Thanks to a conductive coil in its base, when you give the “Magnet Powered Spinning Top” a spin it will keep on doing so for a week – long enough to trick kids into believing that they’re in a dream.
WETA makes full-size dupes of the first gun Wikus fired at MNU HQ for target practice. Based on the original design by Greg Broadmore, WETA says the weapon won’t fire unless you are part prawn.
Back in the day, product designer Jason “ToyOtter” Geyer and his co-workers had the opportunity to pitch over 100 Star Wars collectible concepts for Pepsi. We think they should have ALL been made.
A 100% Kubrick (2.4-inch) two-pack featuring French electronic music duo Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter in their TRON: Legacy get up. They don’t light up though.
Everyone knows that time on the throne is a great opportunity for multitasking. Now you can add putting to that list, thanks to this kit. Don’t forget to yell “Fore!” as you drop bombs.
Star Wars action figure specialist Sillof teamed up with fellow customizer Glorbes to create these World War II-themed toys. C-3PO looks awesome, but we like Capt. Hank Solowski the most.
Sariel says that this 11-lb. tow truck is his most complex creation yet, and we believe him. 17 electric motors powers its moving parts, including the towing arm and the steerable front wheels.
Air Swimmers are fish and shark shaped indoor helium filled mylar balloons that you can maneuver in the air with a remote control. They take a single battery and can stay afloat for up to 2 weeks.
The Esper Dominoes can communicate with each other wirelessly, so that other pieces can fall even without actual physical contact. Pieces can also be programmed to fall based on their number.