Game Controller Ornaments – $20
These classic game controller ornaments will make a gamers’ heart feel all fuzzy and warm! You’ll get four per set – a joystick, and three different controllers.
Glowing Radioactive Element Coasters – $20
For the more chemistry-inclined person, the Radioactive Elements Coaster Set has the symbols of four radioactive elements – Radium, Plutonium, Uranium and Thorium. And even better! They’re pressure sensitive, so when you set a glass on them, they’ll light up and glow. Perfect for holiday parties!
Firefly the Board Game – $42
Also perfect for holiday parties… or any party throughout the year… the Firefly game! You get to be in control of your own ship, but true to the series, you’re desperate for work, so you take what jobs you can get! And as a result, you have to deal with Alliance patrols, Reavers and much more!
Cocktail Spinner – $25
Regardless of if you’re throwing a party or just relaxing at home, the Cocktail Spinner is sure to please the martini lover! Unless they’re like James Bond, in which case, they’ll HATE this! I love ya, Bond, but I hear the problem with shaken is that you get all these little ice chunks in the drinks, which don’t go down smooth! So… the Cocktail Spinner gets the drink just as cold but without the chunks. Pour your ingredients in. Pump until your heart’s content. Then pour.
Robot Salt/Pepper Shakers – $16
If you’re having a martini with dinner, you’ll definitely want to have these salt and pepper robot shakers on the table to season your food with! Okay, I don’t care if you do. But I totally want these!! And I want to say “pass the salt please” and have someone wind him up and set him off in my direction. Your salt now WALKS TO you! How awesome is that?
Donkey Balls – $7
For dessert, you can serve Donkey Balls! John P introduced me to them in Hawaii. They’re chocolate covered macadamia nuts from Kona. And OMG, they’re fantastic! They have milk chocolate, white chocolate, toffee covered nuts, strawberry… the list goes on and on and on! And they have cute or very awkward names, like Dingle Berries, Balls of Fire and Blue Balls.
Syma X1 4 Channel 2.4G RC Quad Copter – $33
For your after dinner fun, you and your friends will really enjoy the Syma X1 RC quad copter! It’s small, but packs a lot of umph! It has a 3-way precision controller so it’ll go up/down, left/right, and forward/backward. You can speed it up, go 360 degrees and do 3D manuevers like flips, rolls, and pirouettes. Check out our full review!
Airzooka – $24
The Airzooka will enliven your party with a blast of air in your guests’ faces when they least expect it! Also a good way to let them know it’s time to go home!
Interactive R2-D2 – $189
I got the real life R2-D2 for my nephew last year, and it was a huge hit! He’s still enjoying it because this R2-D2 actually interacts with you. He’ll move on his own, or at your command. He has personality and will rebel against your orders from time to time. He’ll learn your name and habits. And he’ll even bring you a drink! He’s a really cool gift!
Robby the Robot – $32,000
Or you could go for the 7 foot tall Robby the Robot. He lights up, talks… and costs $32,000, so… maybe we’ll save up for this one!
Tim the Minion – $32
For only $32, you could get a Minion! He has over 25 Minion sayings and 3 song clips. He has different expressions… and… soft skin.
PowerPot V – $149
For the camper, the PowerPot V is really cool. I haven’t tried it yet, but I’ll be doing a review on it soon. It’s a pot – you know, a regular ol’ pot that’ll heat your tea up or cook your freeze dried food, that has 5 watts of power ready to charge your cell phone before you head out on another day of adventure.
Shark with Frickin’ Laser – $13
And finally, don’t just settle for a laser pointer, get one that’s actually a shark with a frickin’ laser on his head!
You can see all our gift suggestions throughout the season at geekbeat.tv/gifts!
Need still MORE gift ideas? Check out last year’s gift guide!