Doctor Who TARDIS Mini Fridge is as Cool as Bow Ties Dave Peterson November 26, 2012 News 3 Comments 351 Shares Google+ 254 Twitter 34 Facebook 54 LinkedIn 7 Reddit 0 Pin It Share 2 Buffer 0 351 Shares × Being a Time Lord is hungry work, but now you can have an appropriate place to keep your snacks where they’ll be safe from Daleks and Cybermen (Daleks ALWAYS take other people’s food, no matter how clearly labeled – part of the whole absolute evil thing). The TARDIS Mini Fridge is small enough (on the outside) to sit on your desk next to your computer, but big enough to hold a six pack of your favorite beverage in 12-ounce cans. Can this get better? Of course it can! A wave of your sonic screwdriver (or flipping a switch) makes it a heater rather than a cooler. It even has a flashing light up top and makes TARDIS sounds whens you open the door (but you can turn that feature off if you’re trying to keep your Time Lord status confidential). It’s 10.5″ high, 7.5″ wide, 10.5″ deep with an interior capacity of 4L/.14 cubic feet, and can be powered by a standard US electrical outlet or DC 12V car socket. $79.99 at ThinkGeek will make it yours. 351 Shares Google+ 254 Twitter 34 Facebook 54 LinkedIn 7 Reddit 0 Pin It Share 2 Buffer 0 351 Shares × Our email robots can be trusted. Please add your name and email to get posts like these sent to your inbox Trusted Our email robots can be trusted. Please add your name and email to get posts like these sent to your inbox Email Frequency: Weekly Updates Daily Updates 3 Responses Amanda Willis December 7, 2012 Where can i buy one? My budget is $95. Do you have to take all your cold stuff out to use the microwave portion of this machine? Please let me now somthing i wanna buy this by Christmas. Dave Peterson December 7, 2012 They’re in stock now at Think Geek for $80. Link above in the post. And yes, it seems to use the same section for heating and cooling (don’t believe heating is done with microwave), so you’d take out cool stuff first. Jamal December 4, 2012 Mini fridges always get negative feedback for not getting cold enough. Does this product get cold enough to chill cans?