USB Doomsday Device Hub

USB Doomsday Device Hub

You ever have one of those days where you just wish you could push a button and reset the entire day, maybe even the entire week?  The USB Doomsday Device Hub gives you that little release of tension when you need it most.  Flip the switches, and turn the key and you’ll see a red glow from the main light indicating you’ve passed through the three levels of failsafe protection. When you are ready for an explosive sound effect, flip back the plastic shield and push that red button!  How does it all turn out, none of us know.  Maybe you will find yourself on an island like John Locke from Lost and you just keep pushing that button.  The one thing we do know, is that this Doomsday Device can be used as a 4 port USB hub just in case you have to keep on working.

USB Key & Button Doomsday Device Hub

USB Doomsday Device Hub

  • USB hub that doubles as a doomsday device
  • Armed, dangerous, and full of doom
  • Flip two switches, turn the key and then…
  • Dimensions: 4″ X 3″ X 2.5″ (at tallest point)
  • USB Ports: 4 USB 2.0
  • Cord Length: approx. 46″
  • Switches: 2 toggle, 1 key (2 keys included)

You can purchase the USB Doomsday Device Hub from ThinkGeek for $59.99.  If you need to prepare for Doomsday, checkout the Zombie Shooting Gallery, Bear Grylls Survival Kit and Survival Straps.

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James lives in California, but grew up on the East Coast where he received a BS and an MBA with specialization in Financial Management. Prior to joining GeekAlerts, he worked as a financial manager for a high-end estate planning firm. James enjoys the beach, running, mountain biking and almost any outdoor activity.

7 Responses to “USB Doomsday Device Hub”

  1. I whant that doomsday thing

  2. What he said ^

  3. First comment, first article ever viewed, desperately want to emulate downvoting roman… but… too… AWESOME

  4. I can’t find it on “Think Geek”. Can someone please help?

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