Circuit board LED tie

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on May 5th, 2011

We’ve seen cool circuit board patterned ties before, but this one is the coolest. Why? Because this one actually lights up. The lights almost make it seem like a real circuit board. Now if you could just add ram and upgrade the processor, it would be complete.

A great pair of light up cuff links would complete the look and make you entirely geek chic. Pretty awesome attire if you ask us. Hopefully it’s quality made and will last a while.

Doctor Who Chess Set

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on April 24th, 2011

If you love Doctor Who and also love chess, then here is your next purchase my geek friend. It will cost you £30 and features characters from series five. So it is almost as if you can change what happened in series five, through chess.

It’s available for pre-order right now and features all cast members and of course the Tardis. Come along Pond! Time to play some chess and stick it to the bad guys.

Circuit Board Neck Tie is Geek Chic

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on April 3rd, 2011

Nothing says geek like a circuit board and whether you are a programmer, or just a lover of all things electronic, your attire should reflect your personality. This circuit board tie is awesomely geek chic. You will look good while making other tech geeks jealous.

It was created by artist Michael Phipps and the circuit patterns are a combination of copper and metallic paint on a microfiber surface. It would go great with a Circuit board shirt, so you’ll just have to find one to complete the look.

DIY Star Trek sliding doors

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

Here’s something that we’ve all wanted to install in our homes. Now we know how to do it. I’m talking Star Trek doors baby! Instructables has posted a step-by-step guide on installing these sliding doors which are powered by an air compressor.

Of course they are super cool. It requires some work, but the results will have you strolling around your home like it’s a starship. The doors are controlled by a panel switch and have a key which can lock them open or shut.

Lens bracelets are the perfect geek gift

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on November 21st, 2010

So what do you get the geek photographer on your Christmas list? Well, if they like to wear those silicone bracelets that are popular, they will probably like this. These stretchy wristbands are called Lens Bracelets for obvious reasons. They look like camera lens’.

They come in two styles, both black and one has a 50mm marking on it and the other has 24 to 70mm markings. They are one-size-fits-all so you don’t have to worry about sizes. You can get either style for $10 each or both for $15.

ODM Design UFO watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on August 15th, 2010

The ODM JCDC UFO Watch Design comes from a collaboration between ODM Design and Jean-Charles de Castelbajac. It certainly is geek-chic with that styling and those colors.

This watch is available in black, white or multi-color and the UFO Watch also features a plastic case and a silicon belt. If you need to geek up your style, you can purchase the ODM JCDC UFO Watch Design for 23,450 Yen or about $271.

Space Invaders messenger bag

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on June 27th, 2010

This Space Invaders messenger bag displays your allegiance to human-kind and tells passers-by that you are not afraid to kill row upon row of aliens to get the high score. Sure, these are not official Space Invaders on this messenger bag, but they look good to me.

This vinyl messenger bag will carry your portable gadgets, maybe a small laptop, or an iPad. And you’ll be displaying your geeky side.

Water powered calculator

Posted in Calculators by Conner Flynn on June 1st, 2010

At last a green solution to all of those calculators that run on gas. Think about it. No more carbon monoxide fatalities during math class. No more having to take your calculator to the mechanic to get an emmisions check. At last, we can cleanly crunch numbers.

So I exaggerated a little. This water powered calculator is still cool. It uses three water batteries for power which have two electrodes inside made from a special alloy. When immersed in water they produce electricity through a chemical reaction.

Tokyoflash Gridlock watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on May 23rd, 2010

Tokyoflash, makers of high-end nerdware, have yet another futuristic watch. The Gridlock watch features an asymmetrical design with a curved, brushed metal case, a black screen and an orange interface. I know, you have the usual question. How the hell do you read this one?

Well, the hours are displayed on the left in highlighted squares, while the minutes on the right in digits. It’s not nearly as tough to read as some of their other watches, but just as good looking.

YouTube and Yahoo pillows

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on May 20th, 2010

Are you a fan of Youtube? Of course you are. It’s full of cute kitties and humans being hit in the crotch and whatnot. What about Yahoo? Well, then these pillows might be for you.

Rest your head on the web with these geek pillows from etsy. These handmade fleece pillows measure about 12″x12″ and are filled with 100% polyester fiberfill, not videos and photos from your account.

Furry Wampa Rug

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on May 17th, 2010

I don’t know about you, but I find animal rugs with the head attached to be very disturbing decor. Unless it’s a Wampa of course. As you can see by the image above, it’s great for lounging around on a winter’s night by the fire, with your slave Leia.

The 62 x 30-inch rug is made of synthetic fur and has a non-slip backing. Only $100. Slave Leia not included. Sadly. Besides, that would be mixing movies. No respectable geek would mix an ESB creature with a ROJ Leia outfit. The rest of us don’t mind.

Iron Man cufflinks

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on May 17th, 2010

Billionaire Tony Stark would totally wear these Iron Man cufflinks. And so can you if you want to show your geeky side. It looks like they were made from some small Iron Man figures since this arms and legs actually move.

In fact, the knees, feet, elbows, head, and hands all move and twist. I’m surprised they don’t fly off by themselves. If you want a set and are comfortable rocking them, the Iron Man cufflinks are available for $30 from the Cufflink Connection.

Recycled Motherboard Pen

Posted in Pens by Conner Flynn on May 10th, 2010

If anything will get geeks and techies to write with a pen once again instead of a keyboard, it’s this recycled motherboard pen. Sadly, the square shape doesn’t look very comfortable. On the other hand, it should impress all of your friends and cubicle-mates.

It’s only $4.99. But I’ll just stick to my keyboard since that square shape makes it look painful. If they would have put a flash drive on the other end I would be sold.

Motherboard Coasters

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on March 24th, 2010

Everyone needs to use coasters for their drink. It’s just the right thing to do. And these motherboard coasters are the perfect geek way to protect furniture from your Mountain Dew or Red Bull. Made from recycled electronic motherboards(obviously).

Get on board. A set of six will cost you just 12.99. No one likes messy furniture and every geek loves to look at motherboards.

Frozen Han Solo Popsicle shirt

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on March 22nd, 2010

Jabba The Hutt was so fat, he must have wondered what a Han Solo Popsicle tasted like. I’m surprised he never inserted a stick and had a lick or two. Apparently he tastes like a creamsicle.

This awesome shirt is only $9 plus $2 shipping ($5 international) over at Teefury. All of the frozen Han Solo goodness without all of the melting. I have to get one of these myself.