Themed phones are pretty popular these days, whether you’re talking an Iron Man phone or a Batphone. It seems like every popular movie gets a limited edition phone these days. Well, now the Meizu m3e is getting a Star Trek theme.
I thought pens that had stuff in the back that floated were awesome growing up. Mostly this was due to the pens my uncle kept in his room that had well endowed ladies whose shirts floated off when you tipped the pens.
Think your man cave is cool? Check out Marc and Jennifer Bell’s Star Trek themed home theater and bar. It was a labor of love that took four years and $1.5-million to complete, and puts other home theaters to shame.
I assume in the future where man boldly explores there are no safety regulators or unions. I mean if every time a guy wearing a red shirt left the ship he died there would be some sort of safety investigation.
The Smithsonian has spent about two years completely restoring the original USS Enterprise model that was used in all 79 episodes of Star Trek the original series. It’s hard to imagine spending two years working on a single model.
Remember those isolinear chips that Starfleet used in TNG? They were basically their form of memory cards to slot into their computers. Well, now you can use them to rest your drinks on so they don’t damage your surfaces, like tables, counters, navigation consoles, etc.
These Star Trek isolinear chip coasters come in a 2-Pack for just $14.99(USD).
Star Trek the Next Generation is my favorite of the series. It was the one I grew up with and ran for way longer than the original series. Picard is the man, and proudly wore his red uniform without worry of being evaporated on some away mission.
If you want to celebrate your geekiness with a bed fit for a Starfleet captain, you need this bedding.
Growing up, my grandfather was a big fan of jigsaw puzzles, and always had one out on the table that he was working on. Once he finished them, he would glue the pieces together and hang them on the wall.
Geeky product designer Dave Delisle came up with a really cool idea for Trekkies’ away missions here on Earth. He thought of a tent that would be shaped like a Federation shuttlecraft.
As Dave points out, the tent also doubles as a reference to Star Trek V, which opened with Kirk, Spock and McCoy camping at Yosemite park.
Not too long ago, we talked a bit about that cube-shaped Borg coffee mug that made resisting coffee futile. If you want a more traditionally shaped cup for your brew, check out this one. It’s called the Star Trek Beam Me Up Heat Change Ceramic Travel mug.
It has the Starfleet insignia on one side.
The greatest of all Star Trek: The Next Generation villains were the Borg. All the Borg wanted to do was to kidnap you, fill you with electronics, and steal all your tech. All your stuff are belong to the Borg.
This cake is perfect for those stuck in the Delta Quadrant. It’s a wedding cake that also happens to be an edible model of the starship Voyager. It is going forward at warp speed. You can tell from the lit engine nacelles, which I would devour first so it can’t get away.
It was made by Cara Mia Cake and it is a work of edible art.
You may remember Altar Furniture from its awesome R2-D2 pinball coffee table. Trekkies who are also pinball fans will be delighted to know that the company has something for them as well.
The beautiful Shuttle Interactive Coffee Table is designed to look like Star Trek‘s shuttlecraft.
Watching my kids grow up, I often wondered when they were very young exactly what their internal monologue was, if anything. Everything they found went into their mouth from dirt to bugs. I assume the they were thinking “ooooh pretty….eat
ThinkGeek is selling this cool Captain Kirk bookend/sculpture, and yes, that is singular, you only get one. If you want a pair, you’ll have to pay twice as much. Isn’t a single bookend about as useful as a single sock?
This appears to be the same bookend we talked about last year from Entertainment Earth.