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‘Doctor Meow’ Bow Ties are for the Coolest Cats on the Block

Doctor Meow

The bow tie is part of Doctor Who’s signature outfit. He always dresses so sharply and his dapper look isn’t complete without that distinct bow tie. Now your cat can share that same look, thanks to the advent of Doctor Meow.

These are tiny, elastic bow ties in various colors featuring a variety of patterns that fit most felines. They were created by print designer Crystal Dennis from the Real Art creative studio. Crystal explained that she got the inspiration for the bow ties from the hit show.

Question for artist: Does your product have a fun story behind it? If so, what is it?

Answer: The 11th Doctor Who is a bowtie-wearing Time Lord from Gallifrey. If he’s getting flack on his style choices he’s like, “What? Bowties are cool!” (…or a Stetson, or a fez).

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Prepare to Blast Off! ‘Doctor Who’ Fans Fund Campaign to Send TARDIS to Space

TARDIS Orbit

Doctor Who’s TARDIS is a space and time traveling machine, and now it’s finally headed to outer space. TARDIS is no stranger to actual space travel in the fictional world, but it’s just a decorated blue telephone box with a very notable look here on Earth. Legions of Doctor Who fans want to change that, though, as they have raised enough funds to send a TARDIS-shaped satellite into Earth’s orbit.

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Doctor Who K-9 USB Hub Expands Your USB Plugging Capabilities

K9 USB Hub

So this doppelganger K-9 won’t be able to expand your knowledge like its original version on Doctor Who, but it will expand the USB plugging capabilities of your computer or laptop–just like any good USB hub should do. It’s perfect for Whovians who want to own a miniature replica of the Doctor’s robotic canine companion that isn’t just a replica or toy.

On second thought, it’s actually good for anyone else who’s looking for a quirky computer accessory that is able to do what it promises to.

The Doctor Who K-9 USB Hub is available for pre-order for $39.99.

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You’ll Never Be Thirsty Again: TARDIS Soda Machine

TARDIS Soda Machine

You’ll never be thirsty or run out of drinks ever again, not when you’ve got the TARDIS Soda Machine–and an efficient crew who’s on top of the inventory, that is. Doctor Who didn’t turn TARDIS into a soda dispensing machine to give mankind a never-ending supply of sugary and fizzy drinks. Rather, he merely inspired a bunch of guys from Epic Comics to turn their soda machine into the time and space-traveling box that has gotten the Doctor out of a lot of tough scraps.

You can see some photos of the build after the break.

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New Zealand Mint’s ‘Doctor Who’ and ‘Transformers’ Coins, Minting Soon!

Doctor Who Coin

It’s true that there are many things that money can’t buy, but one thing that it can buy is money. Not necessarily more money, but it would be currency in a more desirable form. That might sound a little bit confusing, so let me clear it up for you by saying three words: Doctor Who and Transformers.

These highly successful and wildly popular franchises are huge money makers, and now they’re going to be turned into actual money by the New Zealand Mint. You might remember the Star Wars and Hobbit coins they released in previous years, which were all kinds of awesome. Now they’re giving Doctor Who and the old school versions of Optimus Prime and Megatron the same treatment as these three entities are going to be minted into commemorative $2 coins that are going to be sold for way more than the face value of the coin: Doctor Who will be priced at $155, while the 2-coin Transformers set will go for $280.

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Official TARDIS Computer Case Can Store a Gazillion Terabytes

TARDIS Tower

Okay, so I lied. These TARDIS computer cases obviously can’t store a gazillion terabytes of data (how big is a gazillion anyway?) But if it really were the Doctor’s, then I bet it could store as much data as he’d want to cram into it.

This TARDIS Computer Case is an officially-licensed product by retailer Scan. You can configure the systems based on your preferences, but the base starts at £936 (around $1,511) for an Intel Pentium 3.1GHz Dual Core processor with 8GB of RAM and a 500GB hard drive.

You could get more bang from your buck somewhere else, but it won’t look as good as this case right here. Check out it’s product page for more information and more options.

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TARDIS Mini Fridge Has Unlimited Space for a Lifetime’s Supply of Fish Fingers and Custard

TARDIS Mini Fridge

Doctor Who is the only doctor who never really ever dies. That’s because whenever he’s on the verge of death (and eventually dies), he regenerates and comes back to Earth with a new face, a new personality, and a whole new set of odd quirks and weird preferences. He’ll still have his trusty sonic screwdriver and TARDIS, of course, but aside from that, everything changes.

Including his favorite food. If you follow the show closely, then you’ll know that the eleventh reincarnation (that’s the present Doctor Who) loves chomping down fish fingers and custard. Knowing him, he’ll probably want to hoard a lifetime’s supply of his favorite grub in his trusty fridge. And since he’s the Doctor, there’s only one refrigerator that can meet his needs: the TARDIS Mini Fridge.

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For Whovians Only: Awesome 10th Doctor Costume Tee

10th Doctor Costume Tee

Some people say they can’t forget their first time–or their First Doctor. But if you ask me, the Tenth Doctor was the greatest Doctor Who incarnation there ever was (no offense to the Eleventh Doctor.) While they are essentially the same being, we get a ‘new’ Doctor with a new appearance and different quirks every time he has to regenerate.

If you’re like me and agree that David Tennant was the ultimate Doctor Who to ever play the titular role in the series, then you might want to add this 10th Doctor Costume Tee to your Whovianistic collection of Doctor Who paraphernalia and collectibles.

It’s available for $19.99 – $21.99 on ThinkGeek.

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