We don’t all have Back to the Future sneakers yet, with self tying shoelaces, but Zubits may be the next best thing right now. This little doodads are magnetic shoe closures that easily snap together so that you don’t have to worry about your laces.
I think if Darth Vader had promised Luke something other than power, he might have come over to the Dark Side. I mean if Vader had said, “Come to the Dark Side, we have boobies.” Luke might have had a tough decision to make.
Few things in my wife’s 9/10ths of our bedroom closet enrage me more than scarves. I’m not sure you can even call something a scarf if it is woven with massive holes in it like a doily or something and only serves to catch on every single hanger in the closet.
Is a one-person bug tent just not enough for you? Maybe you need more protection to feel safe from all of those biting bugs. These $20 knee-length Mosquito Netting Socks will protect you from all of those nasty blood suckers.
Looking for the latest in fashion and technology? Check out these Electric Sexy Drum Pants. Their name is completely self explanatory, though the sexy part is questionable. This is a pair of pants with a drum controller pad in the crotch.
If you play on your Xbox One all day and night, then wake up and play some more! Microsoft has something just for you. It’s called the Xbox Onesie, an adult-sized pair of zip-up pajamas with an Xbox-theme.
If you are really into Pokémon GO or were into Pokémon way before people were gathering in the local park to hunt for creatures, you will appreciate this belt. First and foremost, it does what a belt is meant to do – keep your pants up, but it also lets you catch Pokémon.
As cool as the Apple Watch is, many people still find themselves wanting to wear an old analog timepiece. Maybe they like the weight of it, or the aesthetic. Whatever the reason, these people wish they could have both on their wrist.
A couple years back we spotted this awesome Halo Master Chief motorcycle helmet when it was nothing more than a concept in digital form on a computer. Fast forward a few years and that helmet is now officially available to purchase, ready for you to wear on your motorcycle to protect your dome from damage in an accident.
Looking for a fun piece of jewelry that captures your geeky spirit? Well, if you love retro arcade games, you should check out this cool Space Invaders-inspired ring from ZaniZ.
Each ring is 3D printed to order, and can be rendered in a variety of materials, including stainless steel, 24k gold over steel, brass, polished silver, or a variety of plastics.
If you are one of the people who get annoyed when you see others using selfie sticks, you will have something new to be annoyed about soon. The Edelkrone Povie is a smartphone holder meant to allow the user to record point of view videos and still have their hands available
It might be the perfect thing for geeky unboxing videos or recording yourself cooking, but it still looks rather silly.
I like Star Wars, I like LEGO, and I like watches. These LEGO Star Wars watches over at ThinkGeek are the trifecta of geeky time telling. Each watchband is made from LEGO links and is adjustable to fit smaller wrists.
I think we may have seen every mashup possible at this point, but in my heart, I know I’m wrong. There is always another weird mashup product. This Missha x Minions collaboration is a collection of Minions-themed makeup.
It’s almost that time of the year – when kids go back to school and parents rejoice because snacks last longer than 24 hours, and kids aren’t telling you they are bored every 23 seconds. While kids don’t want to go back to school, you can soften the blow just a little by giving them a really cool backpack.
Sadly, you can’t carry your 3D printer with you everywhere. Or can you? Ultimaker has come up with a solution that promises to make transporting a 3D printer a little easier: a pair of shoulder straps that turns it into a backpack for $69.