaps. The Uranium soap glows green, the Plutonium soap glows blue and the Fallout Shelter sign soap glows white. They come in a gift-ready packaging.
After a long day of super soldiering, you could use a nice long soak in the tub. But instead of walking around the house naked afterwards, class up your act with this all-American hooded bathrobe, adorned with the Cap’s shield on back.
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