You Can Now Buy a Real USS Enterprise Frisbee

In the grand tradition of April Fool's products turning into reality, the ThinkGeek NCC-1701 Enterprise (the original, of course) has now become reality. » 3/10/15 2:30am 3/10/15 2:30am

ThinkGeek selling fossils illustrates the problems of selling fossils

Update Note: no longer an active sale, apparently because ThinkGeek has sold all the items they purchased. » 11/02/14 4:40pm 11/02/14 4:40pm

You can finally buy World War Z's ultimate zombie-killing weapon

Or as near enough as makes no difference. ThinkGeek is now offering the new "Crovel Extreme II", a super-utility weapon that bears more than a passing similarity to the Lobo that helped our boys defeat the undead in the original World War Z novel. » 1/23/14 6:00pm 1/23/14 6:00pm

Light-up wizard hoodie transforms its wearer into a Technomancer

On April Fool's Day 2012, ThinkGeek featured the Technomancer Digital Wizard Hoodie among their fake products. Now they've introduced the real thing, a hooded jacket that lights up and makes spell sounds based on the movement of the wearer's arms. » 12/07/13 11:00am 12/07/13 11:00am

Star Trek spatula's 5-year mission: to explore strange new pancakes

Oh, ThinkGeek, you've done it again. This extendable, silicone U.S.S. Enterprise spatula will run you a mere $24.99, but the nerdy joy it will give you while cooking is priceless. Because even if you seek out new eggs and new hamburgers, no other spatula will boldly go where no kitchen utensil has gone before. » 8/15/13 8:30am 8/15/13 8:30am

Admiral Ackbar the "It's a Trap!" Bass and other Think Geek products we…

Each April first, Think Geek taunts us with their fake April Fool's Day products. While nothing will ever top the Tauntaun sleeping bag, this year's imaginary product list includes a big-mouthed Mon Calamari, an inflatable captain's chair, and the chance to smell like Daenerys Targaryen. » 4/01/12 7:30am 4/01/12 7:30am

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Marie Curie and Ada Lovelace t-shirts: Put some lady science heroes on…

ThinkGeek has launched a Heroine line, featuring women who've helped change the world. And Marie Curie (who discovered radiation) and Ada Lovelace (who invented computer programming) fit the bill. Plus, a dollar of each sale goes to charity. [Wonderland] » 5/21/10 10:00am 5/21/10 10:00am

Carve Out Your Chance To Sleep Inside A Tauntaun

Not only is the much-desired Tauntaun Sleeping Bag real, but you have the chance to be one of the first to sleep within the belly of the beast as part of a new Hallowe'en contest. It's all-win all-round, really. » 10/11/09 11:00am 10/11/09 11:00am

Where Are Our Star Trek Communicator Cell Phones?

Dear Thinkgeek: I admit, it's really, really cool that you're selling replica Star Trek communicators on your site and, yeah, it's kind of awesome that they have a "hailing function" and pre-recorded messages from characters from the show and all. But, seriously, people. Would it have been too hard to make this into a… » 3/21/08 7:30am 3/21/08 7:30am