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Infinite Dungeon Corridor

By: on May 25, 2014
$27.99
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The Infinite Dungeon Corridor. Enter at your own risk...and inevitable peril. Ow! I think I jammed my finger on a mirror!

An infinity mirror gets the dungeon treatment in ThinkGeek's latest intermingling of optical illusion and medieval fantasy trope. The desktop-sized corridor will distract and enamor you for hours with its seemingly unending walls of flickering torches, user-adjustable to 3 levels of brightness. The recursive fun is also backed for wall-mounting, though this method of display makes it more difficult to incorporate the dungeon into action figure game nights.

Infinite Dungeon Corridors operate on 3 x AA batteries.

The Infinite Dungeon Corridor is a top Dude Gift for a Geek or Gift for a Kid pick.

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Nature's D*ck Pics 2018 Wall Calendar

$19.99 from Amazon »

Leave it to nature to penetrate our...hearts. The Nature's Dick Pics 2018 Wall Calendar takes us on a 12-month tour of some of the most striking rock formations Mother Nature ever created. When she was horny....

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Pyro - Open Palm Fireball Shooter

Discontinued

Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. I know because only Santa could make a hidden wristband that allows me to launch fireballs from my open palm, and only Santa could make it available for my mama to purchase for me...

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Bullet 02 - World's Smallest LED Flashlight

$9.99 from Amazon »

Let's not split hairs over whether or not the Bullet 02 is really the World's Smallest LED Flashlight, when we could have a much more insightful discussion about how the barely-an-inch-long illuminator is waterproof...

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True Mirror - How Others See You

$200 from Amazon »

The True Mirror idea is simple (and old; it was first patented in 1887): place two mirrors at right angles and have a look-see. Its effect, though, elicits the complexities of realization spanning everything from Whoa!...

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The Uncomfortable - Inconvenient Everyday Objects

Oh the fun you could have using some of Katerina Kamprani's Uncomfortable designs to mess with the new guy at work. Give him that disc-headed key to the office. Ask him to water the plants. Invite him to the break room...

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Rubika 3D Illusion Rubik's Cube Bookcase

By: Anesis »

George Bosnas' Rubika sends your brain on a different kind of trip. Rather than teaming up with your fingers and using pattern recognition, movement visualization, and memory to solve a puzzle, your brain and eyes share...

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HOLHO - Smartphone Hologram Generator

$38 - $530 from HOLHO »

HOLHO. It's like a portmanteau of Holla! and Jai Ho! And the contraption is an Italian design, so we've got some real cultural diversity going on here in the world of holograms. A pyramid-shaped structure that sits on...

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Leidenfrost Effect Ring

$31.80 from Grand Illusions »

I love the dude who makes Grand Illusions' videos. I think his name is either George or Hendrik. Both because George Auckland and Hendrik Ball are the two Brits who founded and run Grand Illusions out of an 18th century...

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Rebel Microlight Fidget Spinner

$70 - $130 from ZeroHour »

Know, and probably love, Zero Hour's new Rebel Microlight Fidget Spinner in 30 seconds or less with one click. This one. The short demo video gives you the full tour of the visual splendor that comes with merging a pair...

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Slow Dance - A Frame that Slows Down Time

$249 from Kickstarter »

Imagine a club in Vegas. A go-go dancer. Strobe lights. It's a spectacle of stop motion animation, the fluidity of movement altered by the way the flashes of light play with your eyes. Now scale that scene way down and...

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Atomic Beam Flashlight Glove

$15 from Amazon »

One way or another, the Atomic Beam Glove will prove to be the handiest flashlight you own. In addition to hands-free operation and focused light on projects, repairs, and during emergencies, the glove looks pretty slick...

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Tec Torch Thermal Breaching Tool

I know. If you're not military, law enforcement, or a first responder you can't have a TEC Torch handheld breaching saber tool, but, dude, you can still want it. TEC Torch uses thermal magic, specifically a concoction...