Remember the Star Trek Tricorder Replica? Soon you’ll also be able to get your hands on this authentic Medical Tricorder replica, the device used by doctors to help diagnose diseases and collect bodily information about a patient.
We have seen the design of this classic spaceship as a source of inspiration for a chandelier, a telephone and a putter. Soon you will also be able to get the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 as a cool looking bottle opener.
Fans of the Star Trek sci-fi series will soon be able to get their hands on this cool collectible Tricorder, the handheld device used for scanning an area.
Ok, the Star Trek Enterprise Telephone will let you communicate for real, but who cares about such trivialities when you can get a communicator like this.
When a package with a content like this arrives at the GeekAlerts office, as it did the other day, you truly feel that you can live up to the name of your blog.
A Start Trek chandelier hanging from the ceiling and the Enterprise telephone on your desk, but still having a hard time getting your Trekkie message across? No problem, the solution is out there.
After having been used as a chandelier, telephone and a putter, it is finally time to let the classic spaceship rest in piece at a Trekkie’s home near you. This replica of the USS Enterprise from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan features over […]
After having been used as both a chandelier and a telephone, it is now time to let the classic spaceship show the world that it can be of good use to those who play golf – just as Star Wars showed us not long ago.
If you have the Star Trek Chandelier hanging from the ceiling, then there’s a good chance you want to lay your hands on this phone as well. The Star Trek USS Enterprise Telephone ($98) may not be to most ergonomic one of communication gadgets, but […]
Trekkie or not, this chandelier will probably turn some heads, no matter what.
Poor Spock experiences a transporter malfunction. The cool Illogical Incident t-shirt design idea is created by Glennz. Cast your vote for it at Threadless. Thanks John!