Store your jewelry and other treasures in the geekiest way possible: in this TARDIS jewelry box. While its space is virtually infinite in Doctor Who’s realm, that doesn’t apply to the TARDIS recreations on Earth. But even though we all have to deal with finite space and compartments, I’m sure this will be more than enough for whatever you want to store inside it.
Guess it’s time to dump that lowly 60-inch flat screen and upgrade to a 100 or 150-inch screen, because you’ll want something more size appropriate if you’ve got an NES console this big sitting in your living room.
How much money have you put into your band? There is the cost of the instruments, amps and other stage gear for one thing. Might as well spend just a little more and rock out while picking with a coin.
It’s funny how these days it’s so easy to go buy yourself a beard if you don’t have the patience to grow one. But if you’d like a really long beard – and I mean a REALLY long beard, then you’re out of luck.
I have to say that even though I’m no longer a kid, I still love LEGO bricks. They are great for building pretty much anything you get your mind set on, and you don’t always need the fancy kits to make great stuff.
Go figure that this isn’t actually the first time we’ve featured a Pokémon bra here on Technabob, but this is most definitely the sparkliest Pokémon bra we’ve had on the site. And since you guys probably can’t resist a good pair of Pokéballs Pokéboobs, now’s as good a time as any to feature this sexy/geeky underthing.
Apple fanboys and fangirls, looking for something to keep you warm and toasty this winter? Why not go for an iPhone quilt, loaded up with all your your favorite apps?
This detailed “iQuilt” was made by Heidi Hendrix, and actually won two awards at the Maryland State Fair because it’s just that awesome.
It’s funny that in this wide world of geekery that this actually isn’t the first Rubik’s Cube chest of drawers I’ve seen. In fact, it’s not even the first one we’ve featured on Technabob. However, this Rubik’s Cube chest of drawers is the first one that you can actually purchase.
While most of us have converted to reading digital formats instead of traditional paper books, many of us still have a collection of reading material that deserves to be preserved in physical form – like classic comics, anime or art books.
Want to have your own lightsaber? You can buy a Star Wars kit or a LaserSaber, or you can make your own. But you definitely shouldn’t take note of Philip Isherwood’s store, Saberforge. Because he doesn’t make lightsabers.
There’s just something so cool about the design of Nixie tubes – I think it’s just that for such an old technology, they’re still sort of timeless. It’s been a little while since I saw a really good looking Nixie clock though, but this one was definitely worth the wait.