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  • June 25, 2015
    This is the Back To The Future levitating hoverboard desktop toy available from ThinkGeek ($40). It floats on a series of rare earth magnets and will hover back and forth after given a push. Sadly, it is probably the closest many of us will ever come to getting to play with a... / Continue →
  • June 5, 2015
    This is the $150 officially licensed Han Solo frozen in carbonite mini fridge available from ThinkGeek (soon to be GameGeekThinkStop, who will buy back your previously used products for pennies on the dollar). It's weird this was actually a rejected Star Wars product considere... / Continue →
  • June 2, 2015
    Well it seemed like the fat lady had already sung and was headed to get a sandwich when I reported Hot Topic was buying ThinkGeek last week, but it appears GameStop has swooped in like some kind of eagle that only gives me $3.29 trade-in on most of my used games and claimed the... / Continue →
  • May 27, 2015
    All body jewelry buy one, get one $1?! Moooooom -- will you drive me to the mall? In sad news for everyone everywhere, Hot Topic has announced it's plan to purchase online retailer ThinkGeek in a deal worth $122-million. Apparently the two companies have been competitors for... / Continue →
  • May 14, 2015
    This is the $60 Captain America Shield Backpack available from ThinkGeek. It looks like Captain America's Shield, has a padded laptop/tablet pocket, and a hard plastic exterior. Speaking of backpacks -- is it still cool to only wear your backpack on one shoulder? Because w... / Continue →
  • April 30, 2015
    This is the Dagobah swamp shower curtain available from ThinkGeek ($25). It's perfect for the person who wants their bathroom to feel as swampy as possible. People are weird. My bathroom? My bathroom has a beach feel to it. "Stop talking about your beach themed bathroom." ... / Continue →
  • April 22, 2015
    These are the brain specimen drink coasters available from ThinkGeek ($20 for set of 10). Each coaster looks like a different cross section cut from a brain, and stacked resemble a whole brain. Me? I only operate with a quarter of a brain. "You're being generous." I probab... / Continue →
  • April 1, 2015
    Because April Fools' has officially become a day for companies to gauge the market for potential products, this is the $190 Voltron Cat Condo from ThinkGeek. It's an April Fools' joke that will probably become reality after enough people say they want it. Admittedly, it's pre... / Continue →
  • March 18, 2015
    Because there will come a time when every product is available with a Star Trek theme, this is the Star Trek USS Enterprise Sushi Set available from ThinkGeek ($35). The top comes off the Enterprise's circular hull to hold soy sauce, and the blue warp trails are actually chops... / Continue →
  • February 2, 2015
    This is the Critical Hit LED Dice Set available from ThinkGeek ($25). The set comes with d10, d12 and d20 dice that light up when you roll the highest number possible. Allegedly they did their best to make sure the dice are weighted properly, although I have my doubts. Perso... / Continue →
  • January 9, 2015
    This is the Critical Hit D20 Doormat available from ThinkGeek for $20. That would be $1 per side if it was actually a 20-sided icosahedron. It's not though, it's a flat doormat, so it actually costs $10 per side. Only one side is printed though, making it $20 per PRINTED sid... / Continue →
  • December 11, 2014
    This is a set of Adventure Time character nesting dolls available from ThinkGeek ($25). Pretty cute, right? You know, I got a set of traditional Russian nesting dolls for Christmas when I was a kid. There were so many of them! I wound up accidentally swallowing the tiniest o... / Continue →
  • October 17, 2014
    These are the $13 3-D tyrannosaurus rex and octopus coffee mugs designed and sold by ThinkGeek. The t-rex holds 17-ounces, the octopus 15-ounces, and both make the perfect mugs to differentiate yourself from the rest of your coworkers. "Nice mug, GW." NO SHIT IT IS, PHIL, I'... / Continue →
  • October 6, 2014
    This is the $10 Laser Collar Pet Toy available from ThinkGeek. It's a pet collar attachment that points a red laser dot wherever your dog or cat is looking, so they have something to chase because you're too lazy to wave the laser pointer around for them. It's perfect for the... / Continue →
  • September 8, 2014
    Originally a ThinkGeek April Fools' product, the company will be selling real Flux Capacitor USB Car Chargers later this month for $25. The unit has two USB ports, each capable of providing 2.1-amps to charge your electronics. Hmm, that sounds like a far cry from the 1.21-jig... / Continue →
  • September 3, 2014
    This is the Zombie Hoodie available from ThinkGeek ($50 -- even for a XXXL!). It has a zip-up face mask complete with see-through eye holes and a breathable mouth. That way you can see where you're going and not pass out while you're chasing kids off your lawn on Halloween. ... / Continue →
  • August 11, 2014
    These are the officially licensed $20 Game Of Thrones Westeros map beer steins available from ThinkGeek. They hold 20-ounces of your favorite beverage. Me? I prefer my steins much larger. Plus with one of those metal lids on top so my coworkers can't smell the booze. They ... / Continue →
  • July 31, 2014
    This is the Star Trek Borg Cube Fridge available from ThinkGeek ($150). It can hold nine cans of soda plus a little extra and glows green inside and out. Nine cans of soda isn't that many, but the thing is only a foot square so it doesn't take up a lot of room either. You kn... / Continue →
  • July 2, 2014
    What's that, Lassie? Timmy got beamed back with his penis for an arm?! This is the Star Trek Captain's Chair Pet Bed available from ThinkGeek ($80). It's a dog bed that looks like the captain's chair from Star Trek. But way plusher. I slept in a dog's bed once when I got d... / Continue →
  • June 4, 2014
    This is the Rampaging Kaiju Garden Gnome available from ThinkGeek ($25). It stands 9-inches tall and is in the middle of eating a bunch of gnomes. Can you believe it can actually hold things in its little arms? That's cute. Still, I'd like to see this thing go head-to-head ... / Continue →