ThisSeaWorld Turtle Shell Backpack will make you a real hero in a half shell. It’s a neat way to hold all of your things and show your love for turtles at the same time. This cute green turtle shell back pack features turtle fins that […]
Are you as slow as a turtle when riding your bike? If so, this Turtle Bike Bell will announce your presence on the road as others pass you by. Slow and steady may or may not win the race, but at least you will have […]
Night lights can be a child’s best friend on stormy dark nights; so why not give them one that is cool and functional. The Constellation Projecting Turtle Night Light has blue, green, and amber backlights and comes with a constellation guide book that is perfect […]
Loyal GeekAlerts readers know that USB flash drives come is all designs and shapes, from Angry Birds and Tron Light Cycles to Ice Cream Bars and Beer Bottles. Now with the Emtec Animal Series USB Flash Drives, you can add a cute cow, pig, and […]
Here’s a new optical USB mouse that will look great together with the i-Turtle Speaker and the Twilight Turtle Star Projector, or maybe the turtle version of those cool looking animal USB drives that we covered a couple of years ago.
Simply connect your favorite audio player to the i-Turtle speaker, and this audio friendly reptile will happily play your music through his built-in speaker.
This adorable night time companion will transform your bedroom into a wonderland of twinkling stars. There are eight different genuine constellations to choose from and three soothing color options: blue, green or amber.
Robot maker CrabFu is using spare servos from R/C aircraft to create his cool little robots. One of his most recent creations is this tortoise. The plastic used for the legs is called Shapelock, a material which becomes moldable after you heat it up to […]
Minimoo is the name of a new line of Swedish manufactured USB drives shaped like animals. There are currently four different models to choose from.
The Japanese toy manufacturer Tomy has created a follow-up to their Walkiebits, a dancing miniature robot turtle released in 2005.