I know a bunch of people who can’t function in the morning without a few cups of coffee in their system. If you are one of these folks that needs your hot caffeine, and you happen to love Star Trek, I found your coffee cup.
This Christopher Pike T-shirt is clever, but so very sad. When you see it, all you can do is wonder what happened to his wheelchair. Remember, Christopher Pike had a nasty radiation injury and was left paralyzed.
I have never kept secret the fact that I am much more Picard than Kirk. I never liked the original Star Trek series, though I enjoyed all the films from the ’80s. If you like action figures and Star Trek: The Next Generation, Funko has a collection of great new Pop!
Tribbles are sort of cute little furry characters that can cause all sorts of trouble. The little beasties multiply faster than rabbits and gum up the works leading to all sorts of problems. If you were overrun by tribbles, perhaps you could turn to using their pelts for something like this coin purse.
This Star Trek wall clock boldly goes where no clock has gone before. Assuming that spot on your wall has never had a clock, anyway. This brushed metal clock has a dozen vintage Action Fleet Micro Machine starships indicating the hours, with DS9 in the center.
Here’s actor, writer and TableTop host Wil Wheaton wearing a Ghanaian hoodie. Nah, just kidding. It is of course a riff on the turtleneck sweater of his Star Trek: The Next Generation character Wesley Crusher.
Fortunately for Trekkies and fans of deus ex machina, this hoodies isn’t a one off.
As a geek I have always wanted my own communicator badges like the ones worn by characters in Star Trek – something that actually works and isn’t just decorative. Well, a company called OnBeep has a product called Onyx that could fit the bill.
Geeky watches are fun, but the problem is that they can cross into dorky territory very easily. This new watch from ThinkGeek, however, manages to just look like a sleek, minimalist, modern watch. If it didn’t have “NCC-1701” proudly printed on the face we’d have never guessed that it was a piece of Star Trek geekdom.
This piece of cyberpunk wearable art from artist Dominic Elvin will upgrade your brain with some side mounted LEDs and built-in optical targeting with threat analyzing systems. Nah. It will just make you look like an early Borg model.
Refrigerator doors must have magnets. That’s just a fact of life. Artist PJ McQuade has the right set of magnets for geeks, featuring characters from Star Trek, Star Wars, Lord of the Rings and more. They include some of PJ’s Star Wars Christmas art, as well as mashups, including this badass Sith druglord.
ThinkGeek has just taken Star Trek: The Next Generation cosplay to warp level 12. If you have always wanted a realistic TNG starfleet uniform that you can wear to cosplay, these replicas have landed just in time for Halloween, and they are awesome.