Think Geek Introduces Bat'leth Letter Opener and More
By StarTrek.com Staff - September 14, 2012
We love every Star Trek product that we write about here at StarTrek.com. Truly, we do. But there are, admittedly, some Trek products that we love more than others. Case in point: the new Bat’leth Letter Opener from ThinkGeek, one of three just-released and totally awesome products from ThinkGeek. A Bat’leth letter opener? Really, that’s just pure genius and gets us grunting, “Why didn’t I think of that?” – in Klingon, of course. Measuring 8" long and made of stainles steel, the Bat'let letter opener comes with a resin-cast display stand and sells for $24.99. Please note: the Bat'leth letter opener is NOT a toy.
Up next is a Star Trek Inflatable Captain's Chair... for adults. Yes, the kids' chair went through the roof, so ThinkGeek moved swiftly to introduce an adult version that can handle a mom or dad or friend or cousin weighing up to 250 pounds. It measures 32" high by 33.5" wide by 26" deep. The adult chair sells for $34.99, while the kid's version is still available and sells for $24.99.
Finally, there's the irresistible cookie cutter set. The set includes five pieces: Federation symbol, Klingon Empire symbol, Enterprise, Phaser and Live Long and Prosper (Vulcan salute). Each cutter is ideal for imprinting cookies, Trek-style, of course. The set is available now and sells for $19.99.
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