Have Yourself a Geeky Christmas! Last Minute Gift Ideas

For one reason or another there are some people that just drag their feet when it comes to buying Christmas gifts and somehow, they manage to pull off getting the right present in the nick of time. Perhaps it is the thrill of the hunt or they like to be in crisis mode and find thrill in the hunt.  I can only fathom the reason for this  behavior.  Maybe it’s the eggnog? Let’s hope that all of you avoid the Jelly-Of-The Month club and find the gift that fits your needs. If you need a little help, Robot x Robot has you covered.

1. Perplexus Maze Game by PlaSmart, Inc.,  (Amazon, Toysrus $19.95 )

51sg2Tsk6nL._AA300_ This item is for the person that loves puzzles. While this is a kid’s toy, adults will be fascinated with it as well. The Perplexus Maze Game includes a super spiral, a tightrope, and a swing arm to form 3 different puzzles and 100 challenging barriers to discover and overcome.

2. Sarah Sigler Photography’s 2013 Pinup Calendar, (Sarah Sigler Photography, $20 (if picked up/delivered), $25 shipped, & Buy more than one shipping is still only $5.00)

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This calendar pays tribute to a variety of pinup styles. It’s perfect for those who like to indulge in “general cultural nostalgia for low-tech forms that evoke carefree, simpler and more innocent times.”

3. Galaxy Leggings, (Think Geek, $29.99)

f281_galxy_leggings Perfect gift for the stylish fashionista or Sci-Fi geek gal in your life. Stretchy and colorful. Hipster friendly.

4. Joel Robinson Art Prints, (Etsy, Ranges in price)

il_570xN.346394352 Joel Robinson’s artwork is renown for it’s hypercolor dreamlike quality. His artwork is typically horor themed, from classics like Vincent Price to Jason Vorhees. Best of all his artwork is affordable. Joel is a frequent convention vendor and he really knows how to advertise his works. He’s also a really nice guy and very friendly. His artwork is definitely a must have for Horror/Pop Culture Geeks.

5. Dapper Fox Tie, (Etsy, $28)

il_570xN.312092205 I love foxes. This is a fantastic gift for an outdoors type who wants to add a bit of dapper and nature to his or her dress wardrobe. It reminds me of Roald Dahl’s Fantastic Mr. Fox.
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