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TIE Fighter bed

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

It must be awesome to be a kid and have rich parents. For those people, a company called PoshTots is offering Deep Space Fighter Beds that look like space ships. Specifically TIE Fighters. Forget counting sheep. Instead go pew pew pew on some X-Wings.

You’ll be able to pick and choose what yours looks like since they are customizable with accompanying wall murals and such. The base price is around $18,000. Pew pew pew.

Animated musical Starship Enterprise Lamp

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on November 15th, 2009

Animated musical Starship Enterprise LampThis musical Star Trek Enterprise lamp is superior to this one in almost every way. It says Star Trek, is actually from Star Trek and the Enterprise looks just like it should.

This one has a button at the base that will automatically turn the Star Trek theme song on. Don’t everybody all nerdgasm at once, but there’s more. That music is accompanied by a spoken prologue as the Enterprise on the base spins.

Star Wars clock has a starship on every hour

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on January 1st, 2009

Star Wars clock has a starship on every hourThis fun clock features a different starship or fighter on every hour of the clock, handmade by Etsy seller YOUgNeek, and you can order a customized version. They used tiny action fleet Micro Machine battleships and vessels. The ships are specially re-finished in a pewter color scheme so that they’ll match the clock’s chrome finish.

If you want different Star Wars vehicles, just request them and have $89.99 ready. I’m guessing that a Star Trek version is coming soon.

Starship Enterprise built from office supplies

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on November 5th, 2008

Starship Enterprise built from office suppliesIf you happen to be bored at work, why not build yourself the United Federation Of Planets most famous ship. From office supplies. Instructables shows you how to use your work time to make a Starship Enterprise out of supplies that are laying around. When you’re finished, maybe you can figure out how to make the rest of the Star Trek ships and have an awesome nerd battle.

Star Trek art car: Worst starship ever?

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on September 10th, 2008

Star Trek art car: Worst starship ever?Right off the bat, this is not in the same league as the Final Frontier bike. Apparently this comes from Greece where Star Trek must be very different. Apparently in their Star Trek starships are black little vehicles with a weak version of the saucer section bursting out of the roof, tiny red nacelles in back for speed and their own version of the Fonz giving two thumbs up.

I shouldn’t be so harsh. It says Star Trek Fan Club of Athens on it and they probably don’t have that large of a budget. Fact is any Trek car is awesome just because it exists. Still, if the klingon fan club pulled up next you at a light, they would laugh their facial ridges off and you would feel rightly embarrassed.

Star Trek Enterprise bottle opener

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on April 22nd, 2008

Star Trek Enterprise bottle opener
Chances are if you have this Star Trek Enterprise bottle opener lying around your home, you probably don’t have many female friends coming over for sleepovers. I believe this particular Enterprise with the oval hole in the saucer section is inspired from that episode where Shatner’s ego blew a hole in the command deck. The same episode where Bones said, “Damnit Jim, I’m a doctor not a Tribble vet aboard a floating bottle opener.”

Obviously, if you’re a Trekkie that likes beer you’ll want to spend the $24 to open your beer with this tiny starship, get drunk, then have a toy to play with.

Your own home-made spacecraft for $3500

Posted in Personal Transport by Conner Flynn on March 21st, 2008

Your own home-made spacecraft for $3500
If you’re in the market for a new spacecraft, this space ship in excellent condition could be yours. It’s a 4 passenger model and even has the original owners’ manual. Better still, no dents or dings from meteors or other space debri. Only 300 million Intergalactic miles.

Screw you Richard Branson. I’m on the next flight out of here. I’ll figure everything out while I’m up there. My first priority is figuring out how to cope with the lack of bathroom facilities. They are only asking $3500 (or best offer).