Very strategic this table is. Some guy’s awesome Dad carved a Risk board right into their coffee table. Adopt me please! I won’t just sit in Australia and take over all the other countries one by one, promise. No wait, I will. The cool thing about this table is that you can do things you can’t with a standard Risk game board- like stab a knife into the table in anger, put your drink right on the board, or flip the board onto the floor when you lose. Yes, Risk games get a little heated in my household.
You have to be pretty committed to Star Wars to put such a large piece of decor prominently in your home. But for those who believe in the Force, you can geek up your house with this giant Star Wars Floor Lamp. This six foot tall handmade lamp is made from various Star Wars action figures, ships like the Millennium Falcon, X-Wing Fighter and Tie Fighter, an AT-AT Walker, and glue. So so much glue. A lot of frickin glue. Painted a solid color and with lamp parts, it’s a one-of-a-kind showpiece with a one-of-a-kind pricetag- just $750.
It’s a hat trick! Triple your pleasure, triple your fun with this Tri-Hockey Table. This game takes air hockey to the next level- a three way. Will you shoot the puck to the left or the right? The triangular shape makes for unusual caroms and ricochets as the puck glides along quickly on a blanket of air. Make room in the mancave my friends.
The only problem with this game is that you will need 2 friends to play with- maybe not a problem for you, but for me it is. I guess it doesn’t matter since I usually just end up scoring on myself anyway (I’m still talking about air hockey here- I think). I’m like the Gretsky of air hockey- Paulina that is. Thank you, goodnight.
Lots of people would love a pool table in their home but usually people don’t have to space to dedicate to a full size billiards table. But with the Foldaway Pool Table you can have your pool and store it too. The table flips up 90° to a mere 4″ depth and rolls out of the way on castor wheels. The table is slightly smaller than a standard pool table, measuring 53″ x 26 1/3″. Includes everything you need to start playing pool: wood cues, chalks, triangle, and set of balls.
It’s the coffee table with the computer built right into the top. Giant Coffee Table Touchscreen Computer is a wooden coffee table with an integrated touch screen Windows 8 computer. Great for games, showing off photos, looking up stuff while sitting on the couch and having multiple people see the screen at the same time. The screen is an anti-glare LCD with 1366×768 resolution with a tough tempered glass top that protects against damage and spills.
The tablet-like computer has an Intel Core i5 3.2 GHz processor, 6 GB of memory, 500 GB hard drive, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 4 USB ports, DVI, audio-out, and microphone ports. Includes a 1 GB HD graphics card, wireless keyboard and mouse. Hook up your living for $7000.
Clear some wall space in your mancave because the Star Wars Dart Board is ready to be hung up and played. The front of this dartboard features the “Last Daughter of Alderaan” lithograph from comic book artist Adam Hughes with a colorful image of Slave Leia. Inside the cabinet is a quality Bristol target board and side chalkdboards for scoring:
If you can draw your eye away from Princess Leia for a second, take note of the darts above, you get three Rebel darts and three Imperial darts. When closed the dartboard measures 26″ x 20″ x 3.5″. Bulls eye.
Hey Game of Thrones fans, do you want a life-sized throne from the show for your own home? You can buy the Game of Thrones Life-Sized Throne right here for the low low price of $29,999.99 (yes that one penny makes it seem soooo much cheaper). Plus shipping. I’m not sure what the shipping on a 350 pound, 7’2″ tall, 5’5″ wide, 5’11″ deep throne is, but I’m sure it’s quite a few gold coins.
You’re not going to be ruling 7 kingdoms without this hand-finished, hand-painted fiberglass and fire-proof resin throne sitting in front of your royal flat screen. Looks like it might be a tight squeeze to get it into your mancave.
Here’s your flowchart process: Check your calendar. Is it April 1st? No. Then this is a real product you can buy. Check your living room- do you have a 6 foot square, 7 foot tall space for a throne? Yes. Then check your savings account- do you have $30,000 to blow? If yes, then buy it now. If no, start saving. If that’s too much you can pre-order a 14 inch replica statue for $295 here (even that seems like a lot of gold). It takes about 6-8 weeks to craft this throne, so order now if you want it by Christmas.
Should a foosball table be relegated out of sight to a mancave, basement, garage, or *gasp* not be allowed in one’s home? Heck no! Especially not with a stunning table like the Teckell from Adriano Design. This football table was designed to be shown off. Besides the mid-century modern inspired tapered legs with aluminum (or maybe chrome? it doesn’t say) foot bottoms, you’ll notice that the table itself is totally clear!
Without the gaudy bottom and sides, the clear table blends right in with your modern furniture design. The foosball men (foo-men? foosmen?) are made of a cast aluminum.
Combined with the well-done woodwork, the result is a refined piece of furniture that would look good upstairs in your main living area or in a classy bar or lounge. Beautiful.
This is a pretty epic little product- the Power-Up Arcade Light Switch Plate slips right over your existing light switch and lets you control your lights with an arcade joystick (it’s battery powered so no electrical connection is needed). Instantly geekify any room in your house. And those two red buttons… of course they make arcade sound effects when you press them, what else would you expect? Oh, an installation and demo video? You got it:
Installation is simple- remove the two screws and take off your existing switch plate, pop in the Power-Up Arcade Light Switch and replace the two screws. That’s it! Great for game rooms, mancaves, kids rooms, kitchens, any place. The big joystick makes it easier for small hands (like kids, or elves) to flip the light switch. Really cool.
Apple IIGS? Of course. Commodore 64C? You betcha. NeXTstation Turbo Color? Booyah! These three classics are just part of Blake Patterson's tricked-out technology den that's known as the Byte Cellar -- and yes, we're seething with jealousy. Take notes, folks, because this is how it's done. In all, the Byte Cellar currently plays home to 69 computers, video game consoles, PDA's and other noteworthy gadgets. Need to switch between the Atari and the Amiga? Not a problem, as each system is thoughtfully laid out on a workbench that allows one to easily scoot between rigs. Even the walls bleed vintage cred with a Space Invaders motif, rare posters and hardware components from bygone eras.
Be sure to take it all in with a panorama photo that's been linked up below, along with a complete list of the equipment currently in Blake's collection. Regardless of whether you agree with his taste in hardware, one thing is for certain: the man must go through a lot of compressed air.Permalink | | Email this | Comments