Back in January, we shared a couple of geeky high-tech toy safes. One of them looked like the TARDIS from Doctor Who (the other looked like R2-D2.) At the time we first heard about thems, they were only headed for the U.K.
If you need somewhere special to put your phone while charging it, you might want to check out this TARDIS charging station, designed by Haley Pierson-Cox. It’s pretty adorable if you are a Doctor Who fan.
Whether you’re into Doctor Who or Star Wars (or both) – there’s a new way for you to secure your small valuables. These new digital “smartsafes” were spotted during the 2012 UK Toy Fair, and they look pretty nifty.
Check out these awesome TARDIS gingerbread cookies. They are geekier than you might think. First, they are shaped like the Doctor’s trusty transportation vehicle. Second, they were created with a cookie cutter that was made using a 3D printer.
Some women carry so much junk in their purses, they could definitely use something that’s bigger on the inside. Like a TARDIS. No wonder TARDIS purses are becoming more popular. We recently told you about this TARDIS purse, but I think the one shown here is much neater.
Hey ice boxers – I mean hockey fans! Take five and get a load of the second batch of geeky hockey jerseys by Dave Delisle. After what must have been a successful run of his Game of Thrones and Voltron jerseys, Delisle decided to make Doctor Who and Zelda jerseys.
There’s nothing us geeks like more than stuff that looks like Doctor Who’s TARDIS. Except maybe a TARDIS that’s actually edible. Sign me up. You have to send mad props to the guys at UK bakery Confarreatio Cakes for pulling off this incredible TARDIS cake.
A while back, I told you guys about a pretty cool iPad 2 case which was made out of good old duct tape. At the time, the case was only a one-off, but you can now get in on the duct tape action yourself.
You know me. Just slap a TARDIS on pretty much anything, and I think it’s cool. But this particular TARDIS is one of my favorite builds in a while. It’s a full-size bookcase made in the form of a TARDIS.