They’ll make your home’s front entryway look like the aftermath of a ferocious lightsaber battle, but these clever wall hooks that ThinkGeek created are just an illusion—no drywall was harmed in their making.
R2-D2 and BB-8 have saved the day countless times in what will probably end up being a never-ending series of movies. But droids are an expensive companion, and you’ll never have to put up with any sass-talking from this set of lightsaber-handled screwdrivers.
Garden gnomes were never exactly a trendy addition to any home, but if you must fill your garden with tiny ceramic characters, at least go with this 17-inch-tall R2-D2 statue instead of a bunch of creepy trolls.
As the weather gets nicer, it’s time to finally pause The Force Awakens and head outside for some fresh air and sunshine. That doesn’t mean you have to abandon Star Wars altogether. Not when ThinkGeek’s just revealed a wonderful kite collection full of X-Wings, Death Stars, and Droids.
Could a relationship between an astromech droid and an anthropomorphised articulated desk lamp ever really work? Debatable. But it’s worth a shot, because if it did, their offspring would be this fantastic R2-D2 Architectural Desk Lamp that ThinkGeek is now selling for $60.
The same way you really only buy sugary breakfast cereals for the smattering of marshmallows they include, this $20 tin of Justice League paperclips is still worth every last penny even if you toss all but the ten Batman clips it comes with.
You no longer have to suck up to your parents to ensure their fine silverware will eventually be passed onto you, because what dinner guest wouldn’t prefer dining with a set of lightsaber flatware instead?
In the grand tradition of April Fool's products turning into reality, the ThinkGeek NCC-1701 Enterprise (the original, of course) has now become reality.
Update: Apparently the items are all gone as the sales website no longer exists.
Update Note: no longer an active sale, apparently because ThinkGeek has sold all the items they purchased.
Or as near enough as makes no difference. ThinkGeek is now offering the new "Crovel Extreme II", a super-utility weapon that bears more than a passing similarity to the Lobo that helped our boys defeat the undead in the original World War Z novel.
Oh, ThinkGeek, you've done it again. This extendable, silicone U.S.S. Enterprise spatula will run you a mere $24.99, but the nerdy joy it will give you while cooking is priceless. Because even if you seek out new eggs and new hamburgers, no other spatula will boldly go where no kitchen utensil has gone before.
Each April first, Think Geek taunts us with their fake April Fool's Day products. While nothing will ever top the Tauntaun sleeping bag, this year's imaginary product list includes a big-mouthed Mon Calamari, an inflatable captain's chair, and the chance to smell like Daenerys Targaryen.: Maximum weight 120…
Not only is the much-desired Tauntaun Sleeping Bag real, but you have the chance to be one of the first to sleep within the belly of the beast as part of a new Hallowe'en contest. It's all-win all-round, really.
Dear Thinkgeek: I admit, it's really, really cool that you're selling replica Star Trek communicators on your site and, yeah, it's kind of awesome that they have a "hailing function" and pre-recorded messages from characters from the show and all. But, seriously, people. Would it have been too hard to make this into a…