Astronautical kids will love this pack of (12) little space-suited astronaut figures, a couple of them holding flags, and all at 2-5/8” tall. Yes, that would be the total number of ’nauts who walked on the moon, although (4) of these figures have removed their helmets, which would have been a big mistake in a real-life moon visit.
This new, steel Star Trek™ TOS lunchbox features color pix of the Enterprise crew in its youth, including a svelte Cpt. Kirk, Spock, Uhura and others. In traditional lunchbox size, 8-5/8” x 6-3/4” x 3-7/8” with a plastic handle. No thermos, so just get a juice box and you’ll feel like you’re nine again. And yes, of course, a hipster could carry it as a purse. Good for art supplies, too.
Direct from the American Academy of Cheesy Fake Acting Awards, we present our genuine faux Oscar-esque hollow plastic statuette with authentic ersatz gold plating, for the best supporting player in your life. Stands 9-1/4" tall on a 3" dia base. Why? Because we like you, we really like you.
Our seriously oversized #2 pencil is perfect for someone taking really important notes, or anyone who's tired of misplacing pencils. Also good for that big test. Measures 14" long x a 1-1/8" octagon, with a working eraser. Really thick graphite runs about 2" into the pencil, which will be plenty since we couldn't find a pencil sharpener to fit it anyway.
Lots of (changeable) fun with multicolor Fun Straws, a 104-piece set of modular drinking-straw parts. You get (50) pieces 8" long and (42) just under 4" long, all with those bendy sections, (4) straight connectors, (3) each of T-shaped and U-shaped connectors, and (2) L-connectors. Straws are standard 3/16" dia. Put 'em all together and you've got a milk-drinking system as complicated as Willy's chocolate factory.
From the world of Collect 'Em All, these uber-cute little foam animal figures are 1" to 1-1/2" across with a little 3" hook-n-loop band on the back so they can be attached to fingers, flip-flops, shoelaces, backpacks, wherever kiddies think they belong. You'll get (4) different ones from the selection of frogs, pandas, monkeys, elephants, kittens, bats, fishes, penguins and toucans.
It's easy. All you do is close your eyes and order one of our Easy Magic Sets conveniently marked #1, #2 or #3. Set #1 has the cups and balls trick, plus three coin tricks and a set of computer-age cards to tell someone's age; set #2 has a disappearing ball, escaping coin, ring and rope trick, and fortune cards. For ages 6+.
Or there will be when you keep your money in this white nylonish canvas, jockey-style billfold. Everyone will crack a smile when you whip out your foldable skivvies, and you'll give new meaning to "stashing a little cash in your drawers." Save your dollars and you'll see London, you'll see France. Opens to 8" x 3-1/4" with a section for bills plus (1) window opposite (3) card slots.
This clear, 6-3/4" X 1-1/8" acrylic tube has aluminum tape at the ends and an oscillator with red, green and blue LEDs inside. You hold the ends and they become a switch with you closing the circuit and starting a little light show. Nice demonstration of conductivity. Powered by non-replaceable coin cell batteries in parallel, but they should last until long after you've lost the device.
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