Any gift-giving holidays are so much fun for the geeks in all of us. I mean, all the amazing books, shows, and movies now have stuff we can buy and hang on walls or place on shelves! Or play with, if you’re not a collector but more of an enjoyer.
Here are some fun ideas for gifts for your geeky friend or family member. Or, honestly, yourself.
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Gifts For the Science Geeks
My husband just bought this awesome levitating Earth for his desk at work. Yes, a perfect conversation piece to put clients at ease. How awesome is it?
Of course, if you get an Earth, you might also need other planets. Mars, perhaps?
Levitating knick knacks of any kind are quite amazing. But nerdy levitating construction games? yes, please.
Gift Ideas for those who Geek Out over Sci-Fi
My husband has this awesome business card container. Tell me it isn’t the coolest thing EVER? Yes, that is Han Solo in carbonite. Yes, it is that awesome.
These adorable tumblers – they’re a great gift because they help your loved one drink more water, and be more environmentally conscious by using a sustainable water bottle. Plus, the designs are cute! Check out this Tervis Tumbler.
And for my fellow Expanse watchers, some cool decals.
This Enterprise pizza cutter is genius. Pure genius. Live long and pizza!
Who else has a hubby who plays Mass Effect? A replica ship is quite fun to collect.
Here’s something for the collectors! Our geeky nerdy family members will love this new item from Just Geek: Official Ghostbusters CosCup Bundle. Just Geek US All 5 GB CosCups – $90 ($21.99 each, save $19.95)
Gift Ideas for our Fantasy Loving Friends
Where my fellow Ravenclaws at?
Here’s a lovely scarf for my Griffyndor friends.
Can’t go wrong with this gorgeous golden snitch necklace gift!
What gifts of geeky awesome are you getting your friends and family this year?