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The Ultimate Star Trek Fan

Posted in Star Trek by Tam Yue on July 14th, 2014

Star Trek FanThink you are Star Trek’s number one fan? Watch this video and think again.




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Spock Business Card Holder

Posted in Star Trek by Tam Yue on March 8th, 2014

Spock Business Card HolderWhat a great idea for all the Star Trek fans that have a desk job. This is a subtle way to display your allegiance to the Federation as well as your allegiance to your company.

Each statue is made out of a sturdy polystone, weighing over 1 1/4 pounds, and is meticulously hand painted.  At $34.99 it  is a perfect gift for yourself or the Trekkie in your life. Available for purchase at Entertainment Earth.

As always, Live long and prosper.

Star Trek Captain’s Chair on Ebay

Posted in Sci-Fi by Darrin Olson on March 3rd, 2014

Star Trek Captains Chair ReplicaNow, before you get too excited this chair is actually a replica of the original Star Trek’s Enterprise-D bridge captain chair. Apparently the original one was a little too worse for the wear and was recreated to go on tour to fan conventions with the rest of the set that makes up the Enterprise bridge.

The captain’s chair does have a list of celebrities that have sat in it since its creation including some Star Trek actors, Stan Lee and Weird Al. The chair is being sold because Huston Huddleston, the man who spearheaded the project to rebuild the Enterprise bridge, was not completely happy with some details of the chair’s creation and is having a new one built.

Still, you have a chance to get your own 98% correct Star Trek Enterprise captain’s chair replica on Ebay …

Star Trek official PADD app for iPad

Posted in iPad accessories by Reuben Drake on July 11th, 2011

It’s a good day for Star Trek fans. CBS has released an official PADD app for the iPad for $5 in the App Store. The app recreates the LCARS interface from TNG-era Trek and is a database for the Trek universe with characters, ships, species, and TV episodes.

It even has sound effects and diagnostic demos from the NCC1701-D Enterprise. In time they should release more content for it.

Flashing Star Trek T-Shirt

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on May 26th, 2011

It says Star Trek. It flashes. That’s enough to get your geek wallet out right there. It comes with a white or yellow flashing image and there are even Star Trek Enterprise and Star Trek Voyager shirts available. They are 100% cotton and the battery pack comes away for washing it.

It requires a whopping 4 AAA Batteries which are hidden in the lining. Seems like there is no way that wearing 4 AAA batteries is going to be comfy, but then again, this is a Star Trek shirt that flashes. It could have a car battery attached and it would be cool.

Star Trek Salt and Pepper Shaker Set

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on May 2nd, 2011

This Star Trek Salt and Pepper Shaker Set will make any meal a little extra geeky. They are ceramic versions of the U.S.S. Enterprise and the Shuttle. Now all we need is squeezable dispensers shaped like Khan. You know, for Khan-diments.

These will cost you just $14.99 at the Star Trek Store. The Shuttle and the Enterprise stick together thanks to magnets and separate easily when you need to use them. These are the voyages of the salt ship Enterprise..

Star Trek Earloomz Bluetooth Headset

Posted in Bluetooth by Conner Flynn on April 18th, 2011

The Star Trek Live Long and Prosper Earloomz Bluetooth headset supports Bluetooth version v2.+1 EDR and weighs just 10 grams. It comes with two earhooks, four earbuds, a warranty card, a user manual, a USB charging cable and a lanyard necklace.

Star Trek fans will love the design and they will also love the fact that it delivers up to 5-hours of talk time or up to 120-hours of standby time. It will cost you $64.99. Logical or highly illogical price? You decide.


Romulan Ale Star Trek Energy Drink

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on March 27th, 2011

Energy drink? Wth? When I was a kid watching Star Trek, Romulan Ale was booze. They would break a bottle out everytime a red shirt died or when Kirk wanted to get some green-skinned chick drunk. Now it’s an energy drink.

That guy really seems to like it too. He’s looking at it like it’s a woman. Kinda scary actually. He must be feeling the effects: one part diarrhea and two parts caffeine jitters. I don’t want this guy at the helm anytime soon or beaming me down to a planet in a million pieces. Don’t drink on the job buddy.

Star Trek Bathrobes

Posted in Apparel by Reuben Drake on February 23rd, 2011

I’m not one for robes,but if I did wear them, I would definitely own this. These terrycloth robes were never seen on the show, but they should have been. They look geek-a-licious. These robes are available in both Command Yellow and Science officer Blue.

They even and have the appropriate rank and insignias. They’re available from ThinkGeek for $49.99. They look very comfortable and very geeky. Just don’t wear these when you go out. Please. For your own sake.

DIY Star Trek sliding doors

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on December 7th, 2010

Here’s something that we’ve all wanted to install in our homes. Now we know how to do it. I’m talking Star Trek doors baby! Instructables has posted a step-by-step guide on installing these sliding doors which are powered by an air compressor.

Of course they are super cool. It requires some work, but the results will have you strolling around your home like it’s a starship. The doors are controlled by a panel switch and have a key which can lock them open or shut.

Star Trek home automation system is awesome

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on November 28th, 2010

Star Trek nerds everywhere will be telling their number one’s to make it so, while doing number two in their pants after seeing this. This might be the coolest home automation center ever. Obviously it was created by a serious Trekkie.

It’s custom-built to be just like Star Trek’s LCARS user interface. Sadly, the rest of his house doesn’t look like the Enterprise, so he probably spends all of his time in this one room, which may or may not include a fish named Livingston.


Star Trek Enterprise pizza wheel

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on September 21st, 2010

Trekkies love a good pizza. Who doesn’t? So if you are going to slice up a pizza, you may as well do it with the Enterprise. Set a course for the pepperoni frontier. This thing will slice your fresh pizza pie faster than phasers can slice through a Klingon warship.

The blade is made from laser-etched stainless steel, and the body is made from a durable zinc-alloy chromium plate. Mostly, it just looks awesome and you know it will impress your friends.

Put your Trekkie ashes in a Star Trek Urn

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on September 19th, 2010

Death, the final frontier. Trekkie ashes deserve something better than just a plain old urn that sits on the shelf. And so, Eternal Image will take care of you after you have been burnt to dust.

You can customize it with your own obituary details (including an authentic stardate) plus a choice of “To Boldly Go…” or “The Journey Continues…” engraved at the bottom. Everyone will know that the ashes of a super geek reside within.

Nokia Star Trek Communicator

Posted in Nokia by Conner Flynn on September 16th, 2010

You probably already know that Nokia had some product placement in the latest Star Trek, but Nokia also made a few never-released prototypes for the movie. The beautiful “Starfleet Communicator” above apparently one of only 14 units made by Nokia, is intended to look like the comms of the original TV series.

It’s based on the N76 and comes with an external LCD and a trio of lights on front, with the familiar brass grill. It’s a fully functioning phone that really chirps when you flip it open. How awesome is that?

Be like Uhura, not like Spock

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on August 8th, 2010

Spock always thought he was so smart, but he could be pretty simple-minded sometimes. Just look at the way he hunches over his monitor. He never sat, or adjusted his monitor.

Uhura was wise and sat relaxed at her monitor, casually avoiding the Captains flirting. This comparison is used by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory to encourage their members to take ergonomics seriously. This poster was pasted in the bathroom of the facility.