ThinkGeek Went Searching for Spock and Found New Products Instead Three New ThinkGeek Exclusive Star Trek Items From GeekLabs
FAIRFAX, Va., Sept 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- ThinkGeek's GeekLabs (Nasdaq: GKNT) division has just returned from boldly going to the edges of the galaxy to create three new exclusive licensed items for every Star Trek fan.
Star Trek Bat'leth Letter Opener
Opening mail can now be as worthy of honors as facing down your foes with the preferred hand weapon of the Klingons. This unique piece is unmatched in battle against bills and rival clans alike and is available for $24.99.
Star Trek Cookie Cutters
A fully licensed way of bringing delicious treats to a whole new frontier. A set of five cookie cutters costs $19.99 and includes the Federation and Klingon symbols, a Phaser, the U.S.S. Enterprise, and Spock's Live Long and Prosper gesture.
Star Trek Inflatable Captain's Chair – Adult
The requests for an adult sized version of ThinkGeek's popular Captain's Chair for kids were overwhelming and GeekLabs is here to help. For $34.99 customers can enjoy taking command wherever they are.
"Each of these pieces is a fully-licensed collectible," remarks Ty Liotta, Captain of the U.S.S. GeekLabs. "Fans of Star Trek have given us the inspiration to keep creating unique items like this and even more in the future."
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