These silicone ice molds allow you to make 4 Death Star ice cubes at one time! What self-respecting geek would not take up whiskey drinking just to use these?
You may remember this mask from the following video:
You may say "that mask is sooooooo 2016, why would I buy it now?". Keep in mind that geek in your life loves a movie character that has been around for 40 years. That makes it a timeless gift. You can only imagine how much use this could potentially get. Why would you not put it on for everybody who comes to your house?
iFixit.com is the premier website to find out how to fix your personal electronics. Combined with this tool kit, you can at least attempt to fix just about any electronic device. If there is a tool that's not in this kit, then it's not needed.
This foosball table has variable LED lights down both both side of the playing field.
Never lose your keys at home again! Keep track of your keys in retro style with the Keytendo key management system. Just add the plug to your keys and get in the habit of hanging keys.
Repair just about anything with Bondic. It's a liquid plastic that only hardens when UV light is applied to it.
The Star Wars Death Star Waffle Maker is perfect for the Star Wars fan in your life who also likes breakfast. In addition to these unique waffles, it's also good for eggs, brownies, cakes, quesadillas and pressing sandwiches.
Alternative Star Wars Waffle Makers:
Truly a geeky motorcycle helmet. If your motorcycle is not one to turn heads, let this badass helmet do it.
This could be one of the coolest geek gifts in the world. It's a USB keyboard that looks like an old-fashioned typewriter. The geek in your life will be the talk of the cubicles after they plug in this vintage beauty.
Does that geek in your life work in a lifeless cubicle? Not if they receive an EcoSphere Closed Aquatic Ecosystem. Not only will it give them something to watch during the day, but it's also a great conversation starter when people stop by.
For those who still like to write with a pen but embrace technology, there is the Rocketbook. Simply write in it like a regular notebook and when it’s full upload it to the cloud and erase with a microwave.