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MEGATech Showcase: Even More Geek Christmas

There’s only about a week left to get yourself into the Christmas spirit, so I thought I’d give you another assortment of geektastic holiday cheer to get you on your way. If you order soon, you might not even have to pay extra shipping to receive your items in time for the holiday.

Who wouldn’t want a Cthulhu Santa? I don’t care who you are, this thing is fantastic. He stands 16 inches tall, and while he won’t be available for this Christmas (they’re offering pre-orders for January 2015 delivery), you still should jump on ordering one. I assume they’ll go fast. Who would’ve guessed Cthulhu could ever be cute? I think it’s the bow that does it, or maybe the jingle bells on his tentacles. Pre-order yours for $39.99 US.

Source: Geek Alerts

MEGATech Showcase: Even More Geek Christmas

Since you’re going to have a phone charging cord lying across your desk anyway, you might as well make it a festive one. This iPhone Merry Charger is compatible with the 5/5S/5C/6/6 Plus, and has ten multi-coloured LED lights along its 46″ length. It makes me sad they don’t have one for Android, but maybe next year. $14.99 US will add one to your holiday decorations.

Source: Coolest Gadgets

MEGATech Showcase: Even More Geek Christmas

Words just aren’t enough to express how much I love this. LEGO, Star Wars, and holiday cheer all in one fabulous creation! If you happen to be in or near Vancouver, stop by The VanDusen Botanical Gardens to check out their Hoth for the Holidays display (now through January 4). There you’ll get to see not only the Rudolph the Red-Nosed AT-AT, but a whole host of other amazing LEGO creations put together by the Vancouver Lego Club.

Source: Technabob

MEGATech Showcase: Even More Geek Christmas

I have a strange fascination with Yoda Claus. But I must not be alone, since this stocking is available. Made to look like a traditional crocheted stocking, it measures 17.5 inches long, allowing Santa to fill it with most of your favourite treats. You’d better make sure you’re not on the naughty list… how sad would it be if your Yoda Claus stocking hung empty on Christmas morning? Get one you can, $19.99 US it costs.

Source: Geek Alerts

MEGATech Showcase: Even More Geek Christmas

For many of you, Batman is a favourite. This Batman stocking should definitely grace your mantel this year, then! It measures 19 inches long… which I think should be able to fit a utility belt if you’ve been good enough to get one. The applique also features a glimpse of Gotham complete with the bat signal calling him to action. This stocking will cost you $19.99 US.

Source: Geek Alerts

MEGATech Showcase: Even More Geek Christmas

If you’re really, really lucky, this stocking really is bigger on the inside. Of course, you also run the risk of your goodies being sent off to an unknown, unpredictable time and place, but that’s the risk you run when you hang with the Doctor. Its outside measurement is 19 inches, and you can pre-order now for $16.99 US for delivery in January.

Source: Geek Alerts

MEGATech Showcase: Even More Geek Christmas

While I find this one slightly disturbing, I have to admit I know more than one person who would absolutely love it. The tactical stocking features integrated MOLLE straps, carabiners, and quick-release clips, and also has a top handle for easy carrying. Its overall length is 17 1/2″, and it’s made of heavy duty nylon. Pick one up for the military personnel (or gun enthusiast) in your life for $20.00 US.

Source: Geekologie

MEGATech Showcase: Even More Geek Christmas

I’ll close this one out with a tree that is expensive, yet totally worth it. This animated Christmas tree features all the well-loved Peanuts characters you’ve known for years from the comics, but specifically from A Charlie Brown Christmas. It plays songs from the special, and the characters dance along. It measures 14 3/4″ H x 10″ Diam., and is powered by either the included AC adapter or three AA batteries (not included). Take one home today for $199.95 US.


Source: Coolest Gadgets

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